A lavish renovation has transformed this early 20th century property, originally home of the Gotzian Shoe Company, into a modern day living landmark! Youll find that each apartment home at Parkside has unique, one of a kind features that are sure to fit your style. Whether it be the exposed brick walls and timbered beams that are part of the original structure, the lofty 14 foot ceilings and arched windows, or the unique built in features. We are confident youll be happy making The Parkside your home!
12 month leases. Pet Policy: Cats and Dogs allowed. No breed or weight restrictions. $250 deposit, $250 non-refundable deposit. $35 rent per animal/month. Call for details.
Since residents are allowed to smoke in their apartments, sometimes the hallways really smell like smoke. It is also a challenge to get into your storage locker, since you have to use a group key and aren't allowed to have or buy one. Otherwise, I'm quite happy. The management is very nice, reasonable, and is usually able to accommodate any request. Questions or inquiries are answered or taken care of in a timely manner, as well as maintenance requests.
It is frustrating that the elevator for the building seems to be out of order at least once a month. Maybe spending the money to upgrade it would be a good long term investment instead of having to fix it monthly. Management is quick to respond to questions and concerns.
The mgr is awesome and a pleasure to work with-in fact I've had positive experiences with everyone in the office and maintenance. The only complaint I have is that after they upgraded my apartment last year I was presented with a new lease with a rent increase of 120.00. I rec'd NO written notice that this was going to happen and the in-force lease did not have a clause stating that I would be required to re-do my lease at mgmt's will. I doubt that was legal but did not pursue
Elevator had a lot of problems, was stuck in it for 30 min and no one called to say sorry. When the windows were being redone it took over 6 weeks and they seem poorly done. Staff has always been pleasant to speak to. Rent has increased more than what the place is worth
I liked the building before they did the remodeling in the entry.
The d'cor is now trendy modern cheap looking and it doesn't match very well with the identity of the building...being historic and turn of the century.
They cheaped it up!