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New look, new style and new attitude in the heart of Old Town. Come see the Metro Urban lifestyle of the newly renovated apartment homes at Bridgeyard.
Located on the shore of the Potomac River in Alexandria with access to I-95/495. Bridgeyard offers efficiency, one and two-bedroom apartment homes. Our renovated homes feature double paned windows, wood flooring, modern lido cabinetry, counter tops and energy efficient appliances including a microwave. Amenities abound with a sparkling pool, fitness center and attached convenience store. Enjoy the convenience of the Butterfly MX smartphone intercom system and spectacular views of the Potomac River. Our location offers direct access to Mount Vernon Trail where you can walk, run or bike on 18 miles of multi-use recreation trails.
Our lease terms are: 2 months, 3 months, 4 months, 5 months, 6 months, 7 months, 8 months, 9 months, 10 months, 11 months, 12 months, 14 months, 15 months (Please note that lease terms may vary, are subject to change without notice, and are based on availability. Inquire with property staff for complete details).
Bridgeyard is a great place to live. The price is reasonable and the views are amazing! The management team and maintenance staff are great. The only negative thing I would have to say is they do not make it easy for your guests to park here. There are only 5 spots that do not require a parking pass and you can not obtain one once the office is closed.
Very quiet, no complaints
Ive lived here for months but I have chosen to not live here again. Id much rather pay the same price and live closer to the city. There are a number of benefits including the view of the Potomac and ease of getting into the city...but thats about it. The rent is over priced for the quality of apartment. Your walls are paper thin. I am currently listening to my neighbors television on one side of my apartment and my other neighbor on the phone. The elevators are constantly broken or stopping and opening about six inches above the floor (seriously watch your step). Sometimes I wish the people who worked here would give a little bit more effort in pronouncing residents names or even introducing themselves. If you live here during the winter be prepared for super warm apartments (you have no control). The water is also boiling hot. Also the hardwood floors in the apartments are a major disappointment. Finally dont call the bathrooms updated when the white paint over the tiles literally peels off showing the blue tiles. By far my biggest disappointment in living situations since moving to the try looking across the street at the newly constructed Thorton buildings or even at the renovated Riverside apartments you are literally just paying for an Old Town Zip code here not anything near high quality.
Bottom Line Up Front: DO NOT MOVE HERE. I HAVE BEEN TOWED TWICE THIS PAST WEEK EVEN THOUGH I PAY TOO MUCH MONEY TO LIVE HERE. If I could give Bridgeyard 0 stars I would. And I am not the first person to say that. While I have been very happy living here for the past two years, my opinion has changed just as dramatically as the constant parking policy changes. First of all, when the policies change, not everyone is notified. AND THE LEASING OFFICE HAS ADMITTED THIS TO MY FACE. How do you expect to enforce a policy without notification? It is entirely unprofessional and disrespectful to the residents who are paying too much money to live here. My sister visited me on short notice last weekend when the wind storm hit. She was en route to my parents' home, but stopped here because the roads were getting dangerous with traffic signals out, debris in the streets, etc. The leasing office has apparently decided that SOME, NOT ALL, visitor spots require a visitors parking permit to park here. She got in from the storm at 9pm and parked her car in a visitor spot that required a pass because all of the visitor spots that do not require a pass were full already. According to our receipt, her car was towed at 10:47pm during the wind storm... when the city of Alexandria recommended everyone who could stay off the streets, do so. It is infuriating that in an emergency situation, my sister had to pay over $200 to retrieve her car from the towing company out in the boonies when she was parked in a spot clearly marked for visitors. I was not made aware of this change until we went to the leasing office to figure out where her car was towed. And the leasing office told me they KNOW FOR A FACT that the notifications are not going to everyone. This is completely unacceptable and unprofessional on several levels. If this is not enough to convince you not to live here, you should hear the story about how MY OWN CAR WAS TOWED OVER NIGHT HERE LAST NIGHT. MY OWN CAR. AT HOME. WHERE I PAY TO
3 Days NO HEAT,, 1st day No Heat No Hot Water all day,, We have put in tickets for maintenance and still nothing , had to run out to buy a space heater .