I lived at Cambridge Woods Apartments from August 2010 to July 2011. I will not be renewing my lease. I found a 1 bedroom apartment similarly priced in Maumee, about 3-4 miles away from Cambridge Woods. These apartments are newer, and in a much better area. I have 3 peers that also live here and only 1 will be renewing his lease for next year. The apartments are older, and have vinyl flooring in the kitchen and bathroom and cabinets from the era they were built. They aren't falling apart though. The tenants aren't too noisy for the most part, though I had a loud downstairs neighbor. The apartments aren't great at blocking sound, but for the most part, it is a quiet complex. While you have central air conditioning, be warned that is only on during June 1st to September 1st. This is strictly enforced. The last few days of May, we had 90 degree days, but the air conditioning wasn't turned on until June 2nd. I didn't find out about this until I had all my stuff in a uHaul and was inside the office signing my lease. When I moved in, there appeared to be one person working in the office and two maintenance people. No one followed up on my complaint of a leaking dishwasher, until I started calling daily. That got someone to come look at it. Then they had to order a dishwasher, which I had to follow up on. No one ever called me back to inform the dishwasher was in or when they would install it. I think there are more people in the office now, so it may not be an issue. The area is not safe, but that is not the fault of the apartment complex. They have a security patrol drive through at night on a regular basis. However, just down the street at Briar Cliff, a sister complex managed through the office at Cambridge Woods, on May 13, 2011, a medical student was robbed at gunpoint in his apartment and then forced to drive around to ATM's and withdraw cash for the thief/kidnapper. I have called the police regarding domestic violence in the apartment below me. Following that idea, I have seen cars parked for 6 months, with flat tires and busted windows that have not been towed. I regularly see a homeless individual come through, and root through the trash for aluminum cans. Not exactly an appealing view outside your bedroom window, or appealing when you have friends over. Please recognize that this is not a good area and choose your housing accordingly.