AIMCO

 100 listings          
 368 reviews
7.7
Building rating
7.4
Management rating

Recent AIMCO reviews

The Left Bank Review

4 management rating Reviewed by on

Nice apartments, very convenient location

The Left Bank
 / Philadelphia  / 2 beds, 2 baths

close to campus

8 management rating Reviewed by on

biggest advantage is close to campus

Evanston Place
 / Chicago  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Location

1 management rating Reviewed by on

Good thing: Evanston Place has a good location, which is 12 mins walk to the MFC building. They allow pets(with fees), and they just newly constructed.
Bad thing: The overpriced rent, small gym(couple running machines), prolonged response from the office(bad management). The apartments facing Chicago Ave. is terrible because not much sun received and the extreme noise level (whole night).

Evanston Place
 / Chicago  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Pet friendly apartment in central location

9 management rating Reviewed by on

A bit expensive without a ton of restaurants/ bars nearby, but very quick drive to campus and great location for dog owners!

HillCreste Apartments
 / Los Angeles  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Please, don't move here

3 management rating Reviewed by on

My husband and I have lived at The Left Bank for 4 years (our entire time in med school). We chose the building due to its proximity to HUP/JMEC and the on-site parking.

Pros: Our apartment is large and the kitchen appliances are new and high-quality. There is an in-building gym with good cardio equipment. The location can't be beat as far as proximity to HUP/CHOP/PCAM. Waterfront Gourmet is on the ground floor and is an awesome deli. There is on-site garage parking.

Cons: Our apartment has flooded repeatedly. First, we were on the second floor (courtyard level) with a patio. It constantly flooded from outside and from our malfunctioning AC unit. When we got back from our honeymoon, our apartment had flooded and our belongings had been left outside on the patio to "dry." We were moved to a unit on the 6th floor. The A/C unit in this apartment still floods. The drainage line is clogged with algae, so the drainage pan continually overflows. Every time it rains, the ceiling also leaks. They have been "repairing" the roof for several months, but the problem continues. They recently replaced all of the conventional locks with "smart locks" that require a key code. This is a much less secure option and there have already been break-ins. Security in the building is non-existent. Maintenance workers have repeatedly let themselves into our apartment without permission, several times when we were in the shower or asleep. At other times, they claim they will come within a given window and then never show. The garage gate is frequently broken and the bars on the gate have recently been bent to let someone through. Management is hostile at best and resents any questions or requests. There is an automated package delivery system that charges $40/day for every day you're late to pick up your packages. The fire alarm goes off at least once a month and is deafeningly loud, to the point where it has given our pet health problems. The building has been one headache after another and we never feel at peace in our own home. The only reason we haven't moved is that it's so convenient to HUP.

The Left Bank
 / Philadelphia  / 1 bed, 1 bath

For Professionals

9 management rating Reviewed by on

The building is located on busy Broad Street, however it is as quiet as a church inside. Residents are young professionals and the units are built with solid concrete walls separating each from the other to further reduce noise. Pets are welcome and the building services include a wonderful concierge staff as well as innovative package delivery through LuxerOne and pick up dry cleaning. I'd recommend this to anyone who is looking for a more private experience than the typical Rittenhouse buildings.

Southstar Lofts
 / Philadelphia  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Sterling is convenient, spacious, and massive

9 management rating Reviewed by on

Apartments have incredible square footage and tons of natural light in each room. Quality of finishings is medium to high. Amenities, including the doorman, rooftop, etc. are top of the line and management is extremely prompt with questions/service requests.

The building is really close to the 19th/Market Trolley stop which makes it super easy to get to and from Penn's campus.

Only gripe with this place is that the backside of the building now looks into the Comcast2 offices. At times, it can be a bit annoying.

The Sterling Apartments
 / Philadelphia  / 2 beds, 2 baths

Best location for Wharton Hockey Players

8 management rating Reviewed by on

If you like the loft setup and have a car/pet, this is the place for you. Students interested in playing d-league hockey, this is the perfect building as it is equidistant between the finest Irish pub in Philly, Bonners, and the Class of 1923 Arena.

The Riverloft Apartments
 / Philadelphia  / Studio, 1 bath

Good amenities, helpful staff and apartments in good shape

10 management rating Reviewed by on

I love living at Sterling. The apartment is well located, a little bit outside of the Rittenhouse bubble. It is very close to the train station and to the bus station, if you use this to travel around. Also, the building has a shuttle that takes you to the university so you don't need to spend a penny with uber if you plan accordingly.

The Sterling Apartments
 / Philadelphia  / 2 beds, 2 baths

Good Luxury Building with Few Downsides

9 management rating Reviewed by on

Building itself is great, newly renovated with nice amenities (biggest rooftop pool in Philly, grill in rooftop, decent gym, study rooms). Also right next to good delis, pharmacies, dry cleaning less than a 10min walk from Trader Joes.

The biggest downsides are:
- No view (building is surrounded by tall office buildings, leaving you with views into people's offices)
- Thin windows!! The streets can get pretty loud during weekedays, so I always have to sleep with earplugs in. The shades are also terrible so eyemasks are sometimes required.
- Could be a block or 2 closer to campus, but not a dealbreaker by any means

The Sterling Apartments
 / Philadelphia  / 2 beds, 2 baths

Great option outside of Rittenhouse Square

7 management rating Reviewed by on

The place is very clean, decently priced and having an outdoor swimming pool is pretty nice

Park Towne Place Premier
 / Philadelphia  / Studio, 1 bath

The Riverloft Apartments Review

1 building rating Reviewed by on

I do not recommend

The Riverloft Apartments
 / Philadelphia  / 1 bed, 1 bath

No Complaints

8 management rating Reviewed by on

Nothing big to complain about

Park Towne Place Premier
 / Philadelphia  / 2 beds, 2 baths

Great apartment IF there aren't too many maintenance projects

4 management rating Reviewed by on

New owners are doing a lot of upgrades but be aware of whether any major work will be done when you move in. They are part way through a disaster of a fa├žade project that took so long and angered tenants so much from noise and dust that they temporarily stopped. It will likely start up again and won't be pleasant when it does

Locust on the Park
 / Philadelphia  / 2 beds, 2 baths

Location and space

2 management rating Reviewed by on

The location is ideal--close to university city but still in center city so near social scene. And right next to Pub. The space is unbeatable as well, especially if you have pets. The one downside is that the Aimco leasing/management team that runs this building is the absolute worst. For this much money, Locust on the Park is probably slightly nicer. And 2116 chestnut is a bit more social. But riverloft isn't a bad option, especially if you have a dog, are a couple, or can snag one of the 3 BRs.

The Riverloft Apartments
 / Philadelphia  / 1 bed, 1 bath