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In some neighborhoods, eclectic living is the norm. Reynoldstown in Atlanta is one of those places and there, youll find Station R urban apartments designed for forward-thinking professionals who look at life in a different light. Live in this funky, fun community and youll be right where five of the most flavorful A-Town neighborhoods meet, surrounded by BBQ joints, bohemian hotspots, hang-out haunts and anywhere else that caters to those with a strong, independent existence. Sound like the place for you? Schedule your tour today!
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My husband and I are in our second lease term with StationR. Having considered moving and touring other nearby complexes, we honestly felt that nothing was quite like this place. From the amenities and the friendly staff to the maintenance workers, we have been pleased by the overall experience. I think you will find this apartment offers a variety of choices to suit you budget and needs and gives you an abundance of resort-style amenities. We truly love where we live!
Station R is a great environment to live in. Everyone is friendly and talkative, and my dog especially loves the dog spa!
Great location, great apartments and awesome amenities. I lived in a high rise in Vegas on the strip and Station R has better amenities and units are 100 times better. So far it is well worth the money.
I love the building. It's quiet, convenient, clean, and friendly. I have only lived here for one month but the move in process was smooth and living here has been great so far. I had one issue in my apartment and the building fixed it bright and early the day after I reported it.
Moved in when the building 1st opened last Sept. The 1st break in happened less than a month after the move in date. I was home and saw the ppl in the hallway try to open the door for at least 15 seconds. All men, at least 4. In plain clothes and obviously not employees. I opened the door and they literally ran off.
Management was informed and said it was maintenance. She said they were testing the key? Yet the keys are programmed at a remote location downstairs. The beginning of the onslaught of lies commences. The building is gated and secure. The only way to gain access is through an electronic key administered to you by those in the leasing office.
While here, the apartment was broken into over 9 times. All of these random individuals were given access keys. Who gave them the access key? The sad employees of the leasing office.
I had my mail stolen from the mailroom. I contacted USPS, they confirmed they delivered the mail inside of the box (2 small packages). I call the leasing office and they don't have it; haven't seen it. I call the next day, I get attitude. I call the next day, I'm hung up on. Okay. I call the postal inspector and they contact Station R. Miraculously the packages are found IN the leasing office after the inspector contacts them (although they were originally delivered inside of the mailbox).
Harassment was constant. And very bizarre. To the extent a couple of the employees just straight up made up lies, I'm assuming to create an uncomfortable living situation? No clue what the motive was. No clue what the harrasment was about. Other than they just felt some sort of faux power by doing this to someone they felt threatened by. Don't know any of these ppl, new to Georgia from Nor Cal but the rudeness and unprofessionalism was ridiculous.
Some ppl will overlook that but classlessness really degrades a property. And while you think you're getting away with this kind of behavior now, karma finds you when you least expect it.