CWS Apartment Homes, LLC
- Management is extremely responsive to requests.
- Great modern amenities
- Front staff office are extremely sweet and polite.
Recent CWS Apartment Homes, LLC reviews
Close to Buckhead and Emory
I loved my apartment because it provided great value for a student, is only a 15 minute (4 mile) drive to Emory, and is very close to the highway for a quick drive to Midtown, etc. yet is also right by some of my favorite places to go in Buckhead. Some of the apartment units don't have as many windows as I'd like, but I still really enjoyed living here.
Great value, but could be more bright
The apartments are being newly renovated and have great management. The apartments are a bit dark, but a few additional lamps would make it brighter!
Great building management!
Management is extremely responsive to requests! Compared to other buildings in the area, it's a little dated in the common areas and could be updated. Pool area is small - but serves it's purpose. Parking garage is cramped, however street parking is easy to come by.
Location is the best part about this place. 10 minutes walking distance to Georgia Tech. Close to Publix/Walgreens/Fox Theatre/Bank of America. Resident Portal/Maintenance -- Getting a quote was super easy when picking this home and I've never manually written a rent cheque out to them (except the first time I think). The resident portal makes it super easy to make recurring payments and stay updated. The maintenance requests can be made on the website anytime and the folks are pretty responsive!
Great location, great home, great people!
Love living here! The location is ideal - very close to Walgreens and publix, just a few minutes away from Centennial Park and the aquarium! The MARTA station is just a block away too! The management is very friendly, repairs are done promptly and they host a lot of social gatherings. The rent is a little on the higher side, but I really recommend living here!
Location is great!
You can't beat the drive if you commute downtown from here. It is far enough away to be affordable & give you more bang for your buck, but it is about a 30 minute commute even in rush hour. The apartments have all been redone inside in the last few years as well, so they are older units but they're nice, which adds to the affordability.
Great place to live!
I love living here! Great location, rent is not too pricey for the area. Management is good.
There is a free on-site gym and a pool. Free covered parking with assigned spots. I've lived here for about two years and plan on renewing my lease again. Overall, good place to live!
Best Place to live!
Great place to live. Staff is awesome and always take care of any issues in timely manner. Always happy and very welcoming and know you by name. Not too many units which to me is a good thing as far as service and feel goes.
Only reason I would move is if I wanted to live in a high rise and overlook the city. But there is no guarantee the staff and service you get will be the same. With that said I would have to think hard about leaving.
Great spacious apartments but rooms are a bit small
I love living at Regents 26. The front desk is awesome. There is a great rooftop patio, study, and home cinema room. They have free drinks in the lobby, which is awesome. The apartments are big and spacious with large walk-in closets but I wish the rooms were a bit bigger.
Rollercoaster gentrification with a lot going for it
I've been at Alexander on Ponce since December 2014, soon after they switched to Greystar management. All of my interactions with the front office have been good, with a few dropped balls that were quickly addressed when I brought them up again. They're undergoing renovations to provide more amenities (but no pool, sadly) so I'm looking forward to an updated clubhouse/business center. The gym should have been updated instead of adding a bocce court but you can't always get what you want.
I got into my studio at a good rate, and even with the slight increase when I renewed it's still a little below market value/asking. Still fits all of my stuff from my previous 1BR with no issue, and I lucked into a renovated unit so that was good. I wish they'd gone with hardwoods instead of carpet in the living/bedroom, though. Easier to clean, even with any potential sound issues; I can hear my upstairs neighbor anyways. Any maintenance issues have been addressed promptly, and the rent app makes payment and tracking past use/payments easy.
The area is a rollercoaster of gentrification - at the bottom of Midtown but not quite in O4W or SoNo/Downtown, very close to restaurants, the Fox, and MARTA. Not too far to Piedmont Park or the Beltline and Ponce City Market. Keep your head on a swivel at night and pay attention to your surroundings and you should be OK.
Ok apartment - terrible management
I am fortunate among my fellow residents to have had few issues with my unit. Those that do are in for a rough ride in terms of coordinating with maintenance/management. (They're kind and courteous, but ineffective). Crime is high within the complex as well (theft); I highly recommend a camera.
Great Location and Management
The location and management has been great. It's a convenient drive to the office for me. There is a great dog park near by and it's within walking distance to all the bars and restaurants in Deep Ellum. The only down fall is that service requests sometimes take a while.
We just got married and moved into this newly renovated apartments. So far has been a great and safe experience. Only downside is closer is too small for two people. Overall recommend this apartment to anyone! Great location!
Fun, young-adult centered apartment
Has been a great place to live! The location is nice because its near Lenox but since its a street further away it is SO much cheaper! The staff is really friendly and helpful. Bedrooms are a great size with bathrooms for each person and pretty big walk in closets!down side: people don't clean up after their pets so it gets a little frustrating...
Overall nice place
Overall, good experience living in the Marquis at Turtle Creek. The building is in a nice location - not right in the thick of Uptown, but close enough to walk to bars and restaurants. The only downfall of the area is that as new apartments have gone up nearby, MTC has felt the need to keep up with numerous renovations, making rent steadily climb. It used to be affordable, but is no longer that way. More apartments nearby has also heavily increased traffic in the area. The apartments themselves are nice, especially with the new granite countertops that have been put in. Ceilings are high and rooms are generally spacious. Huge patios on most first floor apartments, which is a nice bonus! Garage parking is included in rent. The building typically feels safe, however there have been multiple break ins in cars in the garage, and management hasn't wanted to invest in added security despite their upgrades elsewhere in the building. Pool is nice, as is workout room, even though it's a bit small. Management is overall friendly and responsive. Maintenance is perhaps the best thing about this complex - they are extremely quick to respond and very helpful. Best maintenance I've experienced in an apartment complex! Overall, I've enjoyed my time here.