I've lived here since July and have been happy with the place the whole time. Aside from rain flooding sidewalks and occasional ants, there's nothing that bothers me. It's quiet, clean, and the few repairs that have needed to be done were done quickly and without hassle. Front desk is consistently available when needed and sends out reminders monthly for rent and utilities. For the price, it is well worth it. Not a ton of amenities but I live here, I'm not on vacation.
old and mold everywhere, the ducks dont ever shut up and over priced. When it rains witch it rains close to 9 months out of the year the sidewalks to your apartment floods with at least 3to4 inches of water. Hope you brought your rubber boots cause you will need them. They over charge and do not a thing for keeping the place up. To top it off the front office lady is so stuck on herself and on a power trip that nobody has anything nice to say about her. DO NOT MOVE HERE.U WILL REGRET IT EVERYDAY UPTO THE DAY YOU MOVE OUT
Just shopping for a rental, they look nice I worked for Simmco properties years ago till it changed to Summit sure it is managed well?
I looked into renting here. The place is quiet and has an upper middle class but also a corporate atmosphere (such that you wonder if the residents really connect with each other or have any sense of community). Unfortunately, the place is run in accordance with unfair and exploitative corporate-type values. For example, management requires residents to give 60 days notice when moving out and even if there is somebody willing to move in after say 30 days and the resident wants to move out sooner, the corporate management still charges the old resident the full amount for the full 60 days (or the break-lease fee) while simultaneously pulling in rent from the new tenant. So, in effect, these greedy bastards are more than happy to rake in double rent on an apartment. I consider this unethical and, in my humble opinion, such practices should be illegal under Oregon law. So, if you want to live in a place with a sense of community, fairness, mutual respect, flexibility and reasonableness, this corporate-style apartment complex probably ain't it.
Both of my parents rented apartments here, when the previous manager (I think her name was Debbie) was here -- she was great! The new manager (April) seems uninterested in resident concerns! The office lost a package delivered to me by USPS. The manager and Summit Management refuse to take accountability, saying they accept mail as a 'courtesy'. Trying to resolve the issue with April and Summit management resulted in USPS now refusing to deliver my packages to their office anymore! April's strength as a manager is lip service, and quite frankly, she's not that great at that! Go somewhere else if you're thinking about renting here! Overpriced, filthy apartments with like management.