Panorama At Arvada Ridge

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  • 5654 Kipling Pkwy

    Arvada, CO 80002

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Considering that this complex is only a little over 5 years old, the developer obviously was more driven by money then accommodations. Few major problems are #1 Parking. There are not enough spaces per units. If you want an assigned parking space, 1) you have to pay for it (and not just garages) 2) oops, you can't get one because all of them are already taken. So you end up driving around the whole complex in search of space and you can't find one, so you will try to find a handicapped space and those already taken to by those who were looking for a free space as well, then you look somewhere on the sidewalks and those are all taken. so good luck. And #2 Thin Floors. I would have thought the floors would have some sort of sound barrier, but no. They are thinner than the floors in a house. You will hear your neighbors upstairs. And after a few months there, my husband & I decided to break our lease and rent somewhere else. These are the terms you have to meet in order to break your lease: 1) $75 fee to just break the lease 2) the "concessions" you were getting for each month you resided there have to be payed back. This means if they gave you a 1/2 month or a 1 months free of rent, that amount has to be payed back. And the "discount" you were receiving between what the market value of your unit is and what you were paying have to be payed back for each month you resided there. 3) However long it takes them to find another tenant for your unit, you have to pay for that whole time it was vacant. So, we lived in our unit for 3 months, paying $880 for 1 bendroom, 1 bath. We got $510 in credit for our 1/2 months free rent because $1020.00 is the market value, so the concession is the difference of $161/month. We were getting $161 a month in concession/discount x 3 = $483 (for the 3 months). Plus, thankfully, there were only 17 days we had to pay for after we moved out until the next tenant moved in which was $544. So in total we ended up paying $1,019.00 just to move out of there. And when your looking at the whole picture, there were more pros in doing this. So, keep all this in mind when you are looking at your place. You can find better for your money.

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Considering that this complex is only a little over 5 years old, the developer obviously was more driven by money then accommodations. Few major problems are #1 Parking. There are not enough spaces per units. If you want an assigned parking space, 1) you have to pay for it (and not just garages) 2) oops, you can't get one because all of them are already taken. So you end up driving around the whole complex in search of space and you can't find one, so you will try to find a handicapped space and those already taken to by those who were looking for a free space as well, then you look somewhere on the sidewalks and those are all taken. so good luck. And #2 Thin Floors. I would have thought the floors would have some sort of sound barrier, but no. They are thinner than the floors in a house. You will hear your neighbors upstairs. And after a few months there, my husband & I decided to break our lease and rent somewhere else. These are the terms you have to meet in order to break your lease: 1) $75 fee to just break the lease 2) the "concessions" you were getting for each month you resided there have to be payed back. This means if they gave you a 1/2 month or a 1 months free of rent, that amount has to be payed back. And the "discount" you were receiving between what the market value of your unit is and what you were paying have to be payed back for each month you resided there. 3) However long it takes them to find another tenant for your unit, you have to pay for that whole time it was vacant. So, we lived in our unit for 3 months, paying $880 for 1 bendroom, 1 bath. We got $510 in credit for our 1/2 months free rent because $1020.00 is the market value, so the concession is the difference of $161/month. We were getting $161 a month in concession/discount x 3 = $483 (for the 3 months). Plus, thankfully, there were only 17 days we had to pay for after we moved out until the next tenant moved in which was $544. So in total we ended up paying $1,019.00 just to move out of there. And when your looking at the whole picture, there were more pros in doing this. So, keep all this in mind when you are looking at your place. You can find better for your money.

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Business Response:

I am sorry for the delay in responding to this review from 2010. I have recently discovered it. I apologize that you were unhappy with your home. We work hard to offer a great place to live and we are sorry that we haven‚??t met your expectations and that you have decided to move elsewhere. Regarding parking ‚?? We have made several changes since 2010. Parking has been an on-going issue at our community since we purchased the property about three years ago. It is something that we walked into, and we have done many things to try and alleviate the problem as much as possible over the last three years such as converting some garages to more affordable, covered parking spaces, and limiting reserved parking in certain areas. The Church across the street has been kind enough to allow our residents to use their parking lot, if needed, after hours. We have garages, covered parking, and reserved parking spaces available for rent for very reasonable prices. I am sorry that you felt the need to break your lease contract. Our employees address the fees associated with breaking your contract, before you move in. We have you sign in several places on your contract, where it addresses the penalties to try and avoid this from happening. Based on your review, it sounds like our leasing staff was able to promptly re-rent your apartment, which helped in reducing those fees greatly. If you would like to give us another chance, or if you have any further suggestions or comments, please feel free to contact me directly off line, at: panoramamgr@qwestoffice.net I wish you luck and happiness in your new home and thank you again for the feedback. Sincerely, Shanna Olivarez, Property Manager
 

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