Where Location Matters.
Hanover Valley Forge is located on the corner of Village Drive and S. Goddard Blvd, in the vibrant Valley Forge neighborhood. The location is just steps from King of Prussia Town Center's shopping, dining and entertainment and walking distance to the local Wegman's and LA Fitness.
Our lease terms are: 9 months, 12 months, 13 months, 15 months, 18 months (Please note that lease terms may vary, are subject to change without notice, and are based on availability. Inquire with property staff for complete details).
This place is like living in a dream. The vibe is so modern, but also feels so comfortable like home. All of the amenities are worth way more than they charge, and the place is kept so incredibly clean and wonderful that you can't help but just get absorbed in the ambiance of luxury high-class living.
The staff is also extremely welcoming and helpful. They have been unbelievably accommodating and so friendly that I feel like I belong here even before I moved into my apartment!
I recently moved into these apartments from Denver, CO and I have to say that for as modern and luxurious this place is that it is extremely affordable especially for those with a budding career. Hanover is the best place in the world to show off the status of your hard work and to let people know that you have arrived in your career.
I would highly recommend Hanover to any person who is looking into apartments. This place is literal magic.
A few days after using a new credit card at Hanover Valley Forge a number of fraudulent and unauthorized charges showed up on my account. The only two people at Hanover who would have had access to my card info were Taylor and Nick. As such I am convinced that it was one of these two who were responsible for the credit card fraud. Be careful using any kind of electronic payment with this company!
Hanover Valley Forge is not worth the high rent. Apartments are built very cheap. You can hear your neighbors through the walls and dogs constantly barking from other units . Having to pay to park in the resident garage is absolutely rediculous when most of the time you can't park on the floor you live on. Drive by at night and you will notice all the dark vacant units.
The apartments are new, beautiful, & homey. There is a theater room which is awesome and they hold lots of resident events so you get to meet other residents. I like that there is a gym, pool and BBQ area, which are some of the reasons I signed up. The reasons for the two stars: in my particular unit you can hear my neighbors, I can hear them going to the restroom and flushing their toilet, walking around upstairs, closing cabinet drawers, talking etc. Its annoying after a long day at work to have to hear your neighbor for the next 4-5 hrs. Its embarrassing having people over when all they hear are my neighbors. I brought a friend who was interested in the apt complex, I had warned them about the noise. Well...tthe whole entire time my upstairs neighbor was stopping around, they obviously didnt sign up. For 2000 dollars a month I shouldnt be able to hear them. Parking should be free for the amount rent is, its the suburbs. I wouldnt recommend this place based on my personal experience and I frankly cant wait to move out and try one of the other apt complexs in the area.
I found the staff arrogant and green, the development nothing more than an over developed parking lot which would be dangerous to traverse with my 2 small dogs. They'll nickel and dime you to death; 2 dogs and 2 cars added nearly $200 a month to a 1 br basic unit which was already 1880. $2100 for a 1 bedroom???!!!! I'll rent a townhouse for that; they are sticking it to people and our young tour guide Taylor seemed preoccupied on her phone and distant and her arguments for the ridiculous pricing were laughable. Many dark,empty units at night here; go figure