The folks in the office were very helpful. They always took the time to listen to any concerns I had and were timely in fixing anything I needed fixed. Good location; walking distance to campus/sporting events, short drive to store, 10 min drive to the lake. Handy spot to be. Very nice facilities
When I first moved here, I loved how nice and spacious the three bed/three bath apartments were. But within the first few days of moving in, the dryer quit working. It took well over a week for maintenance to come fix it, even after reminding the staff almost everyday that we needed it fix. Another problem I had with these apartments is the parking. I lived in building G, which is the nearest to the main office, but all the First Management vehicles take up all the parking spot nearest to the apartment I lived in. This caused me to have to park about 200-300 yards from my apartment. The walls in the apartments are paper thin. So think twice about moving into these apartments, especially being in a college town.While living in these apartments, I had gotten in a car accident. My car was totaled and because of this, my insurance company took my car from a repair shop without even notifying me. I was unable to get my belongings out of my vehicle, which included my parking sticker for these apartments. When I got another vehicle, I went to the staff and asked for another parking permit. The girl who helped me said I'd have to pay $10. After I told her what happened, she replies "It doesn't matter, you still have to pay $10." She was extremely rude and very unfriendly. Considering it's not fault that I don't have my parking sticker, I shouldn't have had to pay for another one. Just another pathetic way for First Management to take your money.If I were you, I would NOT move here.
Nice apartments. It's super close to the stadium, so if you like going to the K State games, you'd love it. It gets loud on game days, but it's really calm and quiet the rest of the year. The insides are not the newest, but for the price of rent, it's worth it.
Go to Brookfield, you may pay a little more but you will be treated with more respect. If you enjoy dealing with the DMV, then living here will appeal to you. You will be inspected every other month. The claim is it is for pest control, but if you use a decent chemical you don't have to worry about it. Heck if you put a proper barrier around, you wouldn't even need to enter the apartment. To pass, you need better homes and gardens. Whether you pass is at the whim of the inspector.Maintenance is slow. Maintenance is also over priced. Doors fall off the hinges a lot. Kitchen is small, no dishwasher. You can only fit one person in there. No pad under the carpet. What is under the carpet is concrete. Walls are thin, you can hear your neighbors walking up and down. Police are there on a regular basis. Washing machine is on the top floor. Expect it to flood the lower bedroom. There are better low income places to spend money on, if you can. Don't put yourself through the stress of this place.
The new owners Doug and Janelle took over in June of 2012. On the 3rd of July our apartment burned down. Doug said that he would be able to relocate my husband, my 3 yr old son, and myself. After about a week of them avoiding our calls I have to call from a private number and Doug told us that we need to find a new place to live. When we tried to get the deposit back from them they screwed us around for a few days saying they were "out of town" (in Junction City) and could not get us our check back. This morning he called me (23 year old girl) and was cussing and yelling over the phone telling us to get our "stuff" out. They are the least compassionate, knowledgeable, and caring people I have ever met in my whole life. They are rude and treat the tenants like they don't care about them (especially if they are going to leave a young family with a small child homeless for a week and not tell them they will not let us move back in. Doug has a serious anger problem and Janelle is a shady liar. I would NEVER RENT FROM THESE PEOPLE.