The Gallery At Noho Commons Apartments

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  • 5416 Fair Ave

    North Hollywood, CA 91601

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  • 818-287-7341

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I lived here for 5 years and am so incredibly glad that nightmare is over. Where to begin? These are just the "highlights." 1. The apartments are tiny. Like ridiculously small. 2. The rent may be comparable to places nearby but don't be fooled, the rent you are agreeing to pay is approximately $600 higher before a "rebate." This means that, whenever they feel the market will bear the original rent amounts (about $2700), they can choose to go back to those rent amounts. So from one year to the next your rent could go up by hundreds of dollars and that would be legal. 3. You think being across from a subway station is a plus? Think again. The LAPD is in that complex every day. Things will get stolen from your car. The subway station is a magnet for criminals and The Gallery is their main target. I am not making that up. The LAPD officers who serve the area told us that. It doesn't help that people easily drive or walk in and out of the complex at will. As for security, the only thing they are concerned about is yelling at people for driving too fast in the parking structures. There is no guard at the entrance and no one has ever been prevented from waltzing right in whenever they want to. 4. Thy installed some jury-rigged speed bumps in the parking garage that will wreck havoc on your tires and suspension. The rest of the time, they are becoming detached form the pavement and becoming road hazards. 5. The electricity bill is not based on your own usage but, supposedly, averaged with your neighbors. The result is ridiculously high bills. My new apartment is more than 200 feet bigger and I am paying less than half in electricity. 6. The complex has low income housing mixed in and there are some real ghetto types around. Like hardcore. Many nights, there were gatherings in the pool area, which is in the center courtyard, with extremely load rap music blaring into the night. And this was on school nights. 7. The staff is extremely friendly when they are asking you to move in but, after that, they are very pit out if you ask them for anything. 8. If you are even a little bit late paying them e for garbage service or water, both of which you have to pay on top of the rent, you will find a 3-day notice to vacate on your door. And that is for small charges. If you are say, a week late paying the rent expect an eviction action being filed in court. 9. When I moved out, they gave me a breakdown of how much I needed to pay. I paid it, even the optional clean up fee. Two months later I got a letter from a collection agency claiming i owed them money. No letter or call from the complex preceding it. The truth is I had over payed and they still haven't reimbursed me the security deposit. My guess is this is standard operating procedure and most people just pay the $100 or so to be done with it. So add fraud to their many sins.

In sum, this is the worst place I have ever lived and I recommend you stay far away. And BTW, their reviews have long been overwhelmingly negative. It is pretty obvious the management has been generating their own reviews to make up for the real ones.

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I lived here for 5 years and am so incredibly glad that nightmare is over. Where to begin? These are just the "highlights." 1. The apartments are tiny. Like ridiculously small. 2. The rent may be comparable to places nearby but don't be fooled, the rent you are agreeing to pay is approximately $600 higher before a "rebate." This means that, whenever they feel the market will bear the original rent amounts (about $2700), they can choose to go back to those rent amounts. So from one year to the next your rent could go up by hundreds of dollars and that would be legal. 3. You think being across from a subway station is a plus? Think again. The LAPD is in that complex every day. Things will get stolen from your car. The subway station is a magnet for criminals and The Gallery is their main target. I am not making that up. The LAPD officers who serve the area told us that. It doesn't help that people easily drive or walk in and out of the complex at will. As for security, the only thing they are concerned about is yelling at people for driving too fast in the parking structures. There is no guard at the entrance and no one has ever been prevented from waltzing right in whenever they want to. 4. Thy installed some jury-rigged speed bumps in the parking garage that will wreck havoc on your tires and suspension. The rest of the time, they are becoming detached form the pavement and becoming road hazards. 5. The electricity bill is not based on your own usage but, supposedly, averaged with your neighbors. The result is ridiculously high bills. My new apartment is more than 200 feet bigger and I am paying less than half in electricity. 6. The complex has low income housing mixed in and there are some real ghetto types around. Like hardcore. Many nights, there were gatherings in the pool area, which is in the center courtyard, with extremely load rap music blaring into the night. And this was on school nights. 7. The staff is extremely friendly when they are asking you to move in but, after that, they are very pit out if you ask them for anything. 8. If you are even a little bit late paying them e for garbage service or water, both of which you have to pay on top of the rent, you will find a 3-day notice to vacate on your door. And that is for small charges. If you are say, a week late paying the rent expect an eviction action being filed in court. 9. When I moved out, they gave me a breakdown of how much I needed to pay. I paid it, even the optional clean up fee. Two months later I got a letter from a collection agency claiming i owed them money. No letter or call from the complex preceding it. The truth is I had over payed and they still haven't reimbursed me the security deposit. My guess is this is standard operating procedure and most people just pay the $100 or so to be done with it. So add fraud to their many sins.

In sum, this is the worst place I have ever lived and I recommend you stay far away. And BTW, their reviews have long been overwhelmingly negative. It is pretty obvious the management has been generating their own reviews to make up for the real ones.

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Very dissapointed with service. I thought I was moving into an upscale community. For the rent I pay that was an easy assumption. You can imagine when I found out they offer low income housing Sec.8 even how angry I was that wasnt disclosed before signing my lease. I basically live in an overprice project. Dont get fooled by the amenities or lack of security dont get suckered like me.

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Very dissapointed with service. I thought I was moving into an upscale community. For the rent I pay that was an easy assumption. You can imagine when I found out they offer low income housing Sec.8 even how angry I was that wasnt disclosed before signing my lease. I basically live in an overprice project. Dont get fooled by the amenities or lack of security dont get suckered like me.

Pros: Looks pleasing to the eye

Cons: Sec.8 allowed ,Overpriced, lack of reliable security

 

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