Welcome to the 9th Avenue Station apartment community located in Port Arthur. We are just minutes from prime shopping and dining. Featuring golf course views, resort-style pool with tanning deck, state-of-the-art fitness center, lakeside living (select floorplans), nine foot ceilings with crown molding, and many spacious one, two and three bedroom floorplans. Call today and ask to tour one of our selected floorplans, and see why so many of our residents now call 9th Avenue station their home.
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I moved in about 3 months ago and everything has been great so far. Originally was going to have to wait a month to get the apartment I wanted, but was contacted shortly afterwards saying it would be ready earlier! The ladies in the office have been nothing but friendly and professional every time I have spoken with them. They are still repairing many of the first floor apartments from the hurricane, but what I can see, they are going to be beautiful. All the tenants I have encountered have been pleasant and I even enjoy seeing the gator in the golf course pond across the way. (from my 2nd floor balcony I might add)
Apartments are nice but the staff are less than helpful. Had my mail packages sit at the office without any notice of them being delivered on several occasions. The "New Management" are less concerned with tenant satisfaction than their bottom dollar. The privacy gate/fence is just an illusion you pay for monthly. All someone has to do is wait for a person with a gate pass to enter or someone coming out to trigger the gate.
If you don't renew your contract very early and they hit you with "escalated" charges because they "are always so full" even when they aren't. A scare tactic that tricks many people.
Contracts are a little more tricky. Pro-rated just means they will collect on the other end of the contract so what you save to move in is collected on the back end.
Final note; contracts in Texas are not legal unless they are notarized at the time of signing. This means if you are dissatisfied with your contract, unless it is notarized, it's not a binding contract.
Summary; I would think hard about renting at 9th Ave. They are substandard in their care of the facility unless it comes to taking another dollar from the patrons. Recent upgrades are paid by tenants in raised annual rent. Not recommended if you are looking for a place to call home!!!
Not a one bedroom available for inmediate occupancy. The leasing consultant was friendly and extremely helpful and great attitude (Chelsea). I have love to stay and rent here just because Chelsea but I can't wait a month.
Staff was outstanding and we are wanting to get in there ASAP