Resident • 2012 Not Recommended
I moved into Amli because it's convenient to where I work, I'm literally only in my apartment about 1 sometimes 2 weeks a month because I'm traveling the rest of the time. That being said, when I am home - I want to feel like I'm home and when I'm paying this much for this little it's hard to think it's worth it. First, I agree with the last review on here. It should be illegal for Amli to use the word "luxury" on their signage or to sell this place - there is no Amli in luxury. My bathroom, while quite large - has nasty "peel and stick" vinyl (possible something cheaper) "tiles" (use that word loosely) on the floor. I hate stacked washers and dryers but at least these are full-size and seem to get the job done. 1 issue for is is that the (full-size) water heater (also furnace) is in the main hallway in the apartment and puts out a lot of heat. My apartment is typically 80 degrees when I am home and I've already had to turn the a/c on when I am here because there's no ceiling fans or no breeze outside to circulate the air. (another negative, no fans at all). The layout of the apartment is very standard and I like that all the appliances are gas. Everything was in decent shape when I moved in. Looking around the grounds things are definitely weathered and in need of some fixing up. I understand the economy is bad, but if you're going to charge this much (and most likely continue to increase rent) than the grounds/buildings need to reflect this. The complex itself seems to be quiet, I live in a dog building and really do not hear too much from one apartment to the next. I feel safe here and for the time being - it's really barely at par. I just moved here in February and I'm already looking at moving away from this complex. I'm just not getting any value for my money here and it's just an overall disappointment. I knowingly signed the lease and knew what I was moving into, I just didn't realize overall I would end up feeling like the money isn't worth it. I'm surprised that a well known company like Amli even owns this complex, this is not indicative of other properties of theirs I've been too. I like Naperville, even as a younger person it's a nice town - I'm disappointed with the selection of apartments out here. Amli at Naperville isn't the most expensive and it's far from the cheapest. I expect more from a property with Amli behind it. It's worth taking a look at, but trust me I think you'll keep moving.
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