DWELL at Nona Place is Southeast Orlando's newest luxury apartment community. Residents will enjoy the beautiful views of Lake Whippoorwill from our observation dock, a 10,000 square foot clubhouse with high-tech athletic club and a distinctive collection of one, two, three bedroom apartments and three bedroom townhomes.
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My stay at Dwell was ok but not the luxury experience for sure - they will try to get every dime out of you - they are trying to bill me an entire month of rent in penaltys because I did not give proper notice to vacate even though I told them I wouldnt renew, signed the online notice, and wrote an email stating that I would leave before renewal is due. I dropped off my keys with a representative and she told me im cleared and everything is good. I said is there anything else you need, she said no have a good holiday- 2 months later I get an email from Wil saying that I owe them $1290.93 Based on a technicality of not letting them know 60 days ahead - why wait that long to email me ? And why wasnt I made aware of this when I signed the discharge papers ? Anyway, I did tell them Im leaving - Wil threatened to send this fake bill to collections - if you pay everything they tell you and you pay everything up to date and you deep cleaned your apartment before you left - you are a great and honest tenant that they think they can take advantage of but not me ! Im willing to go to court - dont let this happen to you !
Within the past two months, we have seen two cars have their wheels stolen (including ours) in the complex. After speaking with the management about it when it happened to us, they simply told us that they are not responsible and we were on our own. Of course, residents should ultimately be responsible for their vehicles and property, however Dwell should at the very least make some effort to make their complex safe for their residents. It seems like they turn a blind eye to what is going on in the area and fail to adapt in order to make the community safer for their residents. With the increase in this kind of activity in and around the area, who knows what will happen next at Dwell with no gate, security cameras, or management and/or maintenance workers that actually care about our safety. This will likely not be the last we see of these crimes and look forward to moving out the day our lease ends to a community that we can feel safe in.