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Arrive Perimeter is centrally located in the Perimeter in Atlanta, GA, making it convenient to visit the areas finest restaurants, shopping, and entertainment destinations. Within one mile of Perimeter Mall and the Dunwoody Transit Station, the community also offers easy freeway access to I-285 and GA 400. The entire community evokes a relaxed but social atmosphere with a centrally located clubhouse where you can enjoy a dip in the sparkling swimming pool, play racquetball, or exercise in the fully equipped fitness center. The spacious one, two, and three-bedroom floor plans are well designed to offer all the comforts of home. Our homes include upgraded interiors, fully equipped kitchens with refrigerators, dishwashers, and microwaves, and covered parking options. Arrive Perimeter is a pet friendly community, welcoming both cats and dogs with only a few breed restrictions
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Very bad maintenance... Nobody respond to emergency maintenance requests. Also hardly they receive your call. This is very old building with frequent leaks.
DO NOT LIVE HERE!!!!!!!! CATASTROPHIC LEAKS AND WAS TOLD THAT THE APARTMENT WAS LIVABLE. IF WE NEEDED A HOTEL WE COULD PAY FOR IT AND REIMBURSED IN A MONTH! WE ARE STILL WAITING TO GET BACK IN OUR APARTMENT. WE NOW HAVE ROACHES AND THE A/C WAS BROKEN FOR 3 DAYS DURING THE LEAK SO THE UNIT IS HUMID AND WARM. A FULL TRANSCRIPT OF OUR INTERACTION IS LISTED BELOW. THE CASE IS ONGOING.
August 5th Put in request for ongoing leak growing spot on my living room ceiling
September 27th- put in another request for the spot on my ceiling. The leak in the hallway stopped but the spot was still present, the leak in the living room was steadily growing and the ceiling was crumbling
October 2nd 10:30pm - Husband and I noticed 3 baby roaches in our kitchen living room and bathroom
October 2nd 10:30pm- HVAC stopped working, apartment was warm and humid
October 3rd 6:20am- my husband and I woke up to a sound of a leak in our kitchen coming from the fire sprinkler, also noticed the leak in the hallway from the same spot as the original complaint on August 5th
October 3rd 6:26am called and left emergency message for emergency maintenance the leak was rapidly spreading from 1 to 3 active leaks
October 3rd 6:31am- Received a call from maintenance supervisor, he said that our request would be our their first work order
October 3rd 7:15am leaks have spread to the throughout the bathroom including the light fixture and throughout the kitchen and hallway and living room
October 3rd 7:20am maintenance supervisor stopped by to take a look at the apartment and quickly left to assess unit 1205 for the leak
October 3rd approximately 9:45am leaks subsided, maintenance supervisor told us that the leak and the ceiling would be repaired by the end of the day
October 3rd approximately 10:15am spoke with the leasing agent and made them aware of the HVAC not working and the roaches as well, was told there would be maintenance request submitted
This place has really gone down!! When my lease is up I'm out.....looking for a new place in the new year!
This property has suffered significantly since new management took over. They are focused solely on cosmetic changes in an effort to increase rents but do not seem to be, in my experience, responsive to existing tenants. In the last couple of months, there has been high maintenance staff turnover and horrible customer service. In addition, there have been major disruptions in use of services for which we are paying rent - inadequate parking, no security gate half the time, trash everywhere, dog waste stations unstocked, gym is unusable (not just due to construction but because equipment is broken and they did not repair it even before they started renovating the gym). They use the renovation as an excuse not to take care of the routine stuff and seem OK with existing tenants moving out in dissatisfaction with the hope to have new tenants move in paying higher rents and not knowing they are getting less for their money than what used to be here. In short, there are too many better choices in the neighborhood for the money that are not only welcoming but tenant friendly.