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  • 1.TCB Transportation

    9530 Watson Industrial Park

    Saint Louis,MO

    11.26 mi

    BBB Rating: A+

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11/17/2017
By: A T.
Plancorp Inc
Our experience with Brian King was not good. He was condescending and seemed untrustworthy in our opinion.
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10/21/2017
By: Thomas C.
Park Place Apartments
Park Place is NOT FOR HUMANS! Classic SLUM LORD.They will not fix anything they will write fake reports if you want to get stuff fixed.They make you look like a criminal if you need your air conditioning fixed,or water is constantly running they change managers every 6 months maintenance people Quite every week because they are not back up by management.It's like the Twilight Zone here Don't RENT HERE!
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10/16/2017
By: Widow H.
Oakbrook Garden Apartments
Have only had one problem since we moved in. The neighbors. Upstairs the kids go CRAZY stomping and running around all the time, but that is ok. I am totally used to it by now a month later. Across the hallway the neighbors were having a field day about something last night, but that has only been five hours out of the month that I have lived here. Not a bad place to live.
09/28/2017
By: Cherise M.
Carmel Hills Apts
Moved in apartment February 25, since then neighbor below me, cursed me through the floors, played very loud music until 5am nightly. Told landlord about these issues and she made to believe these issues will be resolved. In May she indicated that neighbor below me was going to be evicted due to complaint made and neighbor continue nuisance. June neighbor directly behind me smoking marijuana nightly. Made complaint after complaint about this issue. Landlord said there's nothing she can do but for me to call the police. So, I did frequently, no resolution about marijuana smoke. Then at the end of July neighbor was to be evicted by the 31st. However, neighbor things were still in apartment until the 10th of August. Though, the neighbor that was supposed to be evicted landlord allow neighbor to still come in at night to make loud banging noise all hours of night. Contact landlord about both issues marijuana and continuing noise below me at night. landlord treated me like I was crazy so ignored my complaints made to her up to this date. About three Sundays ago, made complaint about loud noise below me again and marijuana coming through my air vents and landlord text me that same day and said she's breaking the lease and want me off the property in 30 days! All I wanted is a place of quiet enjoyment of my apartment. Because, I don't smoke marijuana and allow neighbor to make loud noise below me I am evicted per text. Neither of these issues are attempted to be resolved so I'm seeking legal assistance about these issues landlord refuse to resolve. I'm on a year lease. It's sad you cannot find a decent, quiet place to live.Update: landlord is illegally evicting me by having neighbors to smoke weed into the ventilation system filling my apartment daily. I DO NOT DO DRUGS. Landlord has been ignoring all my complaints to resolve marijuana constantly smoked into my space. Called the police, officers are limited on handling this issue. It has now escalated to legal action.
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09/27/2017
By: Hieu B.
Better Business Bureau (BBB)
Call him to fix my driveway has crack and never stop by take a look or check it. Concrete done less than a year
08/28/2017
By: semir314
Benedict Estates Apartments
These are the WORST apartment complexes in the area. If I could give them no stars I honestly would. The owners are nothing but arrogant cheap CNA's who won't invest a dime in the property.I don't know why I didn't leave from this place earlier. Mom and me did everything to keep the apartment as spotless as possible after 4 years and they still refused to give the deposit back.Don't let the 5 star comments fool you, those are just the owners uping their crappy property reviews & everything that was said about them is true.I've requested three years ago that I wanted blinds changed and carpets cleaned and I was promised that that would be done & it never happened.The property manager is an ignorant human being that doesn't care to resolve issues but would rather apply the "get out of my office" saying which seems like that's the only thing that is needed to be learned to qualify as a property manager.Getting repairs done is like asking Jesus for a blessing, it'll happen, but later in life on their own terms. There is an emergency number but nobody ever answers it, so good luck with that.The apartment halls are always cluttered with trash (pictures will be provided) and the daily baby diapers smelling up the whole hallway.They don't care about personal property damage on the properties, so if you feel like you worrying about your car being safe is a issue, you might as well find another apartment because they just don't care. I had a drunk driver smash my car (who is my neighbor) and they didn't do anything at all (pictures will be provided alsoSTAY AWAY FROM THESE APARTMENTS AND SAVE YOURSELF THE HEADACHE.
06/04/2017
By: Ashley L.
Colonial Meadows Apts
The leasing office is very unprofessional..&most tenants are very ghetto!!..this is only ok because of cheap rent..other than that stack your money& move
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05/01/2017
By: James W.
Towne House
Very nice complex with gym room, swimming pool and laundry and very nice maintenance staff. Doorman with mailroom concierge service included pet friendly one and two bedrooms
04/25/2017
By: Justin S.
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04/17/2017
By: Linda W.
Accu Rate Insurance
Former owner Joe S. is a very un-professional business owner. And of course the new owner doesn't see a problem with un-paid balances of the previous owner.
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