- Conveniently located next to public transit, school, and retail options.
- Door service is outstanding.
- Management are quick to respond to any complaints.
Recent Windsor Communities reviews
Expensive, full of Amazon employees, not social.
Great Building and Location
Flair Tower has a great location, great amenities and outstanding apartments that are cheaper then comparable options in the area. The staff is always amazing and the building is small enough that you get to know your neighbors and the pool/hot tub is never too packed!
Quiet building with great location and amenities
I love living here!
Pros: Pool, gym, lounge area and business computers - all of which are never crowded. Tenants are older, so quiet, respectful and friendly. I love my unit. The kitchens are spacious with lots of counter space and a wrap around granite counter that serves similar to an island. Bathrooms are new and appliances are also new. Wooden floors and large windows. Parking is readily available for a fee. Pets also allowed for a free, and apartment is very pet friendly.
Cons: Rent is expensive, but in my opinion worth it for the benefits!
Amazing living for those that can afford it. And just the right distance from school so that you aren't on top of other students. I definitely recommend.
Great spot in Denver for great price
I've lived here for a couple years. I've had nothing but great experiences. Excellent location--right off the highway, easy access to I-25 and 225. Amenities are great, with a gym, a pool, a hot tub, and renovated club room, and a courtyard with grills. The staff is super nice. I've looked at apartments all across Denver and Boulder and I've been so impressed with how much you can get for your money here.
It is in very good area, with a lot of restaurants and a pool with a nice view to the city. It is near to night club and park for walk or bike close to the river and New Jersey. Good for transportation and walk to chopper. Farmer's market, not pests, good museum.
Gym included, pool included. Large utility fee ($150 a month) but at least then I don't have to worry about a large bill for blasting my AC during this super hot summer. I love having a large balcony and view of this great city. This apartment has 4 closets, three of which are walk in closets. This definitely helped keep our place neat and organized when living with a partner.
House of Glass
The glass house is like a fortress. I feel super safe here. The doorman/other staff are very nice and will help you with anything you need. There is coffee in the lobby area for when you're heading to work. The elevators can get busy, but that can happen at any highrise. The rent is pretty pricey, especially considering you could find a unit with similar quality for a lower price at another building, but you're paying a little extra for the location and the amenities.
I love this place
I am lucky enough to have a friend who can afford a place like this and make me pay minimum rent. It's amazing and the area around it has so much to offer. Bars, restaurants, quaint shops, you name it. They're going to have to drag me out of here and I'll def be holding on to the curtains when they do.
The Monterey is a fairly well-known building right off 75. It gives you easy access to SMU, Uptown. The inside of the building is super nice, but the outside has become a little ghetto looking. I travel for work so I hate that I miss out on all the fun stuff going on with my neighbors. Its a great atmosphere and everyone is very friendly. Mostly younger people (a lot of SMU students), but some families too. It may look ghetto from the outside, but it's a really safe place to live. There are a few parks nearby so I like to go play tennis on weekends if I'm not at Equinox (which I may cancel because the Monterey gym is pretty nice).
Uptown Living without the noise
The Monterey by Windsor is a clean and stylish property with all of your uptown apartment amenities. The hardwood floors are my favorite feature the apartments. This building has a nice location close to West Village with direct access to Highway 75.
Located within easy walking distance to grocery stores, restaurants and bars. Lots of sunlight, great pool and movie room. Young professional community, but not so young that it feels like a college community. Nice staff and friendly neighbors. Love it
The Glass House was a great apartment complex. The units were clean, spacious and the views are nothing to joke about. I think that was my favorite part of my room was the floor to ceiling windows. The hallways and amenities were always very well maintained and the front desk staff knows you by name.
Close Proximity to Downtown and the Lake
Hanover South Lamar is a great location to be able to walk to nearby restaurants, bars, fitness centers, etc. It also has easy access to Lady Bird Lake, Zilker Park and multiple bike/hike trails. The amenities include a great gym, pool, and grill area.
Location is the main reason I live here
I love the location and my 1BR has nice amenities. And again, the location is almost unbeatable. It outweighs the negatives, but there are negatives. Management is TERRIBLE. Here are a few examples...My elevator has been shut down at least 4-5 times in 1 year, sometimes for weeks at a time. No rush to fix. No $ off rent. We do pay for these amenities, so they should work properly. When they don't, they should be fixed in a timely manner. If they can't be, then we should be compensated for the inconvenience. And when multiple people complain, you shouldn't respond that "The other elevators on the opposite end of the building are working. If you need a map of the complex, we'd be happy to send you one." I'd rather not have to park my car on the other side of the building so that I can use a working elevator. I'd rather not have to lug groceries or suitcases or other belongings up and done the stairs every day. And I'd rather not be treated in such a condescending manner. Another pain point...A fitness studio recently opened up in one of the building's retail spaces. As a result, 10-20 of our visitor parking spots are now designated as "Define Fitness Only" spots. Additionally, the visitor parking that is remaining now has a 2 hour limit. Anything beyond 2 hours must be paid for by our visitors. I feel that this is a little unfair. Management is earning rent from Define Fitness (revenue they did not have prior), whose customers pay nothing to park, and somehow our visitors have to pay? These are just two reasons, but you get the picture. They seem to care very little about their residents.