Apr 06, 2016
Look, I don't have any motives here: I'm just a regular dude who moved to the city to live with his girl and I wanted a great pad to go with the big city lights. This place fit the description, was easy to move in, has great accommodations, and while resident services is occasionally a pain for the most part I've loved living here. I'm really surprised to see the bad reviews on here.... glad I've found them to be wrong. Just a few other cool things we do at home here: virtual golf and bowling, a cool walking/running track, full gym, lots of pools, a great view of downtown, and movie nights and events to keep us busy. Honestly, I've never had all this so I was thrilled. Where did everyone live before Orsini that set the bar so high as to call this place an "overpriced hellhole?" I shall never know... my girl and I are living the dream at our two bed here. Just wanted to give a counter view. Give it a shot, I've enjoyed it.
Feb 02, 2016
Great for people who like living in a overpriced hellhole, breathing tar all day next to one of the busiest freeways in LA, hearing the glorious sounds of traffic all day and getting your car stole by criminals who live in the many ghettos 5 minutes away, also giving money to one of the worst developers in LA, Geoff Palmer, truly a contemptible disgusting human being. The city will be so much better when he kicks the bucket soon, he's so bad that people burn down his projects as a form of protest
Jul 29, 2015
If i could give zero stars I would. THE WORST apartment I've ever lived in, hands down. Do yourself a favor and don't move here. The amenities are lavish, for sure, but they're always being 'repaired' and are closed. The management is the f***ing worst and they ripped us off our security deposit, even though we left it in pristine condition. The neighborhood sucks--I was flashed multiple times at early hours of the morning and had to call the police. Since I've moved, I've realized that living on top of two highways is likely why I was sick all the gd time last year. PLUS--the sink overflowed from the pipes below because neighbors don't know how to use a garbage disposal, the fire alarm went off at least once a week (no joke, we didn't even evacuate after the first dozen times) and the generator failed for over 24 hours after a hailstorm. THEN, The Orsini sent out an email titled "URGENT: illegal pets" so everytime I walked around with my service dog, I was harangued by employees and felt so uncomfortable living there. I'm so, unbelievably happy to be out of there and hope this review saves a few years of misery out of some people's lives. If there's ever a class action lawsuit against GH Palmer, I'm there.
Jan 27, 2015
Just moved to Cali, attending USC. Saw a lot of housing when moving out here, and I knew I wanted to stay at one of the buildings like Orsini. I've been here for about 3 months now and it's fantastic. When I'm done with a long day of classes nothing beats coming home to my hotel of a complex. The amenities are great, the Internet is like none other I've seen, and my friends never want to go home. Leon was my agent, I spoke to a few others before hand but no one actually returned my call except for Leon. He got me in here with no hassle, and if I ever have issues with the complex he'll take care of it. If you're moving out here, I'd highly recommend the Orsini.
Dec 16, 2015
To many cockroaches in the kitchen sink. There was fungus growing along the ceiling of the shower and over all I would not live here. And only visiting Looking for a place