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Tech-savvy and design-driven, The Village at Beardslee Crossing is a next generation luxury residential community at the forefront of Bothell's renaissance as a hip, walkable neighborhood with easy access to creative class jobs, transportation and recreation. It pulls out all the stops to help residents to connect with their passions, both by curating spaces and by layering in activities and amenities that create opportunities for extreme fun and social engagement. The Village at Beardslee Crossing is as plugged in as they come, offering you the ultimate insider access to the Seattle Eastside playground. Nourishment for the soul, whether your passion is, pets, wellness art, music, fashion, foodie, sport or video gaming. It's all here.
Very expensive with unexpected fees (additional $35 per month for Sewer Cleaning fees above and beyond regular monthly sewer fees) and residents are FORCED to pay additional $100 a month for parking; no other options for parking. Elevator is shut down most weekends for move-ins/outs and you have to take the stairs. Narrow hallways and dogs can be scary when they bark in the hallways and in the elevators.
Amazing staff! Looking forward to living in this beautiful community!
I live here 1 year, office need you pay for everything! I rate three parking spots and office did not record one of my car, once I am out of town and my roommate told me that there is a warning notice on my car, my roommate take the notice to home and take the photo of notice send it to me. Second day when I came home, my car was towed away on my own parking spot!!! I was so angry and office told I need to pick it up by my own and pay the fee until manger came back to work. I went to find manger on Monday and manger told me "We already post your car on our community website and write you a notice, it was your problem that your car towed because you did not pay attention on our notice." I was shocked by those arguments, I asked them"I park on my own spot! You guys did not record my car on the document and turn around blame me? Who have so much time to check community website every day!" Manger said that is not their fault. Second day, I find my lawyer ask about this. I find office again and manger notice I find lawyer and said they willing to pay half of the bill. This is a awful experience! Moreover, they can miss up on the package that I find my package for four day!! Office also check our room without any permission just told us that they are gonna come to check your house; however, my friend lived in same apartment did not receive notice that office gonna check home. Office try them best to earn money from each person. This is an awful living experience! Never came into this apartment!!
We currently live here and had signed our lease earlier this year. The staff was extremely friendly, always willing to help and was a big part of the reason we decided to move in. Since the apartment complex got bought out, I now dread going to the front office if I ever have a question. Never once has any of the new staff attempted to introduce themselves or try to make it feel like home. If anything they avoid eye contact. Their lack of professionalism and their lack of customer service is not worth the amount of money you will pay to live here. The new maintenance staff/guy is not nearly as efficient as the old one and it has gone extremely downhill. Unfortunately we're stuck here until the beginning of next year or else we would be out in a heartbeat. I would highly suggest looking elsewhere if you're looking for a higher end community run by a welcoming professional staff.
I have been living here for almost 2 years now, and here is my list of pros and cons.
1. Location - I love how it takes less than 1 minute to be on I-405 and it takes 10 mins to get to Bellevue downtown. It is the primary reason why I moved here, as UW Bothell campus was in walking distance.
2. Modern interior - Being a new building, kitchen, floor plan, appliances and all the things inside are nearly perfect and I am very happy with this.
3. Office and management crew - People working here are very professional and they do their job well enough.
4. Shops near the building - I like having Starbucks and restaurants in a walking distance.
5. The apartment looks good. - As it says, it looks neat from the outside.
1.a Construction noise - Most of the day, I start my day by waking up with the construction noise. For 2 years, almost non-stop.
1.b Noise from upstairs - I've lived in different apartments for over 30 years. I suffered the most from the noise from either upstairs from neighbors. I reported this issue at least 5 times, but there isn't much that management can do. I think it is more of the problems of building itself.
2. Stinky hallway - I do not know what's wrong with the garbage chute. It was fine when I first moved in, but lately, the entire hallway smells like garbage, especially during the night time.
3.a Security - First of all, someone stole everything inside of my car while it was parked in the garage. I was not the only victim either. Someone stole near $1000 worth of stuff in the car. A video quality from CCTV from the apartment was too bad to be helpful.
3.b Security - My wife's bike and multiple other bikes were stolen from the apartment garage. Once again, CCTV was pretty much useless.
When I itemized pros and cons, they seem pretty balanced. But I got significantly less stress from my older apartment (which was much older and had worse location).
Needless to say, this review is very subjective and maybe I am just more sensitive to