MAA

 170 listings          
 353 reviews
7.5
Building rating
7.3
Management rating

What's great

  • 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

Across from Campbell Law

9 management rating Reviewed by on

It's a perfect place to live for a quick, short walk to class/studying in the library. It's probably more manageable if you have someone else to split rent with (ie. spouse/partner/roommate). However, you can get studios for a decent price if you keep an eye on it.

Hue
 / Raleigh-Durham  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Very Pleased: Great Option for Students

10 management rating Reviewed by on

The Hue is a great apartment complex. Nice amenities, amazing proximity to local restaurants (when not in a pandemic), and the best part is that it's across the street from school.

Hue
 / Raleigh-Durham  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Great Experience renting from here-- worth the extra expense

9 management rating Reviewed by on

I have lived at the Hue all 3 years of law school. I started in one of the studio apartments, and moved into a one bedroom prior to the start of my last year at Campbell. I have always had an amazing experience with maintenance coming within 24 hours of placing a request-- once I sent a request at 3AM and they were here at 8:30 AM the same day. The facilities are always clean. The Hargett side can get a little loud on weekends, and the pool side is loud during the summer-- which is only an issue if you need to get work done during the week. The location to school is phenomenal and I would recommend this location to anyone. They also have pest control come frequently to spray to prevent bugs, which has limited my experience with pests.

The rooms are very spacious. I had an issue with storage in my studio apartment, however, my one bedroom has TONS of storage for my fiancé and I. Also I have never really had any issues with noisy neighbors, outside of a set that used to argue in the hallways. Since they left, we have not had any issues. If you have pets, there is a great park across the road that you can use. The hue is also a 5 minute drive from Doretha Dix park which has a large field and dog park that can be a great space to bring your dog for a study break!

A negative aspect of the property is that the parking garage is a little tight, so be careful with your car. Also, the fitness center is smaller-- so if you are a gym person, you may need to get a membership if you use larger weights.

Hue
 / Raleigh-Durham  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Amazing

10 management rating Reviewed by on

It’s so close to school and they are very friendly and accommodating to me. Would absolutely recommend this complex.

Hue
 / Raleigh-Durham  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Hue Review

8 management rating Reviewed by on

Good location

Hue
 / Raleigh-Durham  / Studio, 1 bath

Nice apartments- but older

10 management rating Reviewed by on

These are nice apartments, but I had multiple bug issues while living there and I think they are drastically overpriced for the area and limited amenities. It’s not worth living downtown to pay $2000 a month in rent to live with a roommate.

Hue
 / Raleigh-Durham  / 2 beds, 1 bath

Would recommend

10 management rating Reviewed by on

Did not get a full 10 out of 10 because rent is a little high, but the building is great. Maintenance requests have all been completed within 24 business hours (Monday morning if submitted over the weekend). The leasing office staff is very helpful. No breed or weight restrictions for dogs. Love that it’s less than a 5 minute walk from my front door to school.

Hue
 / Raleigh-Durham  / Studio, 1 bath

Best Location

10 management rating Reviewed by on

The location is great for both the law school and downtown. The short walk to school and other fun places makes it the best place to live downtown. The amenities and the staff also make the price worth it.

Hue
 / Raleigh-Durham  / 2 beds, 2 baths

The Hue

8 management rating Reviewed by on

I've lived here for 3 years and loved it! It's super close to the Campbell Law which helps cut down on travel time.

Hue
 / Raleigh-Durham  / Studio, 1 bath

A Great Choice

10 management rating Reviewed by on

The apartment homes are newly renovated and are really nice. My apartment gets amazing light and the walls are pretty thick, so I can’t hear my neighbors— even when they’re having big parties. The location is amazing, it feels really safe and is super close to downtown, Zilker Park, and within walking distance to coffee shops, thrift stores, and restaurants. There’s a cute neighborhood nearby where I go on walks and feel safe doing so by myself, as a young woman. Our landlords are very responsive and are super helpful with repairs and work orders. We have covered parking in a garage that’s included and great amenities (3 pools, two gyms, a rooftop deck). While the rent is a little more expensive than I would like, I think it’s pretty worth it for all the amenities and the location. The only thing I can complain about is that people let their dogs go to the bathroom all around the property, instead of using the dog park only. But that’s not the property’s fault and they clean everything up pretty quickly. Overall, a great first apartment in a new city.

Post South Lamar
 / Austin  / 2 beds, 2 baths

Modern apartment with all the amenities in a great location

9 management rating Reviewed by on

Logan Circle is only 10-15 min drive from campus and close to DuPont Circle GUTS. The apartment is very new and modern. It is located right off of 14th street where there are several restaurants and shops.

Post Massachusetts Avenue
 / Washington DC  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Great location, awesome apartment with a view

10 management rating Reviewed by on

Loved this apartment. Amazing roof with pool and some of the largest apartment layouts in DC. We had a 1 BR + a Den (great for covid office space.) Maintenance is always very prompt and I really had no sound issues, always slept like a baby.

Post Massachusetts Avenue
 / Washington DC  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Neighborhood Feel within sight of Downtown DC

8 management rating Reviewed by on

I arrived in DC a year ago not knowing much about the area and chose to live in VA for lower costs. I looked at PPR on the recommendation of a friend and it had everything I was looking for - basic amenities like a gym and on site parking at a reasonable cost, a great location with walkable shopping and restaurants, and set in a residential area rather than surrounded by high rises, with green space across the street and a big park right around the corner. It was only ten mins from the metro blue and yellow lines, which meant easy access to downtown DC and either Rosslyn or Alexandria. I really liked being able to head to metro DC within 20-30 minutes in the evenings or on weekends but also have a chill night eating at one of the restaurants in the plaza at the center of the complex. The best part was the view of the AF Memorial out my window!

Post Pentagon Row
 / Washington DC  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Cheap rent, nice amenities, good community

5 management rating Reviewed by on

Post Briarcliff (aka MAA Briarcliff, they changed their name) is great bang for your buck for an apartment you live in during medical school. Cheap rent for a very nice and spacious apartment, really nice amenities and lots of beautiful scenery and outdoors areas nearby. Usually a lot of medical students live there, and there are great areas to gather (pool, grill areas). Management/maintenance can be a bit scatterbrained, but a very good place to live all things considered. Great location, too! Right near Emory and very close to grocery stores, restaurants, and other places of interest. Also, Google Fiber access and free parking is good.

Post Briarcliff
 / Atlanta  / 3 beds, 2 baths

Colonial Grand at Iverness Review

5 management rating Reviewed by on

Ehhh it is what it is

Colonial Grand at Inverness Commons
 / Phoenix  / 1 bed, 1 bath