Mill Creek Residential Trust
- Management are very responsive and attentive to any complaints.
- Great modern amenities such as fitness center, conference rooms, and package room.
- Parking is never an issue.
Recent Mill Creek Residential Trust reviews
Nice, but overpriced
I live in a studio. It’s nice enough, everything works and it’s clean and secure, but with COVID-19, a lot of the benefits (gym, pool, facilities) have been strictly limited or closed altogether with no abatement. I wish I was paying less because it puts a lot of stress on me but the market values in Denver are consistently high while regulation is low. If you want any sort of amenity like A/C, covered parking (you will get hail damage without it), etc you WILL pay for it.
Modera Flats Review
I am really happy with modera flats so far. The location is close to campus and you can even take the bus if you don’t want to pay for a parking pass. You’re within walking distance of Hermann Park which is awesome and the area is really nice with a lot of great restaurants nearby. The complex is well maintained too.
Great amenities, have to be willing to drive
I love the residence. The amenities are great (free printing, free gym, attached garage). There is a commute, so I wouldn't recommend it for law students who aren't willing to deal with that. It does let me get away from the law school, which is great.
Modera Observatory Park Review
Good place to live, expensive but worth the extra money
Modera Observatory Park
Great apartment with nice amenities. Worst part is the number of undergrads who still party on a nightly basis. If you need a quiet place to study at your apartment or generally just expect a lot of quietness around the apartment, this is not the place.
Apartment building also has a couple of study rooms which you can use to get some work done and a couple of common areas with a coffee machine and tv/printers if you need them.
Modera Avenir Place Review
Overall good quality
Great apartment and location!!
Great location, only 2 minutes from the Dunn Loring Metro station on the orange line. Its a 25 minute train ride to D.C. There's also so much around the apartment that's within walking distance. There are multiple restaurants, Orange Theory, and a Harris Teeter that's connected. Within a 10 minute walk is the Mosaic District which has multiple amazing restaurants, a movie theater, target, painting studios, and shopping. There's a farmers market every Sunday too! Love this location and the apartment is new and very modern. Maintenance and staff is amazing and responsive.
Good community, location, and next to metro orange line
Rent is a bit high but it is to be expected for a complex right across from the orange line metro. Location is great; next to everything you would need. Biggest convenience is that the complex is located on top of a 24 hour Harris Teeter. I have had no issues with noise thus far.
Everyone is super friendly, love all the amenities
Fantastic apartment within walking distance to everything in Midtown.
This is a nice, upscale apartment building with a concierge, nice gym, rooftop pool and wine bar, etc. The building is well insulated and you can hardly hear any noise. Highly recommend living here if you're looking for a 'city living' experience.
Attentive management, brand new building
I moved in here about a month ago. It's a brand new apartment building and management is very responsive and attentive. The actual apartment is nice: washer/dryer, modern appliances, granite counters, easy to clean flooring in the kitchen/bath/living and carpet in the bedrooms. Lots of natural light & our apartment overlooks the pool with cabanas. The first floor has a nice gym, a conference room that my roommates and I study in, two coffee machines, a nice lobby, etc. Mail service is cool; you get a username/password that you enter into a machine and it opens a box for your packages. Parking is never an issue since the building is new and thus, not fully occupied. My only complaints would be that the neighborhood doesn't have much to do walking distance away (but really where else does in Miami?) and the rent could be a little cheaper (about the same as Brickell which is a nicer area in my opinion). But, overall we're very happy with the apartment.
Convenient and safe.
The location of the building is great as in the heart of belltown. Multiple public transportation options in nearby. Close to Seattle center. Security Team is very responsible that limit the appearance of strangers/trespassers in the building. Though the parking garage monthly renting is bit inconvenient for tenant. The price for designated parking slot is $100 higher compared to other apartments in the neighborhood.
I've lived here so long for many reasons-the first being the people. Very friendly and nice. You will easily recognize your neighbors and don't have to worry about loud noise, your mail being stolen, or your safety. I like this place mostly because the size works for me. The units are in great shape.
Will be Under Construction
Great location--close to downtown, the navy yard, and the monuments. Love the big windows and open kitchen in the deluxe one bedrooms and two bedrooms. The residents are friendly and helpful, but management is not very helpful. The view will be under going construction in the upcoming months. The neighborhood in SW is really changing, lots of construction and high rises.