Valley Apartments

★★☆☆☆

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At first glance, this place looks AMAZING! But don't be fooled by the painted walls, fancy locks and washer/dryer in unit.
First off, the freeway is riduculously loud. There's no wall between the freeway and building, and due to the really old windows, every little sound comes in. Sleeping is not a luxury I enjoy anymore.
Second, the manager, Evan, is a complete idiot! She doesn't know anything about the building, and just gets mad and refuses to talk to you once you call her out on something. For instance, my lease clearly states that management will pay for water, sewer and waste. But the city is still billing me for sewer and waste management. When I brought it up to Evan, she refused to talk to me. I even called her manager. Still waiting for a call back!
I may end up having to take this to small claims court.
Also, we were told the unit was 620 sq. ft. In reality, it's about 450!
Oh and, within a week of moving in, 3 cars were broken into in the gated parking. Because the front door doesn't lock properly and leads into the parking garage (and rest of the building at that). The door STILL doesn't close and it's been over a month.
And, as far as parking. Unless you're driving a mini or a vespa, good luck parking in these ultra compact spots (for which I have to pay $30 more a month).
Bottom line: The extra "luxuries" this building has to offer can be found at the same price across the street for less of a hassle and much more professionalism!

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★★☆☆☆

At first glance, this place looks AMAZING! But don't be fooled by the painted walls, fancy locks and washer/dryer in unit.
First off, the freeway is riduculously loud. There's no wall between the freeway and building, and due to the really old windows, every little sound comes in. Sleeping is not a luxury I enjoy anymore.
Second, the manager, Evan, is a complete idiot! She doesn't know anything about the building, and just gets mad and refuses to talk to you once you call her out on something. For instance, my lease clearly states that management will pay for water, sewer and waste. But the city is still billing me for sewer and waste management. When I brought it up to Evan, she refused to talk to me. I even called her manager. Still waiting for a call back!
I may end up having to take this to small claims court.
Also, we were told the unit was 620 sq. ft. In reality, it's about 450!
Oh and, within a week of moving in, 3 cars were broken into in the gated parking. Because the front door doesn't lock properly and leads into the parking garage (and rest of the building at that). The door STILL doesn't close and it's been over a month.
And, as far as parking. Unless you're driving a mini or a vespa, good luck parking in these ultra compact spots (for which I have to pay $30 more a month).
Bottom line: The extra "luxuries" this building has to offer can be found at the same price across the street for less of a hassle and much more professionalism!

Pros: Washer/Dryer in unit

Cons: EVERYTHING ELSE

 

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