What more could you ask for? Our boutique style mixed-use community offers the best of both worlds, upscale retail and restaurants with state of the art amenities all within steps of Emory University, Emory Hospital, CDC, and convenient access to Druid Hills and Decatur.
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Do yourself a favor and do not move here. My kitchen drawers won't open (after they have been "fixed"), the outside grills have been broken for over a year, and the parking situation is a nightmare. Don't plan to have any guest over without having to pay for them to visit. You can get a 48 hours guest pass by checking one out at the leasing office (pain) on a first come first serve basis so you better hope you get lucky. If you keep it longer you get charged $50 A DAY! The leasing agents come off nice until you have an issue and then they do their best job to not help you out. You get stuck in your lease and they can and will charge you for everything. The complex itself is nice but new managment and listening to the residents wants would help this place out. The price you pay to live here does not reflect the quality.
So far so good. This has been the best apartment experience I have had in the Atlanta area. The staff is knowledgable, friendly and attentive. The grounds are well kept and staff presence is excellent. Nearby shopping, restaurants, and community ammentities add great value to this community.
Perfect! All the staff are professional and very responsive to any issues. The leasing team is extremely friendly and are always helpful in any way.
I love the convenience to shops, restaurants, groceries, and salons! I couldn't ask for a better location and safer community. Gables Emory Point is a must-live place for Atlanta Young Professionals
I have lived in this nicely-kept property, thanks so much to the excellent on-site maintenance team, for four years, enjoyed it, but decided to move out in the end of this lease term mainly due to all kinds of unbearable noise problems: constant roof-shaking noise from the industrial vantilator belonging to the restaurants downstairs, loud music broadcasting from the windows of partying residents from time to time, all-day-long barking of a dog next door, and floor-shaking sound from the neighbors who like playing video games with excellent home theater speakers in the early hours. Numerous noise complaints have been filed, clearly documented (thanks to the security officers who have always been swift to respond to calls and put my complaint into record), but no real-effective actions have taken place to stop the same problem from recurring. My patience has finally run out, so it's time for me to move out.