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Resident 2006 - 2007 Recommended
Reviewed 01/18/2007
When I was looking for an apartment I wanted the cheapest but nicest thing I could find. I am new to renting. I previously owned a home, so I'm not used having to rely on someone else to fix things. I moved into my apartment there were a few issues like the dishwasher leaked and so did the tub's facet. The garbage disposal didn't work, and I did notice a few ants. All of my issues were fixed withing the first week with no reoccurence (except a random ant sighting...who doesn't have a few ants in GA). A repairman even came out on Saturday to fixed the dishwasher when it leaked. I have not seen one roach (knock on wood). I probably make the most noise towards the front of the complex with the "get togethers" that I have, but no one complains. The worst thing I saw about the grouds was during Christmas. They brought in an extra dumpster to accomadate all the trash from trees and wrapping paper, and it took almost until New Years to get rid of it. All in ALL the apartment complex is 26 years old and it shows with its florecent tracklighting in the bathroom and its almond appliances. On the other side of the coin I pay $555 a month for 932 sft apartment with 12 windows that is seconds from 285 & 85. The walk-in closet with the mirrored doubled doors is a treat for this once-again bachelor. Its much safer in comparison to the $220K home I lived in Grant Park. I truly enjoy this vintage apartment. Those who don't know how much I pay see my open floor plan new carpet and tiles floors think I pay much more. Thanks for reading
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