La Jolla Crossroads

★★★☆☆
32.8717 -117.203
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9085 Judicial Drive

San Diego, CA

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I am currently a college student and I have been living a Crossroads for half a year. Overall Crossroads is a very nice complex. The place was built a couple of years ago, so everything is very new. They have several swimming pools a fairly big gym and nice service.

There are some drawbacks to Crossroads as a college student. The place is family oriented, there are a lot of younger kids who live in the complex. The apartment walls are thin, we have gotten several noise complaints. The complex is far from the bus stop, it's about a 15 minute walk to go to the bus stop, which is very time consuming and inconvenient.

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★★★☆☆

I am currently a college student and I have been living a Crossroads for half a year. Overall Crossroads is a very nice complex. The place was built a couple of years ago, so everything is very new. They have several swimming pools a fairly big gym and nice service.

There are some drawbacks to Crossroads as a college student. The place is family oriented, there are a lot of younger kids who live in the complex. The apartment walls are thin, we have gotten several noise complaints. The complex is far from the bus stop, it's about a 15 minute walk to go to the bus stop, which is very time consuming and inconvenient.

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My friends and I (the four of us) have been living at LJ Crossroads since June 08. On the outside, the apartment complexes are HUGE! And they are expanding too. We live in a 2 BR 2 Bath, but there is a good variety of apartment sizes from 1 BR to 3 BR and mezzanine on some. The higher up floor you live on, the higher rent is.

It is owned by Garden Communities, the same company that runs Costa Verde and several other apartment complexes.

As for utilities, you are responsible for your own cable, water, and electric bills.

Since I live further away from the construction I can't really hear it so it's not too bad. We can hear the planes every hour or so, but everyone near Miramar will tell you that as well.

Management is nice enough. They kind of complain about little things- we're not allowed to hang anything from our balconies, which I thought was a little ridiculous. They no longer allow co-signers, so be aware of that. As college students, it may be more difficult to get a lease. There are several pools, one for children and 2 main pools. There are also tons of barbecue grills and a small seating area.

As of right now the closest bus to UCSD is at UTC which is about a 15 minute walk.

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★★★☆☆

My friends and I (the four of us) have been living at LJ Crossroads since June 08. On the outside, the apartment complexes are HUGE! And they are expanding too. We live in a 2 BR 2 Bath, but there is a good variety of apartment sizes from 1 BR to 3 BR and mezzanine on some. The higher up floor you live on, the higher rent is.

It is owned by Garden Communities, the same company that runs Costa Verde and several other apartment complexes.

As for utilities, you are responsible for your own cable, water, and electric bills.

Since I live further away from the construction I can't really hear it so it's not too bad. We can hear the planes every hour or so, but everyone near Miramar will tell you that as well.

Management is nice enough. They kind of complain about little things- we're not allowed to hang anything from our balconies, which I thought was a little ridiculous. They no longer allow co-signers, so be aware of that. As college students, it may be more difficult to get a lease. There are several pools, one for children and 2 main pools. There are also tons of barbecue grills and a small seating area.

As of right now the closest bus to UCSD is at UTC which is about a 15 minute walk.

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I've lived at La Jolla Crossroads with my roomate for about 6 months, and when our lease comes up we're probably going to pass. The rent's comparable to other "luxury apartments", but it just doesn't justify the premium they charge. Here's a quick review:

The Good:
New construction
Nice Gym
Maitenance requests completed, with occasional issues

The Bad:
Theft, Vandalism, Safety Issues
Extremely noisy (daily construction of new apartment building)
Construction noise before 7am
Unreliable security company
Parking lot sometimes full
Pest issues (rowches*, ants)
*Correct spelling apparently filtered

The good thing about LJ Crossroads is that it's new. The apartments are in good condition, although the walls are a bit thin and don't protect enough against noise. Maintenance gets done, though sometimes we have to call a 2nd time to get it right. The gym's good.

Unfortunatley, that doesn't make up for the problems we've been having on a weekly basis living here. The parking lot is a source of lots of issues..on some weekdays the entire lot is full at night, and cars have been broken into or vandalized. One of our neighbors had their stereo taken. Some of our neighbors are great, but we have a lot of college kids and people without manners. The security company Summit Patrol hasn't managed to stop the breakins, and based on what our previous roommate told us, I don't expect much. They're a business.

The last issues we've had were pests, namely rowches and ants. We keep our place fairly clean, but they get through the walls from behind the kitchen cabinets. The ants happen most often on rainy days.

Lastly, the construction noise can get real heavy. San Diego allows them to make noise starting 7am, but they sometimes start at even 6am. Strangely, they stop construction around 11am-noon..probably because of the heat and sun and prefer to work in the morning when it's cool. We've complained, but they don't care.

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★★☆☆☆

I've lived at La Jolla Crossroads with my roomate for about 6 months, and when our lease comes up we're probably going to pass. The rent's comparable to other "luxury apartments", but it just doesn't justify the premium they charge. Here's a quick review:

The Good:
New construction
Nice Gym
Maitenance requests completed, with occasional issues

The Bad:
Theft, Vandalism, Safety Issues
Extremely noisy (daily construction of new apartment building)
Construction noise before 7am
Unreliable security company
Parking lot sometimes full
Pest issues (rowches*, ants)
*Correct spelling apparently filtered

The good thing about LJ Crossroads is that it's new. The apartments are in good condition, although the walls are a bit thin and don't protect enough against noise. Maintenance gets done, though sometimes we have to call a 2nd time to get it right. The gym's good.

Unfortunatley, that doesn't make up for the problems we've been having on a weekly basis living here. The parking lot is a source of lots of issues..on some weekdays the entire lot is full at night, and cars have been broken into or vandalized. One of our neighbors had their stereo taken. Some of our neighbors are great, but we have a lot of college kids and people without manners. The security company Summit Patrol hasn't managed to stop the breakins, and based on what our previous roommate told us, I don't expect much. They're a business.

The last issues we've had were pests, namely rowches and ants. We keep our place fairly clean, but they get through the walls from behind the kitchen cabinets. The ants happen most often on rainy days.

Lastly, the construction noise can get real heavy. San Diego allows them to make noise starting 7am, but they sometimes start at even 6am. Strangely, they stop construction around 11am-noon..probably because of the heat and sun and prefer to work in the morning when it's cool. We've complained, but they don't care.

Pros: New

Cons: Security, Vandalism, Noise

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