We lived at Radford Court for a year in 2011 and 2012, in the older three bedroom units. The maintenance requests were sometimes slow initially, but when they put in a new system for maintenance requests we never had another problem. The upstairs bedrooms did not have a lot of natural light, we got some mold in the bedrooms (which is not entirely unexpected in the winter), and the fan did not work well in the bathroom. That said, we loved the light and layout downstairs. We very rarely heard any noises from our neighbors. I didn't use the workout room, as I prefer to go outdoors, but it was convenient and nice. The huge patio outside was great for all our strollers, bikes, kites, and sleds. Some of the three bedroom units also have an outside storage area (ours was full of broadband networking equipment for our building). We had one assigned parking space and used street parking for our other car. We once had a problem with someone parking in our spot, and management was quick in helping to stop the problem. Parking for our second car was rarely an issue, but we did sometimes have to walk half a block. It was a fantastic place for children. There is a lot of green space around the buildings, as well as playgrounds scattered around. Our kids made friends with others playing outside, and it was a nice community. Sandpoint Elementary, which just reopened, was within walking distance. Although the school was new, the teachers and administration are very committed. Our kids thrived there as they had not at other very good schools before. Having Magnuson Park and the Burke-Gilman trail so close was also wonderful. We were able to go on lots of walks, use the playgrounds, go swimming at Lake Washington, pick plentiful wild blackberries, fly kites, and go sledding in the big storm. It is one of my favorite places that I have lived and we'd love to go back.
Not happy at all with customer vacating regulations. They write up unnecessary charges that they as a policy holder are responsible for not the tenant! They customarily put in new rugs every time a tenant vacates and a new one enters so why should the last tenant be charged for this?