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Who says urban living and outdoors can't coexist? At Parc at White Rock, our luxury apartments are located footsteps away from the breathtaking White Rock Lake and Santa Fe Trail. Parc is a place where outdoor enthusiasts and urban residents have everything they could never need, with a short commute to Downtown Dallas, yet surrounded by various local parks, biking trails, and beautiful lakes. Within walking distance of the White Rock DART station, Parc also easily provides rail transportation to uptown and the central business district. Boasting convenient access to major transportation arteries, residents are less than 15 minutes away from some of the state's top employers. Our community is also in close proximity to a plethora of shopping and entertainment options. Whether you live for the outdoors or can't get enough of the city, Parc at White Rock is the perfect place to call home. Call us today and get one step closer to living easy.
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I love the location of the property - beautiful location near the lake. That said, it is poorly constructed and noise is terrible - I can literally hear my neighbors talking. Not yelling, or loud, just talking. Likewise I hear the neighbors above walking and just living. Like other commenters said, the visitor parking is a a joke. Only 11 spots for a community with close to 300 units. Unlike other apartments with street parking or some other options, being near White Rock Park prevents any available street parking for backup. I am lucky to have not had any damage to my car or bike theft, but the garage is very poorly constructed with tiny spots and poorly blind spots - some residents drive very fast through the garage even though there is no visibility at the corners and the potential for accidents due to narrow spacing very high. The water often smells bad and the whole building often has an odd smell. For the cost of rent the place is not worth the money.
Like I said, the location is great, but there are other properties on white rock lake I have since found with less rent or less issues.
The community is in a great location near the lake. The staff is friendly and attentive. The fitness center is the best Ive seen in a apartment community and the shared amenities and halls are always extremely clean.
Management does nothing when property is stolen or damaged. Safety is a major concern at this property. Management is unwilling to answer concerns of noise, cleanliness, safety, or security.
This place was great until now. If you have family and friends who you would like to invite to visit you while living here, you should know there are only 5 guest parking spaces available. You do the math! There will be no parking for your loved ones when they visit. And too be frank the owners do not care how the residents feel about this turn of events. If they lived here they might understand but when managing a property from afar they are very disconnected to the reality of living on this property.
Apparently only a nice place to live when the complex is half occupied. Now that the complex is filling up we are having quite a few issues. The poor sound insulation is a major issue now that we have neighbors above and around us. The neighbors creating the noise are doing nothing wrong. Our walls and ceiling vibrate when the neighbor above simply walks around their unit.
It's a nice complex but this disruption of sleep and quality of life is unacceptable. More unacceptable is implying that neighbors could be at fault when it is clearly a building issue. We would say do not move in unless it is a top floor unit.
Lastly, the fact that after several calls and emails we have not had a response from the corporate office as promised 10 days ago. Our sleep and peace of mind is apparently not worthy of a timely response.
This is truly the first review of any kind I have done with the exception of a few favorite hotels.
Sad turn of events here but as the saying goes looks can be deceiving