I lived here while studying at Clark University. My only real gripe was that someting in the shower water irritated the skin on my face something awful. The only solution that worked was slapping vasaline on my cheeks before showering, preventing the water from touching my face! Aside from that, the apartments were spacious and adequately well decorated. For the first two years, I lived in a one bedroom, the last year I moved to the coveted top floor corner unit 501, which is definitely a cut above all other apartments in the building. V-angled hardwood floors, a brass chandelier in the atrium, tons of space, with seven of those huge factory windows spread over two sides of the building. I hated living in Worcester, and the thing about the water sucked, but this apartment made up for it considerably! The data below refers to the 2-br apt 501.
Royal Worcester Apartments Manager09/30/2019
Thank you for your review. Royal Worcester has changed dramatically since the time of your review. Beacon Communities took over ownership of the community in 2012. We have a new management and maintenance team who are dedicated to helping our residents in a fair and efficient manner. We have also made substantial improvements to the building, both inside and outside of our resident's apartments. Please know we take community feedback very seriously and look to act on it when possible. Thank you again for taking the time to share your review.