I lived here for over a year and a half, the staff were very pleasent. Whenever I needed anything fixed it seemed that a mechanic was at the door before I could even hang up the phone. I lived in the pet building and it was fun getting to know my neighbors. They weren't nosy management. If they knew you by name you were probably doing something wrong! The only downside is there is no balcony, but that's pretty common around the cities. I recommend this place to people!
I love this place I haven't seen ant rodents there at all the office ppls are very friendly and the matiance they come right over to fix Wat ever problem u may have in ur unit that bad review I saw is a lie they must have did something to the place in order for them nit to refund they sd over all this is a place where I'm calling home
We get what we pay for . Rent is less when compare to surrounding apartments . Family with limited income level and have commitment to save money can stay here with less cost rather going for fancy apartments and get nothing. I feel nice to stay here.
My serious advise to all people who are considering to move here in "Crossroads". I have lived here, hence giving you genuine advise. Please don't get carried away by monthly rent. This place deserves even less. There are rodents and insects in basement apartments. There is no microwave. A/C air conditioner are old and aren't effective. Side walls are so thin , you 'll feel as if you are part of your neighbor's family and often being called when dinner is ready .. lol. Management is even pathetic.. Specially, the manager. They will be extra polite and helpful, when you are about to sign a lease. But, once you vacate .. don't expect any money to be come out of your security deposit.. they will put something or other and will make you pay extra. I would not recommend this apartments to anyone.
I think a majority of the reviews have been a little unfair. Yes, crossroads isn't upscale by any means, but neither is it a complete rat-hole either. Crossroads is a place to live if you want small and cheap. Safety and security is meant for those, as I stated in my title, with common sense. Don't leave your doors unlocked, don't leave your car unlocked with obvious things in them, like purses or CDs, obey the rules for parking, be courteous to your neighbors and keep your nose to your own business and you'll be just fine. This isn't an apartment complex for people who are looking to start up a community knitting circle.