I like what i see i would like to know when are you going to have something ready for move in?
There are a lot of issues, some minor, that add up to give Riverfront a laughable image:
Elevators were down too frequently resulting in extremely long wait times. Someone got stuck in one of them for over an hour.
Tower 200's "automatic" door required me to press the handicap button to open.
Re-painting and work done to the hallways did little to improve their aesthetics - waste of money.
During the re-painting, we were asked to leave the door cracked open. That's asking us to put a lot of trust in a management that's not very trustworthy (see #1).
Apartment door automatically locks when closed. If that's a security feature, OK, but lock yourself out outside of office hours and you're charged $40 (forty).
Upon move-in, the cable outlet was not in the living room.
Paper fliers posted to each unit door are a waste of paper and an archaic mode of communication when we have e-mail. They post quite often.
They charge your visitors a parking fee. Management's response: Riverfront's monthly parking fee for residents is far lower than that of other Detroit apartments - poor explanation. If I were still a resident, I would prefer a slight increase in my monthly parking fee over seeing my friends and guests pay to visit me.
If you bring home a car that's not registered with them (rental, work car, etc), you'll get charged $10 per night.
I reserved the freight elevator by phone two weeks in advance of my moving out. I arrive with a truck and they say it's not reserved. Even on my last day, Riverfront did not fail to disappoint.
Clearly, they look for every opportunity they could possibly think of to charge you some kind of fee. Even with that, and $1 million dollars spent in the past year, they don't seem to know how to use the money wisely.
View is nice. Grocery store is convenient.
I've been living at Riverfront Towers for almost 3 years. I was thinking of moving but when I looked, I realized this was the best place in downtown Detroit. Other communities charge much more for parking and rent. There were a ton of changes over this last year and I love the new office staff.
Very nice apartments
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