SMART TV MOVE IN SPECIAL! For a limited time only, receive a brand new 50" Smart TV upon move in! Specials subject to approved credit, new residents only, additional restrictions and details may apply.
We have completely re-imagined and redesigned our community to create a modern and inspiring space to call home in LosAngeles. Aspen Apartments is a collection of renovated studio, one, and two-bedroom apartment homes fully loaded with Quartz counter tops, brand new stainless appliances, and wood-like flooring. We've added plenty of social hangouts throughout - from whimsical pool decks to chef-caliber entertainment kitchens, a state-of-the-art wellness club, and a collaborative co-working space with abundant WiFi. And it's all located within minutes of the Red Metroline, Koreatown, Silver Lake, Hollywood, and Downtown Los Angeles.
Please call to find out about lease terms.<BR><BR>Pet Policy - Max 2 allowed, Rent $50.00, Deposit $500.00. The following breeds will not be accepted : Doberman, Mastiff, Pitt Bull (Staffordshire Terrier, Bull Terrier, American Bulldog), Rottweiler, Chow, Wolf, Great Dane, German Sheppard, Malamutes, Akita, Deer hounds, and Siberian Huskies
READ BEFORE YOU SLEEP! I really really wish I would've paid attention to the reviews on this place before signing a lease here! Yes, the property on the outside looks nice and Yes, the leasing agents will sell you a dream but once you begin to live here is when everything will start to unravel.... Where do I begin. I started in one unit that was filled with roaches and rats daily! The infrastructure in the walls here have so many open holes that all the rats dig through the walls from apartment to apartment. YES! Rats live in the walls Everywhere in both buildings! So when I had enough in my first unit and went to another it was even WORSE! Even more Rats and tons of ANTS! YEs they will schedule an Orkin man to visit to put a bandage on the problem but the Orkin can't fix the walls. Orkin sparks and then all the bugs come back, they ALWAYS come back! I've used mouse traps, ant spray, traps, the whole nine yard and nothing works here.They put a fence on the holes on the walls which are hidden behind your stove and behind drawers in your kitchen but all the mice do dig under them and make new holes. So far I've killed over 10 mice (never seen a mouse before in my life before living here and almost had a heart attack the first time I saw one) and hundreds of ants! Their excuse for the ants is that "it's just summertime". I've never lived in a unit with so many pests. For the price that we pay it doesn't make any sense. Don't get captivated by the covered utilities, this place is a wreck and if they don't fix the infrastructure and these old walls this place will continue to have rodent issues. I have to leave a spider in my room just so it can help me kill all of the pests in this unit. By the way, yes, poop is everywhere here, this place is disgusting. I'm counting down the days for my lease to end and will never look back at this place. Hopefully this is fair warning and for you to live at this property at your own risk! I've seen every single person nearby move!
Cockroaches, Construction, and Rude Management
My husband and I rented an apartment at Emerald Terrace for two months while working on a film project in LA. At first, we were very relieved to have found Emerald Terrace, as there are not many apartments in LA that offer affordable short-term leases.
On the day we moved in, Evan was unavailable, so we signed our lease with the eternally grumpy Melissa and Ashley. Ashley was very impatient with showing us how to use the keys and how to use the laundry. Evan had told us that a key card to the laundry machines would be included in our move-in packet, but when we couldnt find them we asked Ashley who informed us that she had heard several tenants complain that the laundry rooms had been out of key cards for ages. We asked Melissa where we could find the key cards, and she told us to call the facility that manages the machines. We should have assumed at that point that this was what we could expect from Melissa and the management at ET. No sense of ownership or management.
Next up.COCKROACHES! We started to see cockroaches about a week after moving in. An apartment across the hall from us had about 5 notices on the door about extermination, and I even saw several roaches crawl out from under their door. When I alerted Evan about the roaches, he said he would schedule us for extermination, but per the normal, did not follow up, and did not schedule the extermination.
Fast forward a month after we move out to receiving our final bill. Emerald Terrace is trying to charge us for an extra month of rent, for water and trash (which should have been included per our agreement) and $600 for painting an apartment in which we rented for 2 months and had no furniture to scuff up walls, etc. We were only there to sleep. I had a 2000sq foot house painted in Long Beach for $400, so perhaps they would like the name of a good painter.
This is a terrible place to live. There are mice everywhere in the apartments from old to remolded units. You can hear the mice breaking through the walls or cabinets. This place is gross and don't recommend to live there with mice paying more than 2000 dollars.
Paper thin walls. Theyre selling a mediocre apartment for luxury and the justification is the gym, pool, theater, and clubhouse. They charge for theater and clubhouse use. Gym is decent but pools were never filled.
The staff in the leasing office is super friendly and helpful. However the property management still needs some improve... If we can keep everywhere else as clean and fragrant as the Upper level area, it would be great. The interior looks is just not as