Every time we've needed something fixed i.e. stove light, weather strip, etc., we were assisted in a timely manner. Staff is super nice to our family each time we see them. It's beautiful here, and I'm choosy when it comes to aesthetics. I only wish the carpet was nicer. I don't have a dog (yet!), but this community is very dog friendly. I wish there was a children's park onsite for my almost two-year old but the brier creek community center/elementary school is just down the road. We use the gym frequently. I wish the treadmills were updated; I don't feel like the belts run smoothly for easy running, but that's such a small thing! The Crossings is quiet, beautiful and overall I'm happy to live here!
I have NEVER come across a more rude and unethical landlord. This landlord has a history of lying and NOT getting work orders completed on time. One lame excuse is that they were short staffed My last work order regarding lack of hot water in the shower of the master bathroom hasn't been completed in over 6 weeks as the spare parts needed to be ordered and their way of responding to my patience is slapping me with more penalties. After terminating my lease, during the walk through the assistant property manager had hidden a tape recorder in her pocket and tried to trap me by black mailing to use those tapes in court in order to get me to pay for work order requests that were submitted during my stay for a year For instance when the flooring tiles in the kitchen were cracked and cement was peeling off causing a tripping hazard and the landlord refused to take care of it. Another resident had rented a garage below my bedroom to use it as a business to offer weight lifting training to the public and each morning I was distrubed from 6:00am onwards until 8:30pm. I had total strangers park their cars in front of my bedroom window with the boom box blaring loud music and his clients laughing and banging the heavy weights on the concrete floor.The landlord hasn't stopped this from happening and pretends to be unaware of what's going on even though the personal trainer and the landlord have known each other for many years. After repeatedly complaining with the management about the neighbors above us banging and moving heavy furniture or boxes throughout the night and the cops being on site several times, this landlord chooses to ignore the issue. In fact one evening when I was coming back home, the other female resident physically attacked me in the parking lot and I had to call the Raleigh Police department for help. I do regret signing the lease and will definitely do a background check on my next landlord before signing the lease.
Ive lived here since 2012 and have enjoyed it. The gym includes plenty of exercise equipment, weights, indoor basketball and raquetball courts... even a tanning bed if you are so inclined. I would say it appeals to any age group... and lifestyle. It has a neighborhood feel and is tucked in on the north side of hwy 70 behind starbucks. Right across the street from all the amenities of brier creek. Umstead park is also right down the street. I have had very few problems with maintenance and when I did it was attended to right away. Parking is a non issue. .. wash your own car, check out the pool, rent a garage, sign up for personal training... there is alot of stuff/life to get into. Sincerely, mr gainey
I've been living at TCAP for about 2 1/2 years now after having spent a little over a year in Cary, and have had a very positive experience here in general. I live in one of their "carriage home" apartments, which means my apartment sits on top of 4 garages and doesn't share any walls w/ my neighbors. The walls are a pleasant yellow butternut creme color, which is a nice change from the usual white/creme walls in most apartments. I also get my own personal garage below the apartment, which is a big plus. The office staff is very friendly and very helpful, and repairs are typically taken care within 24 hours. I also have a great view of the puppy park from my apartment, which provides great late afternoon entertainment when all the local dogs get together to play. Overall, I'm very pleased w/ TCAP and would recommend it to anyone looking to move into the Brier Creek area.
I relocated to Raleigh, N.C. from Virginia in November 2012. I had researched several apartments online prior to my move, but due to low ratings I decided to keep searching. I discovered The Crossing at Alexander Place. The community is nice and quiet. Nina, Monica, & Richard, along with the other staff members are amazing. This is my first time experiencing a community staff so courteous and friendly. As other reviews stated, this is a professional community. And the residents are friendly. This is also a dog community. I personally am not a dog owner, but other owners pick up behind their dogs. The community is also conveniently located by several shopping centers and interstate 540. So accessing a grocery store, gas station, or restaurant is right around the corner. Overall, this is a great place to live.