Rated 1.8 out of 5?by 4
Rated 1 out of 5?by Annonymus Red Alert: Stay away from this place
3) Weak & Noisy construction: I can clearly tell what the people who live above my apartment are doing. The construction is so weak that, all the sounds are so clear like walking, running, toilet flush, door bang, vacuum cleaner, moving chairs, furniture.
People play soccer on the parking lots!!!!!!! Community becomes very noisy in the evening with people shouting and yelling till dark.
Most of the floor in my apartment gives creaky noises. :(
4) Odor: my neighbors or from people live above apt, grilling/cooking odor fills my apartment. I feel like vomiting and go away from the home.
5) Unfriendly staff: most of the times.. If you walk in, and if they are talking to someone then... Wait time is 20 mins to 30 mins. They can do better in between, but.. NO. You have to wait.
You walk-in, make a request, they will say, they will take care, but NOT all the time. You got to call them and remind. What a careless staff!!
6) Very expensive -lease renewal - I walked in and told them I will not extend my lease which is due in next 2 months, they said sad seeing me go. After 15 days they sent me a letter asking me to give a 60 days notice, if I am not continuing my lease. I instantly went and talked to them, they said.. "You have to given a WRITTEN notice, verbal does not count",... I said "well. I came in person and told you that I will not continue the lease and you did not tell me to give a written notice", no matter how much I argue with them.. They still say I have to pay for the extra 15 days of notice. Guess what is the rent for 15 days..? $1300
I am a contract worker and trying to save money for my future home.. And like these people eat up that money? God is watching.
One happy thing is.. I am leaving this place soon to a town home with a private owner.
September 12, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5?by seeyou1997 stay away from this apartment
It is noisy, people play soccer in the parking area, they yell and scream.
Leasing office sells reserved parking which means if you want to park close to your apartment, you need to pay extra money.
August 29, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5?by MarquisResident Elizabeth is great but issues remain
The manager is absolutely fabulous, but there are still issues with this complex.
Most of the tubs were installed wrong and thus have rust in them as well as areas that sink and hold water. The only fix they are allowed is to put a floor mat in.
Roaches and spiders were an issue due to the large number of residents that did not like to allow pest control to actually kill a "living creature". A new pest control company and new extermination rules have helped with this.
Recently the amount of dog waste left all over the complex has increased. No idea what they are doing to fix the issue.
Repairs and issues are addressed very fast unless you leave your message with Emily. She is the only rude and unfriendly staff member in an otherwise wonderful staff.
Spring seems to be the inspect and repair season around here. In the last month they have asked for entry at least four times, often with very little warning. They have asked for access to all rooms and closets twice - including pantry. This means that some residents have spent most of March with their closets and pantry emptied into the main part of their home.
The main issues seem to be ownership caused issues. The old owner wanted everything made ship shape in order to sell and did not seem interested in how it affected the residents. The new owner seems to have been caught with issues that must be taken care of yesterday and this causes issues for the residents. The poor staff seem to be caught in the middle trying their best to make it easier for the residents.
It is a great place to live, it is just having a few growing pains.
March 26, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5?by tank worst for the money
I lived here recently had big problems with roaches mold and also had rust in tubs, and was told that they don't repair that, and to use soft scrub to clean. I have pictures but cant display.
February 18, 2014