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Come SEE the new Columbia Pointe in Columbia! Conveniently located, we are near shopping, dining, entertainment and only 20 minutes from Baltimore. Our community features a 24-hour fitness center and a swimming pool with a large sundeck. Don't miss this opportunity to live in the highly desirable area of Columbia MD named by Money Magazine as having the top schools in the country and among the nation's leading areas for economic growth.
Lease terms are variable. Please inquire with property staff. Pet Policy: $40.00 pet rent. $500.00 non-refundable pet fee. Restrictions: Any mixes of the following breeds are not permitted: Rottweiler, Dobermans, Chows, Pit Bulls and German Shepherds. If the Management Office determines your pet to be aggressive, your pet may not be allowed in our community. Breed Restrictions Apply
Always a great crew, great non-stressful experience! I've never had a maintenance crew respond to what-ever needs to be done. And today with the snow? There they where, all day long making sure the snow is being cleared from our walkways. From the office, to the gal who cleans the floors, they are the best! Thanks so much, please give them all a raise.
I feel at home at Grand Pointe Apartments. I lived here for two years prior to my moving in,but was sharing with a friend. I decided to get an apartment for myself,and was searching for a while,but when i came to tour Grand Pointe,i told the consultant that i am coming back to make Grand Pointe my new home. It has only been three months,but i am sure i made the right decision. Thank you for having me here,
Everything is falling apart day by day & not worth the money
The property is central to a lot of what Columbia has to offer and comes with their own amenities. I became a tenant two years ago, when it was Grand Pointe. It is now Columbia Pointe and complete with a new staff and new changes, which most of them I am pretty pleased with, thus far.
To start, the installation of lights around the area is a big help. Coming home to a full, dark parking lot, and looking for parking, was not necessarily deemed the safest. Since I mentioned parking, I am sure most people are not keen on paying for parking, neither was I. However, I appreciate the new rules put in place regarding parking (i.e., # of cars per household and passes). This idea really helped as it opened up some space for paying tenants.
I also want to speak on the staff. I am usually the tenant that just want to pay my rent and be in peace. It wasnt until I had an incident that pushed me to talk to the office. They were understanding of the situation and spoke to the party involved and eventually the situation was resolved. Surely I expected an attitude (because at this point, mine was prevalent, and I thought my issue would not be looked at seriously), but they were stoic in their approach.
In a property with so many different faces, it feels good to be greeted and called by your name. One person in particular is Lynette (I hope I spelled her name correctly). She will take the time to get to know you and treat you like family. Chat with her if youre considering.
I end with saying that there is most certainly a difference between the old property (Grand Pointe) and the new. However, some of the same type of tenants remain, which can bring the energy of this positivity down. Not all tenants are good tenants, but the staff and changes to the area help greatly.
Always offer excuse for service tickets, does not address emergency issues, regardless of health concerns