I've lived here for 7 months. Since I've lived here there has been a drunken idiot or couple fighting outside almost every week. Usually the police are called. One time they were wielding rifles so it had to be serious. There is no A/C or ceiling fans so the windows get opened but our downstairs neighbor is always outside smoking, tobacco or weed, and it rolls right into our apartment. All of the outlets are old and whatever you plug in falls out. But of all things, in my 7 months here, my biggest problem is the rent has went up twice. First, my water went from a flat fee to a larger fluctuating fee, around +$30 increase average. Then, because I wasn't too sure about this place when i moved in, I got a small lease term of 8 months. Now that I have to renew it, my rent will increase $35. They bait and switch wherever they can and I highly recommend you NOT move in here. I have a year left in the Army and I'm gone. If I planned to stay in Washington, I would move out now.
Yes there's a lot of idiots at times that get drunk and fight but the staff here is without a doubt the best I've dealt with ! And they will help you out wherever they can.
It's an ok place to live in. For the 6 months i have stayed there, I had two incidences where i heard yelling comotions from apartment neighbors in my building and one of them was so bad, police officers had arrived to check it out. Office ladies are nice and accomodating. Be wary of moving out fees and consider this before moving in. Management had charged me $115 for apartment cleaning and $65 for carpet cleaning which comes standard. Don't forget to take out everything you brought in the apartment and I mean everything. They had charged me $25 for leaving a bucket of ice cream on the fridge and grocery bags on one of the closet doors. Replace the drip bowls at your stove top they charged me $12 for something i could get a replacement for at the dollar store. I had received my security deposit back in a week's time.