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Recent Freeman Webb Companies reviews
My unit is fine, nothing fancy but provides me with basic, functioning necessities. The common areas can get quite dirty and start smelling from trash piling up. They have sent out reminders not to leave trash in the common areas, but residents still do and maintenance maybe comes to clean up once a week. There was a spill (of some unknown dark substance) down the back stairs for months before it was cleaned up. The elevator has been broken for at least 6 weeks now. I placed a ticket in for repair and it was closed by maintenance without ever being addressed. I feel I pay a lot in rent for what I get.
Great, safe place to live
Takes about 20 min. to get to campus in the morning and about 30-40 min. to get home at night (because of 440 construction).
They are building a bigger gym, but it has not opened yet. Probably will be open by Jan. 2020.
They have a small dog park, but not really ideal for your dog to play in.
This is the first apartment I’ve lived in and it’s pretty nice. The gym isn’t incredible, but you can make it work. One thing I wish was different was how expensive it is to do laundry if you don’t have a unit in your apartment, it’s $1.75/load for washer or dryer. Other than that they’re good about maintenance requests or anything like that.
Very nice place for living. Very quiet, friendly neighbors, big student community, not a bad commute to school and good management.
Location is biggest pro
What can't be beat for this complex in the convenience and location. Note that on top of rent, residents are responsible for utilities, internet/cable, monthly parking fee, and renting a washer/dryer unit if you object to using the community appliances. Unfortunately, management has had quite a few transitions and always seems disorganized. The continuity has been weak, and unclear and sometimes even conflicting information is shared with residents. It is a fine place to live, but the amenities themselves aren't worth the price, in my opinion. One money saver to consider is not needing to purchase the VUSM parking pass when living so close to school and several other clinic rotations (children's hospital, VA, Village at Vanderbilt clinic).
Village at Vanderbilt review
This is a single bedroom, single bath apartment at the Village at Vanderbilt, just across the street from Vanderbilt Medical Center. I am not sure you can obtain housing closer than this. However, you do pay extra for this proximity. The apartments are clean and functional, but not necessarily new. However, units recently received all new kitchen appliances, including dishwasher. There is a small gym with a couple treadmills, an elliptical, stationary bike, light dumbbells, and some machines. There is also a pool. Overall the complex feels secure. Residents mostly stick to themselves. This would be a good place for a med student to live if they desire to be extremely close to school (10 minute walk to EBL, less to the hospital) and can fit the bill. There are also some good restaurants very nearby (Pizza Perfect, Kbob's, etc.) with Hillsboro Village just a slightly further walk. Overall a nice residence, under new management now who seems to take good care of the place.