Never get a apartment here I had the worst experience. I put in alot of work orders they never fixed anything. They start charging you for ridiculous stuff. There apartments are infested with bugs.
The management is absolutely terrible. The apartments themselves are not bad looking but the manager, treats her employees and renters like trash.They will look for any excuse to extort money out of you.An example, when I moved in, the blinds were dirty and yellow and I expressed concern, they assured me that if I filed a maintenance request, it would get fixed. I filed a maintenance request in the office and it never got done; come move out day, they charged me to replace the blinds that were dirty from before I moved in. I steam-cleaned the carpet 5 times that year on my own dime and yet when move-out day comes,they still try to charge me a carpet cleaning fee, even though I left the apartment cleaner than I got it. The manager belittles her staff in front of residents and it is embarrassing and makes everyone uncomfortable.The actions of management are fraudulent and need to be addressed, or I fear this type of extortion will continue on the other residents.
Be very careful of this management company. My daughter signed a lease Jan 2014 but they requested a guarantor - she had no job. I would not sign and as it turned out she moved to Nashville in May 2014. In March 2014, she let Ms Donaldson know that she would not need the apt in August 2014 because she was moving out of state. The apt complex has turned my daughter in to a collection agency for $7000 even though I never signed as a guarantor, my daughter didn't and doesn't have a job, and my daughter never received a key or moved in to this apartment complex. Ridiculous. Only expect worse if you actually live there!
Just moved here and it is great! The neighbors are very friendly and the complex is very peaceful and tidy. The manager, Christy, is wonderful and moved us in the day we filled out our application. The apartment itself is very spacious and totally worth the rent. No complaints at all.
I live here. Do NOT move here. I moved in ON March, 2013. By March, 2014, the rent increased by +12.0%. In August, 2014, I lost Air Conditioning for almost 3 Weeks. Temp inside the Apt: Up 89-90 degrees(nightly). Apt Management considered AC to be a "luxury". After the AC was fixed by Sept, the roof leaked in 5 places(dinette and kitchen areas), leaking spotted about 1.5 weeks after reporting the problem. To add insult to injury, maintenance man visited my Apt on 12/31/2014 to see the damage and asked if he could start plastering the ceiling. On New Year's EVE???
They will lure you in with a lower rent then at the last minute raise it since your only option was left to them and while knowing your desperate, they will take full advantage of you. Since there is no where else for you to go you will sign. They will show you a place that you will like, but that's not the one that you'll get. You will get the one that's been poorly repaired from a condemned condition. It looks crappy but you think it couldn't get any worse, but because it was hastily put together for you it falls apart after two months of living in it.. they just don't care about their tenants they rob you and find other ways to as well.
this place is a concentration camp you cant do any thing with out getting wrote up
Crimson Park is an over-priced apartment complex that on the outside exudes all the amenities of a high-scale community, but from an insider perspective, fails to meet the basic needs of a college student. The internet service is provided by a low-brow external company that provides very weak service throughout the apartment, and no individual routers, forcing an entire building of students and working families to share an internet source. Parking was always hard to come by, as loud parties drew crowds that took up parking overnight despite a feeble attempt to distribute parking passes to residents. The management seemed to change frequently during my two years at Crimson Park, and the quality of the apartments slowly decreased over that time period. While support staff have been helpful and courteous, higher-level employees lacked the same servant spirit, and the organization as a whole operated like a scam, beginning to pile on charges with little explanation. I had difficulty even finding a reporting of my kilowatt hours through the, again small, external group Crimson Park used for utilities billing (which charged an extra and unnecessary $2.50 fee each month). Even after leaving Crimson Park I faced the lack of professionalism from the staff, as I received a bill of my outstanding balance, with no explanation of the charges to my account which greatly exceeded the deposit amount (which I never saw). As a student from Norman, I know that Norman offers great locations to live with better conditions than Crimson Park, but at lower prices. I think part of living at Crimson Park is paying for the guise that this complex operates under: that one lives at a fancy, high class college-fun epicenter. In reality, I gained little from my experience at this complex, save for stronger relationships with my roommates due to a shared distaste for the conditions and the necessity to all pile in the common room to access a web page. I do not recommend Crimson Park to friend or foe. Until the management begins to pay a little extra to provide quality utilities and services and operates under a more professional scheme, Crimson Park will be lacking any qualities that could positively color your college experience.
I loved living here. It was peaceful and quiet. Only thing though is that the rents kind of expensive. Overall a good place to live.