Round Hill Pacific

★★★★☆
  • 1010 Sherman St

    Denver, CO 80203

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  • 303-832-5700

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SORELY DISAPPOINTED: Apparently being a long time tenant of over a decade and having paid on time means nothing. I make an honest mistake when I read a 24 hour notice to "make necessary or agreed repairs or improvements" to mean that

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★★★★★

SORELY DISAPPOINTED: Apparently being a long time tenant of over a decade and having paid on time means nothing. I make an honest mistake when I read a 24 hour notice to "make necessary or agreed repairs or improvements" to mean that

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I've lived here 4 1/2 years, no problems. I am honestly shocked by all the negative reviews (though, a lot of them seem to be from people who haven't actually managed to live here... so... yeah). Management has always been very friendly

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I've lived here 4 1/2 years, no problems. I am honestly shocked by all the negative reviews (though, a lot of them seem to be from people who haven't actually managed to live here... so... yeah). Management has always been very friendly

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I recently moved to Denver from Seattle and was referred to Round Hill Pacific by a friend that lives in The Harcourt Arms. She said nothing but good things about this company in terms of management and maintenance. It's difficult, not to

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I recently moved to Denver from Seattle and was referred to Round Hill Pacific by a friend that lives in The Harcourt Arms. She said nothing but good things about this company in terms of management and maintenance. It's difficult, not to

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When I first went to Round Hill to look at an apartment, they seemed nice enough. More importantly, however, was the apartment. My boyfriend and I fell in love with it from the moment we stepped in. Naturally, we filled out an

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★★★★★

When I first went to Round Hill to look at an apartment, they seemed nice enough. More importantly, however, was the apartment. My boyfriend and I fell in love with it from the moment we stepped in. Naturally, we filled out an

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This apartment company is out to get your application fees! The rental manager is dishonest and is out to get your application fee. He was very quick to take the money and did not even do a thorough check that the application would be

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★★★★★

This apartment company is out to get your application fees! The rental manager is dishonest and is out to get your application fee. He was very quick to take the money and did not even do a thorough check that the application would be

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Don't and I repeat Don't ever live in these apartments if you own a dog. They will evict you and their goal so that they got you between a rock and a hard place. Stephanie in the office has very very rude manners and should be fired.

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★★★★★

Don't and I repeat Don't ever live in these apartments if you own a dog. They will evict you and their goal so that they got you between a rock and a hard place. Stephanie in the office has very very rude manners and should be fired.

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First if I did not own dog I would rent at Round Hill. Anyone that downtown living in any city parking is issue. If issue live outside downtown area or pay for parking.

The bed bug check issue mentioned as complaint is from someone who has probably never had to deal with them.

The management was always resposive to me. It is I think importnat they read and respond to the comments.

But read on Pets. You pay a $300 Pet deposit. They mandate a flea and deorderizing apaprtment when vacate. They do not state where money comes from. When I asked no response so must come from your deposit. No option to do walk through.

You can be evicted if dog uses apartment property to have toilet. From viewing many properties most had no pet facilities. Thisd right can easily be abused by management.

Also if you read back of their map you must if wood floors cover 75% with carpet. Wow, do they come in and measure this!

We have chosen to look else where based on the restrictions on dogs. I should say phasing of the contract they give to potential rentor.

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★★☆☆☆

First if I did not own dog I would rent at Round Hill. Anyone that downtown living in any city parking is issue. If issue live outside downtown area or pay for parking.

The bed bug check issue mentioned as complaint is from someone who has probably never had to deal with them.

The management was always resposive to me. It is I think importnat they read and respond to the comments.

But read on Pets. You pay a $300 Pet deposit. They mandate a flea and deorderizing apaprtment when vacate. They do not state where money comes from. When I asked no response so must come from your deposit. No option to do walk through.

You can be evicted if dog uses apartment property to have toilet. From viewing many properties most had no pet facilities. Thisd right can easily be abused by management.

Also if you read back of their map you must if wood floors cover 75% with carpet. Wow, do they come in and measure this!

We have chosen to look else where based on the restrictions on dogs. I should say phasing of the contract they give to potential rentor.

Pros: Very clean, easy viewing of properties, locations, electric

Cons: Read PET contract especially on dogs, shared utility billing

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They evicted me because my pipes burst.

Ok. I've lived in one of their other properties for 5 years. They make an effort to keep clean, the building is fairly secure, I've never had a problem with the payment-by-phone system.

I don't know what's happened recently. My upstairs neighbor's pipes burst over Thanksgiving and they reused to do anything about it. They told me "It's not an emergency unless the ceiling caves in." I had to leave for a week and that wicked Stephanie at the office refused to refund my rent. Then I was awoken at 4am last week with ANOTHER burst pipe, which they again took a week to fix.

Then my heater broke. Their response was to evict me. After 5 years. It's cheaper for them to flip the apartments than provide customer service.

Other issues:

-awful parking. don't even consider living in Cap Hill with a car. You'll be circling the block for half hour, 45 minutes looking for a spot some nights.
-frequent fights at the bar next door
-lots of drunk drivers in the neighborhood (all parked cars WILL be damaged at some point)
-80 year old, energy inefficient windows
-no bathroom fans
-the laundry room is leased to a 3rd party who refuses to do repairs
-junkies living in the building
-pet friendly=constant barking/dog mess on the property
-"bedbug inspections"
I can't even begin to describe how miserable this place is making me.

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★☆☆☆☆

They evicted me because my pipes burst.

Ok. I've lived in one of their other properties for 5 years. They make an effort to keep clean, the building is fairly secure, I've never had a problem with the payment-by-phone system.

I don't know what's happened recently. My upstairs neighbor's pipes burst over Thanksgiving and they reused to do anything about it. They told me "It's not an emergency unless the ceiling caves in." I had to leave for a week and that wicked Stephanie at the office refused to refund my rent. Then I was awoken at 4am last week with ANOTHER burst pipe, which they again took a week to fix.

Then my heater broke. Their response was to evict me. After 5 years. It's cheaper for them to flip the apartments than provide customer service.

Other issues:

-awful parking. don't even consider living in Cap Hill with a car. You'll be circling the block for half hour, 45 minutes looking for a spot some nights.
-frequent fights at the bar next door
-lots of drunk drivers in the neighborhood (all parked cars WILL be damaged at some point)
-80 year old, energy inefficient windows
-no bathroom fans
-the laundry room is leased to a 3rd party who refuses to do repairs
-junkies living in the building
-pet friendly=constant barking/dog mess on the property
-"bedbug inspections"
I can't even begin to describe how miserable this place is making me.

Pros: cheap, pet friendly, pay by phone

Cons: everything, customer service, eviction threats, parking, flooding, pests, lead paint,

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I hesitate to even give this a ONE star rating. Its been amusing reading the bad reviews above, because I couldn't agree more. It was unfortunate that I chose a garden level unit. Other than large insect (this website won't let me use the word r**ch) INFESTATION, the outside "landscaping" outside my window is a pile of weeds and dead grass. Who CARES if your dog defecates on it?! I live in a unit just 1/2 block north the Capitol building. If you have a car DONT RENT here. There is NO street parking. Oh, and they don't have a place for you to park a bike either.
I had pipes break on me 3 times, ruining most if not all of my clothes, with no offer of compensation. I also had my kitchen sink back up twice and spill all over my carpet. Let me tell you how good THAT smelled. There's a CRAZY lady that parks behind the building, avoid her at ALL costs. She's pure spite and hatred. The bars on the front door have been torn off for at least 3 weeks now, doesn't look like they'll fix it.
Then they want a $300 NONREFUNDABLE deposit for a dog?? Doesn't sound very pet "friendly" to me. I don't think anything in this f****** building is worth $300 combined. I've learned my lesson, I will NEVER rent from a stupid CORPORATE management company again.
Also, Stephanie, one of the leasing agents is very rude. Avoid speaking with her if at all possible.

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★☆☆☆☆

I hesitate to even give this a ONE star rating. Its been amusing reading the bad reviews above, because I couldn't agree more. It was unfortunate that I chose a garden level unit. Other than large insect (this website won't let me use the word r**ch) INFESTATION, the outside "landscaping" outside my window is a pile of weeds and dead grass. Who CARES if your dog defecates on it?! I live in a unit just 1/2 block north the Capitol building. If you have a car DONT RENT here. There is NO street parking. Oh, and they don't have a place for you to park a bike either.
I had pipes break on me 3 times, ruining most if not all of my clothes, with no offer of compensation. I also had my kitchen sink back up twice and spill all over my carpet. Let me tell you how good THAT smelled. There's a CRAZY lady that parks behind the building, avoid her at ALL costs. She's pure spite and hatred. The bars on the front door have been torn off for at least 3 weeks now, doesn't look like they'll fix it.
Then they want a $300 NONREFUNDABLE deposit for a dog?? Doesn't sound very pet "friendly" to me. I don't think anything in this f****** building is worth $300 combined. I've learned my lesson, I will NEVER rent from a stupid CORPORATE management company again.
Also, Stephanie, one of the leasing agents is very rude. Avoid speaking with her if at all possible.

Pros: NOTHING

Cons: EVERYTHING

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This is a great place to live. Management is very caring and friendly. Other residents in the building are very friendly. Close to City Park - across the road - Great place to live! We love it here! We would recommend RHP to our friends.

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★★★★★

This is a great place to live. Management is very caring and friendly. Other residents in the building are very friendly. Close to City Park - across the road - Great place to live! We love it here! We would recommend RHP to our friends.

Pros: Hardwood floors, roomy apts

Cons: small bathroom - to be expected in some vintage apts.

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I personally love it! Yeah it gets a little hot, but even if you just leave a box fan running, not even in the window, just towards the window, all day and night, it stays pretty cool. It is very very pet friendly, everyone on my floor has a dog pretty much and some weekends all the neighbors will hang out outside and let the dogs play. Great community! The staff if really nice and supportive, I call about something and they are on top of it right away. Everyone in the building I live in is younger like me, so it works for me quite well, we are respectful of each other, and the noise isn't too bad unless people are leaving the bars at two in the morning drunk off their asses. It is right in the middle of Capitol Hill, not far from anything you need. You are in walking distance of all the most popular clubs and bars, the capitol, downtown, and restaurants. All in all, I give it five stars. Haven't been here for too long, but plan to stay with RHP for a very long time. ^_^

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★★★★★

I personally love it! Yeah it gets a little hot, but even if you just leave a box fan running, not even in the window, just towards the window, all day and night, it stays pretty cool. It is very very pet friendly, everyone on my floor has a dog pretty much and some weekends all the neighbors will hang out outside and let the dogs play. Great community! The staff if really nice and supportive, I call about something and they are on top of it right away. Everyone in the building I live in is younger like me, so it works for me quite well, we are respectful of each other, and the noise isn't too bad unless people are leaving the bars at two in the morning drunk off their asses. It is right in the middle of Capitol Hill, not far from anything you need. You are in walking distance of all the most popular clubs and bars, the capitol, downtown, and restaurants. All in all, I give it five stars. Haven't been here for too long, but plan to stay with RHP for a very long time. ^_^

Pros: Capitol Hill, Hardwood Floors, Pet Friendly, Awesome Management

Cons: Parking, Utilities not included. But if you shut off lights when you leave, not bad.

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I lived in Poets Row for a year, and had previously lived in Captiol Hill (in other apartments) for three years. While my wife and I loved the vintage feel of the building, we couldn't stand how thin the walls were. We had noise coming from all directions, from above, across the hall, next door, it was extremely irritating. The main reason was the thin walls (which we thought was odd being that most older buildings are pretty thick-walled), the other reason: lousy neighbors. Unfortunately, the leasing office has low standards, and cheap rent. Also, I agree with the other posts about the parking situation. Sure, we all know it's 'city living' down here, but the waiting list is a joke. They told us it would be about 3 months waiting for a spot. We never received a call, nothing. Of course we then asked them about it, only to have the people in the office look at us dumbfounded. Overall, one year in this place was enough. For better or worse, we made the best of it. Now we live in an extremely quiet suburbam community...much better in my opinion. Besides, unless you work downtown, it's not that special anyway.

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★★★☆☆

I lived in Poets Row for a year, and had previously lived in Captiol Hill (in other apartments) for three years. While my wife and I loved the vintage feel of the building, we couldn't stand how thin the walls were. We had noise coming from all directions, from above, across the hall, next door, it was extremely irritating. The main reason was the thin walls (which we thought was odd being that most older buildings are pretty thick-walled), the other reason: lousy neighbors. Unfortunately, the leasing office has low standards, and cheap rent. Also, I agree with the other posts about the parking situation. Sure, we all know it's 'city living' down here, but the waiting list is a joke. They told us it would be about 3 months waiting for a spot. We never received a call, nothing. Of course we then asked them about it, only to have the people in the office look at us dumbfounded. Overall, one year in this place was enough. For better or worse, we made the best of it. Now we live in an extremely quiet suburbam community...much better in my opinion. Besides, unless you work downtown, it's not that special anyway.

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The review entitled "Vintage Urban Living" is written by someone from within the company and is essentially just advertisement for the leasing agency. I personally find this to be really wrong. To me this is akin to hiring people to write positive reviews for your restaurant/store, etc. I was considering using Round Hill and was researching reviews but this disgusts me.

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The review entitled "Vintage Urban Living" is written by someone from within the company and is essentially just advertisement for the leasing agency. I personally find this to be really wrong. To me this is akin to hiring people to write positive reviews for your restaurant/store, etc. I was considering using Round Hill and was researching reviews but this disgusts me.

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The person who wrote this review must be new to the Capital Hill area and RHP must have been their first apartment...

I've lived in Denver all my life and the Capital Hill area for 6 years now, in that time I've lived in 4 different buildings as well as been in several others to visit friends. Not one of them had air conditioning and they were all different leasing companies; most of the buildings in this particular area are all vintage buildings meaning they are not equipped for cooling. Most people just know that summers in Denver are hot, have gotten increasingly worse, and if you want to survive it comfortably a window unit is a good idea. I garauntee you, it is VERY rare to find a building on the hill with standard air conditioning.

As for parking, being that I currently live in The Poets Row area, it is considered the worst place possible to park in all of Capital Hill but it's part of the territory. Typically due to the layout of Capital Hill if you own a car you'll have to deal with street parking. It's usually not that hard to find a spot, you just have to know how to parallel. Every place I've ever lived I usually found a spot ok after some brief searching. Poets Row is extremely annoying, if your lucky you find a spot, but usually you'll spend about 10-15 minutes searching and will end up parking 4 blocks from home. Again though, this is indicative of the area, not RHP or the leasing company. It just comes with city living.

My lease at my current place is ending end of next month and I personally am actually looking strongly into a building owned by RHP and would greatly enjoy if I got it. I have a few friends who currently rent from them and have for years, they also both own pets, cats and dogs, and have nothing but good things to say about this leasing company, they come highly recommended to me. I would expect my leasing company not to ask my pet to use the grounds as a bathroom, lest I complain about how they looked after time.

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★★★★☆

The person who wrote this review must be new to the Capital Hill area and RHP must have been their first apartment...

I've lived in Denver all my life and the Capital Hill area for 6 years now, in that time I've lived in 4 different buildings as well as been in several others to visit friends. Not one of them had air conditioning and they were all different leasing companies; most of the buildings in this particular area are all vintage buildings meaning they are not equipped for cooling. Most people just know that summers in Denver are hot, have gotten increasingly worse, and if you want to survive it comfortably a window unit is a good idea. I garauntee you, it is VERY rare to find a building on the hill with standard air conditioning.

As for parking, being that I currently live in The Poets Row area, it is considered the worst place possible to park in all of Capital Hill but it's part of the territory. Typically due to the layout of Capital Hill if you own a car you'll have to deal with street parking. It's usually not that hard to find a spot, you just have to know how to parallel. Every place I've ever lived I usually found a spot ok after some brief searching. Poets Row is extremely annoying, if your lucky you find a spot, but usually you'll spend about 10-15 minutes searching and will end up parking 4 blocks from home. Again though, this is indicative of the area, not RHP or the leasing company. It just comes with city living.

My lease at my current place is ending end of next month and I personally am actually looking strongly into a building owned by RHP and would greatly enjoy if I got it. I have a few friends who currently rent from them and have for years, they also both own pets, cats and dogs, and have nothing but good things to say about this leasing company, they come highly recommended to me. I would expect my leasing company not to ask my pet to use the grounds as a bathroom, lest I complain about how they looked after time.

Pros: Nice buildings, well maintained, friendly staff, pet friendly

Cons: Utilities not included in lease price

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As the Property Administrator for Round Hill Pacific, I feel the need to respond to this review:

1.We have a number of buildings in Capitol Hill and Congress Park, some of which have swamp coolers. The reviewer chose a building without any cooling, and yes, it is hot in Denver in the summertime. Many of our residents choose to install window AC units.
2.We have limited off-street parking available for a reasonable price at some of our locations. These are vintage Capitol Hill buildings that were not built with parking. At the particular location mentioned by the reviewer, we only have 1 parking space behind the building, but we have almost 30 more spaces at adjacent buildings on this same block. And yes, we do have a waiting list as parking spaces are in high demand in Capitol Hill.
3.Unlike many apartment owners, we allow well-behaved pets at all of our locations. We require all pet owners to sign a pet agreement before move-in, and we charge pets fees of $300 per dog, $150 per cat and other animals by negotiation. And yes, dog urine does destroy grass and shrubs. We spend a lot of time and money on landscaping our properties, and we want them to look nice for all of our residents. Thats why our pet agreement states pets are not allowed on the landscaping. Our goal is not to evict pets, as our company is pet-friendly, but we demand pet owners be responsible and respectful, and adhere to the pet agreement they sign.
4.We provide 24-hour maintenance with a very qualified staff. Our lease specifically states we are not responsible for lost keys or lockouts. This is always addressed at lease signings. We will be happy to accommodate residents in this situation during business hours, but not after hours. We will respond immediately for broken locks or all other emergency situations, 24 hours a day.

If you are looking for reasonable, well-maintained urban living, please visit us at 1010 Sherman St. for a self-guided tour. 303-832-5700.

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★★★★★

As the Property Administrator for Round Hill Pacific, I feel the need to respond to this review:

1.We have a number of buildings in Capitol Hill and Congress Park, some of which have swamp coolers. The reviewer chose a building without any cooling, and yes, it is hot in Denver in the summertime. Many of our residents choose to install window AC units.
2.We have limited off-street parking available for a reasonable price at some of our locations. These are vintage Capitol Hill buildings that were not built with parking. At the particular location mentioned by the reviewer, we only have 1 parking space behind the building, but we have almost 30 more spaces at adjacent buildings on this same block. And yes, we do have a waiting list as parking spaces are in high demand in Capitol Hill.
3.Unlike many apartment owners, we allow well-behaved pets at all of our locations. We require all pet owners to sign a pet agreement before move-in, and we charge pets fees of $300 per dog, $150 per cat and other animals by negotiation. And yes, dog urine does destroy grass and shrubs. We spend a lot of time and money on landscaping our properties, and we want them to look nice for all of our residents. Thats why our pet agreement states pets are not allowed on the landscaping. Our goal is not to evict pets, as our company is pet-friendly, but we demand pet owners be responsible and respectful, and adhere to the pet agreement they sign.
4.We provide 24-hour maintenance with a very qualified staff. Our lease specifically states we are not responsible for lost keys or lockouts. This is always addressed at lease signings. We will be happy to accommodate residents in this situation during business hours, but not after hours. We will respond immediately for broken locks or all other emergency situations, 24 hours a day.

If you are looking for reasonable, well-maintained urban living, please visit us at 1010 Sherman St. for a self-guided tour. 303-832-5700.

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I love the location I'm living in...Capitol Hill, but not at this expense. A when you rent here, they say they have swamp coolers, and to people who aren't from Colorado and don't know what a swamp cooler is, well we just nod our heads...but not all of there places do...and its hot. There is no parking, none. You have to get on a waiting list. This is my biggest pet peave though. The Denver Dumb Friends League referred me to these guys because they are so "pet friendly." Well they do let you have them, but if your dog that you pay a ridiculous amount of money to have in the apartment uses the yard to urinate in or deficate in, they give you a lease vilolation and can evict you. And they refuse to do anything to help you out. Not horrible, but they own like my enitire block, which means I have to walk miles to be somewhere that they do not own so my dogs can relieve themselves. Why do I have to take my dogs to someone else's yard when I pay for them to live here? They say because dog urine kills grass...Denver kills grass, bermuda and St. augistine grass doesn't belong here therefore doesnt grow. Its the equivelent to telling the tenants that they dont feel like maintaining the septic tank so we need to go down the street and find a public restroom to use.
Next of all...my purse got stolen and my keys were in it, this happened on a saturday morning..I call the maintenance emergency line and they tell me to hire a locksmith. 190 bucks later im in my apartment but i cant leave cause i have no key to get in and out the building. any other apartment building has a 24 hour duty maintenance person to cut a key for you. the rent is cheap here, but you get what you pay for, i would rather get kicked in the face with a golf cleat that renew my lease here.

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★☆☆☆☆

I love the location I'm living in...Capitol Hill, but not at this expense. A when you rent here, they say they have swamp coolers, and to people who aren't from Colorado and don't know what a swamp cooler is, well we just nod our heads...but not all of there places do...and its hot. There is no parking, none. You have to get on a waiting list. This is my biggest pet peave though. The Denver Dumb Friends League referred me to these guys because they are so "pet friendly." Well they do let you have them, but if your dog that you pay a ridiculous amount of money to have in the apartment uses the yard to urinate in or deficate in, they give you a lease vilolation and can evict you. And they refuse to do anything to help you out. Not horrible, but they own like my enitire block, which means I have to walk miles to be somewhere that they do not own so my dogs can relieve themselves. Why do I have to take my dogs to someone else's yard when I pay for them to live here? They say because dog urine kills grass...Denver kills grass, bermuda and St. augistine grass doesn't belong here therefore doesnt grow. Its the equivelent to telling the tenants that they dont feel like maintaining the septic tank so we need to go down the street and find a public restroom to use.
Next of all...my purse got stolen and my keys were in it, this happened on a saturday morning..I call the maintenance emergency line and they tell me to hire a locksmith. 190 bucks later im in my apartment but i cant leave cause i have no key to get in and out the building. any other apartment building has a 24 hour duty maintenance person to cut a key for you. the rent is cheap here, but you get what you pay for, i would rather get kicked in the face with a golf cleat that renew my lease here.

Pros: Capitol Hill, hardwood floors

Cons: Landlord is rude, no parking, no a/c

 

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