Aria Apartment Homes
DialNineJuanJuan • Resident • 2015 Recommended
Mixed feelings for sure. Reading the comments below I can say I agree with both people. I still like living at this community, but I have to say that I have been thoroughly unimpressed by the service I got after I moved in. When we first moved here, my spouse and I had just gotten new jobs, new lives, new everything. So how about a new apartment to go with it right?! Sadly, this hasn't been the new beginning we were hoping for. This place does have an issue with water... Keep in mind, this is a product of where the apartments are located (at the bottom of a steep hill) and on an inward slope. My apartment is located in the front and I have experienced some flooding as well as improper drainage which has made living here very nerve wracking for me. I'm afraid one day I'll leave my apartment and come back to a flooded home. The staff is nice and pleasant on the phone, but it really takes an arm and a leg for them to really do anything that isn't super easy to fix. The apartment itself is very nice, and there is always somewhere to park which I love. Not gated, but that's okay by me seeing as they're usually not functional at other complexes. I like it here, but this place gave us super high expectations that they are definitely not meeting. And also, when we moved in, someone at their sister complex told us that The Aria didn't have a gym, but that the Ventura did, which is not true as it turns out. Would also be nice to have some sort of community center. This is the first place I've lived that doesn't have one.
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