Recent UDR reviews
Friendly and clean community. Easy access to interstate
322 on North Broad Review
Almaden Lake Village
Love the apartment, and most things about it. Maintenance is extremely responsive.
Package delivery is a total mess, management is really hard to get in contact with (I have to call multiple times a day and send multiple emails to multiple people before I get a single response.)
Everything seems fine but rent
The rent is too high for the 2b2b apartment. And the rent was $3499 per month, but just because we can't pay the move-in fee IN-PERSON, they raise my rent to $3799. My initial move-in date was set on 1st Sep, and I am able to pay the move-in fee with VISA or Electric Wire or even the transfer. But the apartment said it must be handle the cashier's check in person, as an international student, it is unrealistic due to we don't have American bank account. So we have to change the move-in date, and the rent raise extra $200 per month. It is an awful experience, but at that time, every apartment is that price so we have to continue rent the apartment unwillingly.
Building Complex Review
The building is nice. Rent just covers the apartment, amenities cost a down payment of $600, but due to covid it has been reduced to $90. The building has study rooms, gym, roof top and pool included in amenities. Things that are extra fees aside from just rent are water, electricity, internet, parking, trash collection, and pets. Obviously utilities like water, electricity, internet, and trash collection need to be paid along with rent so keep that in mind. Other things like pets and parking would have to be requested. Payment is easy as it can be done online via a direct deposit. The building is also very quiet.
The location is good for commuting to school, ~15min walk. The surrounding area has lots of stores, restaurants, pubs, park directly behind the building, and local clubs. There is also a Target going up 14th street and grocery stores going down 14th street. It is very nice, however crime has also been relatively high recently, but I have never had any issues personally.
During Covid-19 they had been providing a free month provided in the form of credit, so that helped lower the cost of living a bit. The area in general is pretty expensive, probably because of all the places nearby and is close to the school making living near campus a pretty expensive.
I have had a few maintenance issues living here, one was pretty bad and unexpected, not the fault of the building, just pipes were backflowing causing a flood in my apartment. I brought it to their attention, I waited about 8 hours and nothing happened. I have to pester the management to get it fixed the same day. That was a bit annoying because it was a rare and extremely bad situation, but in the end everything was fixed. I also had an issue with management while getting a lease on the apartment. Overall, they don't seem reliable to me but the front desk has been pretty good at getting things done when the management team can't. I would recommend being persistent about making sure they get things done. Other than those 2 instances I have not had any issues.
Ashton Austin Review
Great location, large apartment
1200 East West Review
A good spot for virtual med school
Great Building in Heart of Downtown
Have loved the location being in the middle of downtown. The management of the building is very responsive and helpful, and they have great security measures in place (for packages, too).
Good bang for your buck, but a lot of issues with neighbors and subpar building mgmt.
The Whitmore Review
Been here for 4 years
Ashton Austin Review
Good property if you can afford it
Good but expensive
Nice apartment, close to campus, but expensive
Thirty377 is in a great area, active yet secluded. The management team only works like 3 days a week and the apartments aren’t the newest but the square footage and location has made it worth while.
Been great, can’t afford next year though.
21 Chelsea Review
21 Chelsea Review