|Beds||Baths||Rent||Deposit||Sq Ft||Lease Length||Available|
|1 Bedroom 1 Bed 1 BR||1 Bathroom 1 Bath 1 BA||$1,599||$1,500||750 Sq Ft||12 Month Lease||38||Available Now|
About Citronia Landmark Apartments
Experience Los Angeles living at Citronia Landmark Apartments. This apartment community is located in Los Angeles at 18550 Citronia St. in the 91324 area. The leasing staff is waiting to show you all that this community has to offer. Citronia Landmark Apartments provides a variety of available amenities and features including: convenient on-site parking options, smoke free options, and a clubhouse. Welcome home to Citronia Landmark Apartments. Contact or drop by the leasing office to talk about leasing your new apartment.
Amenities & Expenses
- Laundry Facilities
- Controlled Access
- High Speed Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Smoke Free
- Cable Ready
- Hardwood Floors
- Crown Molding
|Monday||9 AM to 5 PM|
|Tuesday||9 AM to 5 PM|
|Wednesday||9 AM to 5 PM|
|Saturday||10 AM to 5 PM|
|Sunday||10 AM to 5 PM|
Dogs and Cats Allowed
- •$500 Deposit
- •$35 Monthly Pet Rent
- •25 lb Weight Limit
1 space; Assigned Parking.
- •Built in 1971
- •78 Units/2 Stories
- •Laundry Facilities
- •Controlled Access
Fitness & Recreation
- •High Speed Internet Access
- •Air Conditioning
- •Smoke Free
- •Cable Ready
- •Hardwood Floors
- •Crown Molding
Office Hours At Citronia Landmark Apartments
Today's Hours: 9 AM to 5 PM
Apartment Reviews at Citronia Landmark Apartments
A bit of the city in the burbs
Very well groomed and maintained, especially the beautiful courtyard with lemon tree outside my living-room window. It's a large complex with an intimate feel, being divided into the pool section and the garden section. Right in the middle of the burbs, but next to all kinds of entertainment.
Great Location & Quiet Neighborhood but Terrible Management
I am a current resident of Citronia Landmark but will be moving out soon due to the terrible office manager, Bobby. She has been nothing but rude since day 1, as soon as we put down the deposit. The first meeting was very sweet and courteous but as soon as money was exchanged and we couldn't withdraw, things became very sour. Maintenance would take at least a few days to fix anything and when we approached her she'd throw a fit and tell us she can't do anything. Once we went 3 days without a working shower because the maintenance guy was off for the weekend. Another time it took 2 days for a broken toilet and then 4 days without hot water. We supposedly have a no smoking policy that she constantly violates. The list goes on... Aside from the terrible management, the complex is actually quite pleasant. The building itself is old but it's clean and well maintained. It's located across from CSUN so you have access to a lot of shops and restaurants. It's very quiet at night since it's 500m away from the main street and next to a bunch of single family homes. It's a nice place to live but having to deal with Bobby once every few weeks is a few times too many for my family to handle. I don't want to continue exposing them to her negative vibes any longer.
Long-time tenant - No improvements
When I first moved in, these apartments were beautiful. After living here for over 10 years, unless something major breaks, they refuse to update things like the carpet, floors, paint, etc which they do every time short-time tenants move out. They also take forever to replace lights making security a major problem.
City - Northridge
Northridge sprawls across the western portion of the San Fernando Valley with wide streets, shopping malls and a large university. Even with Cal State Northridge containing a student population over 38,000, the community still has a strong presence, mostly made up of middle-class families.
Most people know Northridge as the epicenter of the 1994 earthquake that caused destruction across Los Angeles. The area took over a decade to recover from the damage.
The neighborhood contains many primary thoroughfares spaced a half mile apart. The first paved road into Northridge, Reseda Boulevard, serves as the heart of the community.
Northridge lies 25 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles and two miles south of Highway 118, giving residents east-west access across the San Fernando Valley.
Charter Elementary School
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