Post Brothers Real Estate

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Amazing Living Experience!

9 management rating Reviewed by on

Presidential City has been the ideal living situation for me and provides me everything I need without the city hassle. I have parking on-site, great amenities including a really nice fitness center and incredible pool area, and a spacious apartment where I don't feel cramped.

I work in Bala Cynwyd and wanted to have easy access to 76 & Center City because I like to be able to meet up with friends in the city or in Manayunk.

Living here is has been great and everything from the staff to the complex exceeding my expectations.

Presidential City Apartments
 / Philadelphia  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Love West Philly, Love Garden Court

9 management rating Reviewed by on

I've been a West Philly resident for about 4 years bouncing around from place to place. I've been at Garden Court Plaza for about two years and really love it here. They have a 24/7 front desk concierge and just redid the lobby and more amenities are coming soon including a fitness center and renovated dog park/outside area. The building has a mix of classic and trendy features that fits the neighborhood vibe. Reanimator Coffee just opened up next door.

Garden Court Plaza
 / Philadelphia  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Modern & Clean

9 management rating Reviewed by on

I've been at Rittenhouse Hill for two year nows and been loving it! It's very modern and clean with parking on-site. The amenities are incredible. They offer group classes everyday for free and have a great backyard to soak up the sun and hang by the pool.

Rittenhouse Hill
 / Philadelphia  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Love Goldtex!

10 management rating Reviewed by on

I moved to Philly from New York this past summer and been living at Goldtex for almost a year now and I love it!!! The apartments are brand-new and have all modern features. The bathroom is incredible with a full spa shower.

I didn't know anyone in Philly before making the move and met some great friends while living here. The rooftop is amazing and can't wait to lay by the pool soon!

Goldtex Apartments
 / Philadelphia  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Best Living In University City

10 management rating Reviewed by on

I only have good things to say about my stay at Hamco. I got back from my study abroad program last year and needed to find an off-campus apartment as soon as possible. My two other friends were in the same situation so we worked with Hamco management and they helped us get the great apartment we really wanted. We just renewed our lease and looking forward to the new fitness center and rooftop pool.

One of best thing about things about Hamco is the great location. It's a 5 minute walk from campus and has great food and nightlife options in the area.

Hamilton Court
 / Philadelphia  / 3 beds, 1 bath

Best Living In Philly

10 management rating Reviewed by on

I've been living at Presidential for just over 2 years and love it!

The space you get here compared to other buildings I checked it is incredible. You get double the space for the same money! On top of that -- the units are new so you're getting the best appliances and a washer & dryer in each apartment. The large windows make way for great natural sunlight too!

Another selling point for me was the fitness program. They have an extensive selection of classes from Barre, yoga, boot camp, cycle and more! They offer them 7 days a week and various times throughout the day! It's amazing especially considering how expensive gym memberships/class pass/soul cycle and more are!

The final piece for me was the security you'll get living here. The concierge staff is amazing and there is always someone around. I have a dog that I often have to take out late at night. The buildings are secured with gates with a staff member in the lobby of each building. The outdoor area is extremely well lit.

I love living here!

oh and the pool is incredible! you won't have to take a vacation of an exotic island anymore -- you have it right here in Philly

Presidential City Apartments
 / Philadelphia  / 1 bed, 2 baths

Presidential City

9 management rating Reviewed by on

I moved to Philadelphia from Maryland for work and was looking for a place to accommodate my move and that was also pet friendly. I found Presidential City and thought it was the perfect fit. It was a large complex with an incredible pool club and fitness center, parking, and all brand-new modern apartments. The selling point for me was the convenience of having a safe dog park on site and plenty of greenery. I couldn't find a comparable apartment complex offering all these amenities. It's been almost half a year, but hopefully it continues to be a great experience.

Presidential City Apartments
 / Philadelphia  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Spacious and comfortable in West Philly

9 management rating Reviewed by on

My experience at Garden Court Plaza has been very nice so far. The apartment is in a building with 13 floors and is pet friendly (for a small monthly fee). There is a dog park in the back as well. The apartment itself is old-appearing but well maintained. I have found that the maintenance workers respond within a day or so and do a good job of fixing any problems that arise. The water pressure is always good and I have never had an issue with hot water. There is an air conditioner in each room. Also, there is ample closet space- I even have my bike in a closet! The laundry room is shared by the whole building and just got redone, so we do not have to pay to use the machines anymore. The first floor also has a lounge area with WiFi and a grand piano that anyone can play. They are building a gym, but I am disappointed with the amount of progress that has been made so far. I feel very safe in the apartment and the receptionists who sit in the lobby are very friendly and receive all of my packages. I don’t have a car in Philadelphia, but there is a parking lot for use at the cost of $100 per month. There are not a lot of bugs in the apartment, which is also a plus. One occasional problem is that the elevators are slow and tend to break down often, but they are usually fixed within a few days. The location in West Philly is around a 25 minute walk to school and a 12 minute bike ride. The nearest grocery store is around a 15 minute walk. I like that the location is more residential with wide streets, but it does not have as many stores and restaurants as center city or graduate hospital, although there are a few nearby. Overall I have had a good experience!

Garden Court Plaza
 / Philadelphia  / 2 beds, 1 bath

Laundry, Bike, Gym

5 management rating Reviewed by on

Overall this is a fine apartment building. Laundry machines, bike storage, and very small gym in the basement. Management is pretty responsive. Perfect location to walk to all hospitals and school, and also right on the 21/42 bus line. Close to restaurants, entertainment, and grocery store. However, old building that tends to have elevator malfunctions, power outages, and plumbing problems. The “kitchens” are tiny and appliances are not great. No central air so window ACs are a must, and no washing machine. Parking is problematic. Expensive for one person, very reasonable for a couple. The building only has studios and 1bdrms.

The Roosevelt
 / Philadelphia  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Dog lovers

9 management rating Reviewed by on

Awesome community for married people or couples with dogs.

Rittenhouse Hill
 / Philadelphia  / 2 beds, 2 baths

Great location and value.

4 management rating Reviewed by on

Location: Excellent. Right across from 2401 Walnut, so great for Wharton students. Close to campus if walking and directly across the street from the 21, the bus that barrels you down Walnut to get to Huntsman. A few blocks from Trader Joe's and a new coffee shop opened up next door.

Amenities: New gym in basement - pretty standard, nothing special.

Apartment: Excellent value. Some completely renovated, others are a wreck, so check out your unit before you sign. Spacious given the building is from 1915. Thick walls help keep noise down from neighbors. Not a social building (which I like). No doorman, but can get packages delivered and left in lobby - camera is there, so no problem with receiving packages.

Management company: Sucks. Unresponsive, hoping to make a nickel off you. Be warned. The less you deal with them, the better, and you can simply enjoy your excellently located, spacious (if a tad old) apartment.

The Roosevelt
 / Philadelphia  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Cant say enough good things

10 management rating Reviewed by on

We love living here. Its barely been a year but we will be renewing our lease when it's up. It's beautiful inside and the neighborhood is trendy but family friendly too. My sons daycare is nearby and my work is only a few blocks away. Highly recommend.

The Roosevelt
 / Philadelphia  / 2 beds, 1 bath

Nice Place- Bad Management

1 management rating Reviewed by on

The complex is beautiful. The pool club and Gym are nice. BUT THEY LIE LIE LIE. Was told we got FREE valet parking- Nope- Not Free and not here. Told rent would only increase to 2%... NOPE 12.5%- There is not enough parking spaces for the people who live in one building nevermind four when they are all done- property Manager has changed three times now- The concierge staff is now Extremely rude and unprofessional. One of them wears really revealing clothes. Basketball players live here and think that they own the world because they play for the 6ers. THEY ARE RUDE.

Presidential City Apartments
 / Philadelphia  / 2 beds, 3 baths

Pretty Content!

7 management rating Reviewed by on

I've lived here for about a year now and really enjoy it; Presidential City is undergoing construction, but the renovations look amazing! I love that its a gated community, it makes me feel safe living by myself in a new city. Its also has immediate highway access and borders to a shopping mall with restaurants and cafes!

Presidential City Apartments
 / Philadelphia  / 1 bed, 1 bath

Rittenhouse Hills

8 management rating Reviewed by on

Expensive place to live compared to the surrounding neighborhoods. Especially with the small room sizes. A bit flashy in appearance, but would rather have more space and pay less. I like the close proximity to Lincoln Drive for commuting, and the gated community. However, parking can be a nightmare at times and annoying as well when they don't do anything about illegal parking (i.e. parking on sidewalks, in the middle of the road, etc...) Overall, place is so-so, will be moving once lease is up.

Rittenhouse Hill
 / Philadelphia  / 2 beds, 2 baths