Paradigm Management L.P.
Recent Paradigm Management L.P. reviews
This is a great place to live in Alexandria.
Great for what you pay!
Very young professional centered, social, not as many families live in it, but a great environment to live. Definitely the least expensive of its category. The gym is great. The rooftop pool is also fabulous when it is warm outside. I have absolutely loved my experience living here!
I love our apartment. The one bedroom+sunroom is a great amount of space for a couple just moving in together. You can have time together and apart as you please. The fact that our building has one of the best rooftops (fire pit, TVs, pool) is just the cherry on top to the gym and club rooms at our disposal.
Living at Meridian Gallery Place
I have been living here for about 6 months now. I like the location, as it is right in the heart of Chinatown. Its pricey, but I could not ask for better access. It is metro accessible, and I can travel right to work very easily. I am also pleased with the gym. It is small, but it gets the job done.
Beautiful Alexandria at King Street Metro
The Meridian is right next to the King Street Metro offering amazing convenience. It is also next door to the best whole foods in the metro area. And, if you are an avid runner or walker it is the best location for running and going to the old town area only 20 minute walk away. The management is superb as they are always staffed and ready to assist with any need that may arise.
Great amenities, wish it was closer to the metro
The value of what you get at the Madison is great - it's very clean, higher end finishes etc., but you sacrifice in location (not bad, a one mile walk from the metro, but not exactly centrally located). The amenities are great, management is *mostly* good and easy to work with.
Great apartments for young professionals
The Meridian at Courthouse is great for young professionals. While it's apartments are pretty standard, many of them have been renovated. If you are willing to live in a small place, the rent is very affordable and you get access to a gym and pool. Very close to metro.
The Meridian at Ballston
As a young working professional, I enjoy living at the Meridian a lot! Right at the heart of Ballston, I have great time enjoying the vibes of the young city which has so many events/activities going on every day. This building is super accessible to major buses, only 1 block away from Ballston Metro, and close to local restaurant, coffee shops (i.e: Starbucks, Cosi) as well as the Ballston Common Mall. The Meridian offers great maintenance services along with 24 hour front desk service. Friendly staff, lovely neighborhood, and safe living environment are among many benefits that this amazing building offers. I will definitely recommend this apartment to anyone
Beautiful building, but lots of students who are noisy and messy in common areas. However, I think these issues would be the same at any of the other buildings in the area due to proximity to the law school. Management is just okay - the folks in the leasing office are pretty helpful, but often the people sitting at the front desk are inadequate.
Great space that comes at a cost
The Mount Vernon Triangle Meridian is a very comfortable community full of young professionals(consultants, grad students, etc.) The roof top provides a very nice few of the city along with a small but nice pool and a few grills that make for a nice summer bbq. The gym is exceptional and includes dumbbells, an array of machines, ellipticals, and bikes(includes spin class videos) along with a studio which can be used for stretching, yoga etc. The rooms themselves are very nice with wooded floors for the common areas and carpet for the bedroom. Maintenance is relatively prompt and there is free coffee near the front desk. Location is great and includes a Safeway across the street along with a variety of restaurants around Mt Vernon Triangle and is relatively close to both Chinatown/Gallery Place and the Shaw area. Obviously like most apartment complexes like this mine main concern is cost which is of course pretty high as is expected(unfortunately) in DC. Overall this is a fantastic apartment complex and I shall sorely miss it when I move out.
Spacious and Bright!
Large layout with tons of windows. It's a little hard to stay warm in the winter and no utilities are included, so costs can add up. Building staff are great - friendly and helpful. Convenient location to metro and Old Town - walking distance to both as well as Whole Foods. Pool is fantastic in summer.
A safe place to go broke
The Meridian is a safe place to live within walking distance of a metro stop, bars and shops. However, there have been a lot of loud renovations going on that startle me awake at 8AM. Leasing office staff isn't fantastic but they do the bare minimum of their job. I love the natural sunlight that comes through but the units are small for what you pay for and the appliances are pretty shitty. I also wish some utilities were included. The area is super yuppy and yo-pro which gets in the way of being socially happy.
It's a good location. It's clean and has decent amenities. It's way too expensive, leaving young professionals no other alternative but to make a 2 bedroom 1 sunroom apartment essentially 3 bedroom by sticking someone in a sunroom that has no ventilation. Sadly it's comparable to other apartment complexes in the area.
Best amenities in downtown DC. Incredible rooftop, lounge, pool, and views of the monuments. Beautiful lobby with a business center, conference room, lounge seating, and free coffee. Solid gym. Apartments are spacious and modern. Great location. Can't ask for much more. Only complaint is the noise from the entrance to 395.
Looking forward to an upgrade
The Meridian was ok for the past few years, but my roommate and I are definitely outgrowing the place. We're in an older unit and things are falling apart and you can easily see the poor quality of appliances and construction that were put into the apartment. The management company was also quite rude about discussing a transfer to a newer unit, and therefore has lost our business for the following year.