Welcome to your amazing new life at The Monarch, where an impressive collection of luxury residences combine with an easily-accessible location and an unprecedented line-up of five-star amenities to emphasize a lifestyle filled with energy, convenience, and excitement. Get ready! Your adventure begins here.
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PLEASE DO NOT MOVE HERE! Ever since the new property manager began working here, she has done nothing but harass the tenants here. The management team enters into your apartment without prior notice to "inspect" your apartment whenever they feel convenient to do so, and coincidentally they enter into your home during hours that people normally would be at work. She sends numerous of emails regarding new rules and regulations which are completely annoying. She tries to evict as many people as she can so that she can have her friends and family reside in the building. Dog feces has been inside of the elevator, garage, and in front of tenants apartments. PLEASE LOOK ELSEWHERE!
Overpriced for what it is. Management is largely ineffective for any real issues. Only reason I haven't moved is convenience to Secaucus Junction.
The management always send emails to warn the residents for doing something and rarely sent emails to add fun, wish something, tell good news or excited news that makes you feel you live in a family environmental. The relationship is like a police and a preson or something like that. However, all door men are awesome which they take the most pressure we have from the management office specially the new staff.
-The place is far from luxury . The heating/cooling unit is subpar. Its cheap hotel grade quality. Other luxury buildings have central air. -The trash chute takes long to cycle through the options. You can hear most glass items break by the time they make it down. Its a hassle to haul boxes down to the garage. -Hallways smell like trash. Smell seeps into unit. -The amenities are ok, but ridiculous cost.Terrace should not close for the winter. Pool not open long enough.
Shuttle services should be on a more cosistant basis