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By: T-moe S.
Bivens Cove Apartments
Bivens cove is a great place to live . The staff is very friendly and they make you feel right at home.
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By: Tanisha S.
Bivens Cove Apartments
I love the pools and the gym . It's safe area for children and quiet enough for students and workers. I would recommend them to anyone. This is home.
By: Natasha C.
Bivens Cove Apartments
I have loved living here throughout the past few years. The office staff and maintenance are always very helpful.
By: Lester F.
Williamsburg Village Apartments
Love living here, great staff , as a cancer patient it is convenient for me close to Shands Hosiptal
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By: Rachael S.
Lexington Crossing
The staff is extremely friendly and accommodating. The maintenance is always available, but we seldom have problems. Furthermore, the rooms are HUGE. I have so much extra space and with brand new furniture the whole apartment feels very cozy. Overall, I would recommend this to a friend!
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By: Juan andres L.
Lexington Crossing
This apartment complex is a great, affordable, and close option for many students in Gainesville. With many bus routes to move around the city and to campus, and a great office staff, there is nothing I can complain about living here. I would highly recommend to all my friends
By: Karen S.
Bivens Cove Apartments
It has a lovely office staff who are very friendly. Overall this place is a perfect spot for living in Gainesville. Close to everything but still tucked away. Perfect for international families and students.
By: Heather R.
Bivens Cove Apartments
Bivens is a fantastic place! They take care of everything and quickly as well. If there is an issue it is taken care of, just this past storm I was worried but they came out that night and took care of it! Schadre is amazing and Anthony and Sam are nice. Parents don't have to worry here, take it from the Momma of two tenants. Definitely a must live, great deals and the perfect spot as it is close to everything major in Gainesville! The pool is amazing and the backyard is spacious it is just beautiful.
By: Abhaya H.
Bivens Cove Apartments
I have been living at Biven's Cove for 7 months now and absolutely love it here. The apartments are spacious and the staff very friendly and knowledgable. The lawn is very well maintained and the shared facilities for laundry, gym, pools etc are kept clean which is very much appreciated. Plus Biven's Cove is pet friendly! 5 stars!
By: Falecia G.
Bivens Cove Apartments
I have lived her for over 6 months and so far I love how they appreciate their complex. How friendly the staff is with everyone. I loved the features of two pools and the fitness center, they have a tanning room but never tried. I also appreciate that if the residents leave trash around the dumpster they pick it up quickly (unless if its the weekend).
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