LCOR Inc.

 15 listings          
 143 reviews
8.7
Building rating
8.3
Management rating

Recent LCOR Inc. reviews

Great place

10 management rating Reviewed by on

Ryland is beautiful, amenities are great, superior lounges, great location

The Ryland
 / Philadelphia  / 2 beds, 2 baths

We moved on up!

10 management rating Reviewed by on

Great building. Amazing amenity spaces. Fabulous staff. After 5 years of living in the city, we’ve found our home. We couldn’t be happier with our choice to move to The Ryland

The Ryland
 / Philadelphia  / 2 beds, 2 baths

Wonderful apartment

9 management rating Reviewed by on

The staff is absolutely wonderful and do everything to make it truly feel like home. The amenities are spectacular, frankly some of the best in the city. The neighborhood is safe and beautiful, while the building was truly designed for residents to have everything at their fingertips.

The Ryland
 / Philadelphia  / 1 bed, 1 bath

The Ryland- Review

10 management rating Reviewed by on

We have absolutely loved our time at The Ryland thus far. It starts with the leasing team and concierge- always friendly, helpful and welcoming. Also the location and amenities are some of the best in the city!

The Ryland
 / Philadelphia  / 2 beds, 2 baths

Great Place to Live

10 management rating Reviewed by on

We have been here two months and are delighted with our apartment. Location is fantastic. The units are very nice. We have a corner unit with floor to ceiling windows and an amazing 180 degree view. Management is great. Incredibly nice and responsive. They regularly check to see that all is going well. Have had very nice interactions with other residents. The gym is a real gym that is well equipped. Love the front desk people. A great experience.

The Ryland
 / Philadelphia  / 1 bed, 1 bath

You’ll Love The Ryland!

10 management rating Reviewed by on

I’ve lived in a few different apartment buildings while living in Philly and The Ryland has been our favorite by far. First time staying in an LCOR property and we have nothing but good things to say.

The management team is on point and approachable. They make you feel at home from the moment you tour the place. Also, we haven’t had a single maintenance or apartment issue like leaks, broken appliances etc.

We came from the Piazza where we had a negative experiences so moving into The Ryland was a breath of fresh air. You won’t be disappointed living here.

The Ryland
 / Philadelphia  / 1 bed, 1 bath

The Ryland Review

10 management rating Reviewed by on

Amazing Community!

The Ryland
 / Philadelphia  / 1 bed, 1 bath

1919 Market

10 management rating Reviewed by on

Great place to live, definitely on the more expensive side. Maintenance is very responsive.

1919 Market
 / Philadelphia  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Clean, kind, all-inclusive

10 management rating Reviewed by on

My roommate and I got a corner unit (2Bd 2Ba) and it's been wonderful. Super tall ceilings, great light, large closets, modern appliances. Elevators always working and are quick. The gym is awesome, I exclusively workout here (in fact friends from other buildings like to come workout here). Really great entertaining space both indoors and outdoors, very common social space for Wharton students. Pool is lovely and never over-crowded in the summer. Building is not loud in terms of your actual apartment which is nice. Right on the trolley line that goes to school (everyone is jealous of this). Don't personally have a pet but plenty of people do and it seems great, definitely nearby all the important things in Rittenhouse. Wouldn't change a thing about my choice- management is also very nice and responsive.

1919 Market
 / Philadelphia  / 2 beds, 2 baths

Solid location

7 management rating Reviewed by on

Statler is a solid apartment complex with a luxury looking lobby, concierge usually available most hours of the day, and spacious apartments in usually clean hallways. The location is optimal for accessing downtown locations such as Cleveland State University, Playhouse Square, etc. The price for two bedrooms is affordable.

The parking garage needs help as it suffers from break-ins every now and then as most parking garages in downtown do. It can use a cleaning as well and security cameras. Currently the rate is $195.00 a month.

The side entrance on 12th Street at night can occasionally have homeless individuals harassing people passing by. Occasionally, homeless individuals find their way into the building by either following residents entering or through the basement. This is a common problem in many downtown apartment buildings.

The Statler
 / Cleveland  / 2 beds, 2 baths

Great building, so-so management

5 management rating Reviewed by on

Units are spacious and clean. Amenities are great. Certain building staff members are wonderful (like Edward and Ranita).

Our leasing agent was extremely slow to respond and did not provide us with complete instructions for move-in. Some building staff members are rather rude.

1919 Market
 / Philadelphia  / 2 beds, 2 baths

Great property and amenities, but expensive!

6 management rating Reviewed by on

I love living in 1919. The amenities are great, the location is convenient, and I’m neighbors with several of my classmates. The amount I pay per square foot is on the expensive side, especially when I see my friends’ apartments in other buildings.

1919 Market
 / Philadelphia  / Studio, 1 bath

Great apartment, very expensive

9 management rating Reviewed by on

1919 is a great building with nice amenities. The 15% rent increase this year was steep, and the upstairs gym is large but not set up for people who lift weight (highest dumbbells are 25 lbs, no bench).

1919 Market
 / Philadelphia  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Nice accomodations.

9 management rating Reviewed by on

The apartment is high quality.

1919 Market
 / Philadelphia  / Studio, 1 bath

Good value, management needs to take more accountability

4 management rating Reviewed by on

1919 Market, if you seal a good rental rate, gives a high quality building and apartment. The units are large but do not necessarily make the most use of livable space (e.g. advertising high square footage but a lot of that square footage is in the bathrooms vs. the living rooms, there's a lot of nooks in the walls and they're not clean squares so you can't really use all of the space, etc.). Other luxury properties are even pricier relative to the quality of the unit so 1919 was about the biggest "bang for buck". The convenience to the trolley is really nice as well.

The one meaningful concern I remember is that sometimes the units are very heavily "lived in" by the last resident and the appliances and other finishings may see some damage and use. My unit was not properly cleaned before my move in and a number of the appliances were broken and the fridge smelled like something rotten. Management was unfortunately not very helpful - they all of a sudden became unresponsive when we asked to correct these issues, tried to blame a third part cleaning service versus taking accountability and trying to find ways to make things better.

1919 Market
 / Philadelphia  / 2 beds, 2 baths