Mission Rock Residential

 37 listings          
 18 reviews
8.0
Building rating
7.4
Management rating

Recent Mission Rock Residential reviews

Tribeca Review

6 management rating Reviewed by on

Excellent housing

Tribeca
 / St Louis  / 2 beds, 2 baths

Plush, neat ,new apartment!

9 management rating Reviewed by on

My experience at Tribeca is really good. It is relatively new building and you get to see the apt like a new house! All the Amenities were good. It is a very safe and secure here. I totally recommend moving here if this falls within your housing budget.

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1. The apt rent is $2000/month which includes water,sewer, trash, WiFi, pest.
( Electricity is seperate)
2. Electricity ~ $120-$150/month ( depends)
3. Groceries (for Indians) ~$300-400/month for 2 persons
4. Overall- $ 1500-$1600/month ( for 1 person)
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Tribeca
 / St Louis  / 2 beds, 2 baths

Tribeca Benefits

9 management rating Reviewed by on

1. Shuttle for the campus
2. Safe
3. Good support system

Tribeca
 / St Louis  / 2 beds, 1 bath

Quite and Convenient Apartments

10 management rating Reviewed by on

Summit at Flatirons is a great place to live for a law student because it is very quiet and you are never able to hear the neighbors. The community mostly consists of young professionals. It is located close to an entrance onto highway 36, which takes you directly to the law school campus, so it is very convenient. My daily commute to the law school is about 17 minutes. Leasing office/maintenance is attentive and kind. Another added bonus is that there is a covered parking garage attached to the building so that you won't have to worry about getting snow off of your car in the winter months.

Summit at Flatirons Apartments
 / Denver  / 2 beds, 2 baths

Housing Review

9 management rating Reviewed by on

This apartment complex offers mountain views, spacious living space, fantastic amenities, and friendly neighbors. It's a very dog friendly community as well. Great spot for those looking to be outside of Boulder and for a community of other working professionals.

The gym, pool, and other community spaces are great and management is very friendly and responsive to all our needs (always less than 24 hours after we submit maintenance requests). The complex is adjacent to a large trail network for walking/running/biking.

The only downside is the location being further outside of Boulder. However, for those looking for a place between Boulder and Denver, this is a great spot!

Summit at Flatirons Apartments
 / Denver  / 2 beds, 2 baths

Nice building but has some kinks to work out

8 management rating Reviewed by on

I really like the units at Tribeca. It's pretty well updated and I think the layouts for one bedrooms are pretty large. The big unit warning I have is that the walls are somewhat thin and the internet can be hit or miss somethings. If you have a good relationship with your neighbors, noise is a manageable issue (or set your fan to run as background noise). At the peak of Covid, I did use my phone hotspot for a few days to attend class (issues are more rare now that people are back to in-person work/school). I have friends in the building who have had issues with management (I personally have not had any issues) that contributed to them moving elsewhere (ex. negative attitude, challenges in getting answers from management, etc.).

Tribeca
 / St Louis  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Tribecca- Central West End

6 management rating Reviewed by on

I chose to live here because other older law students lived here when I moved in. The large windows are great for natural light for studying and there are plenty of overhead lights for nighttime studying. The building is also new and in nice condition. My main complaint is that the noise level in the building and on the street has increased over the last two years and the walls and windows are super thin. Packages are also often stolen. Parking spaces are additional costs per month, but safe underground parking.

Tribeca
 / St Louis  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Nice Apartment, Mixed Management

6 management rating Reviewed by on

The apartments are really nice and has a newer design. Management has been a bit challenging because a new group recently took over. I'd say it's a good place to live but definitely know you need to be a bit more forceful with standing up for yourself. Also the building all shares wifi so it can be patchy at times. I ended up using a personal hotspot but that was also while pretty much everyone was working/going to school from home.

Tribeca
 / St Louis  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Tribeca Review

4 management rating Reviewed by on

Great building, Management sucks

Tribeca
 / St Louis  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Good space, not ideal management

4 management rating Reviewed by on

Compared to apartments in Boulder, you get more "bang for your buck." The apartments are large, with have plenty of storage space, washer and dryer in unit, large bathtubs, and balcony space. There is a gym, large pool, hot tub, fire pits, and grills on site. Additionally, there is a parking garage with secured access.

The only con to this property is the management. Smoking policies and quiet hours are not always enforced.

Summit at Flatirons Apartments
 / Denver  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Great environment

7 management rating Reviewed by on

It is great that we have a pool, hot tub, grills, and a 24 hour gym. The gym is small, but rarely ever packed. There is a dog park as part of the apartment property. I'm a cat owner, but everyone with the dogs seems happy. There is no charge for parking unless you want a separate garage. Most apartments come with a garage already. I do miss Boulder, but the drive from Broomfield isn't bad unless there is a major accident. Boulder is expensive, but definitely with more bike/running paths. This is something this area lacks. These apartments are right next to US 36, which is easy access to Denver/Boulder. I like that it is a gated community.

Harvest Station
 / Denver  / 3 beds, 2 baths

Great Place To Live For A Fair Price

10 building rating Reviewed by on

This is a great place for a law student to live for a fair price.

Summit at Flatirons Apartments
 / Denver  / 2 beds, 1 bath

Outside of Boulder, but not far from much!

8 management rating Reviewed by on

Love Harvest Station, lots of bang for your buck. Spacious bedrooms, lots of community amenities, plenty of parking. Super pet friendly. 2 minute walk to the bus stop which will get you directly to campus or only a 20 minute drive. Close to restaurants and breweries. Not far from Denver either!

Harvest Station
 / Denver  / 2 beds, 2 baths

Sunny, comfortable apartments!

8 management rating Reviewed by on

I lived at the Residences for about a year. The apartment got plenty of sun and there were three large windows in the living room, plus double doors leading to the porch in the bedroom. The porch area had a small "shed", which was really nice for storing my husband's tools.
The bathroom was probably my biggest problem room. There were some shelves by the sink which were pretty spacious, but they had been painted over so many times that when I put things on them, the things stuck and pulled up the paint. There wasn't a bathroom closet, so everything in your bathroom was on display.
The pool is very nice in the summer. There are grills and plenty of lawn chairs. The gym is workable, with several treadmills and a few stationary bikes, although there aren't very many weights options, and the yoga room is always dirty and bugs get in. I recommend bringing your own yoga mat if you want to go in there.
Overall, I would recommend this apartment. It was decent and the location was amazing. It's very safe for children and it's pretty quiet.

The Residences at Vinings Mountain
 / Atlanta  / 1 bed, 1 bath