Recent Equity Residential reviews
Apartment is spacious and apartment requests are fixed quickly, but there are some mice and numerous students from UDC have their student housing in the building so it can be noisey on the weekends. Otherwise fine.
Overall a very good experience. Nice complex with good amenities. Fitness center is small but never used so waiting for weights/machines never happens. Parking is good, spots are very large and easy to park in. Guest parking on weekends can be limited. Staff tend to be kind, receptive, and responsive. A broken sink was fixed in under an hour.
Nice apartment and good location in Ballard. Good amenities (in unit laundry, gym, dog wash room, rooftop deck and grills).
Apartment management can be a little annoying but dont need to interact with them.
Would avoid units that don’t have a full separate bedroom with a full wall and door. Also would avoid unit facing courtyard.
Nice Downtown LA location
Pretty standard Arlington apartment experience. The apartments are nice, the staff is pleasant, and the location is solid.
Great location and solid value
The Clarendon is located a block away from the Clarendon metro station (silver line) which is a great spot for getting to work and is convenient to bars, restaurants, and shops.
Floorplans: the units are spacious, and while the rent isn't cheap, for the location and size of the apartment, it's a good deal. There's a lot of storage in my unit.
Amenities: the gym and pool are both small, but they're nice enough. There's a party room that residents can rent pretty cheaply. Parking in the underground garage is $125 per month.
Pets: There's a sizeable non-refundable pet fee plus monthly pet rent of $65. Located across the street from James Hunter Dog Park, so it's well-located if you have pets, but expensive.
Management: Management has generally been friendly and responsive.
Security: There's a 24/7 concierge, but they're not very strict about building access. It's convenient if you like to entertain, but it's definitely not 100% secure.
Courthouse Plaza Apartments Review
big apartment in great location, but pricey
Glo is a great place to live if you are new to LA and don’t have a car (or better if you do). It’s about 3 miles from school which is a short drive or a train ride away. The train station is about a 5-8 minute walk from the building and is a direct route. There’s also everything you need within walking distance (grocery store, restaurants, shopping mall, pharmacies). The units are fairly new with a lot of space. I don’t have any complaints!
Great location, fine apartment, fine amenities
This place gets the job done. Great walking distance to 7th metro and 7th and fig, and some nice restaurants in the area. The gym is a little on the shabby side and they're a little slow on some of the maintenance requests, but otherwise the unit is nice.
What I love: 1.5 blocks from metro station & 4 blocks from USC; concierge; Financial District (in the middle of all the tall buildings); rooftop; modern unit (remodeled option); occasional resident events; studionlooks into a courtyard & they painted nice design on opposing wall nicely
What I don’t like as much: no delivery lockers; expensive & limited parking (months-long waitlist for onsite spot; guest parking regularly fills up); washer & dryer in one (some units have them separate, but you can’t choose); non-modern hallways; pet odors; mail & move in/recycling area (back of building) are dirty & smelly; one way street sometimes causes uber delays; loud sound from rooftop (generators?); have to borrow key for rooftop workspace; can sometimes hear neighbors through restroom walls.
Vista on Courthouse Review
Positive experience at Vista; resigned lease
Mozaic at Union Station Review
Complex is located at epicenter of metro and bus transportation. Complex exterior is very nice but apartments seemed to be a bit crammed.
Great building, great residence, great prices, great management. Put up a flex wall to turn a 2-bed into 3 or a 1-bed into 2. More than enough space and helps you save a lot of money! Also pet friendly which is awesome for non-pet owners too :) Super accessible to blue, orange, silver and red lines, as well as buses. Very close to great stores, bars and restaurants, as well as Georgetown! Walls are very thick, people are friendly, I have zero complaints!
Excellent location by metro in Clarendon
I renewed my lease to live here a second year and love my apartment. It's a little on the expensive side but our apartment (2 bed, 2 bath) is very spacious, I have a walk-in closet, my roommate has a big soaker tub, and we have granite countertops and stainless steel appliances in the kitchen. The apartment has a free pool (only open Memorial to Labor Day) and gym included as well as a club room with a pool table and kitchen free for use, but you can also rent out the space for an event. The Clarendon is right beside the Clarendon metro and right by all the bars, restaurants, and shops in Clarendon. The location can't be beat for Arlington. They are pet friendly and have parking available in an underground garage, but both come at an extra cost. Management and maintenance are pretty responsive and they host social events pretty much every month. There is a front desk concierge 24/7 and they hold/check-out packages for you. There are apartments, lofts, and townhomes mixed in this apartment. Biggest downside is that we don't have a balcony and only have windows on one side of our apartment.