Borger Management, Inc.
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What could be better
- Management's response time can be a little slow
Recent Borger Management, Inc. reviews
Good for the Price, But Not the Best
Apartment was nice when I first moved in, but the property has declined over the years. I had a few mice in my apartment in the past (currently no mice). Residents throw trash and other garbage in the parking lot and in the grass. Residents do not clean up after their pets. Property is safe with no car break-ins. Property is also gated.
Great apartment and neighborhood
Great apartment building and great neighborhood. Somewhat expensive, but proximity to school, parks, restaurants, and metro are excellent. The building has a nice rooftop and most units have recently updated kitchens; building is well-maintained.
Overall solid place to live, can walk home if I want to. Unfortunately there are some bug issues with spiders and roaches and rats. I haven’t had issues in my room but others have that issue. Otherwise it has been a good place to live and isn’t super expensive.
Good apartment for location and price
Good apartment for the location and price. Management is great and very on top of maintenance. Only issue is it is not a non-smoking building so sometimes the hallways smell like smoke.
PROS: (1) Extremely affordable; (2) Rent controlled; (3) Quiet once inside your unit.
CONS: (1) No lobby attendant to secure packages over the weekend - they are left in the lobby; (2) You cannot pick up packages over the weekend (they are kept in a locked office) or after 4PM; (3) No security guard in evenings - a person sits in the lobby but that's it; and (4) Area is considered high crime.
I love Bristol house! The staff is super friendly and the building is very dog friendly. Apartments are clean and if you ever have a maintenance issue they are super quick to respond. Plus the apartments have windows that give lots of natural light
This apartment has plenty of space for a great price point in the foggy bottom area. Although, this means that it is pretty bare bones when it comes to amenities—there aren’t any. Utilities are included in rent, but you’ll have to pay for laundry that is located in the basement. The AC in the summers doesn’t quite keep up since the units are pretty old so I’ve needed to use a plug in fan. Heat during the winters is good. Dogs are allowed with a monthly pet rent charge—no cats though. Parking is an additional monthly charge and is limited based on availability. The other tenants in the building seem nice and respectful. The surrounding area is nice. Quick walk to GW campus, Georgetown, Trader Joe’s, and the mall. Only thing that would make it better are more walkable grocery options. Worst part of the building is the management. It’s a family owned building and they can be difficult to deal with at times depending on the situation.
Great place to live - only affordable for a medical student if sharing a 1 bedroom between 2 people. Easy walk to the hospital, safe location, incredible food options near by. Always someone at the front desk and parking if you need it. Have loved living here, will be sad to leave!
Decent for Price
The management staff is very helpful and there is staff at the front desk 24/7. The hallways can smell a little weird and I have heard mice in the ceiling, but have not had any problems within the apartment itself. Overall it's a decent price for the amount of square footage in the apartment. There's no dishwasher though and laundry is in the basement.
Spacious, but at a cost
I have lived here for two years now. My studio is over 500 square feet and the rent is very cheap. That said, the management is not responsive, there are sometimes pest issues, and it can be loud at times. It's a great value for such a large space and the location on 14th Street -- but I don't intend on living here after I graduate.
Miramar Apartments Review
So far, so good!
I've been living here since August 2021 and it has been the perfect space as a GW grad student. The studio is small but has lots of natural light and the kitchen has great counter space. The heating/AC unit is so nice. I love not needing a window-unit AC! The building is clean and the Super is friendly and helpful.
The apartment is within walking distance to GW's campus but is also far enough away that you feel like you're in a separate neighborhood. I've felt very safe in the neighborhood. The Foggy Bottom stop on the Metro is less than 10 minutes away and there is a Trader Joe's around the corner. Georgetown is literally steps away. West End is very quiet, so if you're looking for a party, you won't find it here.
I haven't had too many interactions with management since moving in. They were extremely slow to approve my application and send my lease which was concerning but ultimately I'm really happy with the building.
This isn't a brand new building that has a fancy pool or gym. But it is way more affordable than other buildings in the area. If you are just in need of a nice place to live, I would recommend the Shoremeade.
Spacious and Comfortable
This apartment has a great location (right off of DuPont Circle) within 20 minutes of the school and across the street from the red line. Our apartment is spacious with updated appliances. The amenities in the building are nice, but not great.
Bristol House Review
Great building and management!