Multiple issues, trapped in a lease until February. They don't do anything to address noise complaints, have had to call the police on one neighbor for domestic violence. New neighbors are young guys who party until 3AM on weeknights on their balcony. The 'Classic' apartment style hasn't been updated in 30 years, so if you do rent here spend the extra money and get the updated model with new-ish appliances and cabinets.
So far so good! They are on top of getting back to you if you have questions or any other needs. We haven't had any major problems. I think the rooms are a bit small for what you pay for, but I understand the the price of things are going up as well (bittersweet). I also think it is slightly around $700+ (depending on size of apartment) expensive to live here (compared to my last place, might as well make mortgage payments towards a house), but other than that it is good for now until I can find something better later. There are some minor repairs that needed attention when we first moved in. They were really good about working with us though. For an apartment, like I said, it is a good place to live.
I had lived there for three years with typically poor managent and poorly property upkeep. Recently new management was brought in with a great maintenance man, who does his best to ensure apartments are taken care of. My apartment was decent although very old with crapy repairs and poorly hung doors and really sad bathroom remodel. Which took month to finish even though I was promised 4 days. The rent is responsible. Rules about smoking and loud neighbors are not enforced, looking for a quite place seek elsewhere. I have had several loud and disrespectful tennents live around/in my building Small details are grossly missed with mismatched appliances and leaking shower heads. Simple requests for repairs are not always met due to third parties bring in charge of laundry rentals, online we pay, and some maintenance. As an example to this they have sent maintenance to my home 5 times this summer and my AC still does not work. The issue is that the on-site staff is not allowed to go on the roof to make needed repairs, the issue seems to not be able to be fixed from the apartment. It's so hot. Landscape leaves a lot to be desired the lawn is rarely mowed in some places, and other places have only mud. Security is non existent neighbor's of mine had their car stolen, mine was broken into. To sum up good price, but pretty trashy but has potential and was a good starting out home.
This place is a joke. We have had issue with our AC non stop and its still not fixed. 20+ days in the summer with no AC.
Tends to be cheap rent for this part of town and is in a convenient location, plus plenty of parking and shade trees. That's the positive. There are things that overshadow the positives: shoddy maintenance, where they show up 3-4 days after you reported a problem, and do a very slipshod repair job if anything at all. Lack of enforcement on dog breed restriction rules means that you may have to take care with protecting your small pets from pit bulls and Rottweilers if their owner hasn't trained them properly. But more than anything, it's the deceptive lease practices that offend me. Read the fine print on the lease very carefully! The "low rent price" is made up for by charging you odd fees that most places include, like water/sewer/trash, but without any meter readings to determine the actual amount you should be charged. They will charge you a fee for sending you your bill! Small amount, but annoying when most places charge you a flat fee for rent and you don't NEED any kind of statement. They also have odd lease lengths and will raise your rent every single time your lease is up, without fail. Keep in mind that they require a 60 day notice before move out at the end of your lease, twice as long as the standard throughout the industry, and if you DO give your notice, make sure you have a copy of the notice signed by office management as proof you did so. They require renter's liability insurance as well (it's a good idea to insure your stuff anyhow, but they want LIABILITY insurance so they can make a claim against you). So once you take the "low rent" price, add pet rent if you have a pet, add the variable and completely unverifiable charges they ding you for "utilities", add the required renters insurance, and the fee they charge you for the privilege of knowing how much you owe, you will find that you are paying slightly above average every month for the area and size of apartment. And heaven forbid if you should pay your rent on the second instead of the first! Fees charged every day past the first with no grace period whatsoever. TL; DR version- Completely non-standard practices make sure your "low rent" is actually the same or more than everywhere else equivalent, with aging and low maintained apartments not worth it.