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Recent Silton Management Group reviews
Good neighborhood, but a little expensive
Our apartment is ok, everything works well and the property manager has a very good service. The neighborhood is safe, calm and with good places to eat and shop. The only downside is the rent price, higher than L.A. average.
Nice property in an excellent area
The apartment is really nice. Unfortunately, it is super pricy.
Overall Great Building
The building is close to campus (30 minutes to Anderson), has a nice roof with a pool, hot tub, and grill, gym in the basement, sauna, and a helpful maintenance staff.
The location of the building is great. It is located within walking distance to several amenities such as a nearby Bristol Farms, CVS, Kinross, and a UCLA bus stop as well as several other stores/restaurants in the area. If you have a car it is very easy to get to campus. There is a small pool on the roof as well as a sauna. There is also a small room with some gym equipment. The layout of the apartments is pretty standard across other apartments in the area. The floors are uneven. Water pressure is very poor. Management is generally responsive and keep common areas clean. Make sure you have checked the condition of everything in the apartment as well as the parking spot location before signing the lease contract.
Good for what is needed
Quiet studio, lots of undergrads around. Close to school, clean, quiet. Parking spot to drive anywhere
Good location for school, but meh for socializing
Midvale Towers, managed by Silton Group, is continuing to update its facilities, and at first glance is a pretty building. I have had no complaints about the management or the other tenants; however, the sound-proofing is not wonderful and you can often hear the people above you walking around or the people in the hallway talking. Conveniently located a mile from UCLA's campus (just under 2 miles door-to-door from Anderson), it is an easy commute and definitely walkable. That said, there is very little social scene in Westwood so you will have to drive when you want to go out. You pay your own water, gas, and electric bill monthly, and water, sewage, and trash are split amongst the building, as is the electricity for the hallways/common areas/etc. This shared utility bill is a bit higher than I anticipated, but not prohibitive. Management is very responsive to all requests and the building manager lives in the building itself.