Cheyenne Crossing Apartments
Resident • 2006 - 2007 Recommended
I have to agree with everyone else that's posted here. The office staff is wonderful, and the maintenance staff is so kind and courteous. You never have to wait long for things to be done. They really do seem to care about their residents, which is great!<br><br>The only bad thing is the wall heater & air conditioner. With a north-facing apt & all the nice windows, the heater is just not very effective. Try not to get a north-facing apt if at all possible. (You also can't receive a satellite signal if your patio/balcony is facing north!) I haven't lived here during the summer months, so I can't say how the ac does, but it is kind of unsightly. Not the biggest deal, but thought it was worth mentioning.<br><br>Expect to pay between $40 and $55 for water and common utilities for a lg. one bedroom w/ 2 people. Like many apts in the area, you do not pay for water based on your actual usage. It's split up between the residents, and added to it is the trash, common electricity, gas, sewer, and an admin fee. This was a shock for me at first because I was told it would be between $30 and $40. Still, I'm sure it's comparable to the cost of other apts in the area. <br><br>Parking can be an issue if you get here after about 6pm. There are a lot of families here, which is a good thing, so don't expect the lot to be empty on a Sat. night. The extra $25 or so a month for a covered space is a great idea if you can afford it.<br><br>Overall, I think this is a very nice community with some minor issues that can be expected just about anywhere you go. The staff are the best of anywhere I've lived, and they really will go out of their way to help you.
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