When I first moved in almost 3 years ago I felt safe and comfortable, even while living alone when my husband deployed, lately, I don't feel comfortable at all. While I understand that you can find this type of activity anywhere, I'm a little put off due to this activity all happening so recently. One Sunday evening in August, my dog was going crazy a little after midnight. I woke up to see what he was barking at when I heard a girl crying/screaming and a commotion outside. I peeked through my living room window to find a man choking and beating his pregnant wife. I immediately called 911 and went out to comfort the girl after she'd been locked out without shoes or a phone and we waited over an hour for the CPD to come. Afterwards, I was advised that this guy's family has a history of being violent, and I wasn't concerned until his mother found me on facebook. It was incredibly bizarre, and made me feel uncomfortable living there alone. He did end up moving a couple months later, but nonetheless, it was a long 2 months. A couple weeks after that neighbor moved out, I recieved new upstairs neighbors. Not only are they loud and have breed restricted pet with them in their apartment, but they also refuse to pick up after their dogs. They also will take up multiple parking spots with each vehicle, leaving little space for the other residents. Around this time I got a new neighbor facing my back patio. Really, my only issue with her is that she comes out every evening and yells as loudly as possible to call her kids in for dinner. Her kids, along with other kids from the neighborhood run around the complex making a ton of noise every evening, and with the thin walls in my apartment and the sounds of 270, I can never have a relaxing evening. My first 2 years living in this complex, I had great neighbors! I'm not sure what happened although I'm sure it has to do with how affordable the south-west side of town is and low income apartments being right next door. A few more minor complaints would be that the pool is disgusting. You can't take a swim without getting other people's hair caught between your fingers (even at the beginning of the season), and families will hang out there all day, so keep that in mind if you're looking for some relaxing pool time. Also, if your upstairs neighbors are smoking pot in their bathroom and it funnels down into your apartment, the office cannot do a single thing other than send out a warning letter. They'll advise you to talk to the officer in the complex, but he too will not do a single thing. Same goes for smoking. They have signs posted in the complex mentioning that it is a smoke free complex, but they do nothing to enforce it. I will add that the office ladies are very nice, but that is about the extent of my positive experience before leaving. Best of luck!
I really enjoyed living at this complex the past few years. I lived in a town home and it had great space. I love that pets are allowed, you can't hear too much from the highway, and I liked the backyard area. I always had great customer service with the staff (although I heard my neighbors didn't). They came and fixed everything within 24/48 hours if I needed it. I didn't experience any crime although I lived further from the section 8 housing nearby if that makes a difference. I would recommend living here for sure. The only reason we're moving is to be closer to work.