I am really surprised by all the negative comments, I really enjoyed living here! I lived at seven65 for almost a year and didn't have to many problems. I had a renovated studio and it was spacious and everything was updated and new. The complex manager is SO nice and was very friendly threw out my entire stay. It was mostly students and working processionals who lived here with a few kids here and there. It was pretty quite and I never heard a pep from my neighbors. Smoking isn't allowed but I would still see people smoking outside. That is not really managements fault, more the people who are knowing breaking the rules. For a studio its a bit on the pricey side but I think its mainly due to its location. It is seriously right in the middle of everything. I moved up more toward foothill and I am seriously missing how close I used to be to everything! So yea in my opinion this place is great! Never really had a problem here and I only moved because I wanted a bigger apartment.
I lived here from September 2014 to March 2015. I lived in an upstairs apartment and found the cons to greatly outweigh the pros. I would never recommend this apartment complex to friends or family. I would actually urge you to stay away from this complex for various reasons. I'll start with the pros. This facility is very close to public transportation, which is nice. As a student, transportation was made easy for me with the tax being across the street and a bus stop on the corner. The apartment also came with two bathrooms. I was living with one other person. As you can imagine, having you own bathroom is a luxury. The apartments are also close to grocery stores and other eating areas. This made walking for errands exceptionally easy. There was a small, well equipped exercise gym. Now for the cons. When we moved into the apartment a door was installed upside down. Management promised they would fix the door; the door was never fixed (even though they were contacted about it). The carpet had been replaced, although the entire apartment smelled of smoke for the entire 6 months we lived there. As we moved out, management hinted at the fact that the apartment smelled of smoke, to which we had to assure them that we didn't smoke (super annoying as all of management seems to be unable to communicate efficiently). The lighting was also terrible. There might as well have been no windows. During the middle of the day, you need lights on just to see in the apartment. Natural lighting was terrible and left the apartment with a very depressing feeling (I currently live in a basement apartment that has more natural lighting). The heater constantly made loud banging noises making it hard to sleep, not to mention that it barely worked. Management turned our water off for a few hours one morning without any warning. When asked, it was simply "routine maintenance". The hot tub was constantly under "repair". The laundry area is more expensive than the laundry matt down the street. These are only a few of the issues that came to mind. All in all, I would never recommend anyone to live here. For the price, you can find a much better and possibly larger apartment. In my opinion these apartments were not worth the price payed, especially since none of the utilities were included. 765Lofts treats its "residents" as potential profit instead of people. I never felt as though I could call it home due to the number of problems I encountered. TL;DR --> 765Lofts apartments cost a lot of money and is definitely not worth what you get. Look around a little more. I would never recommend this apartment complex to anyone.
There are a lot of things to like about this apartment complex, so I'll start with those. The location is fantastic (close to Trax, Trolley Square, and grocery stores). The pool, workout room, and laundry facilities are also very nice. However, there are a few things you should be aware of before you consider living here. This was previously a long-stay hotel, and is slowly being renovated. Some units are remodeled, and others are not. Utilities are shared per building (8 different apartments) and then prorated per square foot of your unit. They are also averaged over a twelve month period. It is also required that you buy cable and internet from Comcast, and there isn't any option to opt out of either service. These units are heated by a heat pump system, using a central boiler for each building. During the winter I lived here, there were many problems with the boilers and my heat went out multiple times. For what you pay, I'd recommend looking further. There are better options out there.
To the management at 765 Lofts. I was a resident at 765 Lofts In Salt Lake City Utah. I moved into a studio apartment May 8th 2011 and was VERY unsatisfied by the way this apartment complex had been run. I was very understanding about the situation of turning this old hotel into an apartment complex before I moved in. When we first looked at the apartments I was told that all the carpet was going to be replaced, and the whole complex was going to be completely renovated with brand new appliances, and so forth. This was a major selling point for us when we chose 765 Lofts as our place to live. 2 months into living here we had to complain numerous times about the noise of our upstairs neighbors who kept really late hours and would often throw parties and get drunk enough that on several occasions we felt the need to call the police. Despite the complaints our noisy neighbors were never evicted or reprimanded, only sent "notices" (after 3 notices it is grounds for eviction as stated in the contract) instead their solution was to make us move to an upstairs unit on the other side of the complex. We were happy with this (despite having to move EVERYTHING from one apartment to another.) A couple days in we started smelling smoke in our bathroom and also occasionally when we had our balcony window open to let in fresh air. We are non-smokers and the whole complex is supposed to be non-smoking; to smoke you need to be AT LEAST 30 feet from any building. Our downstairs neighbor is a chain smoker and has an ashtray on his balcony with 100s of spent cigarettes. Over the next few months we went into the office and complained numerous times. No action seems to have helped because almost everyday at some point when we go into our bathroom it reeks of smoke, so bad we can not sleep with the bathroom door open and have had to buy numerous scent solutions. My wife and I are both allergic to tobacco smoke, and we should not even need to mention the adverse effects of second hand smoke. During the winter months, we were also are constantly being kept awake or woken up at night by a loud banging noises and clicking noises of the pipes. We had complained sever times about this and when the maintenance guys came by, they said the heat was turned way to high and that was the problem with the noise. It helped the noise but still happens whenever someone turns on their heat or runs hot water in another apartment. I was so happy to be done with this place and moving. This was by far the worst place I have ever lived. We were so happy when we received a 60 days notice on our door (that was late by the way) that our time here was almost over! Our last months rent bill came by email and was completely wrong... I was shocked when I saw that my bill was $1617.46 when in fact it should have only been a prorated amount of $296.43. When I went in and asked the front office to figure out what is going on, there was no apology offered. Instead she tried calculating what the real amount I needed to pay was but did not fully calculate it out for me... Instead only calculated out my rent and cable, and said that I would need to calculate the rest. I could write a whole novel on how much I have hated living in this place. STAY AWAY FROM 765 AKA 666 Lofts ALSO SIDE NOTE, 3 years later I am trying to move into a Alliance Run Apartment and they said that 765 Lofts sent me to collections and that I owed close to $700 which turned out to be an error and that it never went to collections but still caused a headache and a day of trying to figure things out.
I stayed here for about three months last summer while I was working in Salt Lake City. The apartment is in a good location and it met my needs as a place to live. It was pricey, but most of that is because I needed a furnished apartment and a short term lease. The staff was kind, but also disorganized. For example, the furnishings did not include adequate pots and pans, and they said they would provide more but never did. The real trouble started once I moved out. I started receiving calls from Comcast saying I needed to return my cable equipment, but Seven65 Lofts said they had returned it for me. This process went on for several months, but it seems resolved at this point. I just recently received a bill from a debt collector for my last month's utilities. With as much as we've been in contact since moving out, it seems to me they could have given me my final utilities bill before sending it to a collection agency. This is a poorly managed operation.