I've lived at AP since it opened and the customer service, maintenance, eradication of irresponsible tenants, etc has been wonderful. The management (Melinda & Mike) have done an amazing job at keeping the AP environment controlled and comfortable. I highly recommend this complex to anyone looking for a peaceful family friendly yet affordable tiny community. One of the biggest perks (in my opinion) of living literally within 5 minutes of Austin, Pflugerville, and Round Rock is accessibility; there are many shopping centers, restaurants, national and international grocery stores, gas stations, entertainment, medical offices & services, health stores, etc within such close distance. If you're like me when I first moved in and are without a vehicle don't worry, take a 10 minute walk to the HEB bus stop or others if you don't mind getting in a little exercise the bus system will run you to a station that gives you access to the rest of busable Austin. For those of you with children, there are many child care services around and we fall in the Pflugerville ISD which is pretty outstanding, there's an academy right up the road near shoreline as well.college There are also some superb parks and trails in our area.For religious or people of a particular faith there's also a nice variety of worship centers in the area ranging from various types of Christian churches, Buddhist temples, mosques, multilingual etc.Great community for college students like myself also.Obviously I've had the opportunity to explore the area over the past almost 3 years and it's been so worthwhile. You can learn about more of the on-site stuff by talking to management, I really don't utilize the amenties (except Starbucks coffee machine) but there are some great features.One last thing to add is that you'll need a good rental history and credit report to get into over here.It's been nice writing an article, hopefully someone found this review to have value.-Wini
Realizing most of these reviews are really old, I decided to give this place a chance. Needless to say, I was more than pleasantly surprised.The second I walked in the store, I was greeted with a "Welcome to Ulta!" even though the cashiers were busy. Two in particular, Stacy (a quiet, tall person), and Emily (shorter, dark hair) were extremely friendly and helped me find a new mascara I absolutely ADORE as well as a few other things (the store still has a tendency to be a little confusing at times, unfortunately, but I know it's not the fault of the people there).The best person there was a quieter girl (unfortunately, I can't remember her name at the moment... I'm sure it'll come back to me later...) who worked as the skin therapist. Emily directed me to her at one point when I asked her a question about skin care products, and I'm honestly so glad I got the chance to talk to this wonderful girl. She smiled and asked me what I was looking for before making recommendations, most of which I was unsure about until she started explaining the benefits and differences of each one. She even asked me about what I am using at home to see if there was anything I should change about my routine.I eventually decided to get the $20 "microzone" she recommended (they're like mini-facials), and have discovered that it was not only more than I expected, but well worth every penny spent and more. I have never felt my skin so soft and smooth before, and in only 20 minutes! I made another appointment with her in just another couple of weeks, and will definitely be keeping it!