Lincoln Property Company
- Takes initiative to make sure things are working properly
- Organizes community activities
Recent Lincoln Property Company reviews
Good place to live
This is a newer building in the area, and as such, everything is really updated and nice looking. The pool is very nice and it gets lots of sun all day (unlike some apartments when the pool is always shadowed by the building). The gym is nice. There are a lot of Asian people here so if you speak an Asian language, you'll fit in nicely. :)
Pretty average place
Riviera is not bad. The gym sucks, the pool is small, but personally, I've lived in a building with a great pool/gym, but I rarely used them, so I'm fine not having to pay for them here. There are plenty of great gyms nearby if you need one. The "social" aspect of the building itself isn't exceptional, but there are a lot of nearby apartments so I have friends in plenty of nearby buildings, so it's nice living close to all of them (plus I can use their pools haha). It's all about location as they say.
Living at 2660 Cityplace is a pretty good deal. It's a lot cheaper than you could find downtown or in uptown. The area is a little shady at times, but it's still a great deal. Amenities are great (nice pool, gym, business center). Haven't had any problems/complaints with the management company. I miss living near college friends, but we all have to grow up I guess.
I am a UTD student and live in Brick Row North. It's pretty close to campus, but not so close that it's overpopulated with other UTD students. There are a few others here, but you don't have to worry about running into that hot girl/guy when you want to walk around in your PJs. It's a pretty great apartment for the price. Not the most exciting area, but it's got a great gym/pool/business center and the actual apartments are very nice.
2929 Wycliff has a pretty good community and social atmosphere. There is an LGBT-friendly environment. Generally a young to middle-aged crowd (30-50). The amenities are okay, but good for the price. Nice wood floors and granite countertops, lots of space. Definitely worth at least checking out.
Can't beat the location
I live at 12 South Flats with my boyfriend. The community here is the best part, if you're a dog owner, you and your dog are going to be in doggie heaven. Great community of owners and as someone who moved from out of town this building has been a wonderful way to meet friends in the building. I also love the fact that the overall caliber of resident is more geared and young professionals (think late 20's to mid-thirties). This was a big win for us as our last place in the Gulch felt like a perpetual frat party. Overall the residents and the management staff are easy going. Misty in the front office is a saint and Emir who runs the maintenance show is super responsive. Can't say enough good things about this place except it's pricey. Very pricey. Oh and that you'll probably eat Jeni's icecream 10x more than your diet actually allows given the proximity.
Great Area but Not So Clean
Love the dog park and dog runs. Awesome area with plenty of restaurants and shops to walk to. Unfortunately, residents are very messy. Constantly see trash, dog poop, etc. all over the place. The apartment does not do a very good job with maintenance and cleaning. Elevator is constantly broken.
Young & Dog Friendly
Definitely a younger vibe going on here. Its a quick walk to all the best places in the shops. There are 6 pools here - you can utilize the other pools at Northside as well. The main pool can get kinda rowdy, so if you're not into the scene then I reccommend living on the other side. Phase V is legit, definitely my fave building but parking is a pain. It's the newest building with upgraded apts. Everyone and their mother has a dog so it's a great place for pets. However, there are no breed restrictions so I've seen a few aggressive breeds who actually are aggressive. Ive lived here for 3 yrs and I really love it. However, rent is rising through the roof because of all the new companies coming in. Get ready for uptown prices.
Quiet and great location but amenities could be better
I love living at Riviera at West Village! The staff in the office are fantastic, and the location is perfect. I am close enough to the bars and restaurants, without feeling like I live above a bar. The pool is okay - a little small, and usually the trees create quite a bit of shade. The gym is pretty old and tiny, so if you work out, you'll likely need to get a gym membership somewhere else.
Great location, a bit pricey
I love the high ceilings, great sunlight, and modern appliances at 2929 Wycliff. The new management has been very nice after several turn-overs. The price is a bit high for the square footage, and continues to increase. Can be a bit noisy by the pool, but is very social.
Convenient to drive to shops/restaurants on Greenville, East Dallas, Park Cities, Uptown.
Good sized apartment, but older.
Management makes a good effort at community activities.
Convenient to major roadways, including Central Expr
Unorganized front desk staff
They are really bad at keeping records and communicating with tenants. Once had my car towed because they never told me I needed a sticker on my car. My email mysteriously dropped off of the group emails and I was expected to see a flier in the hallway. They ended up reimbursing me after days of arguing with them.
The web portal to pay rent is unreliable. I have gone to pay rent and ended up scrambling around to find checks at the last minute and somewhere to put it so they received it. Front desk people knew very VERY little about customer service and dont keep good records.
Nice and New - but Noisy
I have lived here for about 9 months now. Its a nice and new complex that's very close to work for me. So its very convenient. All the appliances are new and up-to-date, and the interior is full of wood to give the overall feel of the apartment a warm and welcoming vibe. The only downfall is the walls are paper thing. Abnormal paper thin - I can hear everything my neighbor is up to. I probably won't be renewing my lease because of the excessive noise.
Loud, but great location!
I love the location of the Elle! It is walking distance to so many restaurants, bars, my pharmacy, grocery stores, etc. That is the main reason I chose this apartment. The apartment layout is nice, as well as the size of bathrooms, granite counter tops, high ceilings. The water is not very clean; it bleaches my mats in the bathroom and there is always a moldy ring around the toilets. I am getting a filter for each sink and the shower. My main complaint is the noise level. I can hear my upstairs neighbors every move, including vibrating phone, shutting drawers, closing doors, etc. I have heard this from many residents, so I know it is not just my upstairs neighbors. The pool is very nice, and the gym has a nice view of the downtown skyline, but there is usually a wait for the treadmills, and the equipment doesn't always work properly.