I have lived at stone lake lodge since March 9th of this year. I initially moved in with my husband from Chicago, and wewe were looking for a nice, two bed/one bath with affordable rent and in a good neighborhood.. We lived previously in uptown Chicago, and other than his job transfer, the crime is why we left.. We knew nothing about Indy when we moved here, and i must say.... I am pleased with our apartment choice! I have since given birth to or first son, and i believe fully that stone lake I'd a wonderful place to raise my boy ! The woman who runs the place is strict as can be, and the has been ZERO shootings, stabbings, rapes, or any other major crime issues since we moved in! The amenities are amazing two pools, one is year around... A hot tub, tennis, play grounds, anda beautiful clubhouse with free internet, computers, tv, pool tables and more.. Everything is kept really clean, as well as the grounds.. They offer lots of activities to get involved in that are free of charge, movie nights with snacks, drink get togethers for adults, bibke study on wednesday, carnivals with games and prizes food and drinks... Halloween dinner also with games and prizes... Bingo seasonally, and other activities where you can win snacks, cash money, gift cards, and even free rent! Maintenance is up on everything.. Of course you're going to have leaks, thinks are going to break and need fixed... It's public housing for God sake.. But they do a great job at fixing things and on a timely manor.. My fridge started failing one night about two in the morning, and i was scared to lose my groceries.. By two thirty, all of my food was sitting in an ice cold, new refrigerator.. Overall, i enjoy living here.. I love feeling safe enough to walk around at night with my son... Security I'm knowing they will fix things on demand.. Being able to socialize at the free events offered and make new friends.. If you're looking for a place to live, on the Southside area.. This place is for you... It may have been a bad place at one point in time, but it is just lovely now..
Since 1989, the Homeless Initiative Program, a community program of HealthNet, Inc., has been assisting homeless individuals and families in Marion County as they move from homelessness to employment, housing and self-sufficiency. This is accomplished with a network of services that include walk-in triage for emergency needs; street outreach; case management upon referral from triage staff; mobile medical care in shelters, missions and transitional housing sites; employment assistance; veterans' services; and permanent supportive housing programs. Hours: Office hours: Mon.-Fri. 8am-5pm; Walk in hours: Mon., Tues., Thurs. 8:30am-11:30am and 1pm-4:30pm; Wed. 1pm-4:30pm; Fri. 8:30am-11:30am These services are also available on a walk in basis at the HIP office. On Busline: Yes Fees: None Eligibility: Homeless persons, 18 and older, unless and emancipated minor or accompanied by parents Area Served: Marion County Intake Procedure: An assessment of needs will be conducted Wait: None
I really enjoy living at Sundance. I moved here in Feb 2010 and will happily be renewing my lease next week. I looked at many different properties before I arrived at Sundance. It was the staff that won me over. They were very professional and comfortable to be around. They addressed all of my questions and were very accommodating. Situated in a lovely neighborhood, you're just 5-10 minutes away from practically anything you want to do. I love my apartment - good size, built in book shelves, a real fireplace, and a great view of the lake. If you like to fish it's a wonderful place. You can walk out the door and be casting in seconds. Personally, I have never had a problem with maintenance issues or staff. Whenever I called they were here that day or the next. Due to my job I lived in six different states over a seven year period. I'm no stanger to finding a good place to live. Based on my experience, I will continue to recommend Sundance to anyone looking for an apartment. Cheers!