It has been extremely stressful living at Georgetown on the River Apartments. If you have the option to avoid this place, please do so especially if you have children. Pros: The staff is usually nice. Cons: The parking is horrible. If you are thinking about living here, visit this place at night. You will see that there is not enough parking for all of its residents. Residents park in emergency areas, make up their own parking spots, or park in the guest parking on a nightly basis. We are missing 3 doors in our apartment. We were told these would be installed by our move-in date. Of course this is not the case. We've been living here for almost 4 months and the management has responded to 2 of 3 of our emails regarding this issue. If we knew wouldn't have doors, we wouldn't have chosen to live here and pay $1300/month. Our heat has died 3x already this winter and we have two children under the age of 2. We had to call emergency maintenance in the middle of the night because we woke up to our bedroom being freezing cold. The phone calls are recorded, so they will see we have called 3x to report this. At this apartment, the resident is responsible for their own water bill. We always pay for our bill, but the water was turned off today. When I called the apartment office, I was told that residents are not notified when the water gets turned off if it's an emergency. I understand it's an emergency situation, but it would be nice to get some sort of warning/notification especially if the water is turned off for a long time. An email/text would be nice since they have our information. There are other cons to living here, but I cannot share. Unfortunately if you decide to sign a lease and live here, you will know what I mean by this.
Been here 2 years, the 1st day I moved in the people cleaning my apartment didn't know I was moving in that day. So yes you guessed it my apt was ghetto from the start. Unpainted walls, taped up blinds, my cabinets leaning. The ladies in the office come off rude and they don't like to help you. Seems like all they care about is rent being paid. My excitement from what I heard about these apartments died down right away. Apartments need updated everything. And if you can't pay rent on the 1st don't move here late fee automatically applied good luck getting it off. Don't get packages delivered they steal, break into cars here.
Great property had updated appliances. Quick service and gave notice when plowing and other events occurred. Office staff were friendly and replied right away!
The first year and a half were really nice, really no issues. But this last year alone, I've had packages stolen, my car was broken into, and so was my storage unit. None of which seemed to be taken seriously by management, security is really not top on their priorities list. It bums me out writing this, cause that first year and a half really was swell, and I prolly would've rated this much higher. But yeah, the cons outweigh the pros immensely now.
The people working at this complex were great and truly cared about the well-being of the community. I loved living so close to the Mississippi, there were lots of trails and just 10 minutes from downtown which kept life fun. It was also nice seeing all the families enjoying the grounds when the weather was good, the neighbors were all friendly which helped Georgetown feel like home.
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