Basically, the Lions Gate (so-called) Luxury Apartments are six buildings of shabbily constructed, poorly managed, second-rate apartments nestled in a swamp. The constant plague of water problems from sitting in wetlands causes a never-ending ordeal for residents of dealing with leaks, moisture and dangerous black mold. The front security gate is always open and never staffed. The security doors at each building often malfunction, and many of the parking lot lights dont work, making it feel very unsafe especially at night. The elevators break down constantly. The apartments are stocked with poor quality appliances that break down continually from normal everyday use. The front four buildings look quite stylish from a distance, but upon closer inspection, youll easily see facades falling apart, and balconies breaking down. The back two buildings were obviously thrown together far more cheaply and lack even the ornate appearance of the front four. We had calf-high weeds growing around building six, which was the only greenery in what was otherwise a huge mud pit where grass had once been. Most of the brick sidewalks in front of the first four buildings are uneven, broken and crumbling. When I began to post complaints on the online residents portal and then created the Residents of Lions Gate Facebook group, the owners retaliated against us by refusing to negotiate a new lease (for which we were demanding a reasonable rent concession), and forcing us to move. Moving was actually preferable to staying, except we had to do it at the last minute, forcing us to scramble.Lest you think any of this is sour grapes on my part, I invite you to do your own due diligence. Look at the videos, photos and posts on the Residents of Lions Gate Facebook page or simply Google terms like Lions Gate Mold or Lions Gate Apartments Problems etc. and youll find plenty of corroboration. As I said, dont make our mistake.