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Welcome to 134 Crossing. Your brand new Luxury Apartment Homes.
This apartment community features a variety of studio, one, two and three bedroom designs ranging in size from 550 square feet to 1,400 square feet. Your apartment includes a washer and dryer, fully-equipped kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, wood grain flooring and plush carpeting throughout. Apartments also include special touches such as walk in closets, spacious decks, raised panel doors, breakfast bars, maple cabinetry, and electronic locks. The community amenities include entertainment rooms, professional fitness center with commercial equipment, outdoor patio with grilling, indoor car/pet wash, dog run, and sport court. Attached heated parking and detached garages are also available. Call us to schedule a tour of your brand new apartment home or visit our website to apply on-line from your laptop, desktop or tablet.
6-12 Month Lease Terms
Pet Policy: Cats and Dogs Allowed. Max 2 pets per apartment home. 75 lb weight limit. $400 pet deposit ($150 non-refundable). $25 monthly pet rent per pet.
Breed Restrictions: No aggressive breeds. Call for more details.
Pets Accepted. Breed Restriction. Call for service animal policy.
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Upon the first tour, this apartment looks great. The counter tops look nice, there's a patio large enough for Read Morea chair or two, and the bedrooms are nice sized but after about a week or so living there, you start to notice things. Things that once you notice, you can't help but focus on. These include things like gaps behind the trim where the wall bows out a bit, the fact that the shower curtain rod in the master bath is about 4 inches too high for even the longest curtain sold at Walmart, or that "USB Outlets" is more of an attention grabber because there's only two in the apartment and one is in a place where I never charge my phone. About two weeks later you're walking into the kitchen and get a stabbing pain in your heel! You look down at where you stepped, and lone behold the carpet doesn't fully reach the threshold, leaving spikes (that are suppose to hold the carpet in place) exposed. The foot stabbing is stopped following a work order to pound down the spikes, but the gap in the threshold remains. Lastly, the walls between apartments do seem to rather well insulated, however, you can hear everything that goes on in the main hallways. Doors shutting, kids running, and dogs barking are all noticeable at any time of day. This apartment complex has potential, however, in my experience and the experience of several other tenants I have spoken with, there's many little things that detract from it's overall excellence. Things that to me make it not worth a grand a month.
October 22, 2018
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