Gates Hudson Community Management

 28 listings          
 87 reviews
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7.8
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Recent Gates Hudson Community Management reviews

Paying for convenience and location

9 management rating Reviewed by on

I have lived at the Shay for all four years of medical school. While I did get a student discount when I first moved in, it is expensive to live in DC. However I have never had to drive to school or the hospital, and the walk is less than seven minutes door to door. It is right in the mix with the restaurants, bars, hang out spots on you Street, and it is a really nice little street with a Korean barbecue, small market, and clothing shops on the first level below the apartmentsI have lived at the Shea for all four years of medical school. While I did get a student discount when I first moved in, it is expensive to live in DC. However I have never had to drive to school or the hospital, and the walk is less than seven minutes door to door. It is right in the mix with the restaurants, bars, hang out spots on U Street, and it is a really nice little street with a Korean barbecue restaurant, coffee shop perfect for studying, mini market, and clothing shops on the first level below the apartments. The apartment building itself is nice and modern, and the common area is also a good place to study or hang out with friends. The staff is nice and accommodating for any of your needs. It has been easy to for fill maintenance request, and pick up packages and I have had no major issues living here. The apartment building itself is nice and modern, and the common area is also a good place to study or hang out with friends. The staff is nice and accommodating for any of your needs. It has been easy to fill online maintenance request snd pick up packages and I have had no major issues living here.

The units are bright and some have amazing views of the city and Washington monument. All units have in-unit washer and dryer, which was a huge perk for me.

The downsides of the Shay are the cost & the proximity to U street, which can get loud on weekends and on nights when people are out. The gym is also rather small, and the community shared space doesn’t have a lot of outlets.

The Shay
 / Washington DC  / Studio, 1 bath

I love where I live!

10 management rating Reviewed by on

Great place to live in. I am 6 minutes from the metro station by foot and a 20 minute driver to George Washington University, 30 minutes to the VA hospital. The area is very nice and safe to live in. The building I live in has 2 neighboring building for more rent and bedroom availability options. Definitely recommend it.

The Gramercy At Metropolitan Park
 / Washington DC  / 1 bed, 2 baths

Prosperity Flats Review

8 management rating Reviewed by on

Very close to the metro and great, responsive management

Prosperity Flats
 / Washington DC  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Love it here

8 management rating Reviewed by on

Love everything except parking. We share one spot and it can be hard to find the other spot.

The Park at Arlington Ridge
 / Washington DC  / 2 beds, 2 baths

Prosperity Flats Review

10 management rating Reviewed by on

Prosperity Flats

Prosperity Flats
 / Washington DC  / 2 beds, 2 baths

Rosslyn Vue

6 management rating Reviewed by on

Apartment is about a 10 minute walk from both Rosslyn and Courthouse metro stops. The apartment and appliances are nice and in very good shape. Elevator is a little slow and not very big, so if you need to move a large piece of furniture up a few flight of stairs you might have some difficulties. Walking distance to safeway and target for groceries. It's also walking distance to quite a few places to eat. The gym in the building is a little small, but management also owns the apartment(Rosslyn Heights) across the street and you are able to use their gym and pool.

Rosslyn Vue
 / Washington DC  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Great apartment + community, long commute

10 management rating Reviewed by on

My biggest issue is the commute. In the morning it is fine- it usually take 15-20 minutes to get to capital one's HQ building. In the evening, from around 4:45 - 6, it takes about 30 minutes or even longer due to traffic. I think this is pretty common if you live anywhere far from the office - it is just an annoying aspect of living here. It is about a 10 minute walk from the orange line, but that does not go directly to Capital One - you would have to transfer in East Falls Church.

The people in this community are fantastic, and there are not too many issues with noise as the walls are concrete. This is near many storage facilities, so sometimes I will hear noise from those facilities once or twice at night (usually, this is not an issue). I also have occasionally heard some noise from my neighbor (again, this is usually not an issue).

They have a lot of fun events, and the property management is very responsive. Maintenance is very quick, and an emergency maintenance technician lives on site and is very responsive. Property management has had issues with charging me for parking incorrectly, and with changing my parking spots due to their parking spot system. It's near the mosaic district as well, which is a nice area.

Prosperity Flats
 / Washington DC  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Convenient and Comfy in VA

10 management rating Reviewed by on

The metro is across the street through the Gateway Marriott. Getting to law school takes about 30 minutes on the blue line, including walking. Only issue is it's hard to go between school and home, so, if you need a suit, I just wear mine to school for the day.

Costco is around the corner, which is good for things you need in bulk, and Pentagon City is a ten minute walk. Harris Teeter is just beyond the main mall at Pentagon City, also an easy walk. Lastly, there's also a Rite Aid in the Crystal City Shops area. And there's a row of restaurants down the street.

There's a library down the street as well.

Best part of the apartment itself is it's larger than in the city, quiet, and comfortable. It used to be a hotel, and now it's mostly residential. Staff are friendly.

For comparison, places in Courthouse along the orange/silver line might have similar prices, be a similar distance from school, and have good amenities, too.

Only complaint is that studios don't have their own washing/drying machine, and utilities, i.e. gas, water, electricity, are based on square footage, not use (about $90/mth for my studio), and wifi here is another $100. Not sure what the prices are like in other parts of VA, but I've heard DC wifi is at least cheaper.

For a general sense of this area, it's very safe. Feels a bit like a retirement community, even though most of my neighbors are students and families.

Also, it can access the yellow line, which is convenient if you need to go to the center of the city for anything.

Crystal Towers
 / Washington DC  / Studio, 1 bath

Best Bang for your Buck in Arlington

5 management rating Reviewed by on

I have been at this apartment complex for over a year and plan to stay for another two. It's the best bargain in South Arlington but you certainly have to own a car to be in the area. Commuting is easy, as they run a shuttle bus M-F from the apartment complex straight to Pentagon City Metro. The walls are paper thin though, so we are very used to knowing our neighbors well!

The Park at Arlington Ridge
 / Washington DC  / 2 beds, 1 bath

Prosperity Flats Review

10 management rating Reviewed by on

Excellent place to live

Prosperity Flats
 / Washington DC  / 1 bed, 1 bath

great space close to Howard

10 management rating Reviewed by on

If you're looking for a beautiful space close to Howard this is it!

The Shay
 / Washington DC  / 2 beds, 2 baths

Laundry is a Pain

5 management rating Reviewed by on

The on-site laundry is a pain. They are currently installing units in the apartments but that will take months to finish.

The Buchanan
 / Washington DC  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Metro access

5 management rating Reviewed by on

Can’t beat the access to the metro, underground passage from the apartment building to the the metro

The Buchanan
 / Washington DC  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Great Management!

8 management rating Reviewed by on

Management responsive to comments. Lots of great community events. Clean, well-kept space. Apartments are large with lots of closet space. Low noise-level. Great amenities include pool (outside) and gym. Ability to use amenities (i.e. indoor pool) of sister sites in Crystal City. Pets allowed. Friendly staff. Relatively peaceful and pleasant area. Close to DC, the airport, and VRE.

Downside are the shared laundry machines, which often do not work. I believe that they are working on fixing this issue.

The Buchanan
 / Washington DC  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Really Good

6 building rating Reviewed by on

Our experience at The Gramcercy has been really good.

The Gramercy At Metropolitan Park
 / Washington DC  / 2 beds, 2 baths