Stationside Village

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  • 5215 11th Ave

    Kenosha, WI 53140

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If you value your money and sanity, do yourself a favor and stay far away from these apartments. I've lived in apartment for the vast majority of my 30 years, and I've never encountered anywhere nearly as bad as Stationside Apartments.

First off, the town-homes are designed in the worst way possible. I bought a bedroom set and the hallway leading up to the second floor is so small and poorly designed that the dresser (which was smaller than average size) wouldn't fit through the passageway at the top of the stairs. I had to send the entire bedroom set back to the store. It was the same situation with a sofa I purchased. The delivery men couldn't squeeze it through the passageway and I had to send it back and pay nearly a thousand dollars more to buy a sectional sofa that separated into three parts so they could get it into the living room.

Secondly, the walls and windows have virtually no insulation whatsoever. During the winter, even with the heater running full-blast constantly, it was impossible to keep the place at a comfortable temperature. We had ice form on the inside of our windows constantly. My utility bills during the winter routinely soared above $200 per month.

Third, the people living in the apartments section of Stationside are as ghetto as they come. They are easily the loudest, trashiest, most obnoxious people I've ever had the misfortune to come across. (and I used to work in East St. Louis!!!) They were constantly yelling, playing their terrible music at insane levels, letting their misbehaved kids run wild all over the place, and try to intimidate passers-by. The incessant noise from the bass in their car stereos was a huge problem as well as they had no consideration whatsoever when they would play it and at what volume. I had to call the police several times because their music was so loud it was shaking the entire town-home in the middle of the night.

Fourth, just in case the noise from the ghetto trash across the street wasn't bad enough, the noise from the train station and the Police station next door were horrible. At the end of every shift, the Police Cars would run their sirens as they entered back into the station and it is LOUD. The windows are so bad, and the station is so close that it is easily loud enough to wake someone up from a dead sleep and it happens all day and all night.

Fifth, the units are infested with disgusting silverfish insects. They are literally eating the walls from the inside-out and are everywhere! Not a day went by where I didn't find at least a half-dozen of the vermin in the house somewhere.

To top it all off, when I finally couldn't stand any more and found a better place to live, they tried to charge me a bunch of ridiculous fees and withheld my security deposit.

These are easily the worst apartments in the world. Anyone would be a world-class fool to move into them. The only reason I got suckered into it was because I got transferred to this city through my work and I had no idea which places were good and which were bad. That is why I'm writing this review. Don't get screwed like I did! Stay far, far away from that trash-hole!

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★☆☆☆☆

If you value your money and sanity, do yourself a favor and stay far away from these apartments. I've lived in apartment for the vast majority of my 30 years, and I've never encountered anywhere nearly as bad as Stationside Apartments.

First off, the town-homes are designed in the worst way possible. I bought a bedroom set and the hallway leading up to the second floor is so small and poorly designed that the dresser (which was smaller than average size) wouldn't fit through the passageway at the top of the stairs. I had to send the entire bedroom set back to the store. It was the same situation with a sofa I purchased. The delivery men couldn't squeeze it through the passageway and I had to send it back and pay nearly a thousand dollars more to buy a sectional sofa that separated into three parts so they could get it into the living room.

Secondly, the walls and windows have virtually no insulation whatsoever. During the winter, even with the heater running full-blast constantly, it was impossible to keep the place at a comfortable temperature. We had ice form on the inside of our windows constantly. My utility bills during the winter routinely soared above $200 per month.

Third, the people living in the apartments section of Stationside are as ghetto as they come. They are easily the loudest, trashiest, most obnoxious people I've ever had the misfortune to come across. (and I used to work in East St. Louis!!!) They were constantly yelling, playing their terrible music at insane levels, letting their misbehaved kids run wild all over the place, and try to intimidate passers-by. The incessant noise from the bass in their car stereos was a huge problem as well as they had no consideration whatsoever when they would play it and at what volume. I had to call the police several times because their music was so loud it was shaking the entire town-home in the middle of the night.

Fourth, just in case the noise from the ghetto trash across the street wasn't bad enough, the noise from the train station and the Police station next door were horrible. At the end of every shift, the Police Cars would run their sirens as they entered back into the station and it is LOUD. The windows are so bad, and the station is so close that it is easily loud enough to wake someone up from a dead sleep and it happens all day and all night.

Fifth, the units are infested with disgusting silverfish insects. They are literally eating the walls from the inside-out and are everywhere! Not a day went by where I didn't find at least a half-dozen of the vermin in the house somewhere.

To top it all off, when I finally couldn't stand any more and found a better place to live, they tried to charge me a bunch of ridiculous fees and withheld my security deposit.

These are easily the worst apartments in the world. Anyone would be a world-class fool to move into them. The only reason I got suckered into it was because I got transferred to this city through my work and I had no idea which places were good and which were bad. That is why I'm writing this review. Don't get screwed like I did! Stay far, far away from that trash-hole!

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