Typically pretty quiet here which, gives it an extra star. However, the interior is very cheaply made. Upon move-out, I got charged because the 2nd bath light fixture had rust on it ($50 for a $10 piece bought at Lowes). Also, neighbors complained about a stereo playing in the garage at Noon and we were constantly harassed, by the neighbors and by management. Quiet hours were not disturbed but since the lease says "anything annoying to neighbors is prohibited", they immediately took the neighbor's side, even without coming to check the noise level from our garage. Plus the construction (parking lot, roof, and new neighborhood being built on top of the complex) was quite annoying and interfered with the peace. At lease renewal, our rent was going to rise 20%, so we chose to move. $2000/month for a three bedroom apartment is ridiculous.
Quiet, scheduling maintenance is EASY. If you're not concerned about what race of person is working in the front office everyone in there is very nice and very helpful. They've been on an update schedule to refurbish exterior walls and some other things. Construction immediately outside the apartment complex has quieted down but is not inside our area. I live closest to the construction and have never heard them, mainly because I go to work all day. The racist person who gave this place a 1 star is just buttmad. I will say, though, that it is definitely pricey but you're also away from all the crime and theft downtown.
Recently moved out and we are happy to be done with this place! We were harassed about our dog they showed up at 7am banging on the door demanding to enter the manager brought someone from maintenance like thats not threatening at all. Called the cops on them. Then we got new neighbors there dog entered our apartment at 6am attacked my husband and my dog as they were coming in went to tell managent and was called a liar because they didnt have a pet on there lease. Then a few days later the same dog attacked me and my dog again when I was taking my dog on a walk. Not only can you smell absolutly everything from your neighbors apartment. You can hear everything. All we cpuld smell is our neighbors cat piss and dog piss.
Very expensive place and appliances are falling apart. You wont see any minorities working in the office. The ladies in the office are very nasty over the phone and in person. If you don't see that or get that kind of treatment, you must have money or you're white. They charge you $25 for trash pick-up even if you decide not to use it. They also have their own electric/water bill in addition to what you would pay Colorado Springs utilities. If they go in to your place for maintenance they wear their shoes in even if it’s nasty and you are left to clean their mess after they leave. They don’t have maintenance over the weekend and if you call them, your place better have what they will call an emergency because what they consider emergency is not what you will call an emergency. As much as they charge for rent, they need someone onsite to take of the residence on the weekends. They say they care about the residence, but they really don’t. Just live there and you will see. Experience is the best teacher
I really enjoyed living here until a recent experience, after which I have decided to leave and not recommend Talon Hill. The last several months have been a very aggressive schedule of maintenance with constant noise, mess, and inconvenience. After constant hammering on the roofs, smoke alarm tests, staff in and out replacing windows, labor crews swarming outside, and other constant maintenance events, my car was towed when they painted the parking lot. I couldn't find my car, was about to report it stolen, then I went to the office to check and they told me where it was and that I would have to pay for the towing. When I asked them why I didn't get a note on my door, like the other multiple times during the 2 years I lived here, the office manager informed me they decided to use the newsletter and emails instead. So now I'm stuck with the tow bill and they refuse to acknowledge their responsibility in making sure their tenants receive proper notice. I don't respect people who take advantage of their authority and run the management of the home I pay for as mercenaries. I don't recommend making Talon Hill your home.