When i first moved there someone got killed in front of my apartment, i moved there thinking it was a safe environment. Then almost two years later they up and put me out of my apartment, even tho i payed my rent and never had any problems as far as any disrespect to my home.They never opened the pool.While being placed under new management, so called turning into low income apartments. I was left with finding myself homeless because we over qualified for the apartment. They broke my lease i was forced to move in march wen my lease wasnt up till august.But only to have drug dealers move in next to me selling dope,i guess they were more qualified. I have kids,it wasnt easy to jus up and find a place out the blue.I do not recommend any one to move here i had a very bad experience,terrible!!! Thank God i had someone to take me and my children in last minute, until i can find another stable home for us all,smh
I moved in to 750 Adams Place in May of this year. I since I have lived in Hell, I have been without AC for 3 weeks because the managers did not seem to understand how central air was supposed to work, I have had a leak in my bathtub that eroded the cheap covering, I have routinely not be given utility bills, I have been condescended to (by the same individual who didn't comprehend central air), I've had a leak in the exterior wall that allowed in copious amounts of rain water, I've had a leak in my ceiling that allowed in liquid from someone else's broken AC, I've had a repair crew leave my bathroom a DISASTER with a giant hole in my wall that put my cat in danger because it was to the pipes throughout the building (I received an official apology from MRG from this and have not seen the manager responsible for this since). This is by far a comprehensive list of grievances and incompetencies from 750 apartment managers, but I feel like it gets the point across. This is a terrible place to live and I strongly recommend against it with everything I have. I am counting down the days until I can move out of Hell.
No resident should feel like office staff are not taking their concerns/problems in their apartment seriously. The property manager is unfriendly and very cold towards the concerns that I brought to her attention. If anything, she seems more annoyed and bothered to have to deal with the issue. I've only been here for about 60 days and I've experienced excessive bugs, mice in my bathroom, loud noises from a broken generator outside of my bedroom, and terrible parking. These are the types of things that you want to know prior to signing a lease anywhere, especially if you are paying $1,000 for an out of date one bedroom apartment. If I would have known that these were the types of issues that I would have to deal with moving over here, I would have stayed in the Germantown area where I did not have to experience none of the above and saved my money. I regret signing my lease with Estates at River Pointe and I hope anyone considering this place do their research prior to making a decision to live here. This is one complex on Mud Island that makes the experience of living on a "beautiful island" not worth it.
08/25/2016The Village of Sycamore Ridge
I tried several times to reach someone at the office, including today, 08/25/2016, when I stopped by at 3:40 pm. The office, as usual, was shut tight. Looked like it had been closed all day. I work, so I've tried calling & only get an answering message that curiously says their office is open till 5pm Mon thru Fri (& conveniently closed on Saturday!). In my opinion, a complex whose office is consistently closed & whose staff is not available by phone is NOT a place I would ever consider or recommend to ANYONE!