Resident · 2013 - 2014
I can not wait to move out of this place. I was stuck moving here for work and unfortunately did not have enough time to look for a better place to stay. As others have stated, this place is filled with obnoxious CSUN students. Our next door neighbors frequently play music loud enough to shake my bed at 3am. I have respectfully asked them to lower the music more than 3 times, each time being ignored or rudefully told to deal with it. I have emailed and attempted to contact the staff here more than a handful of times and received no response, let alone any action or notice towards said neighbors. I've called Summit Patrol (overnight security) more than 15 times and each time was told they would "send the guard to address the issue." Not once has the noise issue been resolved. The hallway smells like weed and people are blatantly smoking off the balconies. Families with young children often let their children run around and scream down the hallways. There is trash on the floors within the building (in the laundry room, hallways, underground parking). There is a trash chute in which you can throw out the trash, but people there are so lazy that I often encounter trash bags and diapers on the floor NEXT TO the trash chute. It's just filthy and disgusting. You will never find parking in front of the complex except during CSUN's spring break or winter break. There was recently a car vandalism alert regarding cars in the gated parking area. Although the complex is gated and requires a key for entry through the front of the apartment, the doors are often jammed to stay open or blatantly propped open. My only compliment to the place is that maintanence is very responsive and quick it repair anything that needs to be fixed. The maintenance staff is also very friendly. Even then, I have personally talked to a maintainer and was told how poorly they treated their maintenance staff. This review only begins to describe the horrors of living at this place. For anyone who may think I'm a grouchy, anti-social person that hates college students, I'm a 22 year-old having just graduated from college a year ago. If you're looking for a cheap place to stay, my advice is pay the extra hundred or two a month and avoid the huge headache altogether.