Free microwave on select apartments. (WAC)
At Cheyenne Crest you will find a quality apartment home nestled in a beautiful mountain setting in Colorado Springs. Our affordable one and two bedroom apartments feature full size washer dryer connections along with cozy wood burning fireplaces and large private patios. Our sparkling swimming pool and year round hot tub will be a fabulous luxury and our view will amaze you. Contact our office and let one of our experienced and caring Leasing Professionals assist you in selecting your new home with us. We look forward to hearing from you!
Prices are subject to change based on availability and qualification of applicant. Additional fees may apply OAC. Supplies are limited. Pricing only available on specifically advertising unit and subject to the qualifications of the applicant and OAC.
3-13 Month Leases
2 - 3 bedrooms 1 bath pet friendly
Ground floor or 2 nd floor fplan
Dont move here unless youre fine with paying over BAH for a super basic apartment that sits on a super busy highway plus the potential to get fined for literally everything.
Very money hungry. They come up with random ways to take your money every chance they can. They post a letter on your door saying this day were going to inspect your smoke alarms, fire extinguishers, appliances... ect and if youre not there youre getting fined. What if I had plans? What if Im out of town? Its stupid. Oh, and leave a couple trash bags on your porch to take down later in the day? Fined. Also, we pay for a parking spot and they blocked our spot for weeks for construction and towed my car because I was 10 minutes late to move it and the construction crew hadnt even arrived yet and still charged me that month that I didnt get to use my spot. Lastly, I missed the part in the lease where it says you cant park on the grass. So I simply drove my car onto a small part of the grass in front of my apartment to better help me move stuff out and after only a couple minutes the manager came running up telling me I couldnt do that and thats a $100 fine. I tried to apologize and said Id move it right away but no matter what I said he said hed fine me anyway. I understand I missed that part in the contract but at some point morales and courtesy has to come into play. For such a tiny mistake $100!? Besides all this, the rent is not worth what you get for such a small basic apartment.
Im usually not one to leave a negative review, but these guys earned it.
CC, I hope that $100 for something so petty was worth getting exposed publicly.
COME HERE AS A LAST RESORT.
For the love of god, don't make the same mistake I did by even considering living at this jail of a complex. The owners of this property care about one thing and one thing only: your money. Here's a list of the pros of living at Cheyenne Crest: 1) They allow Alaskan Malamutes (only reason I moved here, and they may not even allow that breed anymore) 2) It's close to Ft. Carson if you're in the military, as basically only service members live there.
Now take a deep breath, cause there's a WHOLE LOT more on the cons list:
1) These people will lie to your face and say whatever it takes to get you to move in, then bleed you dry until you move out. When I first came to tour an apartment at CC, the rep giving me my tour showed me an upstairs apartment, which is what I wanted. She told me that the unit we were touring wasn't the exact same apartment that I'd move into, but that'd it'd be exactly the same layout, configuration etc. as my own. SHOCKER: when I moved into my apartment, not only was it a base level apartment, but CC was kind enough to put me under the absolute worst neighbors of all time. Thankfully the apartment's ceilings are SUPER thin, so I'm lucky enough to hear my upstairs neighbor's barking dog every time he wakes up at 4 in the morning. And don't even get me started on the daily 4:30 am love making sessions that I get a front row ticket to from the couple directly above me. When asking what the price of my 2 BR 2 Bath apartment would be, I was initially told $1025/month. However when I went in to sign my final lease and fill out all my paperwork, my lease had ballooned all the way to $1098/month. When i asked the rep that day why my rent had gone up nearly $75 from the original agreed upon amount, the best answer the rep (Kevin) could give me, was "oh yea sorry, but your paperwork didn't go through our system correctly at first." I asked what he meant by that, and he again just reiterated that the paperwork didn't go through their system correctly when