Worst manager !He is very irresponsible, he acts so nice when you are staying there, but will not help the residents at all. I had to simply pay a toeing fine of $200 for no mistake?! Now he has not returned us the advance money from almost 6 months. He will never be in his office, neither picks up phone calls.Horrible guys, stay out of this apt.
I have been living in ParkAdams for the duration of the 2016 - 2017 school year and in that time I have no only been yelled at by the staff over a misunderstanding, but I have also been robbed clean in broad daylight. On top of that, the manager takes 3-6 months to respond to a single phone call if you are so lucky.No security on or around the property, washers and driers are constantly out of order.Extremely sketchy establishment, do NOT live here unless you enjoy being mistreated as a resident and have no problems having your stuff stolen.
I have only lived here for a couple weeks, but I really like everything so far. The community is nicely maintained and the staff is very helpful/friendly. As long as everything stays as good as it has been, I'll be very happy living here.
Renovated the entire apartment complex. Management is responsive and professional. Haven't had any issues with noisy neighbors or any repairs.
Just moved here about a month ago. The property has recently been renovated inside and out. The community is really quiet.I had a minor issue with my sink faucet and the manager fixed it the same day. The units are really big and the price is good as well. I am glad I found this place and plan to stay for a few years.
If it was possible I would give this place zero stars. This place is your worst nightmare especially if you have children. It's suppose to be crime free but is the exact opposite. The newest manager Michelle is better than the previous 2 but that isn't saying much. She let's in the lowest of the low and than hides in her apartment all the time rather than dealing with the problems at hand. If you have children do not move here you will regret it for the rest of your life.
a good place for a U of A student, 1B1B is large enough for 1 or two people, the rent is quite low with furniture as the build is very old(70s), but good place for starting living in Tucson
Love this apartment help me to love Tucson.
It has only gotten worse over the years. I have been here two years now and I wish I had moved somewhere else after the first year. Of course everyone, managers and employees, are friendly and try, but not hard enough for one of the most expensive places, per square foot, to live near the university. Problems:The air conditioning breaks frequently. Their centuries old central conditioning is not holding up. The window units are newer, but do not pack enough punch to keep the room cool in the summer. The window units are also very noisy inside and outside the tiny apartments. They also send all the heat in between the buildings making leaving or entering your apartment an uncomfortable experience. Bugs haven't been a huge problem, but I have had my fair share in this apartment. It is not immaculate. When I moved in the bathroom caulk was falling apart and no doubt contributing to the moldy edges. Security, there is none. Bikes and wheels are stolen regularly, car windows are smashed and tires are cut at least once a month. This is probably due to the very poor lighting outside. Any lights that are outside are usually burnt out and you have to tell the manager to replace them. Drunk people who do not live here frequently hop in the pool, naked. Three times this year, I have woken to the sound of drunk people yelling and jumping in the pool at 3AM. The police will come by, but only wave there flashlights around and leave the drunk kids to get back to yelling and jumping in the pool at 3AM. I asked the manager to put some lights on in the pool at the very least, and the response I got was: "It's a college apartment, it happens."Thin walls and floors let blaring music, moans and the steps of the overweight person above you crashing through. Poorly sealed windows let in heat and cold driving up my electricity bill. They also let in the blaring horn of the nearby train and the voices of late night partygoers. The grass is well maintained. . .by a lawnmower at 8am. The sidewalks as well also are well maintained by leafblowers at 730am on a very regular basis. That is probably the most annoying thing about this place. I've even seen those idiots walk right up to an apartment door and blast the leaves away from the bottom of the door early in the morning. Trash and beer bottles are frequently left around the buildings by said late night partygoers. The same bums who steel the bikes also frequently go dumpster diving, making the parking lot feel like an unsafe place. The only thing secure about it is they tow anyone who doesn't have a pass without warning. The manager really seems to care about his parking lot. The laundry room frequently has a dirty floor, but the worst part is the dirty machines. Careless people frequently dump soap and soap powder everywhere. The only pro is that maintenance is responsive and this place is close to the university. Do not rent here!
Cons:Apartments have electrical problems. Apartments are falling apart i.e. linoleum, kitchen drawars, roof, electrical plugsRoaches, roaches, roaches!When something is broken, like a faucet or water pump from swamp cooler, it takes more than 3 or 4 days to get it fixed...if you're lucky! Neighbors come and ask you if he or she can borrow 2,3,4,10, or 20 dollars. Neighbors come and ask you if you have quarters because they want to do laundry. Pros: Reasonable rent.Close to Suntran bus stopThere's always drama in the apartment complex in case you don't have any cable.