Probably, the worst place to live in Corryville. The staff and the manager are terrible. Most of the time, they loose the mail and package, they are supposed to collect for you.Don't dare to ask questions about your lease or services they are supposed to offer you, they don't know anything about it. So, now about the building, the wall are thinner than a sheet of paper, there is terrible echo on both of the inner court. You could easily ear people whispering two stories under you. The hallway is dirty and full of disrespectful kids that are up all night without any enforcement. The worst is the trash management. The trash chute room is always dirty and you could find maggots in there every other month.
Absolutely terrible customer service, especially the property manager (as another reviewer mentioned). The apartments and facilities used to make living there worthwhile, but this isn't the case anymore due to poor upkeep and a lack of maintenance. This may seem like a nice place to live at first, but I would not recommend it at all. Not sorry to be leaving!
I have been living here for about 6 months now, and I am a bit displeased with: the staff, MOSTLY the property manager, and of course the maintenance. When visiting the office, sometimes they come across as lazy, unprofessional, clueless about a lot of things, and they take no responsibility for anything. It makes you not want to pay the 1,000+ rent a month, on top of utilities... This place will not get my business once my lease is up unless they change things. The maintenance guys aren't horrible, but they aren't professional, at least to maintenance standards, and their work is at times shotty. The walls are very thin also. Oh YEAH, the parking is horrible. This place is at full occupancy, yet each apartment gets one garage pass per bedroom. So, if you and your significant other are living in one of their overpriced one bedrooms, they want you to pay 75 bucks for another spot. This place just isn't worth it, for the 1400 (including utilities) that I pay a month, I feel unappreciated as a resident. It all starts from up top.