Helpful and responsive staff. Clean, fairly modern and spacious apartments. I lived there for about 4 years in two apartments and was pleased with both. Right by a large park and not on a busy thoroughfare. Would definitely recommend.
The management is great. They go by the paperwork very strictly which we love because we know exactly what is going down. We moved into one of the newly renovated units and while everything was brand new (carpet, flooring, appliances, fixtures) they obviously did it on the cheap. The oven door handle fell off after 5 months (no we don't have kids). However, if we put in an order they will get to it (in order of immediate need). The only thing I don't like is that the hallways smell like rot and are extremely ghetto--need carpeting, paint, bug removal, etc. Our biggest complaint about the place is the neighbors being unreasonably loud with a dog that barks CONSTANTLY but the management is already addressing the issue. Price is INSANELY good.
Best apartments I have lived in. The staff are super helpful and if I have any kinds of problems I can expect someone to come out and fix it either that day or within the next two days. The rent is super cheap. For my 2br 2ba and 1100sq ft Im only paying 705. I would definitely recommend these apartments to anyone. I am only moving because I will be attending grad school in Houston.
these are great apartment. but renewal policy for cuatomer sucks. may be it is just for town home. but these apartments are well maintained and spacious
I've been living at Park-25 for 3 years now, and I'm only moving away because I have a job in another city. The apartments are spacious, but be prepared to spend a little more on heating/cooling because of that (I'd recommend getting a ground floor apartment because of this- it seems to help). The appliances are old, but work just fine, and staff will usually come within a couple days for non-emergency maintenance. Except for bugs swarming around outdoor lighting, I had no problem with bugs or other pests. The staff has always been nice and accommodating to me, and I don't have any complaints. Water pressure and temp is fine, though my roommates complained of fluctuating temps in the shower. Water is paid by the complex, though, so you can take your time. Parking is provided, with some very generous spaces. In the event of snow, be prepared to shovel your own car out of your space. Grounds are well kept (if you care about that), and the buildings are somewhat old but still fairly well maintained. Most of my neighbors are foreign grad students, and I've never had an issue with noise. A security force patrols the streets at night, and the streets feel fairly safe. There are two bus stops, but the only route that uses them is the 38 (to KU campus), though the T-bus (for handicapped people) also makes stops. A strange quirk of this place is that no two apartments seem to be exactly alike (in my limited experience) so make sure you thoroughly inspect your apartment before you sign a lease, and ask to see several apartments. Overall, its a good place to live- its nothing fancy, but I've enjoyed my time here.