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.
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
I've been living here for two years. They are one of the lowest in rent pricing but honestly it is NOT worth it. They get a star for cool amenities; which not all of them are in service all the time. They also get another star for the employees in the resident services offices; they do what they can but most of the problems I believe go beyond their control. They're constant automobile break-ins (at least once a month) have to do with lack of security. There are leaks everywhere so if you get an assigned parking spot with a water leak above it, do not expect for it to get fixed. Instead they'll give you a monthly permit for Joe's parking and you can park there on rainy days; let's hope you predict on the right day otherwise you'll have white water marks on your car. Trash bins; dirty. You pretty much have to call or email resident services to get it cleaned up. IT is really sad how people throw trash around in the hallways and it stays there until someone reports it to their office. Pet friendly? I'm still trying to figure it out. I love pets but since they claim that pets are against policy and yet people continue to have them living in their homes they do not have pet cleaning maintenance so guess what you have when they have a lack of cleaning services; that's right. You have shit, and probably piss, all over the place; including carpeted hallways. In sum, the location is ok and I have great memories living here. Would I move back? HELL NO.
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.
Horrible. Just plain terrible. Do NOT even consider this place. You could do better for your money.