My roommate and I just moved in, and so far it has been a great experience! Ahmed stepped up to the plate when we had some issues getting our keys, and we are so appreciative of him. The staff is really friendly and willing to answer all of your questions. Facility is clean and well kept. Overall, we are very happy.
The leasing process was phenomenal. Candidly, Ahmad (Residential Specialist) was one of the reasons I decided to lease at this property.
In short, I went and visited almost every other property in the Midtown area. After touring and getting quotes from all the surrounding properties, Sixty 11th came out ahead or was tied for first in every single category. Those results, combined with a great staff, made the decision to lease here a no-brainer.
I have the 3 bedroom apartment at Sixty11 and been here for a few months, I moved from a large house and this is the first time I am living in an apartment and after extensive shopping, I couldnt have chosen a better building. I find the spacious layout is great value for money for a 1700 sq ft apartment with a large common entertaining space, kitchen, and balcony.
While the apartment on its own is great, the best part about living here is that nothing is ever a problem with anyone on the staff. Everyone on the concierge team at the front desk is always smiling and courteous, Jacob and Ahmad in the main office are absolute legends, they are always smiling and super helpful and responsive, nothing is ever an issue with them.
Its a very new building and the amenities are excellent compared to every other building I looked at, two large community rooms, a great gym, an excellent pool area, and the loading bay is accommodating and flexible.
I havent met an unhappy or unfriendly resident, everyone is very welcoming and many have lived here since the building opened, which is a good sign.
The car parking is well lit, very secure and there is always parking available. There is also secured guest parking.
I love how central it is with tons of restaurants and bars close, a few blocks from the park, Publix down the road, and a massive Wholefoods opening in a few weeks just a block away.
Great building, great people, very central, well priced.
When I was moving in everyone I met assured me I was going to love it here, and they were right! If you want to be in Midtown I highly suggest checking out Sixty11, you really can't do better.
I pay over $3,000 a month to live at Sixty11th. These are three reasons why I would not recommend this building:
1) The trash chute is constantly broken, which means residents have to leave their trash outside of the chute or walk the trash back to their apartment (inconvenient/dirty).
2) The grills out by the pool are consistently dirty. Management does not supply cleaning brushes, nor do the grills get cleaned regularly. I have my own brush, but have recently stopped using the grills all together because they are just gross. Also the grills do not appear to ever get deep cleaned, which means the grills to not function properly anyway.
3) For at least two months, there has been a sign on the loading dock door saying "This door is temporarily out of order...", requiring residents to use a less-convenient door after dropping off recycling. Apparently management has a very broad definition of "temporarily".
If you are apartment shopping, please keep looking beyond Sixty11th. With all the options in Midtown, there is bound to be a better-managed place for you.
I love living at Sixty 11th! Amenities are top notch, my apartment has an amazing view (the south-facing units look toward downtown), and the staff are wonderful.
The location is very walkable with easy access to the Midtown MARTA station, Piedmont Park, Publix, and tons of restaurants & bars. Its on a fairly quiet and very safe street (directly across from the Federal Reserve). Seriously one of the best locations in Midtown. Resident parking is great, and they even have a decent number of free guest spaces - although they can fill up on the weekends. The entire building is also non-smoking (even the apartment balconies) with the exception of one area off the game room - awesome for non-smokers.
While these items don't bother me enough to deduct a star - a few things to note that are less than ideal: No rooftop access (all amenities are on the 6th floor). Stairs are only unlocked on the bottom floor, so even if only going one or two flights you must use the elevator. If you change your phone number, you're going to have to tell the concierge over and over again (I did this about two months ago and they still try to call the old number when guests arrive - it's happened easily 8 or 9 times now).
I definitely recommend checking it out. This community should be on any short list for high-rises in midtown.
Sixty 11th is located at 60 11th Street NE Atlanta, GA 30309 on the corner of 11th Street and Crescent Ave.This New community offers Studio, One, Two and Three bedroom apartments ranging in size from 653 to 1679 sq.ft.Interior Features include engineered hardwood flooring, carpeted bedrooms, tiled bathroom flooring, ceiling fans, floor-to-ceiling windows, glass paneled balconies, quartz countertops, Energy Star stainless steel appliances, stackable front load washer/dryers and large walk-in closets in most apartments. Amenities include rooftop amenity deck with saline swimming pool, in-water tanning ledges, waterfall, pergolas, grilling areas, sports bar and fire places. Amenities include clubroom, game room, 24-hour fitness center and cyber cafe. This new rental community is pet friendly, welcoming both cats and dogs. For details and current specials, contact our office at (404) 592-6011 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Call us for current SPECIALS and SHORT TERM LEASE OPTIONS.
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