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New Darlington

123 Summit Avenue, Summit, NJ 07901
123 Summit Avenue, Summit, NJ 07901

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supiesu • Resident 2011 - 2012
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05/01/2013
My husband and I moved to NJ for his job and had very little notice, so I made appointments at three places (the only three with vacancies) and crossed my fingers. The first one was eh, the second was horrible (and I reviewed them as well)… See More
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Resident 2011 - 2013
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04/23/2013
I've lived here for 2 years with my brother and will be moving out shortly, but only because we are each moving jobs. The location cannot be beat, as you're only 2-4 blocks from dry cleaning, tons of great restaurants (lots of BYOB), pharmacy, a couple… See More
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Resident 2010 - 2012
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02/12/2012
A nice older building. Within walking distance of shops, restaurants and the train. Close to the interstate highway. There are some negatives: The landlord turns the heat off during the day which isn't bad (unless you work from home); however, it can be quite uncomfortable when… See More
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Resident 2011
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06/14/2011
I have been here for 7 years now and it has been quite pleasant. The location is wonderful as it is only minutes from downtown summit and the train station. Which is perfect for those of us whom commute. The courtyard is also a nice feature… See More
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Resident 2004 - 2011
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04/30/2011
When I moved in, I thought I would only be staying for a year. Instead I've stayed for seven years. I have a great two bedroom, one bedroom and one bath. The building is older, but during my time here the owner continues to make upgrades… See More
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Resident 2007 - 2009
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09/03/2010
The apartment was ok - nothing special. But it was a nightmare moving out. The management company gave me a few days notice to renew my lease for the following year, when I called to not renew, they said I had to get their official form… See More
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New Darlington Manager

01/04/2011

We regret this former tenant was stressed and lost money at the move out. That is now at all what we like to see happen. That is why we take the following steps to prevent it: 1) The law in the State of New Jersey requires all residential tenants to give 30-days written notice before moving out. Also, leases in New Jersey automatically renew when their term is up. This resident is upset, ironically, because we followed the laws of New Jersey, not because we broke them. 2) Language in our original lease states that 30-days written notice is required for moving out. 3) As required by law, we give every new tenant a State of New Jersey booklet called "Truth in Renting" that clearly describes the 30-day written notice requirement. 4) Before the end of a resident's lease, we send a renewal notice that again states the requirement for 30-days notice. 5) When a resident calls our office to let us know they want to move out, we again describe the notice requirements. We even have a move-out form with the resident manager in the building to use, although any written notice would be sufficient. Our move-out form AGAIN describes the notice requirements. The reviewer is not disputing that we did each of these items. Nevertheless, item 4 above, the renewal notice, did arrive very close to the 30-day deadline. We have adjusted our process to more quickly get this renewal notice to residents whose lease term is ending. The law of New Jersey does not give us any discretion in this matter. We must apply the law equally to all residents. Actually, the law allows us to keep more than we did in this case - landlords may keep a renter's entire security deposit (usually a month and a half's rent) if the apartment is not rented immediately. To reduce the burden on our residents, we voluntarily keep no more than one month's rent.

Resident 2010
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08/25/2010
I have been living here just a few weeks so it's still very early and I will update my review if my experience changes, but so far it has been a great! The apartment is beautiful with hardwood floors and a recently updated kitchen with granite… See More
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 Danielstephen89 53224vrp 2015
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10/28/2015
My wife and I moved here this summer, and couldn't be happier with the place overall. For starters, the buildings and grounds are extremely well kept, aesthetically pleasing, and they're constantly improving. Almost weekly it seems, updates are being done on the buildings or grounds that… See More
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Gem856 • Resident 2012 - 2014
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08/13/2015
My husband and I moved here as we were waiting to close on our house in summit. Although I would recommend this place as it has hardwood floors high ceilings and laundry/ dishwasher in unit. However if you could find a better place I would and… See More
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12/10/2015

Survey response: We regret this resident left our community disappointed. Our goal is always to satisfy our residents' needs and provide a carefree living environment. Our motto is "Inspiring Our Neighbors" and in this case we apparently failed to do so. The former resident made comments about the size of the apartment, heat, and parking. 1. Apartment size. The residents moved to a one-bedroom apartment in our complex from a full-size home. We completely understand why they felt uncomfortable. Our one-bedrooms are generally spacious, and of course they toured it fully before signing a lease. 2. Heat. We do not skimp on heat. We want all the apartments to be at least 70 degrees at all times, and higher in the morning and evening hours. We replaced a radiator in her bedroom with a bigger one and sealed all her windows. The building has a brand new boiler with state of the art controls that monitor the apartment temperatures at all times. We keep records of temperatures in all apartments for a year. We work hard to maintain resident comfort. 3. Parking. It is true that snow storms can cause great inconveniences. During snow storms we now ask all residents to move their cars into the town garage three blocks from the building. As a result, our plows are able to completely clear the lots and resident cars do not get covered in snow. This eases the situation for everyone. As far as damage to the car, we have cameras recording in the lot at all times and would gladly have checked the video records if we had been asked.

neepier • Resident 2014 - 2015
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05/26/2015
I lived in a 1/1 apartment from 3/2014 to 5/2015 at New Darlington. I can not say enough good things about this apartment community. I moved from Fort Lauderdale, Florida to the Northern New Jersey area in late 2013. Once I was settled with a job… See More
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  • Dogs Allowed
    Deposit: Required
  • Cats Allowed
    Deposit: Required

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1 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom

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    $2,163

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    $2,774

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    2 Bedrooms

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1 Bed, 1 Bath and 2 Beds, 1 Bath


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