While we knew this place would be temporary, it was confirmed when we received our lease renewal notice. If we did not enter into another full year lease they wanted to increase our rent over $400.00 per month, for a tiny box two bedroom apartment. Ridiculous!
The complex is quiet (besides the murderer they found hinding out there this year, there have been no major events.) The parking availability was terrible, and the size of the spaces are ridiculously small. It is also weird becasue there is essentially a gutter speed bump as you enter every parking space, so cars htting bottom is common. My car was also keyed while there, likely because the parking is so tight for everyone, someone no doubt got frustrated. They implimented a one vehicle per apartment in open space parking rule. There is a garage, so that is pretty reasonable to expect one car to be in the garage-thought that means there is NO storage and the apartments are tiny. Now they are requiring any guest who is visiting to register and get a parking permit. You are kidding me right. So if a friend wants to pop over and visit, we have to get permission, register their vehicle and get a one time permit? NO WAY! So unless you are reclusive and don't want visitors, I would suggest you stay away from here. And unlike many other places that have to enforce parking rules, instead of giving a warning or a ticket, they just tow it away! Beware.
The other issue with the comlex is the lack of ammentities. For the price point, there are many luxury apartment complexes with the same or similar square footage that offer many more services, such as working, heated, pools, working barbeque grills (only one on site works-and the others were scheduled to be removed, however, they never were). The hours for the gym are inadqueate. It doesn't open until 7 a.m. A final issue is a safety concern. When using the pool areas and the recreation room, you must have a key to get out of the area. I am pretty sure this is a fire hazard and illegal, but I have not yet looked into it. I believe the law requires you to have a one push exit to any enclosed area. In other words if there is an emergency and you are inside the pool area, there is not way to get out unless you have the key with you. One can assume if you got inside you have a key, however, it is common for a family to be in the area and if several people needed to exit in an emergency and one person had left with the key you could not exit.
Really nice quiet community, parking spots are tiny but plentiful. Apartments are small but are cozy.