First Communities Management

 36 listings          
 3 reviews
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What's great

  • Great housing for students.
  • Generally located in safe neighborhoods.

What could be better

  • Units are on the older side.

Recent First Communities Management reviews

Good for students

3 management rating Reviewed by on

For the price you pay, Chelsea Commons isn't a bad place to live. The units themselves are pretty basic, and it's cheaper than most of the other area apartments. However, I wouldn't live there again now that I'm out of undergrad -- there are better options in the area.

180 West
 / Raleigh-Durham  / 2 beds, 2 baths

Safe building with lots of renters with small kids

5 management rating Reviewed by on

This building has elevators, laundry rooms and a courtyard for the kids, lots of young families renting here. Building super is very responsive. Management board is lousy. Overall a very safe and convenient neighborhood with virtually every type of fast food, grocery store and bus stop within walking distance. No dogs allowed here, which sucks. No gym.

Owners corp
 / New York  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Good complex

6 management rating Reviewed by on

I am, for the most part, happy with this complex. It is older but I like the hardwood floors. The only thing I am not happy with is the fact that every time my upstairs neighbor plays music it sounds like a dance party in my apartment. I, also, wish I did not hear him walk around so much. Parking is good though. I have not heard of any break ins or anything.

The Park at Peachtree Hills
 / Atlanta  / Studio, 1 bath