I normally never give a bad review to a place as this one deserves. I have never been so disappointed in my life! If I ever had the thought of renting in this place I have totally retract from it. I didn't know this place made money from people that are disoriented and park in deck with a big "P" on the entrance. We were checking the area out when we realized it was for retail stores only inside the building, we had just stepped out of car, we went back to car to move to a public parking and the lady had already put a boot in our car. She was rude, sarcastic, unfriendly and did not cooperate with us. I told her she had just seen us leave the car and we realized it was private until we were on the street and we came back as soon as we knew. The sign did not specify retail stores inside the building. It was an awful awful treatment and experience. I wish this would happen to no one else, but its disappointing to see this apartment building has to stoop down to this level to gain money.
Pricey but you get what you pay for: above average amenities, location near westside and midtown, floor to ceiling windows, trash pick-up, nice pool area, and community entertaining areas. Staff is consistently uberfriendly and helpful.
Google won't let me give it 4.5 stars, but anyways, let me be the first to offer a complete review. I moved in maybe three months ago, and here's the pros and cons: Pros: Great view (if on higher floors). There are floor to ceiling windows and lots of vertical space in these apartments. Inside, everything's absolutely beautiful. I've looked at 9 other apartment places in the area, and about half of them mentioned how beautiful 935M (their competitor!) is, and it's true (at least for the interiors. The hallways and common areas are nothing special). The glazed concrete flooring is one of those love-it-or-hate-it things, but I think it's a nice contrast to the vanilla "white carpets and small wooden planks" you'll get just about everywhere else. Nice large pool. Some people complained about noise from people above, but it's definitely pretty quiet here. I guess it depends on the neighbors, but sound is a lot less of an issue here than most places. Cons: Yes, it's pricier. You could get a two bedroom at the apartments across the street for the price of a one bedroom here. Some of the appliances and such are a little worn. That's to be expected in an apartment I guess. Some of the rooms have a very faint unusual smell, which can be vented out for a while but it comes back. It's probably some finishing material they used on the walls or the floor. That might sound scary, but it's really not that big of a deal. Nobody I've invited in to see the place has even commented on it. The number one let down (at least in the apartment I rented) is that my bedroom doesn't have lighting. I had to purchase a lamp for the room... it's sort of odd that they left out lights in exactly one room. Oh yeah, and don't expect the hallways and elevators to be clean. They won't be, most of the time. Occasionally the parking gate malfunctions, like in all gated places. Other than that, absolutely no issues so far.