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- Management is always responsive to needs
Recent Greystar reviews
The apartments vary from unit to unit, so ideally you can see the exact unit before you rent. For example, we first lived in a one-bedroom apartment in this building and the floors were very different. Our current apartment has nicer finishings, but since we are in an interior corner, the apartment has very little natural light. Overall, however, the apartment community is decent. The gym is actually good, whereas at many places the actual equipment is quite limited. Importantly, the HEB supermarket is very close, as is the Alamo Drafthouse movie theatre.
It's expensive, but you're close to the school and the bus route stops at the Triangle.
The Triangle 2 bed 2 bath
The apartment is very nice and decent value for money. Not too close to campus but also not too far. Great accessibility to the 656 bus route.
Yes the apartment may be pricey but it’s worth it. It has a bunch of amenities and the location is great. It’s located about 10min. from school and is right next to Hermann park. It has a nice area to study in on the first floor. It also has 2 pools, 2 gyms, and a dog park. They have a garage here with 6 floors so I never have trouble finding parking. Once a month they host an apartment party in one of their cafes where they cook and give out free food and drinks. All the staff are super nice. I’ve never had problems with neighbors and I’ve always felt safe here.
Great Location with Lots of Amenities
We love living in Center City, lots of restaurants, bars, and museums that are walking distance. We are right next to the subway, various bus lines, and the trolley, it is very easy to get around Philadelphia. Our apartment has tons of amenities: in unit washer and dryer, brand new modern apartment design, free coffee on first floor, work space with private work rooms, gym with a variety of equipment, an inside/outside social lounge with TVs, pool table, shuffleboard, kitchen, fireplaces, and more. Overall, it is a very fun place to live and is a new and clean apartment that is well taken care of, and there is great security for the building. It is a pet friendly apartment.
The Republic Review
The best part about this apartment is the location
The property is very nice and safe. Maintenance is always quick about fixing problems and we’ve never had issues with pests. My only complaint is the added fees. There is a 350$ amenity fee yearly for the pool, tennis courts, fire pit and gym. Unfortunately access to these amenities is usually limited. For example, the club house closes at 5pm most days and the fire pit has never been functioning since I moved in so a high amenity fee seems unreasonable. They also force you to utilize a $25 a month valet trash service that rarely shows up. Water and sewage are also separate and range about 30-40 each per month which seems excessive.
The apartment and location are great. The place has many amenities (gym, pool, sauna, parking garage, etc.) and is located right by Trader Joe’s/Target, which is very helpful. The only drawback (and it’s a big drawback) is that I pay an absolutely dumb amount for rent ($3,700/mo.). I would have loved to pay less in student housing or elsewhere, but i didn’t get in and unfortunately i don’t have a car and this was pretty much the only option available within walking distance.
A nice place with good pet amenities
Management is friendly, apartments are clean and nice if simple and small, and maintenance workers are responsive, conscientious, and kind. There is a pool in the summer and a hot tub year round, as well as a dog park and great dog spa (for giving baths, etc.). It is located on a dead end street with one other apartment complex. The other complex has very unpleasant management that has caused me trouble. It is near a couple bus routes and about 20 minutes from the train. It is very far away from my school at CU Boulder, but the transit isn't too bad otherwise.
Wilshire Vermont Review
A little old
Eighth & Grand
The building is very modern, has great amenities, and is very conveniently located in downtown with easy access to public transportation and is next door to Whole Foods.
Beautiful and reasonably-priced
I love Garrett west! Chapel hilo and downtown Durham are both approx 15 min away. You definitely need a car to get to school though (so then you’ll need to purchase a parking pass). But a perk of living further away is that you can get a better-quality apartment for a more affordable price.
The location is the best since it's only 15 minutes walk to the campus. Also enjoying my life having a spacious room and good amenities such as gym and pool. Management company is also good - whenever I have problems, they address it pretty quickly.
Conveniently located in Westwood, modern units, and pool/gym
Beautiful facilities and great location
This is a beautiful complex to come home to every day. The courtyards are filled with palm frees and fountains, all of which are well-maintained. The floor plans for 1-bedroom apartments have the best layout of any that we saw in Westwood. There are also lots of areas to spend time sitting outside, including a pool. The building's ownership changed hands this year, and this change has been completely positive. The new on-site management staff is open every day from 9am-6pm, and the team is extremely friendly, professional, and responsive. Perhaps the only major downside is the cost -- though this isn't surprising given that Westwood was ranked one of the most expensive neighborhoods to rent in all of the United States. (Note, however, that utilities and other services are not included in rent and run about $100-150/month.) Also, the size of the complex, which has several hundred units, means that this is a less intimate environment than would exist in a smaller building, so don't expect to get to know your neighbors.