I've been living here for about five months and I really enjoy it. The resident events are great. So many residents have dogs that I decided to get one as well. I really like the location of the complex. Its walkable to almost every fun bar in midtown and only a short drive or bike ride to Memorial Park, Herman Park, and Buffalo Bayou Park. The gym is fully equipped and the work out classes for residents are great.
Very nice apartment complex. There can be quite a few vagrants roaming around the gates, mostly by the townhouses. The townhouses are pretty nice and include you're own private garage, which makes it safer when arriving at your home late at night.
I've been at Camden for 4 months now. Great location for dining/bars. There are 5-10 restaurants and 5-10 bars within a few blocks. Tomehomes are right next to Randall's, which is really convenient. Gate clickers are spotty ever since they changed the system last month, but there are supposed to be fixing it. Staff is nice and responds quickly to maintenance requests. The gym is pretty decent, and there's a 24-hour fitness just a block away if you need something more.
Great location that is walk-able and centrally located. Responsive, friendly management and maintenance staff makes living with the high rent easier. The furnishings are somewhat upscale, but certainly not the best. At night, homeless people tend to surround the perimeter and pass out till late morning. I wish there was a pesticide for that, or at least a security patrol that rolled them into the street. Seriously though, Camden should remove the benches that line the property. They are just homeless people magnets and are always too gross to even consider sitting on. Anyway, it can be noisy depending where you live in the complex (Louisiana side) Double pane windows would be the perfect upgrade for both sound and air insulation. All things considered, I am very happy living here, [but will have to leave if Phonoscope stays...] We pay too much to be unfairly locked into a BS TV/Internet provider. EDIT II: Taking two stars away: My Phonoscope review below: With internet speeds reminiscent of the late 90's, and about as reliable as the cell phone coverage from the same era, I cannot possibly despise this service any more. I would never have paid for this service from the moment I saw their advertised speeds, but my apartment complex is locked into some unholy agreement with them. I have no choice. So, I continue to make service calls monthly, I power-cycle the modem weekly, and now, as instructed, I remove and replace the coax from the modem as part of my regular duties in effort to maintain at least some semblance of a functioning network. When asked why I have to perform such actions, the "tech" replies, "it just gets messed up sometimes". My previous stints with Comcast and Verizon FIOS never required these practices. Phonoscope makes these deals with residential complexes because that's the only way they can exist. There is no way the market would support such an inferior service at equivalent price points.
Great location and staff. They also have monthly mixers for residents d