2900 North is nestled into the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, in Greenville, South Carolina. These one, two and three bedroom apartment homes combine traditional southern charm, and stunning natural beauty with modern conveniences to create the perfect home for your lifestyle. Choose from classic two and three bedroom townhome floor plans featuring stunning upgrades like granite countertops and stainless steel appliances, or a brand new one bedroom floor plan with all the luxuries you would expect from a newly built home. Enjoy the good life as you unwind at our new resort-style swimming pool with gas grills, break a sweat in the expansive fitness center or enjoy the resident lounge complete with Wi-Fi cafe. 2900 North is the perfect choice for anyone wanting to be close to the hustle and bustle of downtown Greenville, while still being able to come home to a relaxing and charming apartment home.
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I love the community and people in it ! I have great neighbors and love all the neighborhood kids . I cannot wait until they finish with the new amenities, then my home will be complete !! Thank you 2900 north for allowing me to be a resident to the community !!
Overall the property is unclean and unkept the entire time I lived here there was nonstop construction that lasted 12 months longer than promised. Construction vehicles constantly blocked driveways and inconvenienced residents on a daily basis. For example, the entirety of my lease there was a trailer parked in front of my apartment that made it almost impossible for my neighbors and I to park our cars. We asked for it to be moved multiple times throughout the year and nothing was ever done. Management is a complete joke. Anyone working in the office only lasts 3 months max so don't try to learn any names. They are also terrible at keeping up with files and records. Don't expect to get any deposit back upon move out because they won't have any "official documentation" that you ever paid anything. You also won't have any proof because there was never any procedure to record said "official documentation". The overall quality of the apartment interior is laughable for the price. Vinyl flooring looks nice when freshly laid, but is will probably be installed incorrectly so it easily pulls up and scuffs. Eventually when you move out you will be charged $500 to replace it all. You also better pray that no environmental damage ever occurs to your property. Around the end of winter a large pine tree fell onto my neighbor and I's units, ripping the gutters off, taking out a power pole, knocking a huge hole in the roof, and blocking both of our front entrances. After a asking the property manager to move the fallen tree for a MONTH my neighbor got fed up enough to cut it and move it himself. During this tree removal process, we realized that our property manager had failed to get duke energy out and turn off the power to the LIVE WIRES that were hanging out on the ground. The trouble wasn't over after that though, it then took 3 additional months for the damage to be professionally repaired. Also the walls are super thin, I could hear my neighbors breathing. This place sucks.
On move in day I reported ice maker would not work and toilet not secured to floor. It took 3 months for ice maker to get fixed and after 1year the toilet was still not fixed. Numerous other maintenance requests took weeks to get fixed. Walls are very thin and you can hear everything. Children running around everywhere. Very loud! Due to construction I had nails in my tires on 4 different occasions and construction would block entrance/exit to complex
We don't have any amenities. With the new buildings now in construction there won't be room for playground and not even enough parking spaces. We will move out as soon as possible.
We moved in January 2016. Construction that was supposed to be finished in March is still going on in September. The construction zone is a mess. The had to close the pool in the hottest month of the year because they had to tear down the fitness center, which we have never been able to use. I've also had to submit multiple work orders for the same issues, but I think this was more a bad maintenance employee. He was replaced