- Management is very friendly and prompt with responses.
- Located in safe and friendly neighborhoods.
What could be better
- Appliances and utilities are out of date.
Recent Pegasus Residential reviews
Great on a budget
Rent is very cheap for the Durham area. The apartment complex is high quality with lots of space too. Down side is it is a 14 minute drive to the parking garage. But you are close to Southpoint mall and not far from Chapel Hill.
I am currently a P4 and have lived at One Metrocenter since starting pharmacy school. I live in the largest one bedroom here, and it’s nice because I have an extra room that I utilize as a study. Management and the maintenance staff are so friendly and are always so helpful. I’m about a 10 minute drive from campus, cutting through the gulch in the morning to get to class made it an easy commute. I also like being close to the interstate so it’s easy to get around all over the city. It’s really nice being close to Germantown so you have lots of restaurant options to pick from when you want to go out with friends. There is also a Starbucks, and a new Dunkin’ and Chipotle basically right next door which make living here even better.
Great price and location
Altera North Pointe has nice apartments, is really quiet, has lots of parking, and has been an all around great experience.
Bristol Village at Charter Colony
Your money really goes a long way here. I have a brand new very spacious apartment with 3 parking spots, free gym, and a pool. The apartment complex is quiet and in a nice area close to public libraries, the supermarket, and highways.
The only reason why I gave it 8 is because the apartment complex is 25 minutes from campus.
Comfortable apartment near many popular spots
Altera North Pointe is a great apartment community because it is very quiet and not too busy. It is only a 10-15 minute drive to Fuqua and is near Costco, Kroger, Ross, Bed Bath & Beyond, and other shopping areas. 9th Street is a 5 minute drive and it is easy and quick to get to Fuqua, the Heights on LaSalle, and downtown Durham. The apartments are spacious and comfortable. The community is gated plus they have pools, tennis courts, and a fitness center. It is one of the best deals I found for a one bedroom and utility costs are less than $75 for internet, electricity, and water/sewer.
Nice area but rude landlords beware!
I have a service animal and regularly they would attempt to Bill me for a pet fee each month. Even though you cannot charge for the dog since he is my service animal. At one point because of him living with me they began claiming I would be evicted if I do not pay for him. Luckily after a lawyer was involved they allowed me to leave my lease free and clear.
The management at this apartment complex is outstanding. Any time that I need something done in my apartment they get to it immediately. However, I have experience two floods and a broken fan - not fun. Appliances are way out of date and the amenities are not great for the price - however, it is a safe area and the apartments are huge.
Oak Lawn Gem
Great price, awesome location, and free parking! Love the complex. Management is very friendly and prompt with responses. Close to lots of bars, restaurants, etc. Near medical district and cost is well below other complexes in the area. I highly recommend!
Great management and location
So far I've really loved living here. The management is friendly and helpful, they send me email reminders to pay rent if we forget before charging us a late fee. Plus it is a great price for being so close to uptown, but not inside it so we avoid a lot of the traffic and noise associated with that.
Large but pricey
I am a young woman in my twenties and I feel safe in this building - which is VERY important. The gym and pool are nothing special. The aprtments are very large but also very outdated. Management here is amazing - they are always on top of any needs!
It is a decent place to live. The location is great with West Broad Street just 0.1 miles away. There a bunch of stores and restaurants just a 5-10 minute drive away.
Beautiful apartment, but not the best location
The amenities are great (bamboo floors, stainless steel appliances, w/d in unit), but it's not in the best area of town. There are some restaurants and bars nearby, but most young people live and go out in the Fan. Make sure you see your exact unit before renting- I was surprised to move in and find that one of my bedrooms doesn't have any windows!
Great value, okay location
For the price, the apartment itself is wonderful. Hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, and all the other expected comforts of modern urban living. The management office is by far the best I've ever experienced -- they're willing to help you out however they can. The amenities are good, but not the best in the area. The gym is serviceable-- it doesn't have a great selection of free weights, but many cardio machines. The rooftop lounge, with its awesome skyline view, is great for relaxing after work. I'm not in love with the location, but it has its perks; it's within walking distance to more bars and restaurants than you can try in months of living here and the beautiful Church Hill district is just a few blocks away. Plus, living right next to the highway entrance makes the commute a lot easier in the morning. However, weekend cab rides to The Fan can get rather expensive if your friends prefer to go there on the weekends. Overall, I'd say choosing to live here depends on what you want. If you want a beautiful apartment with a ridiculously reasonable price, plenty of good food nearby, and a management office that won't gouge you for money, then this is a great place to choose. If living within walking distance to the younger crowd (21-25) is most important to you, look for places near The Fan.