Combining a classic past with a contemporary present!
We offer distinctive and spacious one and two bedroom apartment homes and two or three bedroom townhouses for rent. Properties feature a patio or balcony to enhance your enjoyment of the outdoors, cathedral ceilings, as well as skylights and fireplaces, in select units.
The Hickory Hills community boasts a stunning and fully renovated Heritage Club Community Building as well as a secure entry-controlled, 24 Hour state-of-the-art Fitness Center. Among many other amenities on the campus are laundry facilities as well as tennis, basketball and volleyball court.
Hickory Hills is centrally located in the award-winning North Allegheny School District which is consistently rated as one of the nation's top school districts.
Our beautifully landscaped grounds are situated between McCandless Crossing and the limitless shopping districts of Wexford and Cranberry. Hickory Hills is a friendly community with an effortless commute to Cranberry and downtown Pittsburgh.
The staff is great! The views are great. Everything is maintained well. I love the pool.
The office staff was friendly and helpful. The facilities were some of the best I've seen anywhere.
While I am not a tenant myself, my fiance is, so I am in his apartment and around the complex quite frequently. I have personally had to endure quite a few very unpleasant situations while being here. The two most recent were by far the most upsetting.
About two weeks ago there was a knock on the door while I was in the living room doing some cleaning. I opened the door to find a maintenance man standing there, facing down the hallway and not even looking at me. He proceeded to throw a letter at me as he was walking away and said nothing other than "Here, take this." My fiance wrote to management about the situation and rude behavior and they excused his actions entirely.
Yesterday, I experienced something far more distressing. Again, I was in the living room area when there was a knock on the door, only this time the door was almost instantly opened by a man stating 'maintenance'. Unfortunately, for me, I was not fully clothed at the time. I quickly covered myself as best I could while fleeing the room and yelling for him not to come in because I was not dressed. The man said "Okay, thank you" and closed the door slightly but still stood there. I went and dressed and returned to the door to see what was going on. I was greeted by the same man who had thrown that letter at me a couple weeks earlier. He began chuckling and said "I always knock and then open the door to say 'maintenance'. It's okay though, I don't look." He then told me he was just there to say the water had been turned back on and then he left.
This was not a matter of emergency. He did not need to, nor ask to, be let into the apartment after I answered the door to perform any maintenance. There was absolutely no reason to so quickly barge into a tenants apartment.
I don't know how to properly put into words not only the embarrassment this has caused me, but also how violated I feel after such an invasion of privacy. I would highly suggest to any fellow women, anyone with children, or anyone who
Looking at property now, beautiful private and so close to everything. Pool and deck area really look great even in the early spring.
There should be separate non-smoking buildings for non-smokers, and better ventilation of the apartment buildings. There is a constant oppressive smell of cigarette smoke, and strong cooking odors, which permeates the individual living spaces of all of the other residents. The security of the building is poor because exterior doors are often propped open, allowing anyone access to enter the buildings.