Brookfield Asset Management, Inc.

 29 listings          
 48 reviews
7.7
Building rating
7.3
Management rating

Recent Brookfield Asset Management, Inc. reviews

Good place to live outside Boulder

6 management rating Reviewed by on

The property is relatively affordable when compared to similar units. It's an older complex, so you don't have the modern touches that some of the pricier apartments have. It's 15-20 minutes from campus, and 20 minutes to get into Denver (depending on where you're going). It's pretty quiet, next to a beautiful open area for walking and biking, and I think the area is pretty safe. Management and maintenance aren't very responsive, however, but I think unfortunately that is typical of rental companies like this. Overall, it's a fine place to live outside of Boulder during law school (definitely won't be living here after, though).

Deer Crest Apartment Homes
 / Denver  / 1 bed, 1 bath

OFT

5 management rating Reviewed by on

Apt itself has been great—minimal issues aside from sink breaking down randomly once (but maintenance is the best and they got a completely new sink and we’re very kind).

Management/leasing office can be a little tedious to deal with sometimes, however. They might not always be super clear or disclose everything, so make sure you ask all the clarifying questions about rent/payment/etc. so that you don’t miss anything they didn’t overtly or clearly explain.

One Franklin Town
 / Philadelphia  / 2 beds, 2 baths

Modern inside, not so much outside

4 management rating Reviewed by on

We live in a renovated apartment with wood floors and black appliances (there are different levels of renovation in different apartments). The inside of the apartment is great - appliances are clean and work well, floors are nice, bathroom is nice, carpet in the bedroom is clean. Really like the inside of the apartments.

Once you step out onto your deck, though, and look around at the buildings, they show their age. But, that's to be expected from this lower price point.

Walking distance to fast food places, hiking trails, mountain views, restaurants, etc. Good location in Broomfield about 15-20 minutes drive to CU's campus. We have a cat and she does just fine here, lots of people have dogs too with seemingly no issues - there is plenty of grass space and even a dog park.

Biggest issue with this apartment complex: maintenance. They are incredibly slow to respond to maintenance requests at times, and unhelpful when you try to call to get their attention. Not very fast about snow removal/salting for ice. Gym equipment seems to be constantly broken, only a few pieces working on any given day. Community hot tub was broken for awhile too.

Deer Crest Apartment Homes
 / Denver  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Overpriced but cozy living

7 management rating Reviewed by on

Although apartment hunting in Denver was a nightmare, my roommate and I got very lucky to secure a 2bed/2bath at Legend Oaks. We were very late to the game when we flew in to find a place to live in July, so there were minimal semi-affordable rental housing left in Denver for the fall semester. There was ONE unit left at Legend Oaks that we had to beat other buyers to submit the application. We can barely afford it, but I guess that's to be expected of student living in Denver. I love the 1000+ sq. footage, the in-unit washer/dryer, and the amenities on the complex. I've learned to appreciate the 20 minute drive to DU because off-campus living helps divide my school and home life. I brought my car from out-of-state, so I was very relieved to find out parking is only $8/month. I feel very safe and comfortable in my apartment, which is the #1 priority. When my family and friends have come to visit and stay with me, they've said my place makes it feel like they're on vacation. Very few students live at Legend Oaks from what I've seen, but the quiet family atmosphere of the complex is very calming.

Legend Oaks Apartments
 / Denver  / 2 beds, 2 baths

Great spacious apt for the $

7 management rating Reviewed by on

I've really enjoyed living here. It's great value for your monthly rent, my apartment was renovated (nice furnishings, great vinyl flooring in living room), and I enjoy the semi-"lofted" feeling (higher ceilings). I also really like how quiet it is and how respectful all of my neighbors have been. The staff are also wonderful.

The Lofts at 1835 Arch Street
 / Philadelphia  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Great Value for Giant 1B/1Ba

8 management rating Reviewed by on

My primary criteria for picking an apt was trying to be close to Rittenhouse and finding the largest 1 bedroom floor plan I could find for a reasonable price. This apartment is perfect for people who want space, with large floorplans and high ceilings, the units really do feel massive, which is rare for the Rittenhouse area. There are amenities like a gym in the basement, bike racks, a lobby and community conference room, but they’re fairly modest and nothing exceptional compared to what the higher end buildings offer. Management is fine, haven’t had issues.

The Lofts at 1835 Arch Street
 / Philadelphia  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Thayer & Spring Review

9 management rating Reviewed by on

Best Value in the dmv

Thayer & Spring
 / Washington DC  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Bed Bugs, Incompetent Terminators

2 management rating Reviewed by on

My roommate and I had a mild bed bug issue when we first moved in. We found bed bugs in the first 3 days. However, due to the incompetency of the management team and the terminators they worked with, the problem compounded. We have gone through 5 rounds of treatments, had to leave the apartment many times (twice over night) for the treatments, had lived out of trash bags for a month. The problem has not been eliminated after 2 months and we decided to move out.

The Lofts at 1835 Arch Street
 / Philadelphia  / 2 beds, 2 baths

Spacious and great management

8 management rating Reviewed by on

Pro: spacious, well lit with big windows, great price if you can take the apartment over from someone else(new lease can be 25%+ more) , close to Trader joe's, Logan square, responsive management, close to Septa

Cons: hot water can be unstable in lower floors, not a popular student building, 8 mins walk from Rittenhouse square and no popular restaurant within 5 mins, far from 2401 building

The Lofts at 1835 Arch Street
 / Philadelphia  / 2 beds, 2 baths

Bed Bugs

5 management rating Reviewed by on

The management and on-premise team was very warm and helpful. However, the pest control company used in this case was a disaster. We had 5 rounds of treatment and was unable to eliminate the problem. The Philly rental law is not the most renter-friendly in this regard. I am so glad to have learned so much in the process and be so much more careful in the future.

The Lofts at 1835 Arch Street
 / Philadelphia  / 2 beds, 2 baths

Great apartments

9 management rating Reviewed by on

Spacious apartments with a ton of space, management is very nice and responsive. Newly updated apartments, with a small but sufficient gym. Only issue is that only 2/3 elevators are ever working

The Lofts at 1835 Arch Street
 / Philadelphia  / 2 beds, 2 baths

Good find not far from Rittenhouse

10 management rating Reviewed by on

Great management. The rooms are also spacious. Just be aware, there is white carpet throughout.

The Lofts at 1835 Arch Street
 / Philadelphia  / 2 beds, 2 baths

The Lofts at 1835 Arch Street Review

8 management rating Reviewed by on

Great value, especially if you want to be a bit separate from Rittenhouse

The Lofts at 1835 Arch Street
 / Philadelphia  / 2 beds, 2 baths

Enjoyed!

10 management rating Reviewed by on

I enjoy living where I live. It's not too far from Rittenhouse, but it's also quiet and removed enough to feel like it is in its own space. I also enjoy living near Logan Square.

The Lofts at 1835 Arch Street
 / Philadelphia  / 2 beds, 2 baths

The Lofts at 1835 Arch Street Review

8 management rating Reviewed by on

Great location with lots of space

The Lofts at 1835 Arch Street
 / Philadelphia  / 2 beds, 2 baths