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Quiet + New
Apartments are brand new, spacious, and quiet. Super close to Kroger.
Good for med students
Right on bus line downtown. Far from undergrad housing (quiet). Good value, very new. All units have a garage. friendly and helpful onsite management team. Property is kept very clean. Has a pool and fire pit and club house for hosting events. Pets allowed! Great for a couple or family. they also have a service that will pick up trash and recycling right every night from your front step, very convenient.
Nice location still quiet
This apartment complex has a really nice location, just in buckhead, almost in midtown. Just a mile away from Peachtree Street, next to a part of the beltline where you can go outside. Also has a nice tennis court and pool, barbecue, gym, everything you need.
Lots of space, and short walk to the trail.
Alden Park is a great value in an area that has been neglected for years. I chose to live there because it's close to the Wissahickon trail, the Chestnut Hill East regional rail line, and is easy to get to by car.
Historic and Pretty, Poor Management
+ Beautiful building
+ Maintenance team is good
+ Friendly neighbors
- Impossible to pick up packages
- Unprofessional management staff - lacks professional finesse - their aim is off in terms of "improvements" to building.
- Often shuts off water during the day
- Often only 1 elevator works in 13 story building
- Often has to check apartments when you are not home during the day
- Annual rent increases
Amazing Apartment Complex
Fantastic location and quality. Highly recommended. Bryson square offers a safe community with great kitchen spaces, too! The management is responsive to complaints. Drawbacks: far away trash compacter, sometimes slow internet. Overall, an excellent place to live as a student or young professional.
Beautiful space, terrible management
I love my actual apartment. Everything is nice and updated, and we have a ton of space. I share a bathroom, which is kind of annoying, but not too bad. The management here, however, is a nightmare. It takes weeks/months to get maintenance done. They're not super friendly and act like you're bugging them when you pick up packages or follow-up (multiple times) for maintenance. I've found you have to go in and bug them to fix your apartment or it won't get done. Additionally, the only internet they allow here, Broadstar, is terrible. We had to upgrade to the highest speed (the actual speed is not even close to what they advertise), which is outrageously expensive. Broadstar is a joke between Bryson Square residents. Overall, I would recommend living here just because the apartments are so nice and the location is great, but be prepared for the slow maintenance response and terrible internet.
The front leasing office is super helpful and nice. Rent prices are controlled and are under market, and the location is very close to the entrance to a stretch of the BeltLine. Very dog friendly with lots of waste disposal sites for pets; the pool is always great in the summer!
New Management = Unhappy Tenant
Parking is terrible. Unsafe, never a guard on duty in the building as they advertise. Fire alarm goes off in the middle of the night. Building is beautiful, location is great, too bad it's not being run properly. Also, they've stopped putting out actual dog-poop bags. Instead, they put out full-size trash bags in the dispensers.
I lived at Alden Park for 2 years. It was my first apartment in Philadelphia and I felt safe because of the security and the fact that it is a gated community. However, if you leave the complex it is not the safest area but it is extremely convenient to get to Center City. I also loved the amenities especially the swimming pool and parking. The price is a lot for the quality and size of the apartments.
It's nice, but the buildings are historic and the windows are old and leak heavily. This is terrible all year and especially in the winter. Aside from the windows, I do like most of the other amenities and the location. It is between two train stations and close enough to Main St. for an easy Uber ride.
I like it
I have enjoyed living here and just renewed my lease. It's mostly young professionals with a couple older people, maybe a few kids. The amenities are great (pool, hot tub, gym, business center, tennis court). The grounds and public areas are well kept and I always feel safe. I've only heard bad things about Broadstar internet (which is your only option) so I just use my phone's 4g. There's a train nearby but I rarely notice it anymore. Overall I'm very happy living here. My 1 bedroom floorplan feels spacious and there's tons of storage.
beautifully decorated, great location
The rooftop of this place is wonderful, also the front desk and matanence employees are gerat and I actually got to become friends with them. Dog friendly with easy access to outside in the back with doggy bags and everything. Super close to the Chicago theater and everything downtown Chicago has to offer.
Love! Love! Love!
My roommate and I love living at 670 West Wayman. Not only are we in a great location - We also have a beautiful view and beautiful amenities. The staff is also really great and friendly. Whenever things break/etc - Maintenance is always there within 24 hours to fix. So great!
Safe and sound
I love this place! The apartment is like all of the apartments in those apartment homes.. grey carpet, white walls, gated community, etc. I feel very safe, I like that there is a security patrol. The pool isn't the nicest ever and I'm happy that I don't live right next to it because of the noise.