PMC Property Group
- Maintenance staff are helpful and professional
- Prompt with scheduling showings
What could be better
- Management staff can be rude
- Unresponsive and hard to get a hold of at times
- Focused on making money
- Tenants have several utility problems
Recent PMC Property Group reviews
The location of this place is what makes it so awesome. Walk out of the Adelphia house and you are right in the heart of Philadelphia on 13th street, by all the good restaurants and fun bars. The view is great if you get a spot up high. I also have never had a problem with bugs, which is hard to find in some of these old Philadelphia buildings.
Decent Starter Apartment
Lots of sunlight, marble counter tops, and a spacious kitchen top the list of pros. A decent workout space with various machines and a large community deck also make this building worth the rent. My only real complaint is that the bathrooms, while updated and fairly nice, were clearly done hastily, and the bedrooms lack windows.
Very nice and clean w/ high ceilings!
Spacious floor plans with room for many furniture items. Having high ceilings makes the apartment feel even larger. Can't beat the location either because you are a block from Chinatown, a block from Jefferson SEPTA station and two blocks from Reading Terminal (the best food eva). Also, if you can get an apartment facing west, you'll have an amazing skyline view!
LOVE the Warehouse Apartments
Living at 9 N. 9th St. for the past year has been great! Attached parking lot right outside the building was a must for me, as I live in the city but work outside the city, and it is very nice to come home from work with my own assigned parking spot! Plus the location could not be better. Highly recommend!
Beautiful Apt, Great Location
The apartment has very high ceilings and great sunlight. The layout is open, and there is hardwood floors in the living room/kitchen. thr Management Company is generally responsive and arranges maintenance. Amazing location next to many restaurants, bars, parks, and more.
Fabulous neighborhood, but lacks proper maintenance
Midtown Apartments' location is amazing, but the management is extremely slow to fix anything major. The elevator has been out of service at least 6 times in the last year. They also have not repaired our bathroom fan since we moved in. The wooden floor tiles have also needed repair since before we moved in, and they have neglected to bring in someone to repair it.
Great location and neighbors, terrible construction
Reasonable price for size of apartment and location (close to all subways, SEPTA regional rail, multiple busses, AND PATCO!) in a fairly safe neighborhood with good food, a Target nearby, and good neighbors.
Construction across the street starts at 5AM and is a huge noisy annoyance.
I don't own a car, so the building's lack of parking options isn't an issue, but if you've got wheels parking is a serious PITA.
I've been a resident for about two years now. The location is second to none and I really love being close to Center City but still somewhat removed. Plenty of on street parking but things may change with luxury apartment building across the street opening. Building's demographics lean towards middle aged renters and might not be most attractive for young professionals.
Surprisingly quiet, amazing location
The apartment was decent. The owner has not updated the apartment in quite some time and it truly needs a lot of work, but in return the rent was very reasonable. The management company is responsive and helpful. There really aren't any amenities besides a very small gym in the lobby, but the location is amazing and near great restaurants, bars, and shopping.
Love this place!
It's a beautiful building located in the heart of the business district, and right next to the new Comcast building (which will be the tallest in the state, and the ninth tallest in the Western Hemisphere). It's super pet friendly, and a lot of the residents have dogs (which is great with Rittenhouse Park so close by). There's a fantastic, newly-built Rite-Aid in the ground floor that's open 24/7, so you'll never want for food or supplies. All around a great place to live!
Lots of noise
Good location, ok maintained building. Good view without the building being constructed next door. But I like living there because of how central you are to everything in Philly. I do wish they kept up with maintenance though. Also love that they allow pets - big plus!
Really, a great place for the price
I've been here for 2+ years and have enjoyed my top floor, isolated apartment. I'm sure other locations in the building are smaller or noisier, but for the price, I couldn't live somewhere quieter in such a great and accessible neighborhood. The security is lax but generally friendly, the management is typically responsive and patient, and the gym and roof deck--oh, those are amenities you'd have to pay an arm and a leg for anywhere else in the city. I think the value of this apartment (a relatively rare 2-bedroom in a building of mostly 1-bedrooms, on the top floor, in the corner) is enough that, with the recent addition of the rooftop amenities, I'll be asking to re-up my lease for 2 years just to make sure that I lock in the value I have right now.
Great location but problems with noise
It is right in the middle of the city, quick access to bars, restuarants, banks, coffee shops. Great for the lazy folk.
Gym in adjacent building is kind of bare minimum, with a bike room to store your bikes. Utilities run steep and is inefficient.
Would recommend for students
I have lived at the Adelphia House for a year. I moved here from South Carolina for school, so I really did not know what to expect when coming here.
My experience here thus far has been average. My apartment had a new kitchen and hardwood floors. The location is good for school but the area is a little sketchy.
Great Condo Building
Metroclub is in a great location for an easy 15 minute walk to both market street and center city. With the pool, gym and outdoor area for pets you really don't need to leave the complex much. My only complaint for the building would be as amazing as the large windows are in all of the rooms, the heat during the summer gets intense. When you call for service to check your air they tell you you're lucky if you can get it down to 75 degrees.