I would have to agree with R.J. on the central AC issue. I moved into one of MLC's properties late March when it was still pretty cool outside. If I had toured the apartment during the summer months I would have never moved in. With the A/C running around the clock my apartment still never gets below 80 degrees. I've had maintenance check it out and they just shrug and tell me it's an old building. I've had to supplement the lack of central air with a window unit and several fans. My average electric bill from June to Sept. is around $250/mo. (and that's paying for an average temp. of 79 degrees). I would certainly take that into consideration when looking into an MLC property. Aside from the AC I didn't have too many issues with the unit itself. The area, however, was another issue. This building is on Monroe Dr. and my car has been vandalized twice. While parking is "free" you may find yourself paying for it in the form of insurance deductibles. Within the first two months of living there someone smashed a rock through my window and broke not only my window but my windshield. After that another car in the parking lot was broken into. I managed to scare off a perp. on two more attempts. Last night someone ripped the antenna out of my car (an estimated $200+ repair). While the neighborhood is convenient to several area attractions it's also convenient to many more criminals and borders a particularly shady part of town (I've heard gun shots from my bedroom window and stopped watching as much local news after seeing reports of a triple homicide that took place two blocks away). On another note, I was a little disappointed in management when I gave 60 days notice to move out. I've been on a month to month lease for the past 6 months. Due to a job offer in another city I had to give 60 days. Management was unwilling to work with me to get the unit rented quicker (despite being a good tenant). This has left me in a bind, having to rent temp. housing in my new city while still paying rent in Atlanta. Really disappointed in their attitude. If ever faced with the possibility of renting in atl. again I would not rent with MLC.