Welcome to Tanglewood Terrace Apartments. This is a quaint garden style community, conveniently tucked away just off Route 287. It is close to the New Jersey Turnpike and the Garden State Parkway and within 45 minutes of New York City. Tanglewood Terrace is centrally located near all the local schools. We have four elementary schools, three middle schools, and one high school which received a silver ranking for 2015. Rutgers University is 10 minutes away on Route 18, as well as Robert Wood Hospital. In our immediate local area, there are local restaurants, night time entertainment, shopping centers, and a movie theater. Woodbridge mall and Menlo Park mall is located off of Route 287 South if you enjoy shopping at major department stores. For our four legged furry friends, we have two bark parks located on site. So if you are looking for a place to call home, and enjoy all the conveniences of life, then Tanglewood Terrace Apartments is the place for you, and your family. Let us be your
Lease terms are variable. Please inquire with property staff.<BR>Pet Policy: $80.00 pet rent. $375.00 non-refundable pet fee. Restrictions: Breed Restrictions.
Property Manager is Rude and he dont care about current Resident Concerns.
Parking is Big Problem, Not enough parking and have very few Visitor parking.
Place was a waste of money. Apartment was old and outdated. Outside living was dirty. The staff is rude and always finding ways to make you pay More. I can't say STAY AWAY enough. The older people in the community were rude and nosey as well
I think the parking is a big issue within the community and I think that each apartment should be designated one or two parking spots depending on the amount of residence in each apartment and if they rent a garage.
Two designated, numbered parking spaces per apartment would help with the parking problems, as there are many nights that we arrive home with no parking available anywhere near our apartment, and yet there are plenty of vehicles without parking permits parked in resident spaces. Better communication between the office staff and the residents as far as upcoming work being done around the community is concerned (so as not to intrude on residents' personal space without their prior knowledge, and to avoid damage to residents' property). Also, receiving feedback in a timely manner in regards to concerns/complaints being brought to the attention of the office staff would be great. My fiance and I are not impatient people, however, when it takes months to resolve a problem, and more than one visit to the office to ask about the status of the issue, it becomes a little discouraging.