There are positives and negatives to this place. Its not horrible, but not great either. Like the other person who listed the pros and cons, I will also do the same thing and give my opinion on the place. I'd say that the most accurate post to date is the person who did the pros and cons, so I will do the same.
Cheaper rent than almost anywhere in Naperville, the fact that you get a 1250sq foot apt. with 2 beds and 2 baths for about $1,500 with utilities included, besides electric, that's great.
People are nice here, I never got into it with anybody here, not even close.
The staff are nice and the maintenance guys are cool.
Now the cons
Absolutely no curb appeal just like the other person said. The paint is chipping off of the entrance rails, the lights are 2 different colors in the halls which just doesn't make it looks nice and it looks weird. The elevators need to be replaced, they're old, and they dont work sometimes and they get stuck
I'd say almost half the time, the floors smell, it's always something different, whether it smells like garbage, or wet dog hair, or whatever it may be, it's annoying. It costs about 100 bucks to put air fresheners in all the halls of an apartment and elevator then it costs about 50 bucks a month after to refill the cartridges, and it makes it a much better environment
The maintenance as far as my experience has been, has not been coming to fix anything that I've asked for them to fix. Not sure if that's a management issue that they dont send out the work orders or whatever it may be but its definitely annoying having to remind them 4 times just to get someone out here.
Potholes in the parking lots, I mean big ones, I can't stress this enough when I say that I feel like I'm doing slaloms in the parking lot to avoid breaking a strut, or cracking a rim.
If you can put up with the bad parking lots, and the smells in the halls, bad elevators and just get in your apartment, youl be fine.