Community Realty Company, Inc

 6 listings          
 71 reviews
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Recent Community Realty Company, Inc reviews

So far so good

9 management rating Reviewed by on

Just moved in in July and while the leasing office wasn’t the most helpful the staff at the actual apt are awesome. Everybody is so nice! The location is close to campus and there are other kids in my class in the building who i can hangout with or study with given we all live here. Also close proximity to metro and grocery stores

The 925 Apartments
 / Washington DC  / Studio, 1 bath

Cleveland Park Studio apt

7 management rating Reviewed by on

An older building a bit further away from campus. Very close to metro station. Feels homey with trees, dog park, young families. Some great restaurants right down the hill on Connecticut. Target is within walking distance!

Quebec House
 / Washington DC  / Studio, 1 bath

Love my studio!

9 management rating Reviewed by on

Love the windows that span the whole apartment and the newly renovated kitchen. Amenities include unofficial guest parking for free, gym, rooftop, and great front desk staff.

The 925 Apartments
 / Washington DC  / Studio, 1 bath

No Frills but Safe and Close

9 management rating Reviewed by on

This apartment is a very safe complex that is usually very quiet and within three minutes walking distance to the hospital and medical school. This is a no frills apartment (older models that could use renovating). However it has everything you need, and they are very responsive to service requests. There is a front desk to receive packages. Rent includes access to a small gym in the building. Paid parking is optional at this residence ($175 per vehicle for outdoor parking or $250 per vehicle for covered). No in unit laundry (each load is ~$2 to wash and ~$2.20 to dry)

The 925 Apartments
 / Washington DC  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Great!

9 management rating Reviewed by on

Great experience so far

Quebec House
 / Washington DC  / Studio, 1 bath

Quebec House apartment - highly recommend

8 management rating Reviewed by on

I've lived at Quebec House for 2 years. I've been really impressed with it. The studios are spacious and include an enclosed kitchen and walk-in closet. My apartment overlooks Rock Creek Park, so it's so nice to see the trees and get a view of nature. There's a hiking trail that leads directly into the park. Management has always been responsive and fixed any issues within 24 hours. The gym includes a Peloton bike, which I really enjoy using. It's a 5 minute walk from Cleveland Park metro and Target. Highly recommend.

Quebec House
 / Washington DC  / Studio, 1 bath

Perfect for Student

10 management rating Reviewed by on

Quebec House is the perfect apartment for student living. A quiet side street off of Connecticut Ave. I can walk less than 5 minutes to the metro, target, grocery stores, and a few quiet restaurants and bars. Access to Rock Creek Park and if you get off at the Farragut North metro and walk the commute to school is about 40 minutes. Driving is less than 20 minutes. Pet friendly (there is a dog park) this is the place for a student looking for a quiet retreat.

Quebec House
 / Washington DC  / Studio, 1 bath

Pretty good for the price, next to metro

7 management rating Reviewed by on

great location next to the metro, in a nice neighborhood. the management company is generally helpful. I would recommend the building but it's not mind-blowing. We've had mice.

Calvert House
 / Washington DC  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Not Bad, All Things Considered

9 management rating Reviewed by on

2400 Penn, in my opinion, is a great location near the law school. It is only about a 10-12 minute walk from the front steps to the law school. It really comes in handy as I chose to leave my car behind back home instead of bringing it here. If you were to bring your car, it is about an extra 250/month for parking. With that being said, I also chose this location because it is very near to the Foggy Bottom/GWU metro stop. As someone who has lived in DC before, you can get to plenty of places just using the metro. Also, there is a bus stop (DC Circulator and MetroBus) in front of the apartment that can take you places if need be

It is an older building, however, management has done an amazing job as far as upkeep goes. I am in a recently-renovated studio with hardwood floors and I am well-impressed by the size of it. Of course, being in DC means you are going to pay a pretty penny for rent and it is what it is, but rent here is on the lower end compared to apartments in Foggy Bottom and in the rest of DC. You will find some cheaper apartments or apartments around the same price range near the school, but I believe that this is the best of the bunch.

If you are someone that is social, you will be out of luck in Foggy Bottom because there isn't really any nightlife. Good news,however, is that it is not that far of a walk from Dupont Circle, which has a great mix of restaurants and nightlife.

There is no gym here, so either you'll have to use the school's gym or get a membership at a gym nearby. I chose the latter.

One thing I should stress is that the apartments are near a hospital, meaning that you will hear ambulances going in and out all the time. For someone who is a hard sleeper, I've been woken up before, but it's few and far between with occurrences. However, if you're a light sleeper or have trouble concentrating with many outside noises, take that into consideration before you move here.

I find management easy to work with. They've been very responsive to my maintenance requests and the process of putting one in is very easy. As this is my very first apartment that's not considered student housing, the management here was very welcoming ever since I toured the place the summer before my first year here. They walked me through the process and were nothing but patient and kind throughout the whole thing.

All in all, I cannot complain living here. When looking at apartments, I wanted to pick a place where I can envision staying all three years of law school because I do not want to go through the process of moving again while in school and I think I found a great spot in 2400 Penn.

2400 Pennsylvania Avenue
 / Washington DC  / Studio, 1 bath

Okay-ish studio

2 management rating Reviewed by on

Management isn’t too responsive to concerns. There are no amenities such as gym or pool.

2400 Pennsylvania Avenue
 / Washington DC  / Studio, 1 bath

Very spacious, very friendly front desk and leasing staff

8 management rating Reviewed by on

I enjoy living at Quebec house - it has pretty much everything I would want except in-unit W/D for many studios. There is a shared laundry room on the ground floor, pets are allowed, there is ample street parking, and most utilities are included. I find 500 sq ft for a studio to be quite spacious. The gym is quite tiny, but that is my only complaint. I have not had any other maintenance issues, and I fine the staff and other residents to be very friendly. The commute by metro to GW is about 30-35min.

Quebec House
 / Washington DC  / Studio, 1 bath

Nice for graduate students going to GW or Georgetown

4 management rating Reviewed by on

While I had some prior issues securing this place in the beginning (issues with getting management on the phone because I was an out-of-state student moving to DC for graduate school, the 925 is a great place. It's quiet and the staff is helpful if you need anything -- 24hr front desk. Great location -- Foggy Bottom Metro Station and Bus stop, Whole Foods, Trader Joe's, and a CVS all within walking distance. Right in Foggy Bottom, so close to Georgetown and the national mall and other tourist things. It's a nice place!

The 925 Apartments
 / Washington DC  / 1 bed, 1 bath

2400 Pennsylvania Avenue

7 management rating Reviewed by on

9 am - 5 pm concierge; maintenance man lives on premises and is super nice/responsive; concierge is very personable and easy-going; no gym; incredible location - on the corner of K St. and Pennsylvania Ave.; 5 min walk to Trader Joe's and Whole Foods; really nice roof-top view; no noise issues; units don't all have the most luxurious amenities but are clean (and nice enough for me); Foggy Bottom metro stop 5 min away; 10-15 min walk to GW campus; key fob access only, so the building is relatively safe; parking for around $250/month; no significant issues thus far

2400 Pennsylvania Avenue
 / Washington DC  / Studio, 1 bath

Convenient, friendly staff

6 management rating Reviewed by on

The 925 apartments are super convenient (walking distance to campus, trader joes, whole foods, multiple gyms and restaurants). The staff is really friendly and helpful. The leasing manager is not the most helpful and can take a long time to get back to you. Also, the kitchens are in dire need of an update. I really enjoy my studio though. There are big windows that make it feel much bigger than it really is. Great closet space! The apartment doesn't have a gym/pool/rooftop (sad)

The 925 Apartments
 / Washington DC  / Studio, 1 bath

Great

7 management rating Reviewed by on

No issues so far

Calvert House
 / Washington DC  / Studio, 1 bath