Resident • 2006 - 2007 Recommended
I have been living at Pegasus Connection for about 7 months now. It's hard to begin to describe my experience. First off, the model apartment that they show is nice...a lot nicer than what you will probably get, so if you are moving here, dont get your hopes too high. When I first moved in, there were MAJOR problems with the air conditioning. Maintanance was coming into our apartment every three days fixing it, but eventually it would brake again. Finally, after 3 weeks they had to replace the entire unit. Needless to say, my roommate and I were living in an 86 degree apartment during the hottest month of the year. Other than that, our oven has broken, and the bathtub drain has clogged, but each time maintanance has come in to take care of everything in a timely manner. <br>The front office staff (mainly other students) are worthless. They treat you like crap...maybe because there job is horrible. There are not enough parking spots for guests. Occasionally on Sundays the dumpsters will be missing and the residents will not know what to do with their trash, so because there are a whole bunch of immature college students, you will find garbage bags collected at random points with in the community (very embarrasing). People are not very considerate of anything around here. Music is always blasting somewhere, people walk around screaming and drunk. <br>Besides all that, the apartment complex is nice. The pool is nice, and the apartment itself is comfortable. I plan to renew my lease for 2007-2008 under the conditions that they move me from the second floor to the third. <br>If you are moving here, I would suggest that you move into either the second floor or the third. Even if you move to the second you will have the possibility of having someone above you whole walks like an elephant. Regardless, it is probably better than moving into the first floor apartment since they are easier to break into. <br><br>All the college apartments around UCF have the same problems, so unless you plan to move into a condo or house outside the UCF area, expect all the same problems anywhere you go.
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