Imagine the luxury of the finest amenities at your fingertips, living among the best shopping, dining, and entertainment the Orland Park has to offer. Ninety7Fifty on the Park is where all you've imagined becomes a reality. Life just got simpler. Located in the heart of the city, we're minutes away from world-class shops and restaurants, with convenient access to transit hubs. It's the simple things that set us apart.
Never called me back.
I have now lived here for eight months and I honestly couldn't be too much happier. Maintenance hasn't been significant and the issues I have had were repaired quickly and with updates. The complex is kept very clean and hospitable and the office staff is very friendly and accommodating. Training room, laundry and dishwasher in unit, and a parking garage make this feel like a hotel instead of an apartment building. I have read reviews about garbage piling up in garage and halls, building damage that goes unrepaired for weeks on end, and rude and disrespectful office and tenants. I have N O T experienced any of these problems in my eight months here.
The building itself is wonderful. My apartment and the amenities within the building are fantastic. The proximity to the train station is perfect. The maintenance department here takes care of issues that I submit tickets on within 2 days. The issue that I have is at some of the residents do not respect or understand that this is an upscale building. They leave garbage in the hallways, shoes outside their doors, they don't respect the rules. It puts a damper on an otherwise positive situation
Overall, my experience at Ninety7Fifty has been excellent. The apartments themselves are beautiful - the granite counters, the dark wood cabinets, the (laminate) wood flooring. The fitness center is a plus. Downsides are the hours of the pool and screening room. It's a shame that night swimming is not allowed, and you have to start a movie in the screening room by 7 if you want to finish before the area closes.
I understand why the Aqua Room policies were changed; I can still hear the late-night party going on in my mind. But to limit the Aqua Room to four visitors and to allow no parties or family get-togethers is ridiculous. That was, as I was told when I moved in, supposed to be one of the benefits of this apartment complex, and it was one of the main reasons I moved here. If I do move eventually, that will mostly likely be the main reason for the move.