The Villages At Meyerland

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  • 8900 Chimney Rock

    Houston, TX 77096

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Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat Closed, Sun Closed
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I have lived in the Villages at Meyerland for several years, even before it fell into the dismal shape it is in now. What you can expect now is an escalating increase of break-ins, narcotics, car burglaries, and an assortment of varies other crimes. Even more disheartening is the lack of management concern for its tenant?s safety in the wake of these criminal activities. I, for instance, was stunned and petrified when I looked through the peephole of my door and clearly saw an unknown Hispanic looking male sitting in my car as he searched it, looking for anything of value. I and several caring young female neighbors plus a helpful male neighbor and his dog pursued the man as he tried to escape through the apartment complex and out of sight. Thankfully, the police caught him. Previously, I complained to management about not informing tenants through postings or flyers about the criminal activities so rampant in this complex. The manager and support staff always say they know about no such reports of car break-ins and doors being kicked in. Several of my neighbors reported that their doors had been kicked in. The management treated my claim that my car was violated as being unimportant since the perpetrator said he mistook my car for someone else?s. How low can anyone make another human being feel? Karen, the manager, didn?t talk to me at all. She could hear from her office how upset I was but she just ignored me. I was given another contact number but my call was never returned. . I feel like management is the dangerous ones. They care nothing about tenant security, only receiving rent payments. Whatever happened to cameras, flyers, posters, security? I have always been a good tenant. I want to live and feel safe. I have to say that I am here living in fear. mwn

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I have lived in the Villages at Meyerland for several years, even before it fell into the dismal shape it is in now. What you can expect now is an escalating increase of break-ins, narcotics, car burglaries, and an assortment of varies other crimes. Even more disheartening is the lack of management concern for its tenant?s safety in the wake of these criminal activities. I, for instance, was stunned and petrified when I looked through the peephole of my door and clearly saw an unknown Hispanic looking male sitting in my car as he searched it, looking for anything of value. I and several caring young female neighbors plus a helpful male neighbor and his dog pursued the man as he tried to escape through the apartment complex and out of sight. Thankfully, the police caught him. Previously, I complained to management about not informing tenants through postings or flyers about the criminal activities so rampant in this complex. The manager and support staff always say they know about no such reports of car break-ins and doors being kicked in. Several of my neighbors reported that their doors had been kicked in. The management treated my claim that my car was violated as being unimportant since the perpetrator said he mistook my car for someone else?s. How low can anyone make another human being feel? Karen, the manager, didn?t talk to me at all. She could hear from her office how upset I was but she just ignored me. I was given another contact number but my call was never returned. . I feel like management is the dangerous ones. They care nothing about tenant security, only receiving rent payments. Whatever happened to cameras, flyers, posters, security? I have always been a good tenant. I want to live and feel safe. I have to say that I am here living in fear. mwn

Pros: pets of all sizes

Cons: not child nor adult safe

 

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