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- Management is great with their service.
- The company employees are very friendly and polite.
- Great modern amenities
What could be better
- Parking costs can be high.
Recent Pinnacle reviews
Uptown Lake Apartments
The location of these apartments is great. Right on the corner of Lyndale Ave S and W Lake Street (I will add, since I know that Lake Street is associated with what happened over the summer, that it is not located far enough down Lake Street where it was effected by the riots over the summer). There is underground parking if you have a car that costs $100/month. There is also a reliable bus stop right on the corner that goes straight down lyndale to downtown if you need public transit (I took it for two years, it's about a 20 min bus ride). I lived in a 3 bedroom which was 2 bedrooms and a loft. I lived up in the loft and loved it, you get your own bathroom up there. There is a small gym and courtyard. They say there is a hottub but in the 4 years I lived there is was maybe working fo 3 months one summer. The biggest negative about these apartments is definitely management. They are slow to respond and aren't very on top of their jobs. If you hassle them enough like we did, they will get things done for you. Overall it was a perfect place to live while going to school at UST.
Great staff! Great amenities! Great gym!!!!! And there's a wonderful outdoor common area on the seventh floor that overlooks the city.
Maintenance always promptly responds to maintenance issues.
The building is older, but for the most part the company has done a nice job of modernizing it!
Great if you don't need your management
Great location and neighborhood -- right in the heart of Foggy Bottom. Immediate metro access (great for airport). Interior of the apartment is amazing; honestly one of my favorite places I've lived in that regard. Washer/dryer in unit is amazing.
Management leaves a good amount to be desired. Had insisted I pay with a traveller's check, lost it, and then would not reimburse me for the payment to cancel the check because "I can't prove that I dropped it off." Extremely rudely handled. Sometimes straight-up ignore emails and later denies doing so. They will not address concerns if you only bother them once; you need to be consistent to get them to actually take action. To their credit, they have been getting better as the term of the lease has gone on. Generally, though, maintenance is polite, if a little slow.
Gym is decent but not well-regulated. Missing weights, broken treadmills, and problems unresolved for the entirety of the time I've lived here.
Have heard rumors of pests but have not seen any myself -- might be more of a problem for lower/ground floors.
Be aware a lot of undergrads live here and walls/floors are not soundproof
All that said I'm definitely renewing
Good atmosphere for students - a lot of undergrads here. Close to campus. Gym and study room, club room with pool table and shuffle board. Nice courtyard for grilling and day drinking.
A bit small, but the most affordable option that I found outside of UCSD graduate housing but still close to UCSD. I also was looking specifically for a 1 bedroom.. it’s much more affordable to live with others though.
The complex has a pool and easy to access laundry rooms. Most units are newly remodeled. Not very noise proof.
Great location & affordable option
I love the location of my apartment. It’s a short walk to dinky town and campus. It’s a 5 minute drive across the river to Carlson. The rent was lower than most places around it, and the square footage is much larger. I LOVE my underground parking spot, a must have for Minnesota winters. The building is older, so the kitchen and bathroom are a little outdated. There are quite a few families that live here and they allow some pets. Overall, I’ve had a very positive experience!
Expensive, but Solid
Definitely expensive and wouldn't make sense without having a roommate. Our balcony view of Old West Austin is amazing and being so close to West 6th, Whole Foods, and all the downtown restaurants is a big plus. The Gym and Pool are on the roof and have fantastic views. Also, having a concierge on the first floor(i'd never had one before) is an awesome extra feature.
High Price - High Quality
Building is new and, with the exception of the shelves in the kitchen, the unit is in fantastic condition. Any time we have had an issue management has been prompt with getting it taken care of (COVID notwithstanding) and with clear communication as to when and what to expect. They were flexible with working with my roommate and I regarding our move-in process. The front desk staff is incredibly friendly and has been very responsive to any questions or concerns I raised.
Wonderful Young-Adult Living
My roommates and I have thus far loved our time at Moda! The staff and management are all very friendly and open, and property perfectly negotiates affordability and quality. Within walking distance of the Perot museum, restaurants, and Klyde Warren park-- and only minutes from the Mckinney commercial district.
Marcy Park Student Housing Co-Op
It is an older apartment building that is very spacious, it can be loud throughout the day because it is right next to the highway. Pretty small bathroom but there is a linen closet that can be used too. The management isn't the best at responding to emails and they do take a while to answer any maintenance requests but I have not had many and there is a lot of value that I am getting from it. It is completely unfurnished as well.
Spacious and Quiet
This complex is mainly families with children, making it quiet and safe. The apartments are spacious and newly renovated.
Pricey but Good Quality
Generously-sized kitchen, many windows, in-unit AC in the living area and bedroom. The place could use some updating, and the windows do not open very wide, so they are hard to clean from the outside. The management is responsive and organizes social events for the buildings. There is outdoor space that belongs to the building which is great for socializing, but you cannot have your dog off leash there.
Apartment Review - Skywater
I have enjoyed living at Skywater the past year! Plan to stay another.
Great place to live!
It isn't the closest apartment complex to campus, however, its not too far of a walk from the executive park shuttle stop. Really close to a lot of great restaurants, plazas, and shops. Feels very safe and is kept clean. Sometimes the maintenance takes a while to fix anything if something breaks, and the housing office is always very busy so it takes time to get responses from them, but overall its a great place to live.
Great location and very convenient to take the bus to campus