My conscience won't allow me to move out of this place without warning potential renters. With that said, this complex is, without question, the worst place I have ever lived. First and foremost, as others have mentioned, the walls aren't just thin, nor are they paper-thin. They're paper-mache-thin. Second, the units don't have AC, which wouldn't be an issue if they at least had fans. To get any air circulation, you need to keep your windows and sliding door open at all times, which, combined with the thin walls, prevents you from having even a false impression of privacy. Third, and this is where things get bad, management is well aware of these issues, so they are quick to, and somewhat callously, brush off any noise complaints you make. So, if you have a disruptive or even abusive neighbor, there is not a single action that will be taken against that individual. You can get away with just about anything here, so long as you pay your rent. Without using hyperbole, I would say that in the year that I've been here, I've gotten single-digit nights of good sleep. The only positive reviews here must be from tenants who live on the top floor and in an end unit.
As for the price, which I am sure is tantalizing for many, as it was for me, it simply isn't worth it. There is a good reason why this complex can't charge what others do. The quality of life here is so bad that they can't keep tenants for more than a year (see management's response to Eric J's review referring to his "long-time" residency - almost two years... he resigned his lease once). Anyway, to maintain a consistent revenue stream, they have no choice but to lower prices below what any other complex in the area is charging. In hindsight, I would have gladly paid $200-$300 more per month for a place that didn't have these life-altering issues.
Finally, do not, under any circumstances, rent unit 210. A feral child is living upstairs that is hellbent on making the world as miserable as he is.