The Crest Apartments invites you to visit our beautiful apartment community in Carrboro, North Carolina, where you will find modern and affordable apartments in a convenient Carrboro/Chapel Hill location. We are right off of Highway 54 and only minutes from I-40 and Highway 15-501. We are located on the Chapel Hill busline and less than 2 miles from UNC hospital and schools.
Our community offers one and two bedroom floorplans in a variety of styles. Our upgraded homes have undergone extensive makeovers in the kitchens and baths which include stainless steel appliances, new countertops, cabinetry, track lighting, and hardwood floors.
Our residents enjoy our huge contemporary clubhouse which features billiards as well as a big-screen TV with seating area. Our community also boasts an indoor heated pool, fully-equipped fitness center, indoor racquetball court, sports court, and BBQ picnic areas. Call today for a personalized tour of our community!
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I have only lived here for a few weeks, but I have to say that the staff is some of the best! They have always been polite, and have resolved any issues that I may have had.
I've only been here a month ,so far its been ok...as for management wonderful & very respectful
Live here if you like a messy community and bugs.
My wife and I moved in about a month ago. So far the experience have been good, the staff is extremely good and have full knowledge of their work. They are also very helpful with any issues that we might be facing. I would recommend this place.
DO NOT move in here.
Huge bug infestation in their buildings that they do not take care of despite many tenants informing them.
Rude, unhelpful management. Office workers are NOT trained on leasing agreements!
When I was getting ready to move out, I went to the office to inform the workers I was not renewing my lease, the office worker told me everything was okay after I asked her if she needed anything else from me. When I kept receiving renewal notices I called the office again to tell them, and, once again, they told me that I was good and nothing else was needed. Since I kept receiving emails, I went to talk to the property manager and she informed me that I had to give written notice and will be charging me $900 EXTRA dollars despite me giving them plenty of warning that I was not renewing.
The property manager refused to help with the situation despite the lack of training they give their workers. It seems like they're just looking for ways to take your money and are not at all helpful.