Resident • 2000 - 2002 Recommended
First of all, these are limited income apartments, so basically you can´t be on welfare to live here but you can´t be a high roller either, you need to be middle class. They hav 2, 3, and 4 bedroom homes. 2 bedrooms are always available. 3 & 4 forget it. <br><br> <br><br>I have lived here for about 2 years. I never have had any problems with neighbors or management. I have seen Management turn over 3 times. For the last year there is a young lady manager Ms Williams who is very nice and cares about her residence. <br><br> <br><br>When I first moved in the apartments were messy, everything is well cleaned up now and I enjoy it here. There is a playground on site for children to play and a club house you can rent out for party´s. <br><br> <br><br>High volume of noise is NOT tolerated here. I am not talking about kids playing, I am talking about when people buy a 15 speaker set up for a 2 bedroom apartment. <br><br> <br><br> San Jose Police are common visitors not a bad thing either. Residents are encouraged to call police when there is a problem from when people think they can blast there stereo all night long. Resident´s knowing police will arrive if they blast music is a good thing, it keeps te noise down. <br><br> <br><br>There is underground parking which is nice once you live there but is a pain when your trying to movein because U Hauls don´t fit in there. Also there is trash chutes, however there is no recycling which i kind of shocking. There is elevators too (however sometimes they do break down). There are 3 stories so I´m sure for some people it could be a pain to walk up all those stairs. <br><br> <br><br>If you make the income limit´s and don´t mind kids (Lot´s of kids~ No Pet´s) this is a nice place to live.
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