The good: Cheap rent, nice apartment, friendly people, and it's a relatively quiet place to live. The bad: The false sense of security the apartment staff gives you when moving in. Here's my story in hopes that it changes something for the future: When you go into the leasing office, you're seated in perfect view of a screen showing about 12 different cameras watching the complex. When you're signing your lease, you're informed of after-hours security that is available. Well, it's all for nothing. My car was broken into as I was moving into my apartment (quite literally, in-between trips to my car and my apartment, someone shattered my drivers window and took quite a bit of stuff). This happened for a couple of different reasons. First, the area is car theft central. I looked at a crime map, after the fact, and there have been 14 break-ins at the apartment alone in the past 6 months. Second, the apartment complex has more tenants than parking spots, so you often find yourself parking on the side of the building (where most of the break-ins happen). I informed the office of the break-in (I actually caught the thieves in my car while it was happening) and they told me they would review the tapes when they could, but it could be a while because they were busy. I heard nothing back. I called the next day and was told "yeah, sorry it was too dark to see anything and you really shouldn't park on the side of the building". Yeah, thanks for informing me after the fact. A few days later, I called and asked how many different cameras they looked at. The thought behind this being that the getaway car did not just appear on the street and from the way it was angled, likely circled the parking lot (thus appearing on multiple cameras) before coming onto the side street. I was told "we only looked at the one camera". I asked them to look at more and asked if I could also view the footage since I saw the robbery in action, it might help me remember more information for the police. They told me they would get back to me and never did. So, long story short, be careful here because if you get broken into, the leasing office will not help you at all. I write this review as another person's car glass is shattered all over the ground near the same spot as mine. It's an endless cycle and hopefully this review will make them change how they approach this.
I have been living here going on 6 month's. Very friendly and comfortable living place .People are very friendly and the staff also very friendly wanting to help the residents landscape is always kept up and maintenance is good if there is a problem. I recommend this property.
I thought this place was awesome... until the sewage overflowed. The office manager (Amy) and the head maintenance guy (Lee) kept saying things like "oh, thank god it was just clean water;" implying that it was just shower water that overflowed from the showers and toilets. The fourth time this happened (in the span of 14 months) I wised up enough to snap pictures of the copious amount of feces caking the inside of my tub. Upon seeing my pictures, Amy and Lee continued to deny that it was sewage, and refuse to do anything beyond cleaning our carpets. Code enforcement told me that they'd recommend Amy moving us to a new apartment ; she claims that they said nothing was wrong with the apartment. 4 sewage overflows in just over 1 year, and "nothing is wrong with the apartment?" This would be a great place if it wasn't run by scumbags.
Unfortunately I live directly above people who play poker at least one night of every weekend. Their loud voices go on til long past midnight. This is a concrete and steel building so it seems the sounds travel through the ductwork. If I didn't mind playing my television all night long, I may not hear them over the television, but that defeats the purpose. I like be asleep by 11:00, but no such luck!