Concord at Geneva is an apartment community NOW LEASING in Vineyard, Utah. These impressive 1, 2, & 3 bedroom apartment homes are conveniently located off the Orem Center Street exit (exit #271) for easy access to entertainment venues, sporting locations, businesses and the universities throughout Utah County.
With many floor plans and features to choose from, you?re sure to love the designer finishes we offer at Concord at Geneva! Standard homes include black kitchen appliances, granite counter tops, over-sized closets, washer/dryer connections, additional storage, and 9-foot or vaulted ceilings. Executive upgrades include stainless steel kitchen appliances, built-in entertainment centers and fireplaces! Covered parking and garages are also available.
As a resident of Concord, you?ll benefit from exclusive access to our comprehensive amenities package that include a 24-hour fitness center with playroom, tanning room, swimming pool, year-round hot tub, billiards room, laundry center, resident clubhouse and more!
Call TODAY to schedule your personal tour and come home to our beautiful, luxury apartment homes!
6 to 12 month leases available
I've lived here for about 6 months and will not be resigning my lease. The apartment location is great, the amenities (pool, gym, etc) are nice, and the staff is very friendly and helpful. However the construction is terrible. I have lived in apartments all over and I've never seen construction this poor. We can hear EVERYTHING from our upstairs and next door neighbors. The toilet flushing, the dishwasher, their tvs, the cabinets closing, and even normal conversations. I can even hear our upstairs neighbor peeing every morning. It's maddening. Even normal walking sounds like pounding, and if your upstairs neighbors happen to have dogs (which they will...eveyrone here seems to have 2 huge dogs) you'll hear them running, jumping, and barking alll day and night. It's enough to drive anyone crazy. I was excited for us to move in here because the apartments do look nice and the amenities are nice, but the complete lack of insulation whatsoever and the shoddy construction make it not worth what we're paying each month.
Way to strict on everything , parking is absolut horror and you arent even allowed a propane grill on the padio anymore .
I've lived in many 'luxury apartments' in Utah and out, and this is not a luxury apartment. This complex is not quiet, inside you every noise, every footstep, and if not living on the very top floor the insulation is so bad the walking sounds like stomping all day, every day. We hear the train all day/night, we hear pounding bass from cars and all the car alarms going off.
The dog park is a 10X8 sad, gravel covered area. The provided internet is slow, so don't think you'll be able to all be on the computer, gaming, streaming at the same time.
Office staff while nice, are not responsive to complaints. Things just don't change. I am moving as soon as my lease is up. Would not recommend.
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Parking is nonexistent, don't get me wrong, I don't mind walking, but when it comes to unloading groceries, buying new furniture or loading up my car with trash (because there is only one trash compactor for the entire complex) it is a huge pain. I especially hate seeing my elderly neighbors also having to deal with parking far away. Your "solution" to rent premier parking is not a solution. 1. There is only so many so even if everyone bought one we would still have this issue. 2. The price to rent them is not huge but when added to your astronomical rent, its laughable.
Grounds. They are kept rather well, except for the sprinklers. I must clean off my windshield to drive every morning because of all the water stains that accumulate on them. I understand that some water is going to get on my car regardless of anything you do, but its excessive right now. If I'm driving towards the sun, I cannot see through them safely. The addition of the doggy bag stations has greatly helped the grounds.
Construction: for a pet friendly apartment complex, these apartments are not. The carpet choice is horrendous. I'm sure it was cheap, and looks nice from a distance, but I've had to buy a new vacuum and carpet cleaner within a year of purchasing them because this carpet is impossible to clean. It accumulates dirt and hair and while it hides it well, is not healthy for me or my dog. I've heard this complaint from several other dog parents at the dog park. Appliances are terrible, me and many other tenants, have complained about the stove taking forever to preheat. the fridges are the cheapest you can buy and the dishwasher is the least efficient I have ever seen. We are expected to pay electricity yet the light fixtures are all incandescent lights. Air conditioning is also a problem unless you have all the doors open. It effectively cools the main living area but not the bedrooms. The kitchen appears nice in pictures but is not practical