In an area where commute times are often measured in hours, it's reassuring to know you're just minutes from anywhere you desire when you make Curve 6100 your home.
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, 13 months, 14 months, 15 months, 16 months, 17 months, 18 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).
Find it ironic for my renewal to come on the weekend - Memorial Day weekend - when the power is out on several floors? Leasing office sends an email that states, "Dominion Energy has been out to the property twice to evaluate the issue and has determined THE BUILDING IS IS RESPONSIBLE for the repair." So what did the building do for the power to go out - on a HOLIDAY WEEKEND? Came back on, next day went out again? WTH?! Also being charged a $60 processing fee to renew my lease, let alone over $100 increase....I've been here 4-5 yrs? Why are you charging a long-term tenant this bogus fee? There has been several elevator problems since I've been here...they area always "sourcing additional parts" In short, if you are going to raise tenants rent, raise the quality of their stay.
Been here for a month now and think I really made the best decision. Highly recommend this place.
Wonderful place to live. Close to not only basic necessities, but places of interest as well. Friendly and professional staff. Would 10/10 recommend to a friend.
The Carmel is a nice building to live in, the floor plans are designed well and parking is convenient. However the elevators are loud and you can hear them from inside your apartment. I am hoping they will fixed or replaced soon. If they are not, I would not recommend living here.
Moved in 2015 under Bozzuto management and everything were a dream - both management and tenants. Things have steadily declined under Greystar. The front office staff changes regularly making getting things done difficult.
There are 2 people at the front offices and one is constantly a revolving trainee, I've seen 5 trainees rotate out in 2 months time.
The elevator is out of service or malfunctions with enough occurrence under Greystar to have become a nuisance. It is also very loud, with the breaking-clamping device located within the service-shaft rather then on the roof, as they typically are. We were in a unit near the elevator and sleep was impossible.
Concierge package service is now out the window, replaced by a self-retrieval metal file system. Its design and location is a complete after thought, located in the basement garage, a level below the entrance and lobby. They no longer allow door-to-door service, which is ridiculous. There were residents that are not able bodied or mothers that pay extra for the delivery company for the door-to-door service and consequently many folks have moved out.
The attitude of Ms. Rufino, the building manager, whose job is to take care of you, in addition to sales commissions, is complete laissez faire and terribly condescending, complete with eye-rolling. When a problem is presented, she would rather do nothing since it takes time away from leasing and sales activities.
The average rent around here is 30% to 40% less of what Carmel is charging and while it was worth it 2 years ago... Greystar is constantly whittling that away. Parking used to be included, but now it is in addition to the rent. I was fine paying premium rent for 3 reasons 1) parking 2) reliable elevator access 3) concierge package and the ability to have packages delivered to my door. That was worth the extra $200 to $300 a month more then what the surrounding buildings are charging. But that value is no longer there. Many tenants have left, citin