I have spent 3 years of my life here and do really enjoy this place. The staff keep the grounds very clean and maintenance fixes all problems I have ever had within 48 hours. The leasing office is very kind and receptive of your opinions and suggestions. Not to mention location, location, location! The only downfall that I see is, unfortunately, is it's own residences. There are certain groups of people in our complex that tend to leave their trash everywhere, allow their kids to run rampant at all hours of the night, and pretty much have no consideration whatsoever for any of the Camden rules. The past couple of months however, Camden does seem to be cracking down on this so I have to hand it to them. Overall it is a great place to live, a great location, and all for a price that is much more reasonable than the majority of the high-end apartment complexes in the city of Houston.
It has been a little over three years since I moved into Camden Vanderbilt Apartments. Everything about Camden feels like home. The huge green space with two lakes, four waterfalls, gazebos, and grilling areas are beautifully landscaped and inviting. Sidewalks all around the lakes allow for walkers, joggers, and cyclists. My grandkids love coming to "my" lakes! There are also plenty of places to sit and enjoy the sound of the water, take in the flowers and greenery, or just engage in a little people watching! Camden’s Zumba and Yoga fitness classes are a fun addition to the fully equipped gym provided for residents who relish activities that are a bit more vigorous! Literally steps away, there are restaurants, a large grocery store with Starbucks inside, a book store and mailing facilities, plus other shops you'll want to check out for yourself. All this AND located in a very desirable neighborhood at Buffalo Speedway and Holcombe Blvd. in West University. The office staff is wonderful! Friendly and helpful, they find a way to deal with any situation that comes up in a fair and respectful way. The maintenance crew is superb! In my experience, repair requests are completed within 24 hours, occasionally longer if parts need to be ordered or the request is out of the ordinary. Another thing that’s great about Camden Vanderbilt is that I can be as social as I want or I can have as much privacy as I want. There are special parties planned for residents, as well as ongoing interest groups one can join along with other residents, such as movies, art, books, music, dancing, outdoors, and more. On the other hand, if peace and quiet is what you desire, the units are so well soundproofed that, once inside, you might as well be living on a deserted island… because you don’t hear another soul! There are even more good things about Camden Vanderbilt. For instance, they’re extremely pet-friendly! However, I think that anyone reading this has the idea by now that Camden Vanderbilt is an awesome place to live! Oh, did I mention the three pools and the...
I have been living at Camden Vanderbilt since 2012. I truly enjoy living here. The grounds are maintained with lovely walking paths around the water falls. Repairs & service requests are promptly completed. The staff & team are professionals.
I've lived at Camden Vanderbilt for about 3 years, we are moving out because we need to be in the Woodlands for my fiance's career. Camden Vanderbilt's rent and amenities are competitive with similar apartment complexes in this area. Maintenance has always been responsive to issues we reported. The location is close to several grocery stores, restaurants, and makes for an easy commute to the med center or downtown. If you are going to live anywhere in the city I would tell you to get wheel locks for your car. I have seen a couple occasions of wheels being stolen - but that's what happens when you live in a city so just invest in wheel locks so that it doesn't happen to you.
On the first day I moved in a nasty, dirty, rusty needle that was in the walk way to my Apartment ended up embedded in my foot. I called the apartment complex right away for help as I was alone and was having problems pulling it out myself, and obviously couldn't walk. They refused to come help and told me to call 911....to pull a needle out of my foot. At first they said they would cover the ER visit and tetanus shot. Now they are refusing to pay for it. Even Wall-mart covers the ER for people who step on nails in their parking lot. Quite pathetic and completely non-compassionate if you ask me. Who want to live at a place that treats you like that when there are so many to choose from in Houston????