Experience luxury living at The Condominium at Williams Centre in Tucson, Arizona. Near the center of it all, this ideal location makes accessing Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, freeways, shopping, and entertainment a breeze. Choose from one of our six spacious one, two, or three bedroom floor plans that will best fit your lifestyle. Each residence is exquisitely designed for convenience and comfort, with nine-foot ceilings, breakfast bar, pantry, full-size washer and dryer, oversized closets, and an intrusion alarm. Amenities in our gated community are abundant so when it's time to relax, enjoy a resort-style heated pool and spa with fountains, ramadas and sunning decks, well-equipped fitness center, multiple landscaped barbecue pavilions and a lavish clubhouse. Visit our photo gallery and see why The Condominium at Williams Centre is the perfect place to call home.
I have had a great experience with C@WC in the past. Compared to other apts and condos, this place is by far the best yet and i am interested in living there again. Hope to be there next month. Thank you
Old appliances 27 years old , high rent , small units no insulation at all high water and.electric bills
No parking. Thin walls. Weed smell. DEPECTIVE LEASING PRACTICES.
I have rented at 5 apartments around town (I like to move around a lot) and I have never come across an apartment complex who does not understand what "six months" is.
April is the leasing agent I talked to and signed my lease with. I told her I wanted a six month lease, the cost sheet I got from her states I have a lease that is six months (starting February 10th). However, I just found out that instead of my lease ending August 10th, it end August 31st. As I has already signed a lease somewhere else (thinking logically that my lease would end SIX MONTHS after 2/10) I now have to pay for two apartments for August. I'm not sure how you can advertise a six month lease that is longer than six months and only have that finer detail in the tiniest print in the lease.
But my experience with The Condominium at Williams Centre has been horrible since I moved in.
The day I got my keys, I went to check out my apartment and the key did not work. I was told that the master key was no where to be found, meaning there was no way to get into my apartment. I had movers coming in an hour, and obviously needed to get into my apartment. Kimberly, who was helping me told me that by the time I was back with my movers, the maintenance person would be there to drill out the lock and let me in. Fast forward an hour, I and my movers are outside my still locked apartment. I called Kimberly and she told me I had to "be patient" because the maintenance person was on his way (even though at this point an hour had passed since we were made aware of the tissue). For twenty minutes, my movers had to unload everything into the hallway until the keys were finally found. I walked in and the carpets were wet. Kimberly seemed unconcerned about the wet carpets or the fact that it took them an hour and a half to open my door.
I never received an apology from the office manager or any sincere apology from any office member.
Neighbors seem to be a problem no matter where you live. This place is no different. Between the barking dogs and constant smell of e-cigarettes and other smoking products., I made the wrong choice again. Also, the electric bill will be extremely high because of Tucson hot weather. The apartment is small but clean and is situated close to stores, restaurants, etc.
In one word TERRIBLE. I highly recommend looking elsewhere. When moving out and you give notice then they loose it and state you never gave them one. This is Not something that anyone needs to deal with.