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Sophistication, Style and Class in the heart of SugarHouse. Irving Schoolhouse is situated in the perfect location with exceptional dining, shopping and entertainment neighboring the community. As you step into our oversized apartment homes you will notice no detail has been overlooked. Visit our community today!
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I love living at the Irving Schoolhouse apartments. The lease rates are below market, the staff all the way from management ( Kaylie, Kirya ) to maintenance all treat you like family. There is plenty of parking which is hard to find in sugarhouse or downtown. Most of all the living space is great. The property has a really good vibe with a mix of residents from college students to professionals,and families.
I have been at Irving Schoolhouse for about 9 years. I have been treated wonderfully and only once did I have a problem with water on a lower apartment. It was repaired quickly and all was well. I love the area and I am located to work and family.
I wish I could award zero stars. I could not have been less impressed, more disappointed or felt any other way than diasappiinted by my entire experience living at Irving Schoolhouse. I should have known better than to even have signed a lease. Shame on me, but I dont want anyone else to make the same mistake. I had lived at another apartment complex in Sugar House (the Vue was outstanding), but thought the negative reviews on Irving Schoolhouse may have been overblown...plus, I wanted a grill on my balcony. What a tragic mistake. The promises made by the leasing staff (Kiera) were not truthful, when asked for consideration she blamed her management and said she had no ability to help, the facilities were not anything close to what is advertised (you wont know this until you are there for awhile and try to use them), the level of service was substandard (seriously, 2 weeks to get a washer/dryer delivered and I had to call to set up an appointment to get any heat in my apartment), you will not feel safe in the parking areas or in the hallways and the value for $ compared to other apartments I lived at in Sugar House was disappointing. Do yourself a favor and do not move in.
Initially, I had a plan to lease my apartment at Irving Schoolhouse for 3 years while my partner finished school. We lasted 9 months.
The walls are paper thin. I have lived in multi-housing units for over 10 years in the SLC/Sugarhouse area. Tenant noise is always to be expected, but the noise at Irving is maddening and unbearable. The unit I was leasing was unlivable to the point where I could hear EVERYTHING that my upstairs neighbors were doing (even when they open/close a kitchen drawer).
In the end, I decided to pay A LOT of money to break the lease because I was getting sick from the lack of sleep and tired of dealing with an office staff that lacked basic problem-solving skills. It's unfortunate and completely unfair that I had to choose a route that cost me a lot of money because Irving does not care to help their tenants. I feel so sorry for the next poor soul who lives in my old unit, especially if it's someone who can't pay a transfer fee or break a lease. Irving Schoolhouse management is the worst. I can't even count how many times I've walked in on office management talking trash on tenants, and they wonder why so many people leave terrible reviews about them. Do not live here!!! Management never takes responsibility and always deflects accountability back on to their tenants, always missing the mark on what the real issue is.
Do not rent from here. Listen to everyone else and find somewhere else to live. All they want is your money. Their amenities never work and the management staff are very unhelpful and inconsiderate. They add in hidden fees anywhere they can. Water always leaks from the apartment above. Things always break.