As fellow renter, overall the place is very satisfied with helpful community and more to share such a great deal.
Avoid living here at all costs. When I initially moved in, I liked the modern look and the professionalism of management. A few months into my lease, that manager left and the place has since fallen apart. They are probably on their 5th manager of the year and they continually seem to struggle keeping this place from falling apart. In the past few months, my apartment lost hot water on 2 occasions, had a leak in the washing machine that caused a flood in the unit, had a fire on the grill outside as management never cleans them (luckily, a resident grabbed a fire extinguisher before it caught the building on fire), and have coffee machines that they love to show on tours break down for 80% of the year. When my apartment flooded, they provided no communication and I came home to my belongings thrown across the apartment and carpet ripped up with staples sticking out. I thought I had been robbed and it took me reaching out to the manager to find out what happened. They refused to allow me to stay elsewhere and I instead had to live with 2 of the rooms unusable and my stuff all over the bathroom. In addition to managements laziness and overall ineptitude, they love to tack on additional fees to each months rent check and charge service fees for every form of payment. I believe it is very telling of an apartment when multiple people are moving out on the same day, each with the same reason for leaving (management). It may look nice from the outside but they cant seem to get a handle on customer service. You are a rent check and not a resident to them and they will find a way to squeeze every fee they can find out of you. The cherry on top are the petty marked up move out charges that they like to add on to nickel and dime you on the way out. Capitol District Apartments likes to use the term luxury apartment which is very far from the truth. Management lacks customer service and is clearly inept at maintaining this cheaply made complex.
Now Open! Discover: City Living.When you live in the Capitol District Apartments, you can enjoy the energy of the Capitol District - then escape to the comfort of your very own urban retreat. Bold and unique; our apartment community has everything you need and more. With 218 well designed and luxurious rental units, the Capitol District Apartments offer first-class amenities in an unparalleled, truly walkable downtown location. These are only a few reasons why Capitol District Apartments is not only a great place to live, but a great place to call home. Within our pet-friendly community residents can enjoy a state-of-the-art fitness center, outdoor deck, penthouse loft with gourmet kitchen and more.Located in downtown Omaha, with easy access to I-480 and 14th Street, Capitol District is just minutes away from Creighton University, Union Pacific, 1st National Bank, Mutual of Omaha, as well as UNMC and UNO.
Please call for lease terms. <BR><BR>Pets allowed: Up to 2 pets allowed. $300 pet fee 1st pet, $150 2nd pet. $25/mo rent per pet.
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