- 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
Solid location, reasonable pricing. Management/maintenance is pretty crappy but that's the same for most apartments
Good bang for your buck and great location
This place is a great location: lots of food options along 11th St and walking distance to East side night life and downtown. Facilities are nice and management responsive
Good value for the location
AMLI 300 is a great value, considering the location. I know some tenants complain about noise from the train but I can't hear it from my unit. Management has always been quick to respond to my requests.
Amli Lofts is a nice building. The units themselves are nice if a bit noisy. It’s also nice to have a gym, pool, and other recreation areas in the building. Overall, however, I’d say the building isn’t as nice as you’d expect for the price. The elevators are constantly breaking, community upkeep isn’t performed when management says it will be (e.g. window cleaning), and there are occasional thefts of bikes or cars from the garages.
Amli Parkside, the place for you!
Really love the apartment complex! The best part about it is the administration, they are super friendly and super responsive to any concerns. The office is also open every day. The package room is fantastic and doesn't have any extra fees or anything if you leave your package in there longer. Utilities are reasonable, the water/sewage bill is only a few dollars. There is plenty of parking. Best of all, it is so close to Inmark park, Historic Old Fourth Ward park, Ponce City Market, and Krog City Market. Like all within 15-20 min walking distance or less!
The best thing about this location is that it is essentially equidistant from all the hospitals, and I rarely have to get on the highway to get around in Atlanta. It’s right across Ponce City Market. Neighbors are quiet. There is 24 hour servicing department too that will take care of any issues you have within 24 hours of putting a request in.
Great place to live
I have had over a year of great experiences here. It’s so close to such a cool area of tow , next to a park, the belt line and so many restaurant choices. Definitely my favorite area of Atlanta. They are always quick to respond and have treated me well. Rent is high but has been worth it for me.
I decided to live at AMLI Parkside for its location and I plan to remain here barring any other changes for the remainder of residency. It's a very short drive to Grady and Midtown hospitals (less than 5 minutes in the mornings), but a little further to Emory/VA. It's also very close to Old Fourth Ward Park and the Beltline which make getting out and being active very easy. Both Ponce City Market and Krog Street Market are within walking distance on the Belt Line, as well as local restaurants/pubs like A Mano, Bantam, and Venkman's, so going out for dinner or for a drink is pretty easy too. You also get an AMLI Perks card which gets you discounts/deals at different places. Lastly, they host frequent free happy hours with the other AMLI buildings around O4W.
In terms of the apartment, the rooms are pretty spacious with in-unit laundry, all the kitchen appliances, and AT&T Fiber internet available. Our apartment faces the park so we have a nice view as well. The area historically wasn't the greatest in terms of safety but it's gotten safer in the past few years -- there are several AMLI buildings in the area and they share a security detail at night. There have been reports of crime in the area, mainly car break-ins outside and one ground floor apartment break-in where the tenant left their patio door unlocked. We have secure garages and there are key access doors even coming from the garage as well. I got an apartment not on the ground floor and I certainly feel safe. The apartment gym was recently renovated -- it's small, but has everything I need as a resident. There's also a free coffee machine that's great to have to fill-up before heading out, a pool with good sunlight, and grill areas.
There are a lot of residents here and the rest of the people living here tend to be people in their late 20s to early 30s - I've rarely had a problem with any neighbors in terms of noise.
Lastly, they have specials for people who are employed by Emory ($500 off first month) and if you are referred by a current resident, you can get some more free rent.
Amli Ponce Park
Nice affordable studio in downtown Atlanta. Location is convenient for work and there are lots of bars and restaurants nearby.
Great location, average facilities
Great location in terms of proximity to downtown and bus lines. Facilities, ie. build quality, gym, etc. are average. Leasing office is generally helpful.
Great location, great management, terrible elevators
Everything about this apartment is A+ with the exception that there are only two elevators and it seems that one of them is ALWAYS broken.
convenient to school and good living environment
Amli although it's a bit pricey for students but indeed has great community quality and less hassle compared to other communities.
Relatively New - Awesome!
AMLI 300 is a relatively new building in a great downtown location, with easy access to the campus shuttle (Metro 663) routes and is walkable to West 6th bars/restaurants. Typically the building rates are among the cheapest in the downtown area, with good reason. Units facing the South side of the building are ~10 ft from busy train tracks and it is extremely loud at all hours, so shop for North or interior facing units where the train noises will be muted (they are typically several $100 more expensive per month). The apartment management and building itself are both mediocre, get what you pay for sort of thing.
Great location for the price you pay in rent. Parking is included and there's a pool, onsite gym. We have a washer/dryer in our apartment. Apartments facing the train tracks hear a ton of train noise, but if you face the interior or away from the tracks you can't really hear anything at all. Residents are all fairly young, which is a little bit of a double edged sword: folks can get rowdy now and then at odd hours (I heard second hand about someone's upstairs neighbor deciding to have a 4 am dance party). Ceilings are also fairly thin (we hear our upstairs neighbors walking around all the time). Downtown is easy walking distance and there's a nearby bus to campus that runs fairly frequently.
Great location in east side Austin, lots of bars and restaurants walking distance. Also, 15 minutes walk to Rainey St, 10 minutes walk to East 6th and 10 minutes biking to Campus.