- Building management has been attentive and easy to work with
- Management is always responsive to needs
Recent Greystar reviews
The building is very new. While rent is high for the area and the units tend to be small, a ton of Kellogg people live here. The pool is fun during the summer.
All glitz but little substance
Great building but internet/elevators break regularly. Management is rude and unhelpful. Worth it for the social aspect but basically treated as bad as a NYC/SF tenant.
Best in Evanston but terrible staff
It's by far the nicest and most modern building in Evanston but the staff is not very friendly or helpful.
Elevators are constantly down and Internet tends to stop working regularly as well.
Lots of other Kellogg students around
Apartment is not well-designed (counters stain easily and kitchen sinks are not big enough)
. Too expensive.
High end look and feel built at a budget price
The building is nice and looks new, modern and clean but it's clear that many things about the layout and such don't make sense and also that all the appliances, although they look good are actually pretty cheap and not the best in terms of functionality. Still great to live in, especially if you want something new and modern!
Overpriced but worth it to me to be close to campus and in a building with a lot of other students.
New building, mediocre management
The staff are friendly, but the actual property managers leave a lot to be desired. Gym is very small. Pool is closed during majority of academic semester.
New building but horrible management. Always trying to nickel and dime tenants despite some of the highest rates in Evanston.
True Opulence and Luxury
True Opulence and Luxury.
Elevator regularly broke in our first year (first set of occupants). Improved now.
Internet provider (AM3) frequently had outages. Slow response from them.
Otherwise good. Most things work besides the above work, maintenance is prompt and helpful. Expensive though.
Nice complex, mediocre management
Internet and elevators often go out. Management staff tries to be accommodating, but there are still many issues in the building and they are not always the most responsive. Maintenance team is excellent for small issues in the apartments. Rent is incredibly high for a Chicago suburb.
E2 is nice. The units are new and clean, the amenities are great, the apartments have good storage and wonderful temperature control. That said, it's one of the most expensive buildings in the area. It's a safe bet for people who want a consistent experience, but in terms of value there are better options.
Good amenities w/ poor management
The amenities are great during the summer. The rooftop was used weekly by my friends, neighbors, and roommates. However, the management here has made it a frustrating experience. First our blinds broke, allowing everyone walking by to peer into our first floor street facing apt. This took months to repair. Next the electronic locks broke so that every time we came home we had spend time walking to the front desk to get a temporary key. It took 7 times of this happening for management to realize there was an issue. Next, my bike was taken from the indoor bike storage room and management didn't help me to find it even though the room has security cameras. I would not choose to live here again.
Management Terrible / Outdoor amenities are closed early
Management has been shaken up a few times now because they haven't been able to control the influx of complaints residents have had. Also, amenities like pool/bbqs/hottub close in early Fall before it gets cold out and opens in April so you only use them for a few months out of the school year.
Best building in Evanston
The apartment is new, beautifully designed and everything works well. The social areas are great for a party or to watch a game. The pool is very nice.
It's location is ideal as it's closer to the new business school building than most other buildings