John Hancock Life Insurance Co

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  • 200 N Arlington Heights Rd

    Arlington Hts, IL 60004

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  • 847-632-1485

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Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

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The apartments are WAY OVERPRICED and not worth the expense. Rents are at least 400-500 over what they are worth. You get assessed with a yearly $250 amenities fee which is highly unreasonable considering there aren't any great amenities - they throw gatherings that I would assume the amenity goes towards and they are no great shakes, and the workout room is almost always dirty and never updated equipment. Management are border line rude, uncooperative and inflexible to work with the tenants (even if you are a long-term renter - I've spoken to others in the building who have been here for a while and they support this view.) They put on a false front when showing apartments and walk into the office but generally speaking they are not very unaccommodating to tenants. They are very arrogant because they have it in a great location but that is not enough to outweigh everything else.
You can't use the indoor pool-don't let them fool you when they show it on the tour-it is ALWAYS rented out to private classes (mgmt says you can still use it, but you can't.)
The utility bills are really high even when you don't use any heating or cooling. The utility bills are much higher than any other multi-unit building I have been in. I have asked around and they are higher than other peoples buildings as well. And, the utility bills are calculated in a bizarre manner based on number of people in your unit and square footage. When signing the lease, you will be told the utilities are normal even if you ask what they are for an apartment. They are not normal at all but very high - including in the summer or if you are rarely around.
Best thing about this place is the location where everything like train, groceries, theaters. You pay for location, that's it. Everything else is overpriced with a poor return.

I'd suggest looking elsewhere for a place to live - especially as winter approaches and utility prices get REALLY high (not that they aren't high in the summer as well.)

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The apartments are WAY OVERPRICED and not worth the expense. Rents are at least 400-500 over what they are worth. You get assessed with a yearly $250 amenities fee which is highly unreasonable considering there aren't any great amenities - they throw gatherings that I would assume the amenity goes towards and they are no great shakes, and the workout room is almost always dirty and never updated equipment. Management are border line rude, uncooperative and inflexible to work with the tenants (even if you are a long-term renter - I've spoken to others in the building who have been here for a while and they support this view.) They put on a false front when showing apartments and walk into the office but generally speaking they are not very unaccommodating to tenants. They are very arrogant because they have it in a great location but that is not enough to outweigh everything else.
You can't use the indoor pool-don't let them fool you when they show it on the tour-it is ALWAYS rented out to private classes (mgmt says you can still use it, but you can't.)
The utility bills are really high even when you don't use any heating or cooling. The utility bills are much higher than any other multi-unit building I have been in. I have asked around and they are higher than other peoples buildings as well. And, the utility bills are calculated in a bizarre manner based on number of people in your unit and square footage. When signing the lease, you will be told the utilities are normal even if you ask what they are for an apartment. They are not normal at all but very high - including in the summer or if you are rarely around.
Best thing about this place is the location where everything like train, groceries, theaters. You pay for location, that's it. Everything else is overpriced with a poor return.

I'd suggest looking elsewhere for a place to live - especially as winter approaches and utility prices get REALLY high (not that they aren't high in the summer as well.)

Pros: location

Cons: price, management, high utility costs

 

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