Bernstein Management Corporation
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Recent Bernstein Management Corporation reviews
Great location to Georgetown & to downtown DC. Expensive but great management company and great amenities. Has a gym, outdoor bbq area for hosting and package services.
Decent Apartment with Responsive Management
Conveniently located near Georgetown and the GUTS Wisconsin shuttle. Management is responsive. Quality vs Rent is not great and apartment units are not noise proof
Close to campus but away from groceries
Very conveniently located from campus. Groceries are only at Wisconsin Avenue, which is a 20 minute walk, so a bit inconvenient.
Responsive management, cozy relaxing and beautiful space. Building is old which has some downsides but consistent renovation help negate that.
Quiet building. Variety of residents. Very responsive maintenance crew. Secure mail room with unique code access. Fantastic location as two blocks from AdMo and next to Kalorama Park. Very family friendly area. Street parking not too bad but can be a challenge from 6-8pm. Great rooftop with complimentary access to grill. No pool. Has covered parking access, but it's very expensive at $175/month. Small gym in basement. Does the job but not amazing. New laundry machines - rarely fully occupied. Bummer for no in unit W/D. Apartment itself is massive nearly 800 sq ft but the kitchen lack counter space and is kind of narrow. Great living area with a dining room. Good water pressure. No central heating, window A/C units available but they work well.
Affordable for area, some quirks
Living at the York is decent. Maintenance is very responsive to problems and there's enough space for someone living alone in a studio.
Things to keep in mind:
-Centralized heating/AC. Cold in the summer, hot in the winter.
-Paint job. For some reason, the apartments have very crappy paint jobs (including painting over kitchen cabinet magnets, the AC unit, etc.) Some paint peels.
-Noisy. When the AC unit goes off for the fall/winter season, it's a lot easier to hear people in the hall or in units above or adjacent to you.
Very reasonable pet-rent price.
Close to campus (.75 mile walk) but far enough away to give healthy separation.
Very close (.3 miles) to DuPont Circle metro.
No on-site parking, but that isn't a problem.
-Extremely Close to Campus = huge plus
-Quiet Area for the most part | great for studying
-The package room is great
-Maintenance is pretty responsive
-Management is not always accommodating (e.g. sublet issues; not willing to negotiate annual rent hikes)
-Smaller gym (not the best workout space)
Love this apt
I love my apartment! All of my utilities are included, and it’s in such a great location. I have restaurants, grocery stores, and coffee shops within walking distance. The only downside is the walk to/from school is a little long, but for the amount of space I get for my rent I really can’t complain!
Third Year of Renting!
Our apartment is incredible. Newly renovated with TONS of natural light with floor-to-ceiling glass. The rooftop pool has a young vibe to it with lots of people that are social and like to have fun. Everyone in this complex is super friendly. One downside is they have had a lot of changes with management so I feel there is a disconnect of communication when things go wrong in the building. They won’t compensate you for things that go wrong in the building that you can’t control. It’s in their lease so be cautious of that! Otherwise, I’ve loved living here. Sunday free breakfast. Saturday’s there is a mini-farmers market right outside. And you can’t beat the location with being so close to the wharf and the Navy Yard area! They’re pet-friendly too and have a dog washing station within.
The West End Condominiums
Overall, I would recommend this condominium complex to my fellow business students because of the location and the flexibility of the landlord which we worked with. The unit is able to be converted into a two-bedroom unit because it is so large, much to large for just one person.
Best value given location, great staff, very homey
Pricey but Close
I lived at Highview Apartments since my first year and I haven't regretted it aside from the rent price. A huge benefit is it's proximity to campus as it's only a 15-20 minute walk. It also has a beautiful rooftop with an amazing view of the whole city. Another plus is that the apartment is located between 2 metro stops (U Street and Columbia Heights) on the Green Line and close to a lot of restaurants and work out studios. There's only street parking around the building but since I did not have a car is wasn't a deal breaker for me. A downside is that the units have small kitchens but it is overall functional and you make it work. The management is very professional and always helpful. With any maintenance issues or concerns that have come up, they are quick to respond and address the issue.
Park Crest Review
Live somewhere else
I have had several issues in the 4 months I've been here. My water is routinely turned off. My gas had been turned off for days. The air conditioning broke in August when it was 90 degrees and took 3 days to get ti fixed. There is construction going on in the building that is loud and makes being in the apartment impossible.
Moreover, the kitchen is tiny. There is no counter space in my kitchen to cook and I have a smaller than average sized stove and refrigerator.
The one good thing about this apartment complex is that it is very close to the law school so I have a short commute.