prospective • Visited 2019
I went to their leasing office after finding a listing for a one bedroom apartment for what was actually a reasonable rate given the size of the property and the amenities offered. Upon my arrival I was unable to pull up the listing I had been viewing throughout the day and the man I spoke with knew exactly what listing I was there for and informed me that it was "a mistake" and their lowest rate available was in fact almost $300 more. Given the huge discrepancy between the rates (and that 3 out of 4 numbers were wrong: 1377 vs 1660) there is no way that was a simple typo. The lower rate was listed on multiple websites and was appealing for single income residents, it was the only reason I made the trip over there. Falsely advertising low rates to draw additional website traffic and prospective residents to their leasing office when reasonably affordable housing is already difficult to obtain in the current economy is unacceptable.