RAM Partners, LLC
- Most buildings are conveniently located near public transit and retail options.
- Great modern amenities
What could be better
- Management is unresponsive to complaints.
Recent RAM Partners, LLC reviews
Terrible place to live
The staff at WP was nice before I signed the 12 months contract. But everything has changed after I signed the contract. The staff is very rude and inconsiderate. Don’t expect any help from them. I will start from the “minor problems” and go to the big problem I am facing right now. The electric bills are outrageous. The walls are paper thin… I could hear literally everything my neighbors were doing. SO thin that even the staff cannot find out who makes noise in the middle of the night. (I got 2 email notifications saying that my neighbors were complaining about loud music, door slamming coming from my apartment after 10PM. When I called and had an argument with one of the girls, she said that I’m taking it too personal and the emails have general meaning. Lady, you sent me a personal email saying that there was noise coming from MY apartment.)
I placed an order for checking my kitchen sink as there was some water leak. I guess the maintenance guy came “checked” and left a note saying that they’re returning the next day to replace the kitchen faucet and there was a new faucet in the box on my bar. When I came back home the next day, I found a note saying that my issues had been solved, but the faucet wasn’t replaced. Yea, they fixed the problem, there was no water leak, but they lied about changing the unit. I didn’t call the office as I HATE dealing with those outrageous creatures. It’s also a very dangerous place to live. I’ve got few emails informing that there had been some attacks on some ladies in the parking lot and the laundry room.
My main issue now is that I moved from that place and now they’re asking me to pay $700 (on top of my $300 deposit) for the things that every normal apartment complex is supposed to do every time they get a new resident. The thing is they say that they’re very pet friendly. They said they paid for replacing the carpet and cleaning the apartment odor (pet, food). First of all, my dog never ever has any accidents in any house or apartment and the carpet was already old when I moved. Secondly I hired a company to clean the carpet before I moved. They’re charging me for wall wash, air duct cleaning seal vents. I had 2 jobs but still found the time to completely clean the apartment, spent some money and apparently it wasn’t enough for them, because no matter how good you clean the old stuff won’t become new. They sent me some pictures of that freaking apartment and they took pictures of the carpet the way that there is a shadow on it and it seems that it’s dirty. I’m going to send them the carpet cleaning receipt. They knew that I am moving out of the state, so they waited for 17 days before sending me the $700 bill. I wouldn't ever recommend this apartment complex to anyone. There is absolutely nothing good about them.
Eleven North has been a wonderful place to live. It's convenient to everything downtown and the staff is very kind and attentive. I would say the biggest selling point for me were the amenities. The pool/grill area is a great place to socialize and the gym, tanning bed, and sky lounge all add a lot of value to the quality of life. Not to mention you get all the perks of living in/near the gulch with an easier price tag than most other buildings nearby.
Great midtown location
SHS has been a great introductory apartment for my move into Atlanta. The area in midtown has had new development recently which has really improved the 6th street area.
I've never had a maintenance problem go unanswered. It is usually fixed with 24 hr.
The grounds are well kept except for some instances where broken glass got into street mulch areas. Not sure if this is SHS responsibility but it is 10 ft from building and many pets go there. Rather than remove all mulch with glass, they have just added more.
The pool is basically useless. Even in 90 degree summer it is frigid cold.
The price is fairly expensive although it is in midtown. You get what you pay for, and it's been nice.
Not bad, but it's not good :/
I have lived at Waters Park apartments for 2 years now and I really like the management staff and convenience of my apartment in relation to food and groceries and access to major highways. I do NOT like the fact that the management team allows tow trucks to surf our lots and tows you for being parked on the line, I also do not like the gym (or should I say outdated treadmill, elliptical and random weight lifting machines). I see that "lots of sunlight" is listed as a way to describe my apartment, which is true only because there is a ton of parking lot with very few spaces to actually park.
LOVE this place
The girls in the front office are amazing and helpful. The place is like Ft. Knox so if you don't have a key fob or a gate code, you can't get in which is pretty great. My dog LOVES the area around the building. There is ample parking too. No riff raf.
Nice place to live but a little overrated and too expensive. Can hear your neighbors through the walls, which is SUPER annoying. Overall, the apartments are really nice and the bathroom is HUGE but I feel like there are better apartments for less money.
SkyHouse is a nice great location. Apartments are in good shape. Mininal repairs are ever needed. Other residents are friendly or they just ignore you completely. Could have a more pet friendly area near by but it is manageable. Management staff could use a revamp though.. they are kinda dull.
Great location in midtown with friendly door staff.
Great location and awesome rooftop amenities
Overall, very pleased with SkyHouse South. Renewed my lease for another year. GREAT location and awesome rooftop amenities. The building is newer so there have been some issues with working out the kinks but overall very pleased with this property.