They don't have a security gate, so from the beginning I was questioning whether this was even an option.
I had a list of apartments I wanted to check out today and I brought my camera with me so I could remember what each one looked like. I don't trust the photos available online, because most of the time lighting and camera angles are used to make things look better than they actually are.
When my fiance and I walked into the leasing office, both of the staff members stared at us in confusion. I told them we wanted to take a look at one of their two-bedrooms. More staring. I told them I believed the one we were interested was around 900 sq. ft. To this one of the staff members replied, "Okay, but why do you have a camera?"
I explained, she called her boss, and then told me that I could see the apartment, but I could not take pictures. I told her that was fine, but she told me that I had to leave my camera in the car.
There was no way I was going to leave a $900 camera in the car of a parking lot with no security gate. We left and crossed Foxborough apartments off our list. I still cannot get over how rude they were!