Enjoy the epitome of comfort at Howell Commons located in Greenville, South Carolina. Residents enjoy close proximity to Mitchell Road Elementary School, Butler Springs Park, Pine Grove Lake, fine dining and shopping. Our distinct one and two bedroom apartment floorplans offer the perfect balance of comfort and unparalleled services. Each apartment features polished white cabinets, full-size washer and dryer connections, built-in shelving and ample storage for office supplies and equipment. Relish your resort like amenities with your family and friends in our sparkling swimming pool with sundeck or picnic areas. Play with your neighbor on our tennis or sand volleyball court and host events at our resident business center.
Apartments were mediocre at best. Staff was worthless. They would rather bandaid something than actually fix it. Keep away.
I have lived here for a few months now and its the worst apartment Ive ever lived in. People blast their music all night long, some lady screams and beats her children in the parking lot at all hours of the day and night, the inside reeks of urine and cigarettes. They have claimed they replaced the carpet but thats a lie. The pool is always closed now yet it was open all winter! People will run into your cars and leave the scene and then you are left to pay for the damage multiple times. You cant use the dog park because people stick all of their children in there so that they dont have to watch them. I would never recommend this place to anyone.
They dont do anything to The sidewalks or steps when there is snow or ice. When they do maintenance in the apt., they do not clean up. The dog park fence has had large wholes in it for over 3 months. If you get a package and it has been in the office for a couple of days, they do not call you. Sometimes you dont know you are getting a package.
Poor experience, made multiple complaints about the appt. and how it smelled like smoke they gave us the run around.
After spending 25 days in the hospital last June, of which 4 days were in CCU, I was finally discharged. I was not able to take care of myself, therefore, I had to move in with one of my daughters. In fact, I am still living with them, due to my illness and powerful medications. I lived at Howell Commons for 3 1/2 years and never one day late with my rent payment. When asked if they could waiver the lease buyout due to my extreme medical situation, they would not even consider it. I told them I could provide doctor and hospital records to affirm my condition. They still would not consider the waiver. They have turned over my account to a collection company and I will be disputing their actions.