Keener Management, Inc.
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- The staff and management are incredibly friendly and helpful
Recent Keener Management, Inc. reviews
Beautiful apartment with plenty of space for one person. Great management and location.
Great apartment and location for someone looking for a quiet living space
I love my apartment and the amount of storage in this studio apartment! I tend to hoard so having a large closet for clothing and shoes, plus an entryway closet that I've repurposed to be half pantry/household items and half winter coats is amazing. It's the perfect amount of space for a solo gal and allows me enough room for a 10ft sectional that I use to take a nap or have a couple of friends in my quarantine pod over. The building itself is fairly quiet and most residents keep to themselves. This may be different in non-COVID times but otherwise a great spot for a student to focus and not be distracted. Whether the thermostat is set to AC or heat is controlled by the building but you can control the individual temperature in your own apartment. This really only presents a problem during the transition from fall to winter and winter to spring.
The best place to live. Everything is perfect. The management is sooo nice. Brian is the best! They are very attentive to fix things in your unit. The "penthouse" (gym, conference room, tv area, outdoor patio) is great especially now to do homework and relax. Im a huge fan. Also im right on 17th street -- by far the best street in DC. Lots of restaurants so fun.
Amazing management and renovated apartments.
The management here is so accommodating - especially during move in and is willing to help with large packages as well. The apartments have in unit washer dryers and are all in good shape. The location is also amazing.
good location, nice apt, great management, costly though
Very good management company that is very responsive to any issues. Great location - many bars and restaurants nearby. Nice apartment interior. High rent and lack of amenities are the downsides.
Basic studio in older building
The Windermere has basic apartments perfect for students. The building is definitely older (ie. drafty, water damage, old bathrooms, thin ceilings) but with utilities included and a responsive/nice management. The location is excellent, close to 16th/14th streets and Dupont.
Extremely well managed building in the best area. Responsive management and gym!
Amazing! I really love my apartment building. It's a 2 bedroom, 1 bath. In-unit laundry, dishwasher, bike storage, building gym, rooftop w/ grill (gas). The rent is definitely more pricey but, they are offering incentive programs right now (I was able to get 2 months free when I moved in). Plus, the building's staff provide exceptional service.
Great location (close to the Dupont shuttle to campus, metro access, D2/D6 Metro bus to campus). Proximity to grocery stores (TJ's on 14th St. ;Harris Teeter in Adams Morgan). Close to Rose Creek park for running/bike trail.
I absolutely love where I live!
I was super excited to come to DC and spent hours doing research into the best place for my partner and me! I found the Hamilton House and it changed my world. It had no such complaints, it was full of residents and even attendings, no reviews of these pests. It also looked very classy online plus the people who were helping us with answering everything were extremely friendly. So one of the residents who lived there sent me a video of one of the apartments (L-shaped studio) and I decided to sign before even coming in. Turns out it was the absolute perfect place for us! We have a 460 square foot place and it is just the right amount of room for everything we need. We even throw little parties and it seems to fit everyone very well.
Also, the front desk people have been there for 20+ years, they have so much pride in where they work and live. There is a mail room, a gym, a sauna, a pool during the summer, a roof with BBQs and incredible views, plus they throw cute little parties for us apartment residents. It may be a little pricey but guess what? It also includes washer, dryer, and dishwasher in the place! That with microwave, oven, and... fridge with ice maker! Its truly the best place I have ever lived.
Location is right between two of the most major metros in DC (Foggy Bottom/GWU -blue,orange,silver -and the DuPont stop -red line). The DC circulator which takes you to Georgetown for $1 stops right in front of the home. Its also right next to the DuPont farmers market (I go every Sunday I can). 10 min walk to GW or MFA. 10 min walk to TJs or Whole Foods. 2 min walk to CVS. 6 min walk to so many restaurants and DuPont Circle. We walk around the lovely cobblestone neighborhoods with rowhomes, its kind of ridiculous how beautiful it is and right next to like corporate feeling DC. Unfortunately, no pets allowed. Oh and parking is like $250/month, I think.
Amazing service and management. Always someone at the front to desk. Main tense issues resolved immediately.m, usually on the same day if not the next.
It’s expensive, but great place to live
Lived there for 3 years. Great apartment, very responsive and attentive staff. Downside would be the price and mediocre gym.
Small but great value
I have a junior one bedroom which is quite small but with a reasonable price (for the area), renovated with good appliances (although small oven, dishwasher and refrigerator) and the building is prompt to fix any issues. We have a small gym in the basement which gets hot but has two treadmills, two ellipticals, peloton bike and some hand weights so it works. I do love this apartment and feel comfortable that my concerns get addressed - just know that the apartment is small, doesn't have a rooftop or pool, but you're really paying to live in this awesome area.
Expensive but good place to live
Expensive but good place to live
There really isn't anything I would change about living at The Taylor. The management and maintenance staffs are wonderful and always respond to requests very quickly. The community is tucked away and is full of friendly folks, mostly around the age of MSB's MBA students. It's very easy to get to the Rosslyn bus stop from the complex, as well as virtually any other area in Rosslyn, Arlington, or Georgetown for that matter. Highly recommend.
This apartment has everything I want. Perfect location, walking distance to campus, lots of sunlight, well-maintained by the management, close to Red Line(DuPont Circle). It is very expensive, but you'll save on commute costs (around $100) and utilities($50). When I was choosing an apartment, my research showed me that considering the above factors, I actually will only spend $100 more per month, on less spacious floorplans. I don't care too much about quantity, but value a great deal the quality. That's why I chose Hamilton House.