Recent Bozzuto Management reviews
Good space, management problematic
While management has changed over the two years I have lived here, I would not recommend this apartment building because management is disorganized. Pros: shuttle to Pentagon City metro; maintenance team is responsive and kind, office staff are generally helpful, good amount of space for the rent price in the area. Cons: lot parking is NOT guaranteed (when I had evening classes in person, I rarely found a parking spot); management still hasn't given me a copy of my original lease although I asked three times; they didn't keep a set of master keys to my apartment so those had to be remade; they didn't publicize or do much at all to help residents who requested deferrals and other rent relief during the pandemic.
Metro access and shopping in walking distance
I live in Concord Crystal City and I love, love, love it. The morning and afternoon concierge are so welcoming and attentive. The parking is $150 for your first car and $100 for the second, which is included in the rent price. Waste and water is also included in the rent. The apartment has great views, and is close to the airport, 3 minutes close. You are also walking distance from Target and the other Potomac Yard shops. There is also a Chick-Fil-A within walking distance at the Crystal City Shops. Starbucks and Bozzelli's is on the first floor of the apartment building. The fitness center has a sauna, pool, and locker room. There is also a yoga area and a massage room. Great rooftop and a nice garden for family picnics. I have a very spacious 2 bedroom apartment with one bathroom. The metro way is across the street and it drives you to the actual metro or Potomac Yards. Easy access to commute to campus.
Great location, huge space, clean
The building is only a couple years old so its design is modern. Additionally, it’s very safe and well maintained.
Best of the city for those looking for more amenities and quieter neighborhood
1213 Walnut Review
Love my experience at 1213 Walnut!
Nice property, close to Penn hospitals. Expensive
Disappointing for the Price
Management can be unresponsive and there's a quite a bit of noise due to thin walls and the preschool located on the ground level. Not far from campus but otherwise kind of isolated location with no neighborhood feel and not particularly safe. Gym is great and convenient but the amenity fee is not included in rent.
Pretty nice place to live in
Very quiet and clean building. Management is great. appliances in the apartment are very nice too. Only thing is that I think all the "studios" in the building face north-west, so there's limited amount of direct sunlight especially in the winter.
I enjoy living here.
My wife and I renewed an extended lease for our 2BD/2BA 1000sqft apartment this year. We're very happy with our situation overall since we wanted a large space with a balcony for our dog and wanted a place with great views and up-to-date appliances. This complex was built in 2007, situated above the Roosevelt Collection Shops, in which there is a few clothing stores, some gyms, a doctor's offense, a coffee shop, and soon to be 3 restaurants.
Pros: Flexible lease options up to 15 months. Easy-to-use interface for making service requests, paying rent, and interacting with neighbors. Very responsive maintenance staff - issues are usually corrected on the same day in a matter of hours. Package room will send out UPS/FedEx packages and deliver packages directly to your apartment. Rooftop patio area and clubhouse are readily available. Free espresso in the morning. Exclusive resident deals and parties as well as discounted movie tickets. 10min walk to the Roosevelt CTA station and a bus stop for the 12/18 in front of the complex. Gym on the top floor is rarely crowded, has some free weights, treadmills, and ellipticals. There's also a floor space with a screen for recorded yoga and fitness classes.
Cons: $250 per month for parking. Overnight parking for guests is $18. Visitors get only the standard 2 hour parking validation. Rent increase of 10% year-over-year. Very little storage space. Large bathrooms give way to very small bedrooms.
Luxury Living, Almost DC costs
I've lived at Anthem House since moving back to Baltimore for residency. It is a new luxury apartment located in Locust Point with a focus on not only amazing amenities but a lean on fitness culture with their amazing gym and included fitness classes.
The apartment's location convenient in so many ways: 1) it is one block from the famous crab house LP Steamers; 2) it is block away from the McHenry Row Shopping Center/Harris Teeters; and 3) it is a hop off I-95 and thus an easy <10 min commute to UMMC.
The amenities are also amazing ranging from: an infinity pool overlooking the harbor, a 12-hr concierge (and 24 hr front desk coverage), circulating security in the parking garage, A PARKING GARAGE, away from home pet/plant/random house things care, and various tenant events. Also, there are several awesome restaurants on the apartment premise (craft beer bar, Korean fried chicken, fancy Italian, soon to be fast burger joint and day spa...really).
I adore living at Anthem House and all its wonders, but it does come with a price tag. The smaller 1BR apartments start at >1.5k. I have one of the larger 1BR that, if I hadn't caught it on special, would be 2.5k. So keep that in mind. It's DC prices in Baltimore and you can definitely find cheaper rent if you need to.
Navy Yard is a fantastic neighborhood with access to public transportation and new buildings, stores, restaurants, and bars opening All the time.
Park Adams Review
Nice Apartment but comes with heavy price tage
Really nice place. Very responsive staff. Building and fixtures are not brand new but in good condition.