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West Jordan's premier affordable apartment community, where breathtaking mountain vistas, wide open spaces and a longing for simpler times abound. Experience a true sense of community moment you arrive. Surrounded by abundant landscaping and rustic mountain charm, you'll find warm, inviting interiors in each apartment home. Attention to detail is immediately evident. Find the ideal blend of tranquil mountain living within moments of the conveniences of Jordan Landing
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First of all these apartments are such an awesome resource to have as a single parent. It's a really good price for a large amount of space compared to other apartments in the area. I've lived here about two years now.
Downside of this place is they do inspections... QUARTERLY. Not saying I don't trust them but it's a strange feeling knowing you have people entering your place while your at work. Plus, these inspections go on for three days at a time.
The maintenance manager is a nice guy, however, I've seen him yelling at someone at someone causing a large scene while everyone stood by and watched...cursing and everything. I change my locks after each inspection because I don't trust random maintenance guys to have access to my place anytime of day. (It's me and my daughter here.) Also, I called twice to have my dishwasher fixed but no one ever got back to me so I ended up replacing a part on it myself (it was inexpensive.) a few months later I was having problems with it again. This time they sent the maintenance manager to check it out. He was clearly not happy with the fact I replaced something myself and just stormed out of my apartment without saying if he was gonna fix it or not. I'm to this day waiting to hear back.
All in all it's a fine place to live. :)
My family and I visited this place and I liked the apartment but the minute we entered the managers office and asked for a tour the ladies acted so put out about it. In fact when I asked a question about a missing cabinet in the kitchen, she snapped at me that it was to accommodate a wheelchair. I guess I was supposed to automatically know that. We were rushed out and I had to ask for a brochure. Once again I asked too much of them and they stomped around looking for one. The vibes were not good enough for us to live there.