Now leasing for Fall 2018! -
Our premier complex, the Enclave, has the perfect location in Gainesville! Pronounced "on-clave", it is a French word meaning "a unique dwelling distinct from the territory that surrounds it". We stayed true to this definition by providing all our residents with a unique living experience through our unyielding customer service and fabulous amenities. Our community is pet-friendly and includes enticing amenities, such as a state-of-the-art 24-hour gym, beach-entry pool with volleyball and poolside bar and grill, lakeside hammocks, and much more. The property has two entrances, one off of SW 35th Place as well as on Old Archer Road. The Enclave is right down the street from Shands, UF and Butler Plaza. Come experience this upscale apartment community that is defining the good life and find out why so many of your friends have already chosen to live with us.
Great environment. Feel safe. Good location.
I've only had minor issues with the condition of my apartment. I wish they were cleaned more thoroughly before I moved in, but I like the Enclave and its staff. It's been a great living experience here.
I would not recommend this apartment complex to anyone!! The staff is very RUDE and UNHELPFUL. They generally do NOT assist you with any inquiries. Managers are even more unpleasant than the leasing specialists! Coffee supplies are not replenished often and it is occasionally noisy as there are multiple parties by the pool. When the company is replacing furniture at the start of the academic year, they work well into the hours of the night with no consideration for residents that may want to sleep. These updates should be done during business hours. The walls are very thin so it is easy to hear residents in other apartments. Staircases are not cleaned regularly and they do not enforce the towing policy which results in residents sometimes unable to find parking.
I have enjoyed living here and feel very safe. The amenities are updated. There are Free Food Fridays and Breakfast on Tuesdays. UF transportation is available at several places within the complex. I have realistic expectations and the Enclave staff is always there to help. The only negative are the neighbors, but honestly that is based on how one is raised and not the complex.
Within the last year
1.) When we first moved into the enclave (2 years ago), we signed our lease and then realized that we started school a week after. They would not work with us at all and we had to live in a hotel for a week only to find out our apartment had been ready the entire time.
2.) We get in our apartment and realized the carpets had not been cleaned and the walls had not been painted, etc. We painted our own walls and asked the front desk if they could clean the carpets. They said yes but kept not showing up. Finally, we cleaned the carpet ourselves because we got sick of getting the run-around.
3.) When we resigned our lease last year, we asked if they could please clean the carpets this time. They said yes, and then again didn't show up when they were supposed to. I got pretty angry and went downstairs, and they were very nice and finally accomplished the task. This was over a year late, however.
This year has by far been the worst, and I am very upset that I resigned. It may not happen again.
1.) We moved in and I had to get the glass fixed on my car which messed up the sticker I had on my car. I asked them for a new sticker, but they refused to give it to me until I had the old one. This was a little difficult considering I didn't have my car at the time. That night when I got my car back, I attempted to find parking, but because it was a game weekend, there was no visitor parking anywhere in the complex, so being that it was very late at night, I parked normally because I live here, and what else could I do with my car. My car got towed at 5 am that morning. I didn't feel that I should pay for that for the obvious reasons. I mentioned it to someone in the front desk when I went in to pick up a package and the person didn't even show an ounce of care or worry in the matter.
2.) My roommate and I are veterinary students both over the age of 25, we are not crazy kids, we take care of our apartment...honestly, we are the kinds of residents I am sure y