Nobody cares about what a VENDOR has to write about an apartment! Try living there! Your income depends on them, so how nice of you to write them a (useless) positive review. This place is a dump and the people who run it are awful - along with the rest of National Development properties.
I am a vendor at Station Landing. They are amazing to deal with and having been inside each unit. I know how well they keep their property. Maintenance keeps everything looking excellent and are so pleasant to deal with.
I had the same experience that Steeler88 had, just days before he/she posted. They turned me away simply because I am an attorney, without providing further explanation. I inquired further with National Development, the Newton-based development and investment firm that oversees Arborpoint. They confirmed that yes, their new policy is not to rent to attorneys, and that they have determined they can legally do this. Just to let Steeler88 know, as well as any lawyers and/or law students who might still want to rent at Arborpoint, they have now changed their policy in response to a recent "influx" of attorneys/law students, and now rent to attorneys/law students. Will I be going back to fill out an application? Probably not.
Location is awesome and with all the shops it is very convenient. I have lived here almost 3 years and will be moving NOW! The old management with Tammy and Anna made life at station landing heaven. With the newer management and a retard named BRIAN TROTT running the show, run for the hills. Talk to any resident and they will let you know how bad this building is maintained and managed. They do not take care of their resident's needs and also they do not provide the services or amenities we pay for, considering $2,400 for a 2bdr. DO NOT RENT HERE!!!!!
WASTE OF TIME! The people in the leasing office may seem warm and welcoming, but hide a company based on discrimination and lies. We worked for weeks, making visits, getting the appropriate paperwork, speaking with leasing agents on availability only to be told they wouldn't accept our application due to the occupation of 2 of the possible tenants when we were about to hand over our application. Now mind you, they asked what all the applicants were doing (ie grad school, law school, work, etc) and we gave all the information in advance and were congratulated on them none the less, but when it came time for things to be ironed out we were told we don't accept lawyers or law students!!!! If that's the case it should tell you how scared they are to have a tenant who understands the law and won't be abused by a company because they know their rights. Just food for thought for all of you considering this complex.