The apartments are very nice. Community center is phenomenal! But there is dog poop every where! The worst part is month to month charges, if you don't want to renew the lease. I paid $700 extra on month to month. I have not seen this any where, even not in California. By the way the bell flat irons company don't say anything on what are the month to month rent increase on the lease, so that they can exploit! I am not sure why there is no government control on what these companies can charge extra on month to month charges! To me $700 extra is outrageous and that too in a pandemic time!! I recommend everyone to ask for month to month charges being specified in the lease. Otherwise get ready for bitter shock at the move out!!!
The leasing agents will probably do a great job about telling you how wonderful it is to live here. In reality, when you do move in, you'll start to see the truth about Bell Flatirons.
Take a walk around the community and look closely. The roads are not paved and show signs of damage from the winters, there's dog excrement riddled throughout the community, and water floods the streets from mismanaged sprinklers.
Outside of the many other observable problems, the one you may not see right away is the constant difficulty dealing with the property management office. Katie, the GM has clearly lost her passion for her job. You can see it emanating to her other employees as they are often rude and angry about having to help you. I called for a service request for a clogged sink one time and was told, "Well, sink's don't just clog themselves!" This attitude comes from the top and rolls all the way down to you, the resident. Pray to your god that you don't have any major service requests while you live there.
There's also no proactivity. If you do have a major request, be prepared to act as a project manager. Because if you don't call and beg to get things done, you'll be placed on the back burner. You have to make suggestions about follow up proactive actions to take to remediate why you need a service request in the first place. Do you have time for that?
All in all this has been a terrible experience. Look around the internet and you'll see numerous bad reviews and 2/3 star ratings. There's a reason for this and if you chose to actually move in here I hope you have a lot of patience.
Excellent, professional service.
If you have a ton of money and a ton of patience youll love it here. Dont try to order any food because no one will be able to find your apartment the address system is so screwed up in the building are numbered wrong. They offer a lot of things but when its time to get them it falls through a lot and when you complain they make you feel like youre at fault. The amenities are decent but the people in the leasing office are just plain old mean.
If you like to have cell phones dont count on any quality service here you will constantly see people walking along the parking lot with their phones in the air trying to get service. Youre luckier to get Wi-Fi. And the Wi-Fi isnt very good either because there are so many apartments with Wi-Fi thats yours will get lost in the mix.
And I dont know if its Broomfield or Boulder or what but the people are not friendly. If youre a fan of staying to yourself and not saying hello to you neighbor and not even knowing the name of your neighbor this is the place for you. If youre secretive person and you dont want to talk to anybody then this place is for you. If you have a problem with the neighbors, too bad no one will care.
It is not a good community to live in and I cannot wait to get out but Im locked in a lease.
For the most part, I've enjoyed Bell Flatirons. I like our apartment, the area, and the new finishes our apartment has. I wish they had been more clear about the partial "mountain view" this particular unit has; we were promise pictures, and we never received them. We also pay extra to barely see mountains--that's a little frustrating to me. It's also hard to get in touch with people when I have a question about the complex.
Bell Flatirons Apartments lies along the foothills, and sits adjacent to Autrey Reservoir, with a beautiful backdrop of the Boulder Flatirons mountains. Formerly known as Horizons at Rock Creek, Bell Flatirons features a comfortable location that plays host to breathtaking views and stunning landscapes, as well as fine dining, entertainment and shopping. With newly upgraded studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartment floorplans to choose from, you'll find the new upscale home that best suits your lifestyle at Bell Flatirons. Superior apartment living truly is superior. Located conveniently between Boulder and Denver, residents of Superior have every imaginable amenity within easy reach. Both cities offer an abundance of activities, shopping, cultural opportunities as well as national employers. Denver is home to a world class aquarium and one of the nation's most popular zoos. Sports fans will enjoy watching professional NFL, MLB and NBA teams play. The Denver area is also home to some of the State's largest Employers including The University of Colorado-Boulder, Lockheed Martin Space Systems, Colorado State University, Children's Hospital Colorado, Level 3 Communications Inc. and the Denver International Airport. Founded in 1896, Superior's economy was originally rooted in coal mining. In fact, the town was named for its superior quality of the mineral. Superior's great economy means a healthy tax base, enabling the city to properly maintain its grounds and fund city improvements. Employment opportunities are plentiful for those in the engineering and life sciences fields. Not only is unemployment low, but the sales tax is less than in most other places in Colorado. The air quality is (dare we say it) superior and the average temperature is a comfortable 74 degrees. An apartment in Superior makes it easy to take advantage of cultural centers in both Boulder and Denver. Boulder is less than a 10 minute drive from your new Superior apartment home, making it easy to stop by the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art where you'll be privy to the latest exhibitions. Head in the opposite direction and stop in at the Center for Performing Arts at Larimer Square in Denver. Home of the Denver Dance Company, you can catch all kinds of entertainment there including Broadway shows and plays. For those that dabble in theatre, there are acting classes held in the educational center. There's another reason why residents choose an apartment in Superior. A recent study from Nerd
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