Park Ridge in Fargo, North Dakota with Reviews - YP.com
  • 1.Parkridge Apartments

    200 8th St S

    Fargo,ND

    0.35 mi

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03/28/2017
By: Jacob N.
Windwood Estates
Ironically I live in apartment 303 at 2542, not sure who this other person with the crazy roof collapse story is but it may have happened a very long time ago. I would like to start by saying that this place used to be lovely. After the sixth management switch over in a handful of years it has definitely become a dumpster fire with near unlimited excuses and repairs that have taken up to three years to fix.The newest iteration of management seems to actually give a damn so who knows, but they have raised the rent to absurd levels for what you get. If you enjoy modern day slums, this is the place for you.
09/27/2013
By: fargoforcefan
Willowwood Greens Townhomes
It is one of the newest buildings in the West Acres area, and is easily one of the nicest (considering other apartments in the area). Property owner/manager lives in the building, so they are very accessible and responsive to residents' needs. Free TV (local/basic channels at least). Parking can be scarce at times, but 2-stall garages are included with the apartment. I'd recommend this apartment to anyone looking for a modern/recently constructed apartment that isn't on the outskirts of town.
04/29/2015
By: Ghosh.sumit07@gmail.com G.
Willowwood Greens Townhomes
I stayed in Westwillow wood for the last 3 years. This is one of the best apartment in the westacres area. Very neat and Clean. The Property owners stay in the building and are easily accessible. On a personal note they are very easy to work with. The maintenance of the complex is great. Snow removal is done ASAP. Never got late in the morning due to snow removal. Will recommend this place to everyone.
12/17/2015
By: cheri.kline.37
Fieldstone Village Senior Apartments
I moved in October 1, and couldn't be more pleased. The manager and caretakers go the extra mile to make sure everything is clean and in order, with the bonus of nicely decorated for the holidays! I plan to stay here for a very long time.
12/19/2014
By: Ryan B.
Carlton
This has been a wonderful place to live at. I just recently moved out and I have nothing but good things to say. The staff was attentive.. They are picky on checkouts but they are also fair! Great place to rent from!
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