Paper thin walls, paint peeling after less than a year, crappy lease that doesnt let you out of the lease without paying 1000's unless you get out EXACTLY on the month you signed, cant mail things out, mailman unreliable, rents too expensive, can hear EVERY footstep above us, people working on and revving up their cars at ALL hours. DONT go here.
I don't normally write reviews but needed to share my experience I had here. I've lived in a lot of apartments and in terms of the noise & quality of the tenants, I have had worse but I have also had better. I lived here for 15 months and really only had one serious noise issue from my downstairs neighbor, but after complaining to management the tenants were evicted. All in all not a bad place for a temporary stay, I would never call this place "home". My real complaint comes from when I moved out. About a week before my moved Maintence men were in and out of my apartment without my knowledge or consent. How did I know? For starters my dog was a total mess very frantic and scared when I would arrive home. Also they left me notes INSIDE my apartment asking me to complete tasks for them. I never gave permission for them to enter my apartment. The final straw came after I moved my belongings out and still have 4 days left in my lease that I was going to take to clean the apartment and shampoo the rugs (like they asked) I discovered that they changed my locks (while the lease was still in my name) and they removed ALL of my remaining belongings! I was infuriated they would STEAL my belongings and TRESPASS into my apartment. Brenda and Adrian in the office are total morons (did I mention Brenda messed up my lease not once but twice in a 15 month period) I am usually very forgiving and try my hardest to go with the flow. However the management here is worse that the noisy tenants. I had recommended them to co-workers looking for a temporary 1 yr stay, not any more. I have filed a complaint with the Better Business Bureau and have asked my company to no longer recommend them for new hires. Save yourself the headache and go through a realtor to find an apartment in the area. I wish someone gave me that advice when I first moved out here.