Simpson Property Group
- Management are very quick to deal with tenants' complaints.
- Great modern amenities and resident events.
- Front staff office are extremely sweet and polite.
Recent Simpson Property Group reviews
The Reserve at Tysons Corner Review
Nice apartments, with some security faults
Love it here!
Great apartment in a great area. Would suggest looking for AAP/Affordable Dwelling Units vs. paying market rent. Will email Dean Rose Separately.
Ten out of ten!
Safe, quiet, amazing amenities
Short Pump Apartment
This is a great place to rent if you have pets. There is no monthly pet rent and you can have up to 3 pets. Some of the finishes could use a little updating, but overall it's a nice apartment. It also has a separate laundry room with a full size washer and dryer, a balcony and a dishwasher. There is also plenty of storage with both rooms having a spacious walk in closet. It's also a gate community.
I love the apartment and the area. Maintenance is always quick in response and my packages are handled very easily and professionally. The office often has free breakfast and other seasonal events where you can stay in touch with other people in your building. I love it. It's very peaceful, but also kid/pet friendly.
Solid apartment for young folks looking to meet new friends and have a great time
The Skyhouse has definitely grown on me. If you're looking for a concierge building with perks (beautiful pool, roof deck, gym, and lounge) with a young vibe then I would take a look at Skyhouse. Living on Rainey St. is also fun but keep in mind there aren't any food options-- just drinks. Skyhouse can get rowdy on the weekends too.
I am not crazy about the management company. It's not an Austin based company and they're often unwilling to accommodate resident requests. For the price, I was expecting a little more from them. The closets are also tiny.
I really enjoyed living there. It's quiet for Bulkhead and near a lot of great facilities (Whole Foods, Lenox Square, and great restaurants).
The pool is really nice and apartments are neat (granite countertop is a big plus).
The management is really nice and dedicated.
Very Pleasant Experience
I've had an overall pleasant experience at Strata. The front office is responsive, kind, and occasionally host happy hours on Fridays, which can be fun. The pool and common areas are aesthetically pleasing, and it's overall great place. I've enjoyed it.
Love the Strata
As a whole I love this apartment! Pros: hardwood floors, granite counters, top notch appliances, garden tub, huge walk-in closet, open layout in living room/kitchen. Cons: no linen/coat closet, parking garage gate was broken very often and the noise! I know they cant necessarily help the construction being done but I have heard it every day for 10 months. They start as early as 6am and end around 7pm. It made it really hard to enjoy my home when I constantly heard jack hammering or beeping tractors. The management was great overall. Sometimes it was difficult to find a human body in the office but once I did they were always efficient in meeting my needs.
This is a wonderful place to live! Clean, quiet, and safe. The gym and the pool are well maintained and are never overly busy. There is plenty of parking and the management is very friendly! The only thing I can complain about is the price. It is a little expensive but for a safe, clean home it's worth it.
Freindly and Fast Maintenance
The staff if extremely helpful in every situation. The same with the maintenance crew. Every problem I ever have is fixed with a day or two which helps me immensely to know that when something goes wrong or I need help with my apartment, I can rely on having it fixed in a timely manner.
New and modern
Metro 112 is located in downtown Bellevue, 2 blocks from the transit center and within walking distance of restaurants, grocery stores, Bellevue Square, etc. The building is new and modern
New and great location - safety could be made more of a priority though
My roommate and I have been living at the Icon at Ross for just under a year now and are overall satisfied with our stay. There is no nightly patrol which has been a concern of ours for a couple of months, but doesn't seem high on landlords priority list.
This complex is mostly quiet, gated, and has the basic complex amenities- outdated washer/dryer, garbage disposal, fridge, small pool etc. It's overpriced, but nicer than other areas and apartment complexes in Renton and fairly close to bus stops, CVS, and Fred Meyer.
Great location, very expensive
I really love living here, being on Rainey definitely has its perks and it's nice being so close to a busy and happening place. I feel extremely safe. The down is our rent is very expensive considering it does not include parking, utilities, water, etc.