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- Maintenance staff is quick to address any issues that arise.
- Management is very responsive to any complaints filed.
What could be better
- Amenities could use a slight upgrade.
Recent Irvine Company reviews
Villa Siena is a very beautiful secured community, and Kapi residences management company did a great job to take care the apartment and send someone to clean the property once every 2 weeks.
Equipments are comparatively old, therefore sometimes cause trouble or brake down.
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Great experience. I love the setting the complex is in. They do a great job maintaining it. It's absolutely beautiful and smells like mint julep. Every maintenance request I've submitted (even when I've spilled wine on the carpet, or we broke the screen door) has been addressed very quickly. The only thing that is annoying, is that every apartment only has 2 parking spaces - the third (which we have) is left to fend for street parking, which is hard to find. That also makes having parties difficult (we tell people to park in a store lot 4 minutes walk away). Lots of closet and cabinet space. Great place to live overall.
Good security and atomsphere
This apartment is little bit older, compared to other apartment around this area.
Despite this age, the apartment itself has quite good security and property.
Good but expensive
Gated, playground, pool
Comfortable to live, but expernsive.
Conveniently close to campus. Only issue is there is no nightlife or great eateries directly in the vicinity of the complex. Farmers market across the street on Saturdays and the living space is pretty nice. A little on the steep side for rent but worth it.
Quiet, peaceful luxury apartment community in prime location
Newport North is a luxury apartment community at the intersection of Jamboree and University Drive in Newport Beach. The buildings are two stories and the apartments range from 1 to 3 bedrooms. The community is within walking easy distance of the post office, Starbucks, yoga, restaurants, Petco, Back Bay and Bonita Creek park. It's about a 5 minute drive to Ralphs or Pavilions, 10 minute drive to UCI, Fashion Island, or Corona del Mar.
There is plenty of free parking for residents and guests, multiple pools and spas, laundry rooms, fitness rooms, and dog cleanup stations. The residents are mainly working professionals and a few seniors and young families. People mostly keep to themselves. Large dogs are allowed with extra rent and deposit, which is rare among the Irvine Company apartments (most allow only cats and small dogs).
Management is on-site and very polite and helpful. Maintenance needs are handled immediately through an online request system. The prices are high, as would be expected for this area. All in all, this is a very safe, quiet, clean and well-maintained neighborhood.
Turtle Ridge - Quiet but expensive
Very quiet apartment community with mostly older working professional neighbors. Extra storage as each unit comes with a garage included. Pool area is beautiful and always clean, gym is small but functional with cardio equipment. It is gated, which is not really necessary in Irvine but adds to the overall safe community feeling. Cannot beat the 5 minute commute to school which is good to be off campus without being too far. Expensive for a 1 bedroom, but the location is convenient, units and grounds are clean, and the units have their own washer and dryer.
Great location, good value
Super nice location for commuting to UCI and really good value. Farmer market across the street is a great and access to major roads is simple.
Prices in UTC are enormous and difficult for students to afford.
Parkwest - great value
Low cost place to live, with moderate amenities, and convenient access to grocery stores and shops nearby.
University Town Center Apartments
If you are not planning to buy a car soon, then this may be a good option. It's pretty expensive given what you get, but it's main advantage is that it's really close to campus. You can walk to class.
Wish there were more on campus options
Park West is okay, but I'd rather live on campus. I wish there were more on campus options so I could live closer to school.
Close to the Freeway, Public Transit & the University
The management is very responsive. Very convenient for university shuttte and public transport.