Park Point at RIT

Park Point at RIT

(64 Reviews)
611 Park Point Drive, Rochester, NY 14623
$674 - $1,726/mo

Floor Plans & Pricing

1 Bedroom

1 Bed, 1 Bath

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2 Bedrooms

2 Beds, 1 Bath

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2 Beds, 2 Baths

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3 Bedrooms

3 Beds, 2 Baths

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4 Bedrooms

4 Beds, 2 Baths

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4 Beds, 3 Baths

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Studio

Studio, 1 Bath

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Ratings & Reviews

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Community epIQ Grade

D
D

Renter Ratings

D-

Noise

1.0

Grounds

1.0

Safety

1.2

Office Staff

1.0

Maintenance

1.0

Neighborhood

1.0

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Review Count

B-

Number of reviews in the past 365 days

4

Manager’s Review Engagement

F

Percentage of reviews responded to

0%

Manager’s Review Reply Time

F

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Reviews

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anonymous

Resident 2012

6/11/2012

Where do I begin: 1) The apartments are poorly constructed - Drafty in the winter and the air conditioning is unable to maintain a moderately cool temperature when it is warm. 2) The stairs leading to the upper floors flex up and down as youSee More >
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anonymous

Resident 0

3/5/2012

Where do I start with Park Point? I guess I'll start with the whole "free cable service" as mentioned by another user. Same exact thing happened to me. My credit score was shafted by Park Point RIT because my bill got sent to a collectionsSee More >
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anonymous

Resident 2008 - 2010

1/26/2012

I moved in when the complex was first opened. When I signed my lease, they advertised "free high-definition cable tv". When I moved in, I was surprised to find that they gave us "standard-definition satellite tv" instead. When I complained, I wasSee More >
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jropella

Resident 2007 - 2011

12/21/2011

We couldn't be happier than we are about the staff at Park Point. With the growing costs all of us parents incurr with college expenses we found that our son's apartment gave us the biggest bang for our buck. Not only didSee More >
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anonymous

Resident 2009 - 2011

8/11/2011

The apartments themselves are great, but that's all that Park Point has going for it. If you get a room in one of the way-too-expensive apartment buildings you will find that the restaurants playing music underneath are extremely loud (speaking from two floors above) TheSee More >
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anonymous

Resident 2008 - 2011

6/15/2011

Lived here since it first opened in 2008. While there have been dramatic improvements since then, there are several key problems that remain. First, the walls are paper thin - you can hear your neighbors talking, watching TV (crystal clear), etc. Second, if you liveSee More >
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anonymous

Resident 2009 - 2011

6/9/2011

This Housing option is horrible, tenant account records are kept in a disorganized manner but it is an upgrade from the previous shoe box organization. I was leased here for two years due to lease agreement. Expensive, rate is increased without your knowledge, in mySee More >
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anonymous

Resident 2008 - 2009

12/2/2010

Overall living at Park Point was a good experience. The apartments are a bit expensive but they are nice and really spacious. There's a Barnes & Noble, a bar and a few restaurants. The security and maintenance staff were great but the management could haveSee More >
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anonymous

Resident 2010

8/31/2010

In a scramble for housing last year, I took the fully furnished park point. What a mistake. The walls, as well as floors, are paper thin. I could hear my roommates talking on their cellphone clear as day when my door was closed, andSee More >
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rgc66

Resident 2010

8/4/2010

I lived here for two months during the summer. The staff was great and very helpful. The place was furnished and clean, and included washer\dryer and dishwasher in the apartment, making it a great value. I know some people think the rent is tooSee More >
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anonymous

Resident 2008 - 2010

8/3/2010

I lived at Park Point for 2 years and everything went smoothly from the day I signed the lease to the day I moved out! Any time I had an issue it was resolved within 12 hours, but I really do not count changing my lightSee More >
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anonymous

Resident 2008 - 2010

7/23/2010

Park Point is a nightmare hiding behind some beautiful landscaping. I lived here for two years and had nothing but headaches. My upstairs neighbors were so loud my lights would shake and flicker, the management only told me "some noise is normal". Parking on theSee More >
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renter53214

Resident 2010

7/15/2010

Where to begin? That joe morelle guy is a piece of crap and is selling apartments like a used car salesman. Then, once you move in, he is incredibly rude and doesn't care about your problems WHICH YOU WILL HAVE A TON OF. It's incrediblySee More >
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anonymous

Resident 2009 - 2010

5/3/2010

worst experience. almost had to drop because i could not focus with all noise up and around my apartment. i live below this asian kid in 200-407, banging the floors like crazy and partying with his friends!!! no respect from leasing office. Park point isSee More >
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anonymous

Resident 2009 - 2010

4/15/2010

My roommates and I have had a horrible experience living at Park Point the past year. I'm not sure where to start with all of our problems. Before we moved in we were told by management that once the RIT school year started there wouldSee More >
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anonymous

Resident 2009 - 2010

4/9/2010

FIRST OF ALL, THE ------- RENT IS TRIPLE THAN EVERYWHERE ELSE. I GET ALL THESE CRAPPY COMPLAINTS ABOUT HOW IM PLAYING A LITTLE MUSIC OR WALKING TOO MUCH IN MY APARTMENT. WOW. SHOULD I TIP TOE ALL MY DAMN LIFE IN THE APT. SECOND, IMSee More >
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anonymous

Resident 2008 - 2010

4/8/2010

A great experience from move in day until now. Office staff have always been nice and the security staff are great. Wish they would designate apartment parking spaces so when there are events at lovin' cup I don't have to park by BN. TheSee More >
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cal9436

Resident 2009 - 2010

3/27/2010

I'm disabled and in a wheelchair. I've only been here a few months and my emails have been ignored for medical requests. I had to email Wilmorite directly and now matters are only worse for me. Even with doctors letters, nothing isSee More >
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anonymous

Resident 2010

3/17/2010

I wish I hadn't moved into Park Point when it was first established or I would've known all of the problems with construction and management that it has. The prices when I first applied were barely reasonable and now they are absurd. The service isSee More >
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anonymous

Resident 2008 - 2009

3/14/2010

The management are the most incompentent group of con artists Ive ever met. Luckily, they fear people who will take action and I threatened to take them to court for breach of contract. The walls are paper thin. I lived in aSee More >
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hisdudeness205

Resident 2009 - 2010

3/5/2010

i've lived at park point for a year and it has been the worst experience ever. If you're looking to throw away $700/mo be my guest. They charge for everything, if your fire alarm goes off they have to come and turn itSee More >
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anonymous

Resident 2010

2/5/2010

I'm one of tenants who rents a single-bedroom apartment. The rent may be a little bit expensive, but it is not bad at all when I live with my partner. We split the cost into half. The rent includes everything so it is nice toSee More >
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ajwrit

Resident 2008 - 2010

1/25/2010

I've lived at ParkPoint since 08 and yeah there was some problems with the old management but the new management has been there for a year now and its a lot better. The apartments are really nice and whenever I haev a problem it's takenSee More >
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bienestar571

Resident 2008 - 2009

12/7/2009

wow, the positive reviews of this place are SOOOOO planted. Park Point at RIT is a scam, and whats worse, is that RIT was stupid enough to sell them use of the RIT logo. This company does not care about their tenants. they want theSee More >
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axd7525

Resident 2008 - 2009

8/17/2009

First of, the rent is very well priced. People think it's really expensive and not worth it but they do not realize that these apartments are priced like that because there are other apartments around, a bit far away from RIT that cost less. HoweverSee More >

Features & Amenities

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Questions & Answers (1)

Anonymous
Asked on: 11/15/2017
Q: Do residents offer their apartment on AirBnB or other short-term rental sites?
Michelle_G585
Answered on: 12/29/2017
A: If you need housing for Spring/Summer 2018, please contact me. I have a sublet available for a female. Here is the posting about it ... https://rochester. .html
Anonymous
Answered on: 11/15/2017
A: No to AirBnB. There are often postings for subleases for a shorter term, though (usually 1 semester length).

Frequently Asked

What are noise levels like at Park Point at RIT?
The community is rated 1/5 stars, which is considered having extremely loud noise levels on average.
How satisfied are residents with the upkeep and overall appearance of the grounds at Park Point at RIT?
The community is rated 1/5 stars, signifying no satisfaction on average.
How safe is Park Point at RIT?
The community is rated 1.2/5 stars, which is considered being slightly safe on average.
How satisfied are residents with the neighborhood
The community is rated 1/5 stars, signifying no satisfaction on average.
How effective was the maintenance team when resolving your problem?
The community is rated 1/5 stars, which is considered being not very effective on average.
What is the pet policy at Park Point at RIT?
No pet policy available
What types of floor plans are available?
1 Bed, 1 Bath
2 Beds, 1 Bath
2 Beds, 2 Baths
3 Beds, 2 Baths
4 Beds, 2 Baths
4 Beds, 3 Baths
Studio, 1 Bath

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Park Point at RIT is an apartment in Rochester in zip code 14623. This community has a 1 - 4 Beds, 1 - 3 Baths Nearby cities include Gates, Irondequoit, Pittsford, Greece, and East Rochester.