The Button Lofts are high end new construction off the Monroe corridor. These lofts feature a list of luxury amenities: a European washer/ dryer unit, hardwood floors, exposed brick, immense windows, double vanities, and more.
Each unit is brand new from floor to ceiling and features:
* 13-18 foot high ceilings
* washer/ dryer combo in each loft
* heating and air conditioning (included)
* stainless steel appliances, including range hood
* new hardwood floors
* large, island based kitchens
* double vanities
* exposed brick
* exposed post and beam construction
* sound mitigating construction
* onesite fitness center
* onsite parking
* european style, no-slam cabinets
* fireplaces (in select units)
* central downtown location
one bedroom, two bedroom, two bedroom townhouse, and penthouse units available!
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Beautiful building, conveniently located, I was very impressed with everything.
Apartments are nice, but the housing office is slow to react to maintenance issues. Floors and ceilings are thin so you hear everything that your neighbors are doing. There are a lot of college age kids that live here and the noise is ridiculous.
I lived here for a year and it was a nightmare. The property management is absolutely terrible, unprofessional, and dishonest.
Although the building and apartments look really nice, it's obvious a lot of cheap materials were used and corners were cut. I had several unresolved maintenance issues that were never successfully resolved (for ex. HVAC, leaking ceiling, Washer/Dryer).
I was on the 4th floor and could easily hear both my next door neighbor and especially the person above me. The returning of my security deposit was also an ordeal. They said they sent it several times but then it was revealed they never actually sent it. It took months and constant follow up to finally get it back.
Seriously, don't live here!
Excellent location, terrible management.
Very nice accommodations for a moderately expensive price. Management is extremely slow to respond to questions or problems. They use water watch which will cost at least 20$ a month regardless of water consumption. Seemingly paper thin ceilings and floors. It's very easy to hear your neighbors.