Lived at Vicksburg Village for 3 months due to a corporate relocation. The staff, particularly Samantha, was very responsive and maintenance requests were handled impressively promptly. Only critique is parts of the buildings and units are a bit run-down, though I know they are making progress in addressing those issues.
We have lived here almost a full two years and the equipment in the gym is still broken like it was when we moved it. They change management here every week it seems so many have been fired we see so many different faces! Hard to trust any of them because you never see them or hear anything from them. The sauna and the jacuzzi have also been broken for two years . It’s nice to know our hard earned money and rent being 1700$ a month now that they raised it is valued here . It really is not at all. Would not recommend anyone living her ever . If something is broken or fixed you have to wait however long it takes them to get back to you as well just overall a hugeeeee headache
I am a current resident, though not for much longer. My Nov 1st payment was accidentally returned, my first late/missing payment, and rather than notify me and give me an opportunity to pay, management began eviction proceedings against me on Nov 18th. Completely caught me by surprise. Here are some other issues: • Hot tub has been broken for years. literally years • flooring, cabinets, door handles, faucets, window sills, doors are all the cheapest low cost options available and do not last. Constant issues. • Stair railings have rusted through at the bottom and are unsafe • Iv'e had mail stolen from the lobby, and office staff have misplaced packages that I eventually received months later. Most importantly, you can rent 3,000-4000sq foot houses in this area for about $1800 to $2500 a month. They want $2,200 for a 900sq foot apartment. It is absurd.
Don’t ever get in here. Been grappling with torn down two bedrooms for the last 1.5 months and management doesn’t even pay heeds to getting it resolved, and complains about shortage of labor. My bathroom has a leak and nothing ever worked with them in the last 1 year. Rentals are sky high and absolutely not worth the money. Better options are available.
You couldn’t pay me to live here again. Kept my entire damage deposit over a carpet stain. Dishwasher literally falling out of the counter, smoke alarms that would go off every time I cooked, standing water in the showers that wouldn’t drain. Finally brought my concerns to the front office IN WRITING and they refused to look at or sign my papers. Then they refused to renew my lease because I complained and jacked my rent up to $2180 from $1680 and said it was “Market Rate” because I was now a “Month to Month” tenant. Delivered packages would mysteriously go missing, there were random “inspections” that were nothing more than three people invading our privacy. I caught a maintenance person looking in my dresser and when I confronted him he said “Thought I smelled a burning smell” and left. This place was a nightmare. DO NOT RENT HERE.
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