- Management is very responsive to residents' needs.
- Management is great to work with and very polite.
- Everyone at the front office is very pleasant to deal with.
Recent MAA reviews
2 level apartment offers plenty of space for a divorced man. kitchen is newly renovated and the appliances are in great condition. building is well maintained and stairwells are cleaned daily. Shopping center offers great amenity base with restaurants, grocery store, banks and other services.
Good apartment and easy commute
I personally like my apartment and the management office.
Great 2 years!
Post has a very nice roof with great views, a pool, and 3 grills perfect for entertaining people. The gym was recently re-done and is very serviceable. The whole lobby is currently being renovated. And, they serve bagels, donuts, other pastries, coffee, and juice every weekday morning!
So far so good!
I've only been at this complex for a few months, but I have no complaints! It's quiet and everyone at the front office is very nice.
It's close to lots of food, but not really close to the 'downtown' scene.
Nice & Safe Community/Apts with Room for Improvement
I enjoy living here. Extremely close to campus, a lot of other Emory grad students live here, etc. My biggest complaints are: regular (at least once per month) outages (e.g., power, internet) and the company they use for appliances rental (washer/dryer) is not very good/responsive.
Great place for a single graduate student.
This apartment complex is kept very nicely and management is very responsive towards resident needs. This is about 15 minutes away by car from Duke University and is approximately the same distance from nearby grocery stores. Living in RTP gives residents a security of its own. This place is very suitable for single graduate students and the community is very clean and safe. The only drawback is the distance needed to drive to a nearby grocery store. Otherwise, a great place to call home for students!
Solid Grad School Apartment
Post is a standard apartment complex with all the basic amenities. Close to Goizueta, safe, and a great place to live. Nothing fancy but works for grad school.
Post is a great place because it is close to school and also has a lot of amenities (pool, gym, tennis courts, etc.). The one downside is that it is a bit older of a property so you won't find granite counter tops or other more high end features. Overall, it's a great spot and I've found management to always be helpful!
very convenient, emory shuttle very close, restaurants. nice calm area
Good Apartment, a little far from campus
Overall, I have enjoyed living at the Sanctuary At Oglethorpe. It is a little further from campus and the "midtown" areas that many of my classmates frequent, than I had anticipated before moving here. But the bang-for-buck is great. It's a great place for dogs since we have our own entrance and own 2 car garage. The Brookhaven area itself isn't bad, it's also close to Buckhead.
Post Briarcliff - 2/2 Apartment
My rent went up significantly my second year at Post Briarcliff, but I still consider it a reasonable value for how much space I have and the security and amenities provided by the complex.
It is great to live in a complex with several of my classmates and near campus. I also enjoy the on-site gym (although relatively limited) and pools. It's also nice that Whole Foods and some restaurants are in walking distance.
Close to Emory
Rent went up dramatically each year, but it was a great time for the 3 years I lived there. No complaints.
Post Briarcliff - for international
Good location, easy process for international students.
Nice apartments but isolated location
It's a nice apartment complex that's clean and feels safe most of the time. There have been a couple security issues over the past year, and management was kind enough to send out an email that said, "Post cannot, and does not, guarantee the safety and protection of its residents." That's direct quote.
The gym is also nice, but it has been deteriorating over the last year or so. Post was recently purchased by another firm, and it appears they're not as eager to keep the equipment in good shape. Stuff is starting to break, and it isn't getting repaired.
If you're going to grad school at Emory, give this place a look. A lot of grad students live here. If not, there are much better places in terms of location as well as amenities.
It's easy to live for international students
There are a lot of international students of Emory Univ. at Post Briarcliff. So, it is easy to live in and to commute Emory Univ. In summer season, my daughter swam pools everyday.