THORNEBERRY ATRIUM...A FRIENDLY PLACE TO ENJOY LIFE'S COMFORTS! Nestled against the majestic Wasatch Mountains, Thorneberry Atrium is an active 55+ Senior Community in a quality rural setting. Thorneberry Atrium offers an exceptional blend of recreational amenities, with comfort and day-to-day conveniences. Visit Thorneberry Atrium today and discover a relaxed atmosphere catered to your lifestyle!
Lease terms: 12 months. $30 application fee.<BR>Pet Policy: Pets allowed with a $350 deposit and $30 a month pet rent.
They never responded to our request to see the apartments. So we never saw them.
Id set everything up living Out of State.The Mgr was Very Friendly and Professional! I moved in SIGHT UNSEEN! So impressed, its was much More than I ever imagined, incl All the New Friends Im making and Activities they do! Im Very HAPPY!! Thanks Atrium! :)
No reply to my inquiries. Not email, no phone call. I entered all that information in my request.
Unfriendly staff: I liked it here at first but am unhappy with the new management and some of the new residents. Residents gossip and the manager has their ear. The manager has their favorites. Many bored residents sit downstairs and watch everyone coming and going and report it to the manager. They have to know who visiting whom. It's like they have to know every visitor that comes to visit. Manager discourages visitors. Too many rules. Feel like I am being spied on all the time. And management does not care that our hall carpets are really bad and ugly and my apt. carpets are unfit to walk on because they are wrinkled. I pay my rent on time and try to be a good resident and my rent goes up each year. I added a new toilet and new blinds and have improved the apartment. I want to live where I can feel happy, have people over and not feel like I am being watched all the time. I have never done anything wrong and when I made a mistake against the rules that I did not know about, I no longer broke those rules.
My confidence in the management, at the corporate level, is going down. It used to be great. I have the perception that there is a greater concern about making and keeping money more than anything else. I understand that this is a business for making money, but I wonder at times about the ethics/morals and how they go about making said monies. I could be wrong about all of this. If so, please let me know. Also the maintenance staff does outstanding work. Thanks.