We were so dissatisfied with the complex that after only 3 months of living there we paid over $3,400 to break our lease because the property manager did not feel that we had endured enough to justify the removal of the penalty for early lease termination. During our time at Dunedin Commons we dealt with multiple construction issues several of which were never remedied including: 6 days without AC (this resulted in us sleeping on the floor of the vacant apartment next door just to have AC), noise issues due to lack of proper sound proofing, a broken ceiling fan, a shower curtain rod that was not adjustable and was hung too high to accommodate a standard length shower curtain (basically rendering the shower useless because water would splash all over the floor), excessive dust in the bedrooms due to the carpet being installed over floors that weren't swept free of construction debris, multiple aggressive breed dogs under the guise of "emotional support" pets, nails in our tires (in keeping with the shoddy construction theme), a bedroom door that NEVER latched after multiple requests to repair, and the list goes on and on. If you choose to lease from Dunedin Commons, read your lease and understand that poor construction, a broken AC, lack of sound proofing and overall dissatisfaction does not meet the standard for breaking the lease. Apparently a sound nights sleep is not something that is required per their lease agreement. Be prepared to pay 2 months rent or be prepared to stay there for the duration of the agreement. In our case, it was worth every penny of the $3,400 we paid to get out of there, but it was a costly lesson to learn.