When I moved into this apartment in June 2014 it was not clean. There was dead roaches that became a fixture in the ceiling. When I moved everything in I had guest that started to visit me in the form of roaches they were every where and when I asked maintenance to come spray I was told that I needed to put in a request on Friday and they will be out Tuesday to spray. That is ridiculous. DO NOT MOVE HERE! What is advertised is not what you are getting on several occasion I was afraid to go outside my apartment because of the shooting and the police was always there. I even seen the police and EMT coming to get a dead body on the property. Not only that the management team is very lazy I called the office on several occasion to get things fixed and it went to a voice mail that was never answered. Worst APARTMENT EVERY and the MANAGEMENT IS NOT ANY BETTER! FIND SOMEWHERE ELSE TO LIVE ANYWHERE IS BETTER THAN THIS PLACE.
My girlfriend hasn't even moved in yet, and there are problems. Place was filthy, and stephanie had the nerve to say its move in ready. I could smell the previous tenants cigarette smoke still. So the day before she is to move in, they decide to clean the carpets. Give her a move in time of 1pm the fillowing day, Stephanie decides she wants to paint the place. But doesnt notify us until 12noon...bow we are out $150 because the movers had other jobs but we didnt have enough time to cancel. Here we are, its 3:42 on the day of mive in, amd still waiting....I hate to see what the next year brings. I hope it goes by fast. THIS PLACE SUCKS!!!
This is a skanky toilet. The entire complex is infested with gang-bangers and drug-dealing homies. People come and go at all hours of the night, their car stereos blaring at 110 decibels. For example, I was woken up seven times on Sunday night, the last time at 4 in the morning. There are several constantly barking dogs. The ghetto/barrio trash is too lazy to take their kids somewhere to play, and too ignorant/lazy to teach them how to behave, so they run around shrieking--from 6 in the morning to 10 at night, every day! In my apartment, much is not working, despite my repeated attempts to do so. My toilet was inoperable from the day I moved in until six weeks later, when I finally got the maintenance man to look at it--he installed a replacement valve in five minutes. The office NEVER answers the phone--all calls go to a message service and are NEVER returned. What's worse, when I moved in, the maintenance guy changed the filter in my A/C while I was down in the office signing the lease, and I returned to find that he had stolen all my pain medication. The office skank just stared at me and said, "You can't prove that he stole it." Well, he was the only one in my apartment during the hour or so in question... The rent is relatively cheap and they pay for A/C--but they shut off the (centralized) A/C on Nov. 1, even though it's still in the high 80s for several weeks afterward (yesterday, Oct. 30: 87 degrees). The hot water is also centralized and is never more than lukewarm. There is a swimming pool--and the gate to it has been chained up 24/7 since I moved in in September. It has been in the 90s almost every day since then. I would not recommend this place to ANYONE. It is horribly noisy as well as dangerous--the police are here almost every night--and the apartments are poorly maintained. Management is inefficient, lazy, and incompetent. And the maintenance guy is a thief! Obviously, I'm leaving as soon as I possibly can.
Really bad maintenance service!
Don't Even Think About It.... Bait and switch... Apartment was shabby, smelly, and in a state of disrepair.. Money best spent elsewhere. I was scheduled to move in after 3 pm. We arrived at 3:40 and there was nobody there, but there was a sign that said they would be back at 4 pm. By 4:30 when there still nobody there, we had called several times and received no answer. We then saw somebody inside the office and started knocking on the door and nobody answered. At least 6 other people were outside waiting to be let in, and they said that it was very common for there to be nobody in the office. At 5:00, one tenant walked around the back of the building and saw that there were people inside at which point we started pounding on door until finally (after sitting outside in the August heat for 1.5 hours) someone came to the door and yelled at us for "inappropriate" knocking. She went on to explain that there was a "emergency" with the front gate and that was the reason that they were not answering the door or the phone. However, in the hour and a half that we were standing outside, we had a clear view of dozens of tenants entering and exiting through the main gate with no issues. After talking the rest of my party out of leaving then and canceling the lease, we went to view the apartment which I was scheduled to move into. The room was a dump in comparison to the unit I was shown when I signed the lease. The first thing i noticed when i went into the apartment was the smell of cigarette smoke, but i was assured when i signed the lease that i would be placed in a non-smoking unit. There was trash on the floors. There was a white powdery substance inside the kitchen cabinets which were starting to pull away from the ceiling. The kitchen counter tops appeared to have been spray-painted white. The freezer made a loud rattling sound. The edge of the counter tops were cracked and broken. The floors (which were a wood laminate in the model apartment) were a faux-wooden contact paper on a concrete slab and was pealing up in the corners. The closet doors were dented and were off of their hinges. The bathroom door frame was cracked at the bottom so that the bottom hinge was not attached to the wall. The ceiling fan wobbled so much that we had to immediately shut it off. The mirror was covered in scratches. The corners of the cabinet doors had been chipped off. In short the place was in a total state of disrepair. It was not a place that I wanted to spend one night, let alone an entire year.