Management is bad
I moved into this complex about 3 months before the big hurricane hit. Every single unit on the first floor was evacuated from waters that had reached six feet high on those first floor apartments. My apartment was on the second floor, but I was displaced, and got back to my apartment 2 weeks after the initial storm. At that point they had given me 10 days (which started at the the first of Sept), I didnt get back to the apartment until Sept 5, to move out or pay the rent. Which I had no money or ability to move at that point. The apartment offered $100 off rent, even though I was literally incapable of getting to the apartments for two weeks. However, I moved forward, but I started noticing mold on my door a few months later, I complained at that time, and they painted over my door only for the mold to grow back through. I noticed mold in my vents and light fixtures a couple of months after that, only for them to replace the covers of the vents and light fixtures. I still see mold in my vents to this day, and I am now moving out because of that mold which Im sure has riddled most of, if not all the buildings on this property. They continue to sweep the mold under the rug as new tenants file in, but be careful and keep an eye on this. Mold grows up, and Im sure it has grown into all of the apartments walls at this time. DO NOT MOVE HERE! Management will continue to sweep things under the rug and demand money or evict as quickly as possible. Just pay a little extra and move to an apartment close to here.
I'm enjoying my 1st floor apartment. It's an upgrade with deep kitchen double sink and new appliances. At a little over 500 square feet size, it feels more spacious with the high ceilings. I am lucky to live here.
Safe and very home-like. Devastated to see all the families and units affected by the flooding occurred by Hurricane Harvey. Having just moved in, was hoping to spend the holidays here but relocation is in the wake of the disaster that occurred. Very emotional to leave this complex. Neighbors and office staff will be missed
It is a comfortable, friendly environment and I would recommend anyone to stay here. There are some issues but overall it is a great place to live.
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