Community Realty Company, Inc
Recent Community Realty Company, Inc reviews
Convenient, friendly staff
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)
2400 Pennsylvania Avenue
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
No issues so far
I've lived in Calvert House for 1.5 years, and it's been a good experience overall. It's an older apartment building, so some of the appliances and cabinetry are a little dated, but management and maintenance are typically pretty responsive to any problems. It's right next to the Woodley Park metro station, which is very helpful for my commute and getting around during bad weather. It's across the street from Woodley Park restaurants, and it's only a 15-minute walk from Adams Morgan and a 25-minute walk from Dupont Circle.
No Frills - close to GW
Building is no frills. No issues with bugs or anything bad. Apartment issues are addressed by maintenance within 24 hours. Good place to live if you want to be close and live alone.
The apartment is located on a quiet street with lots of greenery. It is a nice sized studio apartment with great windows, and I never hear my neighbors. Management is quick to respond to all maintenance requests and the common areas are always kept clean. The one downside is the gym. It is tiny and closes at 9 pm. Overall, I highly recommend The 925 Apartments.
Very very expensive rent and they will raise it on you
Overall I have enjoyed living at the 925. I have lived here for about a year and a half. However, I would note that my apartment is really expensive for the condition it is in (1970s fixtures with appliance updates) meaning the carpet is really stained, tile in the bathroom is cracked, etc. What really bugged me was they raised my already really high rent even more. (Made me decide to move). Moving in was a nightmare with the leasing staff at the time (very unresponsive), but I think they have since been replaced. The gym has some equipment and the roof is wholly unimpressive (chain link fence and limited seating, they could improve this a LOT).
On the bright side they did install new laundry machines in the basement, and are slowly renovating rooms (although this has created some awful noise issues, but luck of the draw on this). My studio is VERY spacious and has two walk-in closets that are fantastic! Front desk is staffed 24 hours and they are all very friendly, they have also installed a key-fob system. Good location to GW and the foggy bottom metro. No rats, mice, bugs of any kind and big windows. Just wish the price was notes out of touch with the actual conditions of the apartments.
Ideal Student Housing in Cleveland Park
I absolutely love Quebec House. The buildings are very well maintained, the staff is attentive and professional, and the neighborhood has everything you could want - restaurants, bars, a movie theatre, even a new Target! It's a ten minute Metro ride to Farragut North, and Cleveland Park is a million times better than Foggy Bottom.
It's a nice apartment complex in a good area. It's about a 15 minute walk from the law school, so it is in an ideal location for me. Also, the rent is relatively cheap compared to others in the area.
Great location, solid amenities (gym, roof, good front desk staff), and the units themselves are great. While it may not have the flash of some of the newer apartment units in the U street or H street areas, Quebec House is a great place to live and has a diverse demographic of tenants.
The apartment is great! We love the views in particular. The main living area and bedrooms have a wall of windows that let in tons of light and in the mornings, give us an amazing view of the sunrise - makes getting up for work that much easier! The square footage and closet space is hard to beat too. Plus, there’s 24/7 concierge for packages, etc., a pick up dry cleaning service, a membership deal with a local gym, and we never hear our neighbors.
Staff is great
The staff is great, our landlord always is very helpful with any issue; for instance laundry machines. Packages are well handled in the storage. I recommend this apartment building to everybody who is a professional with kids. Zoo is walking distance!
Great value in a beautiful neighborhood
Tall trees and good transit access combined with the thoughtful and attentive management by the team make this a comfortable home. Lacks the bells and whistles that recently-constructed luxury buildings have, but all our basic needs are met—good value for the rent price.
Comfy and Silent Apt
Silent Apartment with very good location near the metro and a 2 block zoo that’s makes it perfect for little children. Only thing it has no amenities; there is a rooftop but you cannot cook. You can stay there and bring your food and have a good time but’s but I think there is a big opportunity there.
I've lived here for 6 months and its been wonderful. The staff is very friendly, and the location can't be beat. The apartments are a bit older, but they've got lovely wooden floors and tons of closet space. The best part is the large windows that let in tons of natural light. There is a great communal rooftop and a building laundry facility.