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171 Washington St Review
Overlook - Brighton
Overlook at st Gabriel review
The apartment and everything is great but the management is really weird and keeps sending notices for parties that other people do and then put restrictions on us saying that we are involved. And their management keeps making new rules randomly like no more than one guest at home after 10 and not guest in the lounges after that. Plus the walls are so thin that even when we are cooking, all the noise goes out! Neighbors some are good while some are really weird and rude. The good part is that the building keeps doing events like cooking class, pool tournaments, etc.
Nice apt to live, but a little far from law school
Excellent living environment, but a little far away from law school and transit
Wildwood Baton Rouge Apartments Review
Good place to live
The building is unsanitary, in an unsafe area midtown, there is no windows in the bedrooms, the furnitures are cheap.
A murder happened in the residence this summer.
DO not go
worst experience ever. Not cleaned, management is terrible, don't help, environment dangerous
Close to Campus!
-Management is super nice and responsive
-Pretty good gym and shared community room that you can rent out free of charge
-20 minute walk / 5 minute drive to MSU business building
-Tons of dogs with little dog park area
-Hallways and elevator not kept up very well
Good place to live but increase in price makes it hard to continue living there
Experience wise it is a very good place to live but price-wise, it is another issue. The rent keeps going up with nothing changing so what is the reason. I am satisfied with the apartment itself but the rising price is a no for me.
ITS BEEN GREAT EXCEPT THE RENT IS EXPENSIVE FOR A STUDENT
The property is very spacious with great amenities (big pool, gym, entertainment, etc.). It's about a 10-15 minute drive to campus, but there is a shuttle that drops off on campus 7-5 Mon-Fri. The area is not always the most clean. I don't think the gym has ever been cleaned, and our unit wasn't cleaned before move-in.
Onsite Study rooms for masters students
I was able to live here because I took over someone's lease. I would say in normal circumstances, $800 a month is a little steep. This place offers free trash take-out, a resort-style pool, a clubhouse with pool and games. They also have study areas with free coffee. The parking is gated as well.
All around not bad
Good location, decent prices and friendly management. Quality of the building is nothing to write home about but it's good for a budget apartment.
Good for the area, convenience, price
Living at the Tower was definitely a good decision for me. I needed a place that was close enough to campus that I could bike into classes/clinic shifts when the weather was permitting, that allowed pets, and that fit a student budget. I think this complex met all of the above criteria. It's definitely an older building, with the standard carpet and popcorn ceiling, a fairly outdated kitchen. Still, it was roomy, had a balcony, and overall the management was responsive enough that I didn't have to stress about any housing-related issues more than a couple of times. Biggest complaint is that the internet (which is included in your rent) would drop out on occasion. There was overall 2-3 times where I needed to leave the apartment to attend a Zoom class due to the internet dropping out for the building. It's definitely a popular apartment complex for undergrads as well so be prepared for lots of noise on the weekends and late at night. My neighbors were nice enough that when I knocked to ask them to turn down the music they would oblige without issue.
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The residence itself is fine.