This is a really nice apartment complex located in the Deer Valley area. They have lots of different floor plans and the one bedroom is the one I saw. It was spacious and had lots of windows. They have a playground for kids and inside of the complex they actually have an acre park, with walking trails around the complex. The staff were really nice and they have a fitness center and a computer center for residents to use also.
Then head to the mall. These are the people that stop you and ask you if you have a minute. They take you back to a seperate room and show you different products or ask your opinions about things. They pay you some nominal amount of money, but it all helps with gas money. They are nice and not pushy people.
I went to this store to look into phone service. I entered and the three workers just stood there talking together. Finally someone came over to help me and didn't ask me any questions about what I needed the phone for or what kinds of calls I was going to make. The store was neat and clean but I did think the sales person I interacted with cared very much about me or wanted to help me, more like he was just there doing a job.
I went here last week when my husband's co-worker died. They had very tasteful viewing rooms and the funeral director was very kind and caring. The ceremony was short but friends got up and spoke. The funeral home provided the flowers and a digical remembrance with pictures of my husband's coworker. I know they have different types of burial plans here and they seemed really kind.
I went to look at these apartments because they were for lower income families. The staff was very helpful and the manager showed me around the apartments. The one bedroom that I looked at would have been perfect for me except that I did not qualify because of their income requirements. IT has a nice pool (which is always important to me) and has lots of parking for visitors. I felt like they would provide good customer service here.
I went to this location for a physical for a new job. I spent about an hour here but the staff was very nice to me. They took a urine test and then tested my eye site and then I had a quick physical. The doctor asked me if I had any questions and then did the physical. Afterwards he talked to me about tips about loosing weight. I would go back here again if I had an emergency.
The agent that I talked to on the phone sounded nice but didn't offer me alot of info about the property. It is a tax income property which means that you can't make more than a certain amount of money to live there, which makes it very reasonable for low income families. It was just a mediocre complex with a very plain pool. I was not happy with the staff there that I interacted with.
This is a really nice apartment complex that I saw on tv was turning into condo's. It is located in the central area of Phoenix and has many different types of floor plans. It was too expensive for my budget but a place I would die to live at. The amenities were beautful and I could hardly hold myself back from jumping in the pool. Lots of parking for visitors.
This bank is really nice and unlike any bank I've ever been in before. There is a desk when you enter and they then call a teller to come up to you and take you to their desk. The bank is tastefully decorated and everything done with nice wood accents. The teller was helpful to me and told me about the next accounts. They also have refreshments available to customers.
This property is so nice and has a luxury resort feel to it. The apartments are not cheap but well worth it for the area. The one I looked at was a one bedroom with a den and it was exceptionally nice. The fitness center has a tanning bed in it even. They have a DVD library for residents to borrow and also have a computer center for the residents.