Garden Park is a stunning apartment community located on 10 acres in Fayetteville, Arkansas. It is 1/2 mile from the University of Arkansas and close to the downtown square. The community offers entirely renovated one, two, and four bedroom apartment homes featuring, fully equipped kitchens with stainless steel appliances, two-sink bathrooms, washer-dryers, and private patios or balconies. Some units have fireplaces. The community features an Olympic-sized pool with spa, fully equipped fitness center, lighted tennis court, modern clubhouse, basketball court, and sand volleyball court.
3-12 month lease (additional fees for short term leases)<BR>Rental rates based per apartment not per bedroom<BR>$45 per person<BR>$100 admin
I love this community! I have moved around so much the past few years and am happy to say that I will be at Garden Park for a long time. The staff knows everyone by name and it's obvious that they genuinely care.
office staff is super friendly and helpful excellent location near campus; great place for students
Will take you for everything youre worth
Will charge you late fees even though it is there fault. They are terrible at communication. Do not live here!!!
My 415 square foot, 1 bedroom Garden Park apartment was my first time living on my own. From the time I got on the waiting list in Fall 2016 to my move out in Spring 2018, it has changed management 3 times. I've only dealt with the latter two, but neither have been very supportive or great communicators. For instance within my first month, a simple electrical issue required 3 maintenance requests, involving a phone call during my work hours and a hand-drawn diagram of the issue. Also, to have my lighting replaced I must pay for the bulbs before they do the install, hence I've paid for and replaced 9 bulbs myself. My second summer here, I returned to my apartment mid afternoon, parked my car, and found a note dated 3 days earlier stating the parking lot would be resurfaced without dates specifying when stuck in my apartment door. A few hours later, when I tried to leave my apartment I found a note attached to my car window saying it could not be moved for 4 days and the lot had been resurfaced. Most recently, I was mid shower when my water pressure suddenly decreased to nothing but a sprinkle. I completed the shower, called the office, and learned maintenance decided to do an impromptu shut off from mid morning to mid afternoon without warning. The complex is quiet and fairly close to the University of Arkansas, but not worth the frustration of dealing with poor management. I recommend making the financial sacrifice to pay for somewhere with better management. I know I wish I had.