I lived at the apartment since 2016 completing my master's degree. At the beginning of my stay with prior management, I had a good experience. Despite all the challenges most everything was taken care of. Right before my lease was about to end, the neighbor above me leaked his toilet into my apartment twice. The second time was a nightmare. My smoke detector was drenched in toilet water and would not turn off. Maintenance came and took the detector out on a Saturday and put in a new one. They left me in sewage water the entire weekend until Monday and never put in a dehumidifier until Tuesday. Then they only kept the dehumidifier in my apartment for a day.
I let them know I am a thyroid cancer survivor, and they did not seem to understand the severity of someone with an autoimmune disorder breathing in mold and living in sewage. The new management that took over in 2019 is not very considerate of residents. They sprayed my apartment with some nasty organic spray. It was ineffective, and the ceilings were not replaced properly. Even with legal help, the management did not seem to care and kept sending me letters the attorneys could not read. I could smell mold in the apartment when my windows were closed.
My bathroom had a mouse in it that they trapped and killed. My outdoor light was never fixed. Management told me they fixed the neighbors toilet and they never did. Trash built up outside my apartment all the time. The location is excellent, and the apartment was pleasant from 2016-2018. I called the city to let them know how I was treated, and they were appalled. I was an excellent tenant and always paid my rent on time. Despite the vendor's damage and the neighbor above me, I had improved the apartment. When I moved in nothing was cleaned or painted, the dryer wasn't in set up correctly with hot air entering the laundry room, and there was mold from a big leak in my storage closet. All of this was taken care of since prior management and maintenance always too
Nice location right next to UNCC. Staff was friendly and helpful.
I would live in this apartment complex if I was attending UNC Charlotte as it is right next to the school. However the building looks old and unkept. There appeared to be enough parking for everyone living in the vicinity, but the apartment buildings itself looked crowded and small. It would be difficult for animals and live in this apartment complex due to the lack of space. Overall I would not live in these apartments if I had a choice.
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