I would strongly urge anyone looking for a new place to call home to avoid this place at all costs. The SOVA website boasts a "close knit community" but that could not be furthest from the truth. As a resident here, you are nothing more than a source of profit. "Our all new remodeled living space" is laughable to say the least. Yes they did repaint the walls, lay some laminate flooring, added new cabinets, countertops, and appliances but the craftsmanship of the contractors was sub par at the very best and went uncheck by the property manager. Upon moving into my "newly remodeled" unit there were several issues from the beginning such as the cabinet doors being installed crooked, there is an exposed electrical wire sticking out from underneath the dishwasher, the kitchen countertop was not installed correctly and the caulking has cracked exposing an 1/8" gap along the side and back where the counter meets the wall, the vanity in the bathroom was not installed correctly and there is a large gap between the wall and the cabinet, the HVAC did not function at all, the original patio doors did not open and close properly, and so on. The display unit they were showing people looked great, including french patio doors. My unit, however, had the original sliding patio doors. They stated the patio doors would be replaced. It took them over two months to get around to it. Instead of installing the new doors on units already occupied, they started in the vacant units. The onsite manager is rude and unprofessional. Her assistant was nice until I signed a lease, now she is just as rude. I no longer contact them for maintenance issues because they talk to you like you are inconveniencing them. Only 1 of the 4 lights in the parking lot work making it extremely dark. About 36 units share one parking lot and they recently did away with 12 parking places to install a trash compactor for the entire complex. Not only do I have to fight for parking but I get to smell everyone's trash.