- Management is awesome and easy to work with
- Any service requests are typically handled within 24 hours
- Management is fully engaged in keeping everything nice
Recent AMLI Residential reviews
AMLI Decatur - good location, over priced but very noisy
The apartment is about 12 minutes from campus. It is very nice apartment but also very pricey. The building management is not the greatest. The apartment can be very noisy being located next to the street.
No complaints, great space
Rent goes up quite a bit, but that is happening everywhere it seems. Management is responsive to problems. For example, guys were walking outside the gym and being creepy so management had the windows frosted. There were issues with the package room getting broken into and items stolen, so management has installed an Amazon locker package retrieval system. I feel safe in the area and the doors are secure. Parking is included with the price and behind a gate.
Amli Ponce Park Review
Amazing location! Great apartments.
AMLI has been a great place to live during my last 2 years of medical school. I can easily bike to Grady and Midtown hospitals (as well as Emory - just a bit further but on the beautiful Freedom Parkway trail!) and am very close to lots of great social activities (the belt line, Piedmont park, bars/restaurants/ coffee shops, and many of my classmates!). It is more expensive than I would like to pay, but the location has tons of growth and it is definitely "the place to be" in the city. Apartment is beautiful with great amenities. There are many safety mechanisms in place and I always feel safe, but there have been a few incidents (I think a bit inevitable in a city with rapid growth and turnover...). I would recommend especially for later years in med school as the close location to clinical sites helps immensely!
AMLI Parkside Review
Responsive management, good location
In my humble opinion
I really enjoy living here. My partner and I have a lot of space for storage and a lot of sq. footage. We have a window that faces the lake which is beautiful. We have a nice large gym and great maintenance workers. The front desk staff is the best. There is free coffee in our workroom which is amazing.
Expensive but amazing apartment
Really nice apartment building. The people who live here are pretty much all working professionals so its nice and quiet on the weekends and late at night. I have a balcony with a view of the lake and the skyline but my rent reflects that. The rooftops are on the two main buildings and they have amazing views of lake union and the Seattle skyline. The bus to campus is easy you just take the 31/32 but the transportation to cap hill is not convenient same with Downtown. Very residential neighborhood so you aren't very close to any convenient stores, grocery store is a mile away and uphill so that can be inconvenient. I have a car so that makes my life easier but parking is a separate price. Amenities are awesome, great gym, business center, game room, courtyards, rooftops with grills, place to let out your dogs.
I like it here just way too expensive for what it is. It’s a great location you have target and dadeland mall all in walking distance.
AMLI at Mueller Review
Direct bus route to UT
AMLI Dadeland Review
Totally worth it
AMLI is the nicest apartment I've ever lived in. Because of this, the apartment was very expensive, but it was 7 minutes to the med center, door-to-door, which made it very worth it my third year. The team is very nice and responsive and the apartment is well built with excellent sound proofing.
AMLI (from the perspective of an MS3)
Amli has been a great place to live with multiple amenities like a swimming pool, conference room, media center, gym, etc. One of the main things that I dislike about Amli is the price of rent. Unfortunately, most apartments in the area cost the same amount and Amli is the one that made the most sense since it was right across the hospital.
great spot, slight commute for better value than streeterville
building is at the far southwest of downtown, meaning there's wide open skies out to the south and west. most buildings in south loop are newer than streeterville and you pay less for the same luxury apartment kind of amenities (pool, gym, basketball court amenities). I lived in a studio last year here 1600/month, 215 parking. I upgraded to a 1 bed+den for 2400/month. If you're ok with a really short bus/train ride (or super quick 15 minute bike to streerville), it's worth it. The management company can be annoying to deal with but the maintenance crew and door staff are top notch.
Lots of space, responsive management
Best parts of AMLI are bang for buck and the responsiveness of the management. Definitely was the most amt of square footage per dollar of the all the complexes in O4W. Also, the management has been extremely responsive to maintenance requests, usually getting here in 24 hours or less.
Of the new complexes that popped up in O4W, AMLI O4W was one of the first, so compared to the other complexes, some might find the finishing and appliances a little outdated, but everything works well and it's overall great quality.
AMLI Parkside Review
Great place to live!