- Quality of amenities are really high.
- Management is very responsive to any complaints filed.
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Great location, rude staff.
I really did enjoy my apartment, and I had relatively few maintenance issues during the three years I lived here. But unfortunately, every time I did have a minor issue, the office staff was unnecessarily rude to me. You'll see on google reviews that the general sentiment about the office staff is that they are nice to you right up until the moment you sign the lease. After that, they seem to forget their manners entirely. In my experience, this is absolutely correct. I value politeness, and I abhor rudeness. If you're like me, find another place to live than Roosevelt Square.
Decent unit for a good price
The apartment is a bit older than some of the neighboring complexes nearby, but the cost is considerably cheaper. The leasing office can be hard to get in contact with, but when they are needed, they are usually reliable.
Overall great place
Roosevelt Square is in a great location, super close to the light rail and a nice small park. The apartments are comfortable and floorplans are spacious. Maintenance responds very quickly to issues within an apartment, however, some of the amenities or other parts of the complex are not very well maintained. Although I don't consider the walls to be very thin, the hallway gets extremely noisy and echoes really loudly into the apartments. The units are a little bit outdated so I don't think it's as good a value as some other places. This is also a great place for dogs!
Maintenance is very responsive, our apartment was renovated right before we moved in, it’s walking distance to the downtown campus and it’s a nice area of metro Phoenix. That said, rent has gone up each year we’ve lived here and the front office is hit or miss on responsiveness. They do add a lot of little fees to your base rent and base rent is what’s advertised, so be aware and budget for that.
Reasonable price near a dog park, not particularly modern
I have enjoyed living at Roosevelt Square so far. I moved in before 1L and I’m currently living here through my 2L year. The rent went up a bit when I renewed the lease - it used to be the cheapest place around. Now, it’s still reasonable and the location is great. However, it’s not as modern as some of the other buildings in the downtown area. I would recommend this place to anyone who wants to be close to the law school for a reasonable price and also close to a park for their furry friend. I also don’t have to pay extra for parking in the garage. I am only considering moving for my last year in law school because I would like a nicer kitchen and more storage space. It would be nice to have the entire building enclosed as well - hallways are open to the outside and therefore the building stays warm over the summer.
Good amenities but not super modern
Overall, my experience with Roosevelt Square has been really good. The location is great (close to school and by a park), but it’s not as modern as other buildings. With that being said, it’s nice that there are multiple parking garages that you can park in for free and the pool and gym are both good as well. Also pet friendly!
Nice place to live
The management has been very nice. The building is close to the ASU Law building and several students live here so it's nice to have people to walk to class with. The pool is very nice. Covered parking in the garage is great as it keeps my car from overheating and guarantees me a place to park.
It’s a safe and close knit community, but the rent is more expensive than other apartments and there are a number of hidden fees. For example, you have to pay monthly for valet trash, package delivery, and utility monitoring.
other places in the area seem much nicer for the around the same cost. Keep in mind this property has three buildings - A, B, C. B seems to be much nicer than A. unfamiliar with C.
The museum district itself is an amazing place to live in Houston. It provides a level of safety that many other areas can't. The apartment itself is very spacious with large floor plans but, some of the appliances are a little outdated. The management and maintenance team are very kind and responsive. The location is also a quick drive to University of Houston even during rush hour back roads only take 15 minutes.
I like my apartment because it’s in a central location. I can get downtown to internships and campus in less than 15 minutes without getting on the expressway. I’m close to just about every major highway and minutes from the airport. There’s a Starbucks directly behind my apartment. I have had some noise issues but management has been responsive in helping me resolve them. The unit is generally quiet and friendly.
The Nicest Neighbors on Music Row!
Artisan is fabulous! Management is friendly and attentive, and all of the maintenance guys are great. Everyone on staff will know you by name despite the complex being so large. There is a small gym on the ground floor, and there are 2 common areas on every floor (with two outdoor terraces with firepits on the first floor). The complex is clean, safe, and conveniently located: 15 min walk from VUMC, 10 min walk to Demonbreun Hill, 20 min walk/7 min Uber to Broadway.
New, clean apartments; big rooms, pools, gyms, studying area, free coffee; a very convenient community with several groceries and restaurants around the area. The only concern is the rent is a little bit higher than other apartments, but it's worth.
Great but sometimes noisy
Very nice place to live but the building was not built with sound in mind. You can hear noise from your neighbors next door, below you, and above you. Especially the footsteps of the person living above you.