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Recent Montlack Management reviews
Spacious but older apartment
The apartment is spacious, with hardwood floors throughout. Overall, everything has been maintained very well. The floors throughout the apartment are very creaky, and sometimes you can hear noise from other apartments. There is a good amount of storage. A lot of light in some rooms (living room) but not as much in some bedrooms. One of the bathrooms does not have a window and is on the small side but not unmanageable, and does not feel too cramped.
Great house with nice management
The structure of my apt is quite easy for roommates to have individual private space, even for the one rent the living room. Management is quite nice and efficient.
Love this place, quick walk to school, great management, COVERED PARKING!!!
-lots of medical students live here
-COVERED, private parking garage (50$/mo, but worth it in the winter!)
-window AC unit for $10/mo
-management is VERY responsive to repairs, concerns, etc. they respond quickly and take care of everything from clogged toilets to dead light bulbs and AC issues.
-apartments have small balconies
-laundry downstairs (unfortunately you have to pay with quarters)
-bike storage room downstairs
-some units have an updated kitchen (new appliances, granite countertops). contact them EARLY and ASK if you want one of these units.
Amazing management company
They pay for heat and are the opposite of stingy. The apartment is always warm in the winter, and anytime we have any issue, they are extremely quick to respond and address the problem.
I love my apartment. It is enormous and has a long hallway my cat, Joseph, loves to run up and down. There are hardwood floors, brand new marble counter tops, and new cabinets. My neighbors are predominantly residents and medical students. The place is quiet and clean. There is a small parking lot and a garage. I pay an extra $50/month for a garage spot.
Comfortable, Affordable, not luxury
Management company is pretty responsive to complaints. Location is 17 minute walk up/down murray hill. Kitchen has updated appliances. Heat is via a radiator (don't have to pay for it but also have minimal control of it). Nice living room. Safe area. Close to places to hang out/have fun. Big closets
Great place to live and the management is very responsive to fixing things if needed. They come the same day or the next day.
The building is old but well maintained.
10 minute walk to a decent variety of restaurants and a market(cash only)
Another market 15 minute walk away.
Cats are allowed for a $200 pet deposit.
Quiet street, but pretty social environment still because quite a few other medical students live close by.
Down side is it is a 25 minute walk to school. There are bus stops nearby.
2 parking spots are allowed per apartment!
Since the building is old...closet space can be limited. Would invest in a clothes rack or something like that.
Duke apartment review
Great apartment with a bunch of space! Our living room is massive and most of the bedrooms are also good sized. The kitchen is modern and has everything. Parking in the back lot can be difficult but there is other options such as a garage and street lot a block away. Management is pretty good as long as you follow all of their rules.
Great management, great location
Management is quick to fix issues. Location is a 5-10 minute drive depending on traffic (with no traffic / all green lights, I can get to school in 4 minutes).
Very Happy, planning on resigning
The apartment is spacious, cheap, and close to Coventry. Many of my classmates live within a few minutes of the apartment, which makes socializing easy. There are sidewalks in the streets near the apartment, which makes running very easy.
The apartment has been great! The building is a little old and not renovated, but otherwise, the maintenance has been flawless. They're extremely quick to respond to any concerns, and they pay heat, which is great! Rent is super cheap and it's located conveniently close to school, Coventry, and the Cedar/Fairmount area.
This apartment building is well priced and right off Coventry Rd. It includes an air conditioning unit, building washer/dryer, and covered parking. This place may not be the nicest apartment you could get, but very convenient. It is within walking distance of a grocery store and restaurants/bars as well as the CWRU shuttle and two RTA routes (#7 and #9) which both go to some part of campus. The management company has an in-building office. They are friendly and quick to sort out any needed repairs or issues.
Good Location, Lots of Space, No Problems with Management
The Crestview is a really great place to live. I was lucky to get one of the renovated apartments so my kitchen is new which I love. The management company is a really nice set of people that will take care of whatever problems you may have right away. The apartments are huge and while it may be an older building, you don't really ever feel like it's an old building. It's clean and doesn't feel warn down. The closets are huge. There's a patio. Wood floors which do creak a lot so they can be a little annoying especially since you can hear the neighbors walking around, but you get used to it and it isn't that bad. The location is only about a 15 minute walk to the Med School which is awesome and it is generally in a perfect central location for where everyone else will end up living. A lot of medical students and residents also live in the building too so you'll have friends. It is a walk-up which is a little unfortunate but it's also not that tall so it's not a bad walk. There is laundry and dryers in the basement although they are coin operated (my only complaint). There is parking included (it's technically a separate charge but they make it a part of the monthly rent) which is nice and it's a covered garage which is sooo helpful for the bad weather days.
Solid, typical apartment for Cleveland Heights
Pros: large living and dining room, remodeled kitchen (some units), high ceilings, large windows, heat included
Cons: OLD, small bedrooms, old bathroom appliances/fixtures, creaky floors
Overall, splitting the rent and utilities 3 ways makes this apartment extremely affordable. I pay just over $400 in rent and about $50 in utilities. The tradeoff is that the building itself was built in 1920, so it has 96-year-old building issues. For the most part, the apartments are maintained well and maintenance responds to requests fairly quickly. The only problem we had moving in was that a toilet hadn't been fixed since the last tenants moved out and had caused water damage in the bathroom.
It is about a 25 minute walk to school for us and we walk to class most mornings. It may be beneficial to have a parking permit when the weather gets bad, as sidewalks get very icy/snowy in Cleveland Heights and are not plowed/shoveled. The area is very safe and a lot of medical students live in the building and in buildings up and down the block.