Beware Students and Dog Owners.
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Management Guidelines are screwed to hell, to be honest. Become a resident if you are NOT a student. Must be very nerve racking for the management to allow young adults to live in peace. Damn those harcore party animals, working 30 hours a week and doing that school work, HARDLY apartment quality... Also be aware that if a tenant has a dog, it better not bark or it will be vulnurable to eviction. That isn't listed in the policy, as it would drive people away, naturally. If Little Molly the Chihuahua is quite the barker, you'll have to remove the dog from the apartment OR terminate the contract for the small fee of 2 months rent, not to mention rent for the 30 day ""moving out"" time period. Be aware, groups of friends (3-4 people) in a 2 bedroom apartment splitting rent is a big no-no, ESPECIALLY if they are full time students. Quite frankly this is the lamest excuse anyone could come up with to say ""we don't like young adults."" The disregard for common welfare of young adults in this world is completely irrational. Not ever 19 year old has a fake ID and likes to be ""fast and loose."" This complex looks nice, but usually the pretty ones are always broken inside. I really hope this review deters people (students mostly) from using this complex. Clearly whoever wrote up the contract was a liberal arts major. Not impressed in the least.