501 Harbor Creek Parkway
Canton, GA 30115
wpf7 • Resident • 2004 - 2007 Not Recommended
1. 2 years of non-working AC/heat in a brand new building/unit.<br>2. Ant problem.<br>3. No controls on residents bringing their dogs to your building to poop on your grass and sidewalks.<br>4. Constant construction equipment noise. Don't plan on sleeping past sunrise!<br>5. Completely inept and unresponsive management.<br>6. Horrible insulation for new construction. Did they have inspectors?<br>7. Reward for patience in 1-6 is management raising renewal rent higher than new residents pay.<br><br>Please: consider this new story about the 1/31/2007 fire. It started in the attic? In the middle of winter?<br><br>Fire Results In Extensive Damage To Apartment Building <br> <br>By TIM CAVENDER Senior Correspondent <br> <br>1st Responder Network Story Number 020107108 <br>Disclaimer: This article is a direct street report from our correspondent and has not been edited by the <br>1st Responder newsroom. <br> <br> <br> <br> <br>By Angie Evans <br>When firefighters arrived on the scene, they found flames coming from the roof of the structure. <br> <br> <br> <br> <br>By Eddie Robinson <br>Fire is seen coming through a breeze-way of the two story apartment building. <br> <br> <br> <br> <br> By Tim Cavender <br> Firefighters from Cherokee County Fire and Emergency Services and the City of Canton responded to the call. <br> <br> <br> <br>By Dennis Martin <br>Four apartments were affected by the fire at the Harbor Creek apartment complex. <br> <br> <br> <br> <br>By Tim Cavender <br>Firefighters begin to enter the apartment complex as flames are seen through a window. <br> <br> <br> <br>CHEROKEE COUNTY, GA - Firefighters from Cherokee County Fire and Emergency Services and the city of Canton responded to a fire Harbor Creek apartments, located off Holly Springs Parkway, shortly before 10 o clock on the evening of January 31st. <br><br>According to Battalion Chief, Greg Erdely, when firefighters arrived on the scene, they found flames and heavy smoke coming from the roof of the 1700 building and immediately began a defensive attack. The building, which contained four 3 bedroom apartments, received extensive damage to the upper section. The two apartments on the lower section also received major smoke and water damage. Residents of the building escaped without injury. <br><br>Cherokee County Fire Investigator, Ossie Delay, said that it appeared that the fire started in the attic of the structure; however, the exact cause of the fire is still unknown at this time. Streets in front and around the building were blocked until clean-up operations were completed. The American Red Cross was called in to assist the families. No other injuries were reported .<br><br> <br>
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