If you're looking for just pros and cons list, that will be upfront.You can also read the rest of the review for more detailed items. Pros: location, amenities, loft ceilings, updated appliances, good staff, security, Cons: patio doors were thin (noisy and cold), some terrible residents (pet control, trash control), construction zone from adjacent apartment building, shared utility cost from building, disgusting "pet zone" Moved here in September from the DC area towards the tail end of baseball season. Wasn't really sure what to expect, but we knew we wanted some downtown living for at least once in our life. We were on a corner 1st floor loft so there was tons of street noise during the weekends from the bar crowds. Being next to Market and 21st literally, meant that we would have to deal with the public a lot. The perk of this was ease of access and a patio to walk out on. Neighbors seemed pretty good and there were no issues with any residents. The occasional rowdy group at 2am as the bars closed down sometimes would make for interesting nights of sleep. If you have an issue with this, then you probably should have not chosen to live downtown. That also meant some of those idiot residents or their friends would leave bottles/cans/trash in the foyer of the building. The staff has always been great to us. Maintenance is tricky as there are seemingly always other priorities when you need things done, but they have always been great and responded rather quickly for the most part. Never really had any issues with leasing office or maintenance, but the valet trash service which is a contracted service, sometimes slacks in their jobs. Didn't get to enjoy the pool, but the gym was almost always freely available even during "peak times". The cafe/computer area is nice, and free coffee machine is a big perk for days I run out at home. The sports lounge which had 5 TVs and couches was always great, but I believe they are about to modify that and add a yoga room. Lots of changes are happening to the building which means a bit of construction, but also positive communal living spaces. The biggest negative was shared costs that the building incurs and residents have to pay for. That is the strangest thing I have ever seen as the rent should cover that in every other place I have lived. Also, the pet zone out back is really disgusting. There is no grass around so dog feces is pretty prevalent in the lot diagonal from the building as well as along the fence line of the excel warehouse across the street. Despite the shared costs and regular loudness, this was an amazing location. I didn't have a car so daily activities in the city revolved around biking, bus, and the free shuttles downtown. Great food and activities all around the area, and I believe they are opening up a grocery store nearby which would have topped it all off. High ceilings, updated appliances, and open floor plan were all part of an enjoyable stay here.
TwentyOne01 is a beautiful property! It's a very upscale feel with the hardwood floors, granite kitchen/bathroom counters and warehouse ceilings. The people on the management and maintenance staff are extremely helpful and great to get to know. Great gym, quiet, and friendly. Would highly recommend this property!
TwentyOne01 is a friendly, active, safe, beautiful apartment complex that I would highly recommend to anyone looking to move to the LoDo area. The community is very secure and feels safe; especially with the locked main entrance at night. The people living in the large complex were all very friendly and many would go out of their way to help others bring their groceries upstairs! The underground parking is wonderful and parking is not expensive. The gym is amazing! There are many different cardio machines to choose from and a full weight lifting center. It truly inspires you to want to work out! I love that they offer a cafe, free WiFi and computers (with free printing!) and free coffee/lattes/etc. The leasing team are a group of wonderful people that are always available to help when needed, and it is always nice to stop by and say hello to the leasing staff as their positive energy truly rubs off!... They are all so welcoming and kind which encourages the comfortable, homey atmosphere that you feel when you are here. The balcony views are stunning and the loft ceilings are great! Maintenance is always available and prompt. It is also wonderful to be in walking distance to many restaurants, bars, sport stadiums, and highways. It is a very active community and wonderful place to live. :-)
I only rated this apartment complex 1 star because they wouldn't allow me to select zero stars. I don't even know where to begin...I have lived here for almost 6 months and have hated this place for the majority of it. The staff his miserable and have no customer service skills. It is like pulling teeth for them to fulfill even the simplest request. This place is dirty - everywhere. The pool, hallways, common areas, the entrance all look and/or smell like they are covered in urine. People leave their trash in the hallways for 3-4 days at a time and let their dogs pee and poop in the hallways and right out front on the sidewalk, without cleaning it up. $180 for a parking spot? Are you kidding me?! The pool area is great...from 11am until about 1pm - the only time it sees the sun. I work from home and there is NO (and I mean no) cell phone service in this building. I had to get a land-line. I haven't had a land-line phone since 2004...2101 Market is way too expensive when all they have to offer is the location. I am not one to write reviews, but PLEASE do yourself a favor and do not even consider this place as an options. You're welcome.
Currently renting their most expensive and largest unit. This is the worst apartment company and building we have EVER lived in and we have only been here for less than 6 months and we have hired an attorney to desperately get us out of our lease... As other reviewers have stated this is the dirtiest building we have ever lived in but yet we are paying a premium price $2,500+ per month. The hallways smell of puke, beer and trash. It is an expensive frat house especially on the weekends. When you are paying close to 3k a month you expect to live in a nice luxurious place, right? Or you would assume considering what we are paying. Instead we experience our hallways and common spaces filled with beer cans, left over food and puke erode the building both inside and out. The area around the building is trashed and homeless/drunk people loom around the building. Dog feces everywhere!! Why? Because they do not provide an adequate and clean place to take your dog. We are so disgusted and mortified of this place to the extent we have consulted an attorney to plea our case to get us out of the lease. Construction: As of this writing they are building anew tower which means 4 am truck arrivals, 5am back up beeps and 7 am hammering. ALL DAY, EVERYDAY from Monday - Saturday. I work from home and cannot even keep the windows or doors open because the construction is soo loud!!! Horrible garage: My car got all scratched and beat up here. Speeding cars, broken overhead door, Trash cans over flowing. Light Bulbs: They go out CONSTANTLY thanks to some crazy light fixtures they have and they CHARGE YOU to replace them and they are WAY high up in the old loft portion of the building so you can't change them yourself. Random rent increases: They lure you in then smack you with a huge increase, every month varies. Ask your neighbor with an identical unit and you'll find one person gets a $100 raise, another gets a $350 raise in the same month. Before you even think about this place, I know they offer more space for price but there is a reason they have several bad reviews. As amazing as the apartment may be, the moment you leave you will absolutely hate it. The management is horrible.