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Introducing an apartment community for your busy lifestyle - Stassney Woods. This lush city setting offers the most fashionable shopping and finest restaurants. These affordable 1 and 2 bedroom apartment homes are located off I-35, just minutes from the downtown entertainment district. Time is valuable, location is everything. Welcome home!
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No breed or weight restrictions and up to 2 pets per apartment.
Weight Restriction. Cats Allowed. Dogs Allowed. Call for service animal policy.
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I pay 40.00 a month for cable. I would like Time Warner to have a meet and great with the residence and allow Read Morefor other cable options.
When I first moved in, one of the things that I looked forward to, was the monthly calendar and events. The calendar posted community events, and every other Friday was double dollars for laundry,(that was a great incentive for staying with Stassney Woods).
April 19, 2014
Fix my washer. I never put food down the drain or in the dishwasher and the continually say it is food cloggin Read Moreg the line.
Also stop doing pluming repairs every week. Figure out the problem and fix it stop doing patches.
March 17, 2014
Improve safety: APD is in the parking lot several times per week. Better vetting of tenants, perhaps a gate/fe Read Morence.
Improve plumbing: recently, at least once per week, an e-mail is sent by Stassney regarding a water shutoff somewhere on the property.
Make laundry card refilling easier; rather than go to the office to give a check, have a card reader available to tenants, which can accept credit/debit card payment (or even cash). Especially since Stassney only allows rental payment via online payment, this would seem to require an update.
Better updates by MAA/Stassney regarding safety and important community-wide issues. There was no immediate outreach following the fire in building 5 several weeks ago; it would seem an e-mail explaining what happened, the causes, what could/should have been done to avoid it, and, in general, news about the issue, would be warranted. There was an e-mail sent about 2 weeks afterward, presuming everybody knew what had happened and the cause, and letting us know about MAA's response (finding housing both on and off site, encouraging greater community outreach); this seemed to be a rather delayed response, and did not address root causes.
March 17, 2014
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