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3-15 month leasing terms available <BR><BR>Pet Policy: We welcome your furry friends. Max 2 pets per apartment home. No weight limit. $300 (non-refundable) pet fee for the 1st pet & $100 for the 2nd pet. $25 monthly pet rent per pet. <BR><BR>Breed Restrictions apply. Call for more details.
Care taken to maintain common areas and responsiveness of maintenance staff.
Great staff, beautiful apartments, very active residents in complex, well maintained.
HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!! My husband and I are currently relocating from VA Beach and could not have picked a better apartment! Not only are these apartments new but they are beautiful! The dog park is perfect for my dogs to get their energy out, and I cant wait to work out in the fitness center! As if the apartment didnt sell it self, the staff is AMAZING! Deb & Amy made me feel at home before I had even signed the lease yet! They made the process quick and easy and were so helpful in showing me where the good shopping and dining is! Im so thankful to have heard about these apartments!! I look forward to living here!
Noise is terrible here. Paper thin walls and cheap windows. I had the luxury of hearing 5 AC units grinding away in the summer. Terrible!
Upon leaving apartment, they charge you to clean carpet. I essentially had to incur all charges to clean the place. They are not accountable for any.
Dogs are a problem. Terrible time with dog feces around. Some tenants have 3 dogs living in an apartment.
I do not recommend living here for many reasons...
The walls are very thin. You can hear everything from your neighbors closing their cabinets, flushing their toilet and standard conversations. Nothing can be done about this either since these tenants are just going about their lives. It's not their fault the apartment was cheaply made. If you're unlucky enough to have an inconsiderate neighbor though that plays their music/TV at absurd levels at all hours of the day there's not much you can do either. You can advise management, and while they may give the noisy tenant a notice, no real resolution is ever made. You'll just be continually complaining to management... Even though noise levels is clearly a part of everyone's lease terms.
So hopefully you don't value uninterrupted sleep or even just moments of sitting in quietness... Because that doesn't exist here.
2. Although the apartments are visually appealing once you move in you'll realize it's the cheapest version of everything. Hard wood floors were poorly installed and the black padding comes up through the large cracks between the floor boards. All the appliances are very loud and take a long time to get through a cycle. Not good quality.
If you currently live here be sure you inquire about your new lease terms well in advance of your expiration date. I've lived in numerous apartments through the years and have never had to remind the office to do their job. However here I did. With only a month before my lease expired I had to inquire about my new lease terms. I finally received these less than 30 days from my expiration date! Furthermore I'm told that I must still provide 60 days notice to vacate... Even though I wasn't provided 60 days notice of my new terms. And the month to month rate is inflated by $400 of my current rent!
The office clearly dropped the ball on providing new lease terms in a timely manner and yet the tenant is the one being penalized.
I would never recommend th