Value is just not there. The actual apartment is pretty good, but there's so much more to the experience that I found unsettling. The most important of which is I regularly (meaning at least once a week) could not sleep because my neighbor was playing music / watching TV in the early AM (between 1AM and 5AM). I don't actually believe they were unusually noisy neighbors, but they were on a different schedule and the walls were so thin! If you do consider living here, make sure you don't have another person's living room next to your bedroom. Also, I recommend against any bedroom on the courtyard because courtyard residents would regularly be on their balconies entertaining well into the AM on Friday and Saturday night. Management never offered an effective solution and eventually more or less blew me off. Also - the garage trash was not taken out enough, which made my parking spot reek, the internet went out far too often, the key fobs stopped working a couple of times (had to wait for someone else to come home before I could get in), and there were many other minor things that just added up. One last thing: Eric (the property manager) promised me when I moved in that a gym would be in two months after I got there. When it wasn't there at that time, he mentioned there was a snag and that it would be in by the end of the summer. Every time I checked in after that, he strongly intimated that a gym would be in within the next couple of months. There still is no gym as of my departure. I don't know how truthful he was being with all the "snags", but please don't fall for the same thing if a gym is important to you. All in all - it is just not worth the money. Downtown living is awesome, but I wouldn't for a second consider a return to the Maxwell with the same manager and rent.