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- Building management has been attentive and easy to work with
- Management is always responsive to needs
Recent Greystar reviews
Great but not cheap
The staff is friendly, the amenities are excellent, and the units are top quality! I absolutely recommend living here if you want to be close enough to the medical campus (~10 min drive) while still feeling like you’re away from the hustle and bustle of a college town. The rent is on the high side, but with a roommate it is totally worth it.
Nice, quiet apartment building conveniently located on ninth street only one block from Duke’s east campus. Management is responsive and the pool and fitness center are great amenities. Very expensive, so recommend roommates.
Junction Flats Review
Great Location and Building - Bad Management
Awesome amenities and updated units
We got a great deal on our E2 apartment! It's a great size for a 1bed/1bath with lots of storage space and extra storage lockers for rent. All apartments have huge windows for lots of natural lights and appliances are nice and updated. The communal area amenities are great too - we've particularly loved having the grills to use when the weather is nice. Management and maintenance respond really fast to requests/emails.
Great in a Non-Covid world
It's in downtown Durham, so it's unfortunately pretty far from campus (30 minutes). It's an awesome location with a lot to do around in a non-covid world, but in quarantine it's expensive. It's mostly young/working professionals in the building, some students. Lots of construction going on around so loud during the day but that's out of the apartments control.
810 Ninth Street Review
Nicest Option on 9th Street
Quiet and Convenient Community
Well maintained apartments with responsive management. Amenities are kept up well, and the complex is quiet with walking paths. Lots of couples and young families. Apartments are clean and spacious with basic finishes. Would recommend to students looking for a convenient alternative to 9th street. A car is a must for this complex.
Best price I found in the Rittenhouse area. Great for Wharton students looking for something basic but close to all the other buildings students live in but cheaper.
The management team is incompetent, the utilities are outrageous (even including electiricty for "common space" that we can't use because it has all been shut down.)
They said you have a doorman, but they do not accept packages, open the door, etc. It is unclear what their role even is.
The package room is a complete disaster, and it often takes 30+ minutes to find your package. This is also a Covid concern because it is a small, poorly ventilated room with many people in it searching through a sea of misplaced packages.
The apartments themselves are cheaply outfitted. Thin doors break, the drywall is thin, etc.
I would not make the decision to live here again.
The Republic Review
Convenient location with great prices
2116 - Great choice
2116 is a great choice for any MBA student - whether single and looking for a studio or family with kids and dogs looking for one of their swanky two bedrooms. The building is well located (for both school and social activities), clean and nice, and full of Wharton students.
The only downside is that it is a tall elevator building which can get annoying at times when running in and out (or running late). It also obviously lacks the cuteness factor of other Rittenhouse options.
Great apartment lots of light but overpriced
2116 doesn’t allow 2 year/22mo leases, and then they raise the rent on you when you have to renew (they raised my rent during covid). In general, they seem to find every last chance to charge extra fees - like they added a monthly trash fee, and they added a common area fee...while my rent is already higher than it was for my West Village NYC apartment which feels absurd since this is Philly.
That being said, aside from the price gouging, I have liked living in the building.
If I were starting Wharton now and expecting to work remotely/spend more time in my apt due to covid, I would probably have chosen a 1br somewhere else instead of a studio in 2116.
810 Ninth St.
This property has been very solid. I am happy with the proximity to 9th street and all it has to offer. My neighbors have been great. I appreciate the amenities it offers. I have very few, if any, complaints with my studio or the complex at-large.
The apartment is great - modern look, modern feel, pretty apartments and a decent amount of amenities. I loved my place and where I stayed. That said, you live here if you want to be a bit bougie or with other Wharton people. I think 2040 market is better value for your dollar, but less nice.
The building is just OK - definitely not special.
Positives: in-unit laundry, gym is small but useable (similar to hotel gym), building is clean, reasonable price points, and pretty central on Chestnut.
Negatives: larger unit sizes are a bit overpriced, but small "1 bed" is really just a studio. Units have fairly simple / cheap furnishings, and unfortunately no shared outdoor space (basement "lounge" area sees infrequent use).