The Colony Uptown
Resident · 2014
For starters with the simple issues that shouldn't be difficult to maintain, the pool. The water is green at least twice a week. Then it takes another day or two for them to come and clean it. With this Texas weather the pool should always be maintained. Next, the main reason everyone moved into these apts were because the size is nice but most importantly, it was all bills paid. While new management was informed that there would no longer be "All Bills Paid" fairly after they took over, they didn't inform any of the residents until it was 60 days before the lease renewal. Well guess what, we are required to give a 60 day notice if we plan on moving; so within a day or two we are forced to make a decision if we want to stay or go. If your notice goes past the 60 days because of this big change that they did not properly inform you about, then they add $100 to the month. If leases end within a few days after the 1st of the month, they are terminating your lease early to end at the end of the previous month so they will not have to cover your bills for those days during the next month. ....something about this doesn't sound, legal. There is mold growing everywhere, toilets, VENTS that pumps out the air we breath. I have requested new screens from holes (to no fault of my own) and have yet to still receive those new screens. The fridge is unbalanced, the stove is starting to lean forward causing the vinyl to peel from the floor. I speak for everyone in this community when I say, we understand these are old apts but to come in and make promises about these "great changes" and we have yet to see any changes except negative ones, to only drop less than $100 on the rent when you are removing all bills paid is a bit ridiculous. These apts are not worth the price new management is charging without bills being included. Its gotten ridiculous and I'm sure it will only get worst.