Affinity Property Management
Apartments located in
- Management is very responsive to residents' needs.
- Maintenance crew are extremely professional in their timing and efficiency.
What could be better
- Located in noisy areas.
Recent Affinity Property Management reviews
Closest Apartment to Campus
I'm from out of state and wasn't familiar with the area of Oregon living when I chose to live here. I was nervous about the railroad tracks being so close to my apartment but it doesn't run at exceedingly outrageous hours. That being said, I'm a morning person. Uptown is located really near to Safeway, 365, Lake Theater, and Downtown Lake Oswego. When the snowstorm came I was really grateful for living here because I could walk anywhere my Prius wasn't able to drive. That being said, it's pretty expensive to live in LO. But you get what you pay for. This city is very beautiful, if a little monotone and conservative. There's a cool bar called Gemini that has free pool on Mondays and everything on the menu tastes good. I will most likely renew my lease here. Also, I own an Alaskan Malamute and they let me keep him here which is 90% the reason I chose to live at this particular apartment complex. We enjoy a lake walk every morning. Definitely an older building and they don't do that much to paint over the previous tenants damages. The walls are paaaaper thin. You hear a lot of things your neighbors do...like NSFW stuff. I'm low maintenance and don't use the heater much (I just put more clothes on) but I suppose heating might be an issue for some people. As well as noise for others. I will say though, that when my friend who lives nearby's power went out she came to my place. And a number of my friends borrow my laundry room.
Great Apartment complex for first year students as it is only a couple miles from the Law Campus. You can walk (1 hr) or bike (20 min) to campus through the beautiful Tryon Park. Great views of Tryon park, swimming pool, small gym, and very quiet and secure. It is also walking distance to downtown Lake Oswego. On the downside, it is a journey to go into Portland and can get boring at times. Very close to the Lake Oswego library, which is a nice alternative study location.
Nice place but would not pick it here or continue living as student for the downsides of: too expensive, a bit noisy, and bad traffic along Powell and Ross Island Bridge to get to campus.
Perks are highly responsive maintenance and building management, great location near a lot of things to do.