I have lived in apartments for 10 years this is the best staff ever.
I felt that I looked around a lot and felt comfortable with my decision, but I didn't look around enough. Yes, the staff is attractive friendly young women, but clearly has no control as to who they rent to. Since I moved here in August 09 the very loud domestic arguments are never ending. Just this past Saturday night I had to call police to stop what sounded like a woman being murdered. The fees for utilities do add up to a lot more than what I was told and feel that I could have a better place to live and paid about what I pay now when factoring the fees. Also, I was a day late paying rent, yes my fault, but then had to pay a $75 late fee plus the $5 for having to pay with a money order. I have submitted to requests for minor repairs to my unit, but have not received a response yet. Funny how they ding you for a day late in paying rent, but have no problem leaving you hanging when you need repairs....GRRRRR! I am amazed at how many people keep dogs in these small apartments, but thankfully I have complaints about barking dogs. Seems like most of the residents are 20 something’s just getting out of their parents house, have roommates and enjoy playing their hip/hop music very loud. My perspective is one of a person who has just been divorced and has not lived in an apartment in over 20 years. Maybe this is just that way apartment living is and I will move to a better situation soon. Bottom is just when you feel that you just can't look at another apartment, keep looking. Hope this was helpful.
52nd Marketplace is a nice place to live if you're on a budget. Sure, I'd love to be living lavishly, but right now I just don't have the funds. This complex is safe, the neighbors are friendly, and it is surprisingly quiet considering its proximity to I-70. Plus there is anything you could possibly want within a 5 mile radius!! You would miss out on a great affordable living place if you didn't take a look at 52nd!