PMC Property Group
Recent PMC Property Group reviews
The Greenehouse Review
It has a rustic ambience with high ceilings, tall windows, and brick walls. It has opportunities for nice views and spacious open floorplans. There is a gym in the basement with 2 treadmills, a bike, an elliptical, a rowing machine, and a number of weights and machines. There is a rooftop deck with ample furniture and beautiful views of the hospital/medical campus (north) and south Baltimore (Camden Yards and M&T Bank Stadium in the south). There is no dedicated parking lot, so you must find another lot/garage to park in (I park at the Marriott for $170/mo which is about market rate around here, or you can park for free in the UMMC garage on Pratt street with your pass if your residency program offers free parking). There are additional fees on top of rent for electric/gas, cable/internet (Xfinity), and water (~40/mo). Management is responsive to maintenance issues. Many renters here have pets. It is invaluable living 1 block from the hospital when you're working residency hours, and several residents live here.
Affordable rent with location less than a block from the hospital with the option to park in the hospital garage (Pratt street garage). Fast response With repairs too. The apartment does not have attached garage, but i was able to park in the hospital garage without any difficulty. Access to indoor Dog park and roof with great views! Super high ceilings with lots of space. hasthin walls but otherwise lived there for two years and loved it
Parkway House Apartments Review
Close to Center City but there is also so much to do in the Art Museum area
1600 Walnut St Review
The apartment is very spacious. It was an in unit washer and dryer as well as a dishwasher. There is a trash room on every floor and a communal washer and dryer on every floor as well. Management is kind but sometimes maintenance requests are not addressed in a timely manner.
Great Deal, Sub-Par Management
I think 2040 provides the best bang for your buck. Apartments are decently sized, have a lot of natural light, a deck, a gym and a front desk concierge (though you will always have to go to the lobby to retrieve your guests; they won't bring them up). The apartment is across the street from Trader Joe's and from the trolley you can use to get to campus and down the street from Planet Fitness.
Large and bright apt space at reasonable rates
There are a number of great things about living at 2040 market. The apartments are, in my opinion, great value for the price. The units can be quite large, with floor-to-ceiling windows. There is also access to a gym with cardio and weight equipment (pretty average). The gym also has three Peloton bikes, which is a plus. While no pool, there is a nice outdoor patio to host events on. The building staff/front desk personnel are also friendly. There are many Wharton students that live at 2040 so it is nice to have people to walk/carpool to class together, etc. 2040 Market is also located right by the Trolley stop that goes right to campus, which is quite convenient, and it is also across the street from the Trader Joe's. One negative is that Market Street can sometimes get a bit sketchy at night (not necessarily different from other parts of the city), but there are sometimes some shady characters that hang around outside particularly near the liquor store beneath the apartment building, which has made me be particularly cautious -- especially at night. The apartment requires a fob to scan in as well as to get up in the elevators, which adds security.
Great apart from the noise problem
The apartment is spacious, comfortable, and has plenty of sunlight - a very good deal for the price. The deck is lovely for hosting and the apartment was clean and well-managed when we moved in. Though the space really varies by unit so check out the floor plans before deciding on a unit.
The biggest issue is that there is a fire station just down the road which leads to a lot of noise in units that are on lower floors, especially facing towards the fire station. Some people get used to it but for me it was a problem because I'm a light sleeper. Management response has been a hit and a miss - one of our issues was fixed promptly while another took days. Another smaller problem is that one has to go down to let anyone in - can be a problem if you're expecting guests to go down multiple times. Overall, the building is low frills (gym is small and there aren't any amenities per se) but really good value for money.
I absolutely love living here. The location is unbeatable (close to rittenhouse, 20min to campus, right above Trader Joe’s) and the apartment is so lovely. Every apartment has vaulted ceilings and floor to ceiling windows. The walls are super thick and I can do at home workouts without disturbing my neighbors. My only complaint is that laundry machines are shared by floor and cost $2 for washing and $1.75 for drying. And quality of wash is not great
1900 Arch Street Review
Decent apartment. Nice job. Units could use a refresh
2040 Market Apartments Review
Good value for the money
overall good building
Good building with nice views and good sized apartments. Amenities and gym are nice. Walls are thin though and the building is still very much under construction so it can get loud.
Happy with this place
- I have heard horrible things about PMC when I was doing my research. They have been nothing but amazing. Whenever I have a problem, I log it on the system, and someone comes to fix it. It's a very good management company (at least in 1900 Arch).
- Apartment is new. The best thing about is its windows - lots of sunshine! Because Arch is a commercial street, it is quiet at night which is nice. My only criticism of it is the size of 1BR. But that is very common here.
- Amenities are amazing. I'm talking about the gym, common areas, and rooftop.
- Location is great: 9 mins from Giant, 14 mins from Wholefoods, 1 min from Trolley. I would be suffering trying to get groceries or go to school if I lived anywhere else.
2100 Parkway Apartments Review
Love my apartment, hate managment
Franklin Tower Residences Review
The apartment is not spectacular but a great value with close proximity to other buildings and some really nice amenities. The quality is so-so but is still better than a brown stone. I live in a corner unit!