Kettler Management, Inc.
- The management and staff are really considerate and genuinely friendly
Recent Kettler Management, Inc. reviews
Love my apartment. Great location and proximity to the hospital. Brand new building, clean, modern, beautiful amenities. Quiet. Management is responsive but the front desk staff are not particularly friendly/ helpful.
Wonderful place to live
Great location. 30 minute bus ride to GW.
The apartment is beautiful, the cleaning and maintenance staff are wonderful. And one lone security guard, the gentleman who they call the Sheriff all make this place exceptional. But the Management team is one of the worst many residents have ever seen. Parties getting to excessive without enforcement, to the point where police have been called for assaults, brawls and destroying the property; security not being employed to keep the front door secure let alone the building. Inconsistent applications of policies, some written, others they pull out of thin air and not in signed leases with tenants make this a walking disaster in many ways. The management specifically targets tenants that they party with and drink either while on duty or off onsite. Due to safety concerns, particularly as it relates to drug raids, fires, and police visits, I would never recommend this place to even someone who could handle highly unsafe situations. For the rent they ask, they definitely don't provide a living experience up to the sticker price.
Lots of Good Qualities
Dock 79 has a lot of good qualities in a building. The Pool and roof deck are great, the gym is fully stocked, and the apartments are new. However, the management team can be slow to respond and communicate. We were not told about impending construction when we leased our apartment. Events are often communicated too last minute to attend. Storage in apartments is also lacking. Overall, good building features but unimpressed by management.
Dock 79 Is Awesome
We love it here. The apartments are modern and fit our needs exactly. Definitely the most apartment for the money in the Navy Yard neighborhood. The rooftop area is gorgeous with an awesome pool and incredible views of the Anacostia River. Plus the location across the street from Nationals Park is awesome too. Only drawbacks to this building are that there is no rooftop clubroom and there will be construction noise from nearby projects in the near future.
Love it here!
I love NE but Ivy City is a little isolated and I'm actually moving to Logan Circle in April -- it's a haul getting to campus but the Shaw/Logan Circle neighborhood is by far my fave in DC for living/hanging out.
Living in Tysons is actually pretty great
I decided to live in Tyson's because having a 5 minute commute every day and taking an Uber once a weekend to the city meant saving roughly 3 or 4 hours a week in commuting. Less time commuting means more time at the gym, cooking dinner, playing games and enjoying hobbies.
Furthermore, if you pick a spot near one of the offices, Capital One has shuttles that run every 10 minutes or so. Walk to the nearest office and you'll get a free shuttle ride to your office of choice.
My apartment is fantastic because it's quite new (2014), has huge glass windows floor to ceiling, and it has a great view over a courtyard where the people who live here like to hangout at. There's a harris teeter across that courtyard so food/beer/wine is quite easy to get. There's a really nice pool, bocci ball court, and a ton of other amenities in the building. If you want another spot to checkout, Avalon Park Crest has the best amenities i have ever seen but you'll give-up the floor-to window glass ceilings (which are amazing for natural light in the summertime).
Perfect Place to Live (minus the price)
Garfield Park is an amazing place to live! I live in a 1 bedroom (with den) floorpan with my girlfriend. To be completely honest, I probably wouldn't be able to afford where I live if I wasn't splitting rent over two incomes with my girlfriend.
The location is what makes this apartment great! It is in Clarendon near all the bars, restaurants, stores, and metro. You get the big buildings city feel, while also having a quiet residential vibe as well.
The staff is very nice and helpful. The facility comes with a nice gym, 2 beautiful courtyards with grills, as well as an amazing common room with computers, printers, pool table, tvs, free coffee/tea, etc.
All in all, I can't find a bad thing to say about Garfield Park except for the prices. If you don't mind paying on the higher end for rent, this is the place to be!
I have absolutely loved living here! The management is incredible, there is a 24 hour gym, package delivery and other amazing amenities.
Right next to metro, mall, Costco, whole foods. Expensive, though.
Great place to live. I have lived here for about 3 months now and the area is easy to walk around and the shops have everything you might need. Other than that there's nothing amazing about this but I have been in some awful places that make me appreciate basic.
Quite and spacious Millennium Building
The Millennium at Metropolitan Park is quite a new and modern building which offers great living experiences for me. As a young professional resident who lives in the Millennium for almost 2 years, I really enjoy many greta perks as this building provides, from maintenance services, friendly office staffs, great accessibility to major highways and downtown Crystal, to a safe and secured neighborhood. More importantly, I enjoy the building's soundproof walls which make my accommodation much easier and enjoyable.
It is a great spot
Not too close, but not too far from the Canton scene-- which is definitely a good thing. You can talk a quick stroll over to the Canton Square, which has lots of fun bars and restaurants, including Nacho Mama's, Tavern on the Square, and Mama's on the Half Shell. The Gunther is great because it is also near Canton Crossing, an up-and-coming shopping center.
My time in the apartment so far has been great, only a few loud neighbors have distracted from the overall feel of the place. I have recommended the building to others who are looking for a place to live in the District, however none have moved in so far.