We have been SO disappointed living here. My husband and I and our 3 year old son have been here 2 1/2 months, and we've probably submitted 10 maintenance requests, some of which still haven't been repaired. The parking is horrible. Usually there are no spots, but even where there are, you'd have to drive a golf cart to fit in the spots without dinging doors or climbing out the trunk. We specifically waited for an apartment to open up in an area without smokers, and we were told this line of townhomes had no smokers, and it turns out we're surrounded by smokers, which eliminates our ability to use the patio. Our storage unit has mice, so we've had to empty it. We find spiders and ants on an almost daily basis. We would absolutely not recommend this complex.
Horrible Management It takes weeks to get things fixed in the apartment Took a week and a hald to get a phone call returned. (after calling a couple time a week) "Manager was never in" Its been almost 2 months after I moved out and still have not recieved my refund check. Apartments are old and YES PARKING IS HORRIBLE. Only decent advice. Floor plans are layed out well.
I loved my apartment. I rented through Sterling Pointe for a year. I lived in two of their apartments and the only reason I moved was so that I'd be closer to work. If I could move back I definitely would. The only complaint as anyone has mentioned so far is that parking truly does suck, but only if you work swing and you're home later than 5-7pm. Other than that, yeah living against any busy street you're going to hear traffic as I did when I lived against Murray. However, I RARELY heard the busy street. I never personally got towed, but those who do usually deserve it. Management was great the first night I was there there was a beeping noise and maintenence was at my apartment at 5am looking like he had literally just woken up to fix the beep and then left in a timely fashion. I plan to move back as soon as my current lease is up.
OK in a bind... Management is not very responsive, they tack an extra $30 on your rent for cable which you have no choice to accept/decline. Parking can be a pain, there have been nights I've walked a 1/4 mile to get to the apt, but that was on a Saturday night late. Most of the time it's about 1.5 blocks walk or so. They have paid for parking of course, but an extra $30 for covered and $60 for garage is a bit steep. If you live next to the highway you will hear cars, the walls are thin. The workers will tell you "oh you can't hear traffic and parking isn't a problem." both lies. I live in the upstairs and the neighbours dryer vent runs through ours so any time they dry their clothes we can smell it. Your best bet is to find somewhere else. Like the other poster suggested. Yearly increases in prices for the cable they force you to buy.
I lived there for 3 years. Worst parking! The tow trucks patrol at night & during the day & charge $400 to get your car back. Rent sky rockets up every time you want to renew. Poor quality apartments. You can hear everything through the walls. I had neighbors try to break in through my back patio. The building next to me was set on fire & just barely missed mine. There 3 accidents right out side my patio of drunk drivers that drove off the road & hit other cars & plowed down the trees. The carpet was worn down when I got there & they would not replace anything & charged me for it afterwards. It's next to the police & fire station so expect to hear the sirens all night every single night..