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Thea living

10 management rating Reviewed by on

Staff is friendly and responsive. Really close to campus and quiet.

THEA at Metropolis
 / Los Angeles  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Brand New Elegant Skyscraper

10 management rating Reviewed by on

Great team and incredible building.

THEA at Metropolis
 / Los Angeles  / 2 beds, 3 baths

Good Managed Property in Downtown Berkeley

7 management rating Reviewed by on

Good value for the money but not an excellent apartment by any means.

Location is great - proximal to UC Berkeley, Downtown Berkeley BART, many good food options on Shattuck.

Management and apartment teams could be more responsive with regard to the little things, e.g. refilling hand sanitizer, providing more advance and transparent notice about not being able to get a vehicle out of the garage because of the garage door replacement.

Package delivery is not ideal. Amazon, USPS, Fedex packages will be left in a locker with a code sent to residents. However, once this locker is full, packages are just left on the floor by elevator / lobby entrance area with no easy system to identify residents' packages.

Roof deck on the 9th floor is spacious and good for hosting. Gym is relatively minimalistic but a nice amenity, but unfortunately only available during office hours.

Berkeley Central
 / San Francisco  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Cheap but you get what you pay for. Lots of space.

5 management rating Reviewed by on

This is a good location. Away from all the business in the city. It is 20 minutes from school.

It’s a big apartment and affordable. But it’s kind of run down and poor management. however, if you’re paying for an apartment and in school, I’d say this is a good option.

Oxford Hills
 / St Louis  / 2 beds, 2 baths

LPM Apartments Review

8 management rating Reviewed by on

Very close to downtown and modern

LPM Apartments
 / Minneapolis-Saint Paul  / 1 bed, 1 bath

AQ Rittenhouse Review

9 management rating Reviewed by on

Great location and well managed building at a decent price

AQ Rittenhouse
 / Philadelphia  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Great experience!

9 management rating Reviewed by on

I moved after my 2nd year of residency and have been living at The Republic for about 6 months. The primary reason I moved: I wanted lower rent. The secondary reasons I moved: management at my old apartment building was troublesome, and I wanted to be closer to friends/things to do. My experience at The Republic has been wonderful! It is a fantastic location- close to bus routes (I sometimes walk to HUP - bus to PPMC and the VA), ultra close to key stores (same block as Target, 5m walk to Trader Joe's), close to places I like to spend my free time (Rittenhouse Park, trail by the river, great food- even for takeout, art supply stores, used bookstores). The management- especially the front desk staff - are super nice and so helpful! Maintenance has been very responsive (and I haven't had any major issues). I live in a renovated apartment with a great view with sunlight my houseplants love. One downside is that my commute is longer than it used to me - it increased from 10-20 minutes to 20-30 minutes, which can feel like a lot at the end of a long day. It has been worth it for me though!

The Republic
 / Philadelphia  / 1 bed, 1 bath

The Louis Review

7 management rating Reviewed by on

Great Place; good value

The Louis
 / Washington DC  / 2 beds, 2 baths

Mass Court Apartments Review

7 management rating Reviewed by on

Pretty great apartment at Mass Court

Mass Court Apartments
 / Washington DC  / 2 beds, 2 baths

Great place for families

8 management rating Reviewed by on

I love the community here. It is very clean, quiet, and there is great outdoor space, including parks, playgrounds, trails etc.

Huntigton at King Farm
 / Washington DC  / 2 beds, 1 bath

So Convenient but Terribly Managed

3 management rating Reviewed by on

Disrespectful neighbors - LOUD parties every night of the week even during COVID; dog feces/urine left in the halls regularly; cigarette smoke in stairwells, hallways, and parking garages even though the complex does not allow this

Lazy current management (but someone else is taking over soon) - our vehicles have been broken into SEVERAL times in the "secure" parking garages along with many other residents' and management does nothing; trash bins are often overflowing; if you live in building 1 (where the leasing office and gym are located) it will always be spotless and cared for but the other two buildings rarely even get mopped; homeless people regularly urinate, vomit, and sleep in building stairwells

Neighborhood parking is terrible - construction workers flock to the area and take all street parking during the day because this is one of the only areas with non-time-restricted street parking in downtown; during the baseball season evening parking is impossible for the same reason. Plan on paying for a parking spot for each of your vehicles ($35 for the first, $150 per spot after that)

Building construction is horrible - literally like living in a cardboard box. Can hear every step the neighbor above me takes, can hear conversations of people on the sidewalk even though I live on the 4th floor, can hear people walking up and down building stairwells, windows leak drafts (and water) in the winter and let out A/C in the summer

HOWEVER it's the cheapest rent in the area and it is convenient to everything. It takes 25 minutes to get to CU Boulder most days because the drive is all highway. I can walk to Union Station in 10 minutes and hop on a bus that goes directly to campus with minimal stops, a major grocery store is less than a 5 minute walk away, and many bars, restaurants, and entertainment in downtown Denver are within a 40 minute or less walk (Coors Field 5 minutes, LODO 5-10 minutes, Denver Performing Arts Complex 30 minutes, Highlands 15 minutes, Pepsi Center 20 minutes, Confluence Park 10 minutes, Mile High 35 minutes)

The Metro
 / Denver  / 2 beds, 2 baths


10 management rating Reviewed by on

Beautiful building/apartment! Great management. Mix of hospital staff and Wharton business school students mostly. Safe, quiet. Pricey in terms of rent but worth it for location and quality

2116 Chestnut
 / Philadelphia  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Great apartment for a single law student

10 management rating Reviewed by on

Terrific apartment with a killer location in DTLA. Being right above a Whole Foods makes a big difference in saving money on eating out because it's so easy to buy groceries. Neighborhood is safe and convenient for commuting. Only downside is that the fire alarms in the building can be a little *too* responsive, so might not be best if you're sensitive to loud noises.

Eighth and Grand
 / Los Angeles  / Studio, 1 bath

My Experience Living Here

10 management rating Reviewed by on

My experience living here has been very pleasant. The only issue is that the floor plans are on the smaller end for the price, but other than that, it's been perfect. The Management office and Maintenance are extremely responsive. We have a 24/7 doorman, a decent gym and rooftop. It's quiet and I have not had a single pest issue. I don't have pets but there's a pet wash in the building (almost everyone has a pet in this building) as well as a room to keep your bike.

AQ Rittenhouse
 / Philadelphia  / 2 beds, 1 bath

Vie Towers, Hyattsville MD

8 management rating Reviewed by on

Vie Towers has lots of amenities like a package Room, coffee shop, gym, rooftop pool, complementary cable and wifi, amongst others.

Accessible via the Green/Yellow line Metro across the street at Prince George's Plaza Station.

There are penthouse rooms available, as well as 4×4 units where you share a common kitchen/dining/living area

Vie at University Towers
 / Washington DC  / 4 beds, 4 baths