Lincoln Property Company
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- Takes initiative to make sure things are working properly
- Organizes community activities
Recent Lincoln Property Company reviews
Pretty Good Place To Live
For the most part, I really like living in my apartment complex. It is close to downtown and the university. I like the amenities here. The staff are responsive and ready to fix any problem that we have. The are renovating the building so that is a bit of an annoyance.
Very well located
It's convenient because of its location, its amenities and its staff.
However, works were carried out throughout the year, this was a bit disturbing. Many times, the amenities were out of service. Renting month-by-month is not an option, it's super expensive that way.
Good for the money
The Cove is in a great location and is good for the money you pay. Definitely not luxury but great for grad students. It is worth it to pay for an upstairs because you hear everything on the bottom floor. Pros include location, bay access, cheaper rent than others in the South Tampa area. Cons are noise.
Melia Medical Center Apartments Review
Acklen Flats is a great place to live to explore Hillsboro Village and be close (but not too close) to campus. There is gated parking on level 3, and 2 levels of public parking for visitors or people going to nearby retail locations. The courtyard is great and never crowded, and it has a fire pit, garden space, TV, and grill. Very pet friendly and typically quiet. Every unit comes with a Roku TV, and maintenance has been very quick and helpful. My only complaints are that the concrete floors can get cold, and we typically hear a lot of ambulances (which is fair when being so close to VUMC).
Camden (formerly Element Music Row)
everything's been great. only complaint is if you face Demonbreun, it's generally loud from the bars across the street and the noise goes through the night.
great location slightly removed from campus and on the River but within a 15min walk to any NU buildings, nice staff, fast maintenance, good amenities with good-sized gym. elevators can be slow and rent is slightly out of my personal budget but comparatively a good deal on 1beds compared to other apartment buildings nearby that are as nice in quality.
Circa Apt Review
It's been a great place to live because all of my friends live around the area and there are great amenities. Not sure it's worth the cost, but West Loop is definitely more expensive.
Great location. Recently renovated so the building lobby, amenities and apartment interiors, appliances etc. are good (the elevators are one exception). No "hidden issues" to flag. Management has been fine to work with. Rent is pretty high.
Best place to live
The building has great common areas: gym, indoor pool, lounge, conference room, and laundry. Everything works perfectly. Also, is pet-friendly. In addition, the management constantly organizes events for the people who live there.
12 South Apartments
The apartment is clean and well organized and allows large dogs. The surrounding area is incredible
Beautiful View but an old building with issues
I love my apartment for the beautiful view and the giant windows. The complex also has a decent gym and is conveniently located next to Whole Foods. The master bedroom & closet are big, which is very nice.
However, it has many issues, unfortunately. It is not as nice as E2 or Albion, so it should not cost as much.
The package room does not work well - they never notify you if you have a package, so plan to track them yourself. It is an old building with renovations that look nice (ie newer appliances), but misses some important things. Most notably, there is no fan in the bathrooms, there is no garbage disposal, there are few ceiling fixtures (no ceiling fan / light in the living room or bedrooms, only a ceiling light in the kitchen), and the sink has square corners (where you cannot get them clean).
The temperature control is on an old system: no digital temperature display and the whole building switches from A/C to heat together, so hopefully you agree with the timing. In the winter, the leaking heat seems to come into my room even with the thermostat off, so I often end up opening my windows on occasion.
Since we have a two bedroom unit we have in-unit laundry (1 bedrooms don'e), but it was just put in an old closet which does not have ventilation, so it does not dry very well.
Beautiful space more quiet but close to E2 and Kellogg; good value
Live with 3 roomates. We are very happy with the space and have enjoyed our time at 1717. Definitely recommend living here. Close to E2 and Kellogg. Plently of parking spaces for cars and the gym is well lit and nicer than E2. No basketball court, however. The outdoor space and pool is nice too in the summer for grilling and chilling. Free coffee in the morning too. Management is pretty relaxed
Good experience with management regarding questions/concerns. Great walking location to campus and pretty equidistant to other Kellogg-populated buildings. My unit has great views from the 19th floor with plenty of sunlight and southeast views. My unit was entirely upgraded before move-in (new appliances, new floor, new carpet, and recycled cabinets/counters.
Rough move in but good experience overall
MOVE IN was rough. Our appliances did not work - we were given 3 dryers in less than 24 hours. On the plus side, once I got their attention and asked them to prioritize it, it was taken care of (although 3 dryers in 24 hours is not convenient for anyone involved). The apartment was also dirty - stains on the floors, kitchen had unknown cooking substances built up everywhere, discolored cabinets and corners. I was able to take care of some of it and living with the rest.
Beyond that, great apartment complex. Just switched ownership in December 2021. More family-oriented (LOTS of dogs), less engaging community. If you are looking for a quiet, solid spot, this could be it. If you’re looking for community and new features, look elsewhere.