Baker Crossing Apartments offer 1, 2, & 3 bedroom apartments with the best value in Virginia Beach, VA. We are located in northwest Virginia Beach with easy access to I-264 and I-64 and public transportation. At Baker Crossing, you'll enjoy more than just being ideally situated in Virginia Beach. Large bedrooms and spacious rooms are inviting and comfortable. Find your inner chef in your new eat-in kitchen outfitted with cherry cabinets, a gas range, built-in microwave and dishwasher. Laundry day will be a breeze with your own full-size washer and dryer. And the private screened in porch will invite you to kick back and relax at the end of a work day. On summer days, our apartment community comes together in our seasonal swimming pool with a sundeck for relaxing. Multiple playgrounds provide a place for kids to be kids; and our 24/7 Fitness Center gives you flexibility to work out anytime! We are dog-friendly apartments and welcome well-behaved dogs of any size or breed.
*3-12 month leasing terms available* <BR><BR>Pet Policy: $20.00 pet rent. $300.00 non-refundable pet fee. Restrictions: We love well-behaved dogs of any breed. Please call us for details.
Friendly staff and quick on response to any needs of maintenance and questions.
The apartments are spacious the staff at the office is excellent.
Horrible, just please dont do it. Expect rats and cockroaches on move in day. The space is great, but be sure to know that privacy is not what you get in this apartment. Walls and floors are paper thin, and maintenance will make sure to duct tape your problems so you can call front office every other day for more duct tape as a solution. There is very little respect from the front office, so if your AC goes out, prepare to sit in a hot apartment for 3 days at min. Just overall, horrible. If they trained maintenance to do better and really looked out for peoples needs these apartments could really weed out some of the neighbors that you may not want.
The apartment was very nice, and it had lots of space to move around. I didn't like that I had to pay for all the utilities, plus other expenses.
Last Sunday night when I got home I was walking into my bedroom and saw something run out of my room and into my laundry room I immediately screamed and jumped on my bed. It was a rat not a mouse but a RAT. I went to the office Monday afternoon when I got off work and spoke with Jessica and told her I had a rat in my apartment, she thought it was an emergency issue (which it is). While I'm talking with Jessica I see cierra turn around in her chair and look at me and roll her eyes( this isn't the first time I've had a problem with Guerra, she is nasty rude and just ignorant and plenty of people who live here have had the same problem with her). As I was leaving the office Jessica told the maintenance guy that was walking into the office about my rat problem. I went home and waited and waited and waited for them to come do something. They never showed up Monday, they didn't come until Tuesday afternoon to set traps. Last night I get woken up at 145a to the trap snapping and the rat scratching at my kitchen floor to try and escape the trap. I called emergency maintenance at 2a like they told me to do when they set the traps, it took this guy 1 hour and 45 minutes to get to my apartment and get this nasty diseased filled rodent off my kitchen floor. After he got the rat up he set more traps and said if there is one there is most likely more and asked to patch up any holes where the rat may have gotten in at. He didn't leave my apartment until 4a. Now I'm stuck with rat traps in my kitchen, pantry, laundry room, and bathroom. This is not how anyone should have to live. I have asked several times to be put on the pest control list but I can see now they still haven't done it. I have already drawn up papers once to put my rent into escrow if certain repairs werent done and now I'm back to square one, looks like I'll be contacting my lawyer and 13 news now.