Silverado is an attractive, well-designed community located in the heart of Frisco, Texas. Located in the heart of the ?Golden Growth Corridor? of the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metro Area, we are in close proximity to the Legacy Business Park and major employers, including EDS, JC Penney, Frito-Lay, Dr. Pepper and Cadbury Schweppes. Silverado is close to a variety of popular shopping venues, including the Stonebriar Centre Mall, which is touted as one of Dallas? hottest retail intersections. We are also within walking distance of the prestigious Ida Lee Bright Elementary, an exemplary rated school. We offer one, two and three bedroom apartment homes in a variety of large floor plans designed to meet most every need and lifestyle. Popular features include crown molding, washer and dryer in each apartment home, pass-through serving bars, upgraded light fixtures and oversized walk-in closets. Our patios are very deluxe and are used as extended living areas for morning coffee or a
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The Silverado Apartments in Frisco, TX are owned and managed by Adams LaSalle Realty. These are some of the worst managed apartments I have ever experienced.
When I first moved into my apartment, I noticed that the ice that came out of my refrigerator was dirty. I complained but it wasnt fixed so I have just been buying bags of ice from the local Sprouts to use for my smoothies, iced drinks, etc.
My dishwasher broke over the summer and I immediately put in a maintenance request. At first the management office was not responsive. Then after I called them several times they finally responded and ordered a part. By the time they finally fixed it, I had spent almost 3 weeks without a functioning dishwasher.
Another time, my toilet broke and wouldnt flush. I had to physically fill the basin behind the toilet with water to flush it. This should have been a simple repair of some of the parts but for whatever reason it took them almost a week to repair.
The parking is also really bad here. It would not be unusual past 9pm at night that every visitor spot in the complex is taken, including the parking spaces in the front of the complex by the leasing office. I think this might be because they have a lot of vacant garages that no one wants to pay for (I know this because when I complained about parking, the leasing office tried to sell me a garage). I also think the locations of visitor parking are more convenient for residents, so many residents fill up all the visitor parking instead of parking in permit. Not unusual for someone to visit me and have to park on the street in the neighborhood behind the apartments and walk around to get in.
Everything looks great so far!!