Move-in specials for December 2018: Application Fee $25.00, Waived Amenity Fee of $150.00, & Waived Security Deposit of $500.00 . For applicants that complete the application the same day as their initial prospect visit, they will receive $100.00 off their Security Deposit. Pet fees are not included in the special.
Cleveland Crossing is a brand new luxury apartment community which is located in the heart of Garner, just minutes from Clayton and only 10 miles from downtown Raleigh. At Cleveland Crossing, you will have the best of both worlds the intimacy of a small community with the amenities of the city. Our luxury apartments come with high end fixtures, upgraded appliances, and a variety of floor plans to meet your needs. These are all nestled in a delightful community featuring walking trails, a dog park, and a 24 hour fitness center.
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Been here one month and so far so good! Nice quality for apartment and two bedrooms and closets huge. Great storage .and love the granite.
Place and staff is very nice
This was one of the best apartment communities I have ever lived in. The staff are always helpful and you always get notice by email and letter before they go to your apartment and doing maintenance. The apartments are very nice and the emenities are great. I have and would recommend these apartments to anyone moving to the area.-
This place was great when we moved in. But, shortly after things went downhill fast. About 3 months after we moved into a 2-bedroom apartment, the office staff changed. The new staff was rude, would hang up on you if you called with a complaint and didn't have a clue when it came to maintenance. I worked from home and the two times that I needed maintenance, the guy would knock on the door, wait a few minutes, open the door and leave a piece of paper on the floor stating he had completed the work - little did he know that I worked from home and would grab the paper, walk past him and head to the office. He would also leave a notice that he had replaced the air filters but never did. Enough was enough with the noise from a nearby tenant who had 5 children, herself and a revolving door of men living in a 2 bedroom apartment. We even had to fight with management when we were charged a fee for trash removal because the woman would leave her trash bags outside other neighbors doors instead of walking them down to the compactor. It took 2 months for management to catch her in the act. We decided to cut bait after we were taken to court for ejectment three times, claiming we did not pay our rent, and the cases were dismissed when we provided proof of payment (rent was always paid on-time through their online portal, they charged our credit card and never applied it to our account). About a year and a half after moving out, I received a letter from a collection agency for over $3,700 claiming 3-months of unpaid rent and property damage (unpaid rent, I might add, that was paid and proven in court). They claimed they had to replace the carpet due to pet stains and that a dog chewed the base cabinets (we didn't have any pets). For about $200 less, you can get an apartment at Abberly, Adeline or Amelia, just a few miles away.
No sound proofing you can hear your neighbor closing the cabinets. My bedroom closet mirror the temperature outside and make it hard to control the heat/air. I really dislike the quarterly inspections like its a prison shake down. Wish I didn't choose this place