The Village at Coronado

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Dont stay here!! We ended up with roaches and bed bugs. They sprayed over and over but the roaches kept coming back. They are really hard to get rid of. DO NOT STAY HERE!!! If you want bed bugs and roaches then stay here. We had to

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Dont stay here!! We ended up with roaches and bed bugs. They sprayed over and over but the roaches kept coming back. They are really hard to get rid of. DO NOT STAY HERE!!! If you want bed bugs and roaches then stay here. We had to

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SLUMLORD !!!! Horrible, we moved in here last minute, and they want to charge $650 for a one bedroom that has old windows that blow in cold air, THERE ARE GERMAN COCKROACHES AND BEDBUGS THAT they HAVE HAD FOR YEARS! and they wont get rid

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SLUMLORD !!!! Horrible, we moved in here last minute, and they want to charge $650 for a one bedroom that has old windows that blow in cold air, THERE ARE GERMAN COCKROACHES AND BEDBUGS THAT they HAVE HAD FOR YEARS! and they wont get rid

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my friend and i were interersted at first and asked about bedbug issues and they said they didnt have any....i then looked at some reviews online which said different so Upon physical inspection of the apartment we found it to be

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my friend and i were interersted at first and asked about bedbug issues and they said they didnt have any....i then looked at some reviews online which said different so Upon physical inspection of the apartment we found it to be

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I recently read reviews for The Village at Coronado and i had to put my two cents in.I do not know why there are negative reviews on this place. The apartments are always clean and the office staff is always friendly. I have read reviews about roaches and bed bugs. My husband and I have lived here for two years and have NEVER had an issue with this nor have we heard of this from any of our neighbors. As far as the actual apartment goes, it is a comfortable and nice layout. I love the floors and the kitchen appliances are in great condition. The complex is across the street from a fantastic park that is perfect for summer bbqs and get togethers with friends and family. Not only will I continue renewing my lease here, but I will recommend it to anyone.\n

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I recently read reviews for The Village at Coronado and i had to put my two cents in.I do not know why there are negative reviews on this place. The apartments are always clean and the office staff is always friendly. I have read reviews about roaches and bed bugs. My husband and I have lived here for two years and have NEVER had an issue with this nor have we heard of this from any of our neighbors. As far as the actual apartment goes, it is a comfortable and nice layout. I love the floors and the kitchen appliances are in great condition. The complex is across the street from a fantastic park that is perfect for summer bbqs and get togethers with friends and family. Not only will I continue renewing my lease here, but I will recommend it to anyone.\n

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I have been waiting to write a review for this place for months. Now that we've secured a new apartment and will be moving out shortly, I'm finally giving myself time to sit and write a review to warn EVERYBODY, from the students looking for a new place to families trying to find a place to live: STAY. AWAY.\nThe apartments seem very nice at first. IT was the first time my roommate and I had moved into an apartment and we were very excited. We happened to move in in the beginning of January, when all the creatures in the place were either dead or moving slowly. Come the end of winter... that's when it all started. Bedbugs galore. Bedbugs bedbugs BEDBUGS. I can't STRESS THIS ENOUGH. And not just bedbugs! Roaches too. Roaches and more roaches. But the roaches aren't nearly as invasive as the BEDBUGS. We had to throw away our couch, our beds, and keep all of our things in trash bags in the kitchen. It's been a miserable existence that I wouldn't wish upon my enemies. The best part is you pay for pest control and nobody has ever come to spray for roaches or bedbugs.\nThe parking it about the only thing about the complex that's decent. Aside from that, in our building, across the way an apartment full of people keep a dog. A German Shepherd dog. A German Shepherd dog that they lock on the balcony from 7 in the morning until 5 in the evening. A dog that barks and howls from 7 in the morning until 5 in the evening.\nAnd just the dog? Forget it. Inconsiderate to the core, people live in this apartment with paper thin walls and listen to music with bass so strong it shakes the floor. And not at decent hours; eleven, midnight, three in the morning? It doesn't matter. The place has no security, and has people hanging out in the dumpsters looking for cans and bottles to recycle. The kids that run around are filthy-mouthed and have absolutely no supervision from anybody. And not just children but chihuahuas that bark all day and every day.\nThe windows in this place are only windows in the academic sense; they're square, they're made of glass... But they don't block out anything. Wind? Nothing for these windows. They rattle back and forth and let every bit in. The glass door (we live on the third floor) ices on the inside and cannot be opened. The bathroom sink was backed up the first month we were here and nobody came to fix it in that entire month. We eventually had to clear it out ourselves.\nThe fire alarms go off at insane parts of the night for no reason. Maintenance enters your place without any notice, at any time they please. It makes it insanely hard to feel secure leaving your belongings in your own apartment.\nThey cherry on top of the gigantic cake is these people have the NERVE to raise their rent every month. We went from paying $690 for this trash heap to $695, and now they're raising it even higher. You can get a much, MUCH nicer apartment for even CHEAPER than the $740 these people are asking for the dumpster of an apartment.\nIf you value your bed (God knows I miss mine), your sanity and the money in your pocket, pick ANYWHERE but The Village At Coronado!

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I have been waiting to write a review for this place for months. Now that we've secured a new apartment and will be moving out shortly, I'm finally giving myself time to sit and write a review to warn EVERYBODY, from the students looking for a new place to families trying to find a place to live: STAY. AWAY.\nThe apartments seem very nice at first. IT was the first time my roommate and I had moved into an apartment and we were very excited. We happened to move in in the beginning of January, when all the creatures in the place were either dead or moving slowly. Come the end of winter... that's when it all started. Bedbugs galore. Bedbugs bedbugs BEDBUGS. I can't STRESS THIS ENOUGH. And not just bedbugs! Roaches too. Roaches and more roaches. But the roaches aren't nearly as invasive as the BEDBUGS. We had to throw away our couch, our beds, and keep all of our things in trash bags in the kitchen. It's been a miserable existence that I wouldn't wish upon my enemies. The best part is you pay for pest control and nobody has ever come to spray for roaches or bedbugs.\nThe parking it about the only thing about the complex that's decent. Aside from that, in our building, across the way an apartment full of people keep a dog. A German Shepherd dog. A German Shepherd dog that they lock on the balcony from 7 in the morning until 5 in the evening. A dog that barks and howls from 7 in the morning until 5 in the evening.\nAnd just the dog? Forget it. Inconsiderate to the core, people live in this apartment with paper thin walls and listen to music with bass so strong it shakes the floor. And not at decent hours; eleven, midnight, three in the morning? It doesn't matter. The place has no security, and has people hanging out in the dumpsters looking for cans and bottles to recycle. The kids that run around are filthy-mouthed and have absolutely no supervision from anybody. And not just children but chihuahuas that bark all day and every day.\nThe windows in this place are only windows in the academic sense; they're square, they're made of glass... But they don't block out anything. Wind? Nothing for these windows. They rattle back and forth and let every bit in. The glass door (we live on the third floor) ices on the inside and cannot be opened. The bathroom sink was backed up the first month we were here and nobody came to fix it in that entire month. We eventually had to clear it out ourselves.\nThe fire alarms go off at insane parts of the night for no reason. Maintenance enters your place without any notice, at any time they please. It makes it insanely hard to feel secure leaving your belongings in your own apartment.\nThey cherry on top of the gigantic cake is these people have the NERVE to raise their rent every month. We went from paying $690 for this trash heap to $695, and now they're raising it even higher. You can get a much, MUCH nicer apartment for even CHEAPER than the $740 these people are asking for the dumpster of an apartment.\nIf you value your bed (God knows I miss mine), your sanity and the money in your pocket, pick ANYWHERE but The Village At Coronado!

 

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