Lived at Oceanaire for 1.5 years before having to leave due to a sudden "beautification" construction to all units on the property. My wife and I were informed by two staff members that this would allow the complex to raise the rent they charge tenants. We got 3 days notice. We were told to (1) Not open any windows - despite the summer heat (2) Close all blinds - despite no light fixtures in the apartment (3) Remove everything from all walls and (4) remove everything from the porch we were paying for and don't return to it. Not for a day or a week. Not for a month. For MULTIPLE months at full rent. From 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM, six days a week there would be a full construction team hammering and saw and tearing up our walls and doors. You can probably guess how CRAZY LOUD this was, and how stressful it was for us and, especially, our puppy. Furthermore, the entire block of apartments was covered in a thick layer of dust with loose insulation left scattered across the grounds. The construction crew also took/threw away(?) our doormat, two pairs of shoes, and a UPS package from the front of our door. This recent beautification project, as I was told by staff, caused over thirty residents to not only complain, but ask for rent relief, to move out, or seek other damages. So this construction is temporary, right? Why am I telling you this when you may very well move in after it's done sometime in early 2018? Because this review isn't about the construction - it's about the people you're considering signing legal documents with.Maybe you'll have good luck and never run into a situation that requires working with the management. Then again, maybe you won't. Want to take that risk? There are PLENTY of other apartment complexes where you will not receive this treatment for the same price. I cannot advise you more strongly to search them out.