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.
I just moved in this week and I love this place.My apartment is very alluring. Very Beautiful view of Atlanta. I was lucky to get into a new unit! Although I was happy about this, there were some glitches to that. My first day in the apartment was very graceful. However I had a few issues. It was very late when I settled down in the apartment on the first night. My water was not turned on and none of my sockets worked. I had to wait about 2 hours in order for the maintenance man to come. I didn't go to bed until about 1:30am all because I couldn't take a shower. The maintenance guy was very nice & helpful though! In addition, my fridge also didn't work. I didn't find this out until I went grocery shopping. I went grocery shopping and filled up my fridge. The next day I woke up, my apartment smelled terrible. All the food in my fridge was spoiled. I contacted the concierge desk in order for them to call the maintenance guy. She was NOT HELPFUL AT ALL. I can tell she was new because she clearly didn't know what steps to take in order for my issue to be resolved. Due to the fact that we pay entirely too much money here, At this point, I have every right to be upset with this apartment community because its very disappointing to have recurring issues all within 2-3 days. That is absolutely insane. Moving forward I went downstairs to speak with the managers. YOU WOULDN'T BELIEVE THE PROPERTY MANAGER(JASON) WAS ACTUALLY ARGUING BACK AND FORTH WITH ME. Remind you, Im the one with the issues here and I had every right to be upset with them. Moral is, their communication is terrible and they need more training on customer service because they clearly have none. I definitely wouldn't recommend anyone to come stay here.
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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