My roommate and I have lived at the Greenery since May of 2017. Our electric was going out anywhere from 4 times a week to 4 times a day. When we called maintenance he put the blame on Duke Energy. After 3 weeks of unstable electricity, the property manager sent an electrician. It took 2 different electricians to determine it was the electrical box for the entire building. It then took a month to get the problem diagnosed and then fixed. We lived 2 months without stable electricity with the weather being anywhere from 40 degrees to 14 degrees. After the scenario was finally fixed, all we asked for in return was for HALF of the rent we paid for those two months (reasonable, yes?). Apparently not, Cincinnati Premier Reality claims they aren't at fault. Any apartment/landlord has the RESPONSIBILITY to provide stable accessible electricity to their tenants. Do NOT move here! The apartments are nice, but the management isn't worth the peace of mind
7162 Reading Rd Ste 610Cincinnati, OH 45237
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Smooth operator is right. I lived here some years back when I first moved to Ohio, and the first 4mths were the best. Looking back I'm sure it was because I didn't know anybody. I ran into the occasional rude person or the elderly person who you could tell has been here a while and has their routine but other than that everything was fine. Fast forward and maybe 5-6month after I moved in he office started being less and less friendly. My kids started having trouble at the playground. Other kids would get bored and lie on them or try & bully them. Now I'm not a parent that thinks their kid is an angel but any mom or dad with a young child knows what your kid is more likely to and not to do. Smooth operator is also right about their being clicks of adults who sit around and dictate what can or should be done, when, and where. That did seem to be on the Eastgate Gardens side of the complex which was what I was shown first and was almost kinda being pushed to rent. I choose the Magnolia side and was so glad. All in all the place itself is nothing to Bragg about I've seen better, but I've also seen a lot worse. I thing I could have out up with being on the property for longer if it weren't for the tenants. Never had a problem with bugs but there was a gap underneath my door and the heat is controlled by the office so it's either super hot or your freezing. I never felt unsafe there which is a plus because I'm a single mom. Guess we just made a bad choice, but hey you live and you learn. It is located in a convenient spot, that's the reason I gave it 1 star. Just sayin...
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Uptown Properties bought out the building in which I currently reside (Eden Ave.) on Sept. 25, 2014. Five days later, they gave us notice we have until October 31 to move out. Oh, the are "going the extra mile" for us by giving us a short list of other properties in the area they found on Craigslist we could rent to, as if that somehow takes away from the fact they are pushing poor folks out of their homes. Most of us living in this building are elderly or disabled, and on fixed incomes. Many have lived here for years (one of our residents passed away in her apartment a couple of years ago and had lived here for decades). We don't have the money to move, quite frankly. We didn't ask for this, and had no say in this decision. They have offered us no real assistance in helping the older folks move, but they offered assistance for the young college students. This is Ageism, in my opinion. Uptown spent a premium for this building, and while they aren't "legally" obligated to do anything for us but give us 30 days to move out, they can do far more to help those with no plans to move. The poor don't have a voice, but we poor folk are tired of being pushed around. The least Uptown can do is offer severance funds to the poor folk they are displacing. I think at least $1500 is fair. There are 14 apartments here. It isn't much but at least we would be compensated for the loss of our apartments. Instead, these corporate suits hire some cute smiling blonde to fake sympathy to the fact they are tossing poor, disabled and elderly tenants out of their tails just as the weather is starting to turn as cold as the hearts of those who work for Uptown Properties. In a few months, my home for almost a decade will be demolished, replaced by overpriced apartments for wealthy college kids. Some of the former tenants may be homeless, so if you people see my holding a sign on Taft begging for change, remember which corporate housing conglomerate put me there.
This is probably the best place i have ever lived the people here are nice and take care of your needs. Most of all they really seem to care about the people that live here.From the day i moved in people tried to help me and the management went out of their way to try and take care of my needs.Apartment was clean and had new carpet and for the money it was awesome.
Living in this apartment is challanging everday, they dont have defined policies, Rules and change them without informing residents. I am saying this with experience, since i lived here. The only good thing about this place its close to downtown and is more accessible for work.they have horrible policy for parking, even if you pay money to them on monthly basis your gets towed away and residents have to pay to get the car back, Little help is available, the administration is not helpful at all and are bunch of unprofessional people.