Southern Management Corporation
- Very friendly and responsive
- Hosts social events
Recent Southern Management Corporation reviews
Convenient location on MD/DC border
Moved in August 2017 and the community continues to make constant improvements.
10/10 rating for Twin Towers Apartments
I love living here and it's a great location for everything I need. I am within a 5-minute walking distance from the Silver Spring Metro and to the outdoor mall with plenty of food options. There's a Whole Foods and Giant less than 10 minutes when walking. My apartment is spacious, the staff is friendly and the tenants keep shared spaces clean.
Daniel's Run Apartment
Great apartment. Not that far from campus.
I love this complex. It has a pool, basketball court, small soccer field, and exercise room. There is access to a park with larger sports fields and access to a seven-mile paved trail very close by. The complex is very diverse, which is really nice. There are a lot of families with young kids here, which I think makes it feel homey and also means it is pretty quiet at night. The walls are thick enough to where I generally don't hear noise from outside my apartment, anyway. I've never felt unsafe living here, and I've had packages delivered that have sat in front of my door for days when I've been away, so I think that speaks to safety/security as well. Maintenance is quick to address any issues. I haven't seen any evidence of pests, and the common areas are kept clean. It is a short walk to a Ride On bus stop and a Metrobus stop. Laundry is in the basement of my building which is nice. The bathroom and kitchen are nice, with an electric stove and oven and a nice shower/tub. The only kind of weird thing is that management controls when you can switch from A/C to heat in the fall and from heat to A/C in the spring, but that doesn't really bother me. Otherwise, I have full control over the temperature in my apartment, and utilities are covered by the rent as well so it's nice not having to deal with paying those separately. Can't recommend this place enough, really!
Silver Spring Towers
Ok for students. Rent is however above the budget of most International Students without roommates.
Quiet, clean community.
Good Place to Live
The management team is great and the service team is also very responsive with any issues we have. The neighbors are friendly, the building is very safe, and we are also within walking distance of downtown Silver Spring. The only issue we have had is a mice problem. The building is older and mice keep coming in no matter what preventative measures we take.
Affordable Housing Worth the Commute
Clean, quick response to maintenance requests, gym, convenience store in building.
Affordable, friendly, and location is good. Aesthetics below average.
I thoroughly enjoy living at Summit Hills. I have not encountered any problems that have not been able to be fixed. And would definitely recommend.
Location is awesome
Great location. Affordable rent. Spacious parking and good management.
Great experience here so far
Very responsive. 24h maintenance and parking. Everything included. Walking distance to metro. Border of DC. No need to worry about parking
Cheaper than D.C. Near the Red Line. Fairly far from campus. Downtown Silver Spring has some restaurants. Grocery stores nearby. Can be pet friendly. Relatively responsive maintenance. Safe area, day and night.
Great complex outside of the city!
This apartment is a great option for students who don't mind being a bit of a metro ride away from campus. My two bedroom apartment is huge, so it's a great space for roommates. The bedrooms are both pretty big, and the common areas have a lot of space too. The walls within our apartment seem to be good at blocking out noise, but my roommate has complained that she can hear our neighbors on the other side of her bedroom. The other residents of the complex are a mix of other students, young working professionals, and young families. We have a great pool, a gym, and other amenities like a small market and dry cleaners. Management is great as well--every building has a manager that's there from 9-5, and repairs are completed in a timely manner. The distance from school can be a bit of a hassle if you're someone who tends to run late, as the commute is about 45 minutes to an hour with walking time and the metro ride combined (although Uber/Lyft takes closer to 30 minutes). Silver Spring is a great area that has all the activity of DC...with better parking.
you get what you pay for
I wanted to live alone and kent village fit in my budget to do that. my rent was only above 1000s in my fourth yr and this includes a 25$ pet rent. but i will say, the neighborhood is a little rough and there is a commute to get to school (20 mins w/o traffic and 30-45 w/ traffic).