Resident · 2002 - 2004
When we moved in, it was great. The office staff was nice, and the apartment was clean and ready.<br><br>Then the troubles started.<br><br>The fixtures broke, flooding the aparment. We had to spend a ton of extra money to power all of the dehumidifiers and blowers to dry out the carpet (after it took them 3 days to even come and look at the place). The office staff became ever more rude the longer we lived there.<br><br>Then our washing machine broke. Someone came to fix it, and said it wasn't broken. Since it still was, we had them send someone else out. They replaced a belt. 2 weeks later, it broke again. When we asked for it to get fixed, they took it out and said it would be back 'early next week.' We called early the next week, and they said 'soon.' Finally, after several phone calls and A MONTH without a washing machine (and with a newborn), we talked to a lawyer who gave them a call. The machine was back in that same day.<br><br>As a last straw, when we moved out we noticed that the carpet in the corner where we had put a table seemed to be coming up. We pulled up the carpet, and saw daylight from outside! And potato bugs under the carpet! Talk about bad construction! That doesn't even begin to talk about the mold problem...<br><br>They got a new maintenance person in our last half month who actually seemed competent and nice, unlike Linda from the front office (VERY unprofesional), and the groundskeeper was very nice and kept things looking good. However, we cannot recommend living here to anyone. It is better than the slum across the street.