My boyfriend and I lived there for one year ending this last April in a 2 bedroom with a balcony facing west.
PROs: Awesome location, great pool and workout facility. When we moved out they gave us back the whole deposit (minus last electric bill). The office has little events throughout the year, some impromtu with beer and wine. Our balcony was great and overlooked the Scioto Audubon metro park. Apartments have tons of storage. The mail room is inside the building so you never need to go outside in the elements.
CONs: The trains are VERY loud on the west side of the building. We had a lot of centipedes throughout the warm months. Each unit only gets one parking spot in the garage, even if you have a 2 bed apt (an extra spot is $100/mth). Electric company is through Pioneer Energy Management out of Worthington and is about 2-3 times more expensive than AEP. The windows were really drafty and I had to put plastic on them to combat the cold. There were many instances of dog owners not cleaning up after their dogs, including on the sidewalks outside the building, and some of the stairwells regularly smelled like urine.
It is a nice place but if I knew then what I know now I would have probably lived someplace else. It's too much money for the amount of annoyances we had.
Great place to live. Left for a rental in German Village - but came back because of the great amenities and good price. Staff are always helpful too. Ken
I was excited to tour this apartment complex but became very disappointed during the tour upon hearing that the prices and specific information about the apartment was very different than what was advertised online. Needless to say, Im going to keep on looking for a new complex that has less hidden expenses
I visited this property and loved it. I didnt like the carpet I would much rather have vynal or hardwood. Also the creamy neutral paint would be much better as a light gray for a more modern touch for a downtown apartment.
First of all, they don't follow what is written in the lease. They are not helpful. And the leasing agents and maintence men are always outside smoking on apartment property, when it is clearly posted no smoking on property. The only good thing about living here is it is close to downtown. Not worth the money though.
Brewers Yard Apartments is a unique community within the heart of the Brewery District. Come home to a place where the city is your neighbor and everything around you reflects the way you have always wanted to live. Come see why the people who want to live near the city, live in Brewers Yard.
6, 12, and 18 month leases available.<BR>Pet policy: Dogs and cats allowed. Max of 2 pets. $50 pet rent. Call regarding breeds restrictions. $150 pet deposit. $150 pet fee.
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