The customer service is great, the maintenance is fast and takes online service requests, the shuttle is extremely nice and convenient, the bus stop is right next to the parking lot if it fits your schedule more, the 4 bedroom has a great amount of space for the communal area and decently sized rooms, the kitchen is giant compared to other apartments, and the events the office holds are always wonderful. It's also awesome that they accept pets of all sizes, which is kind of hard to find in Davis. The parking is a tad expensive but it's worth it.
Wish I can give zero stars! Someone parked in my assigned parking so I thought I be nice and park in the employee parking spot since there were plenty. The management had my car towed with no warning, ironically there are still plenty of empty spots but they still towed my car. They run this place like a refugee camp #power trip #new manager are terrible # you've been warned
The employees at Greystone are very helpful and provide great costumer service. My husband and I were getting set up with the roommate program and it is VERY hard to find a place that is affordable and allows couples to rent when it comes to roommates. Greystone has beautiful scenery, the best I've ever seen before and all sorts of hook-ups for students who are going to USD, it has an office open for students any time of the day including a gym and pool area. The apartment complex provides transportation between USD and safeway every 30 minutes so students have transportation to and from school. If I were a student I would most definately choose Greystone.
Worst experience out of my 5 years in Davis. Does a good job luring you in with their deals, but slowly rip you off for the money you thought you saved AND more. Furthermore, they also fine you unexpectedly, there is no warning, no prior complaining, just a note clipped to your door with an amt. Nice big apartments (for show) everything breaks within the first week, we are all tiny girls, but things like towel rails just falls off, closet doors break -_-. Fire alarms started beeping the first week of move in as a sign of low battery. Lights were burning out, sinks were clogging. Our pg&e for 4 people is an average of 300-400 dollars, due to their poor electric efficient electronics, whether it's the laundry or AC, which we barely use. Maintenance comes in 2 to 3 days after you call in for service, but they only temporarily 'fix' everything. I think we've called maintenance in for the same thing 4 times in one month, eventually gave up, and just lived in poor condition using desk lamps and candles as bathroom and hall lights, going to laundry mats to do laundry rather than our own machines, and waiting 20 minutes between each person to use their clogging sinks