Recent AIMCO reviews
Chestnut Hall Review
Solid Place to Live with Roomates
I moved out to CO with two friends and we rented out a 3BR 2BA here. Space for price is good. Rent doesn't include any utilities, separate parking and pet fees as well. The price of a 1 BR is very pricey but if you do have someone to live with, I'd say it's worth the price and the commute to school is only 15-20 minutes. Management is not very responsive but can't say that's outside the norm of most apartments these days.
If you have a car and do not mind a 10-15 minute drive to campus, I highly recommend living in Alexandria. You get twice the space for $500-900 cheaper than in Arlington. Additionally, there are fewer extra expenses such as parking. My apartment in particular has large bedrooms with plenty of closet space for both myself and my roommate, as well as an office.
Evanston Place Review
Nice apartment with great view, but appliances are old with many problems
Closest to hub, spacious apartments, nice outdoor spaces
This place has been a great home base for Kellogg. Space is much bigger than the average Evanston apartments for comparable price. My unit has an outdoor space which I love. Some finishes are out of date, but still nice!
Great apt, very comfortable and near everything
Very spacious and modern, near restaurants, near Global hub and commute stops.
Broadcast Center Apartments Review
We have three people in a two bedroom, which makes it relatively affordable. The amenities are great. The location is great for nightlife and restaurants, but not great for commuting to UCLA (about 25-40 minutes depending on time of day).
Good location, somewhat pricey
Great location by dog park, and Schuylkill river; between Rittenhouse Square and Wharton/West Philly; in quiet brownstone Fitler Square part of town. Nice tall loft with windows.
Replacement of windows makes the nearby train much less distracting (rarely hear it now).
Mostly responsive with repair work orders; but there are a lot of random leaks and such (it is an older building retrofitted to be apartments from a factory). Only 2 elevators, and 1 of them has been out for months. Lots of repairs since the Schuylkill river historic flood in September (refinished gym and community room).
Great for students
I share a 3B2B with two other Wharton students and we are very happy with it. The apartment is very spacious and the bedrooms are large enough to fit a desk.
Solid Place to Live
Nice units and big Wharton contingent. About a block outside of Rittenhouse but very easy to get everywhere.
The Sterling Apartments Review
Very noisy on JFK
I have really enjoyed living at Riverloft - the location is unbeatable and you get a ton of space. The only con is things in the apartment tend to break easily.
Good location and spacious units
Sterling is very conveniently located at around a 25-30 minute walking distance from campus. Also very well connected via public transport, the nearest trolley station is one block away and cuts journey time down to 10-15 minutes.
The building itself has great amenities including an amazing rooftop pool. The amount of square footage you get for the price is fantastic. Highly recommend getting top floor units as ceilings are very high and make the apartment even more spacious.
One issue is that I have to call maintenance relatively frequently for various issues, including leaking sinks and problems with the front door lock. There is sometimes an unpleasant sewage smell coming up from the drains in the bathroom which the building has been unable to resolve.
Great apartment complex and very nice units. Amenities include pool, gym, clubhouse. Apartment complex is gated with a gate attendant. Parking is plentiful and inexpensive. Quiet neighborhood with amazing restaurants within walking distance.