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New look, new style and new attitude in the heart of Old Town. Come see the Metro Urban lifestyle of the newly renovated apartment homes at Bridgeyard.
Located just off of I-95/ 495 on the shore of the Potomac River in Alexandria, Bridgeyard's 2 big red brick towers offer efficiency, one and two-bedroom apartment homes. Newly renovated means gorgeous wood flooring. There is new lido cabinetry, counter tops and new appliances now with a microwave. Energy efficient windows keep the temperature to your liking. Amenities abound with access to the on site pool and fitness center, not to mention our in-house convenience store. You'll even get to enjoy the convenience of the security and convenience of the Butterfly MX smartphone intercom system!
This high-rise apartment provides spectacular views of the Potomac River, Alexandria cityscapes or the close by Old Town Alexandria. Jump on the bike/jogging/walking trail that runs along the river side boundary of the property and continues into the local riverside park a few miles down the trail.
$250 OFF your first month's rent when you move in by August 31st!
Our lease terms are: 2 months, 3 months, 4 months, 5 months, 6 months, 7 months, 8 months, 9 months, 10 months, 11 months, 12 months, 14 months, 15 months (Please note that lease terms may vary, are subject to change without notice, and are based on availability. Inquire with property staff for complete details).
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I have lived here for less than a year. Living here is huge step down from the last luxurious apartments I pre Read Moreviously resided. The location is great!!! Most of the office staff members are friendly. The maintenance people are not friendly except for Luis. Washing machines are HORRIBLE. The electric is ok but not getting consistent hot water is a pain in a neck. The elevators are HORRIBLE. The upgraded kitchen and bathroom are nice. Regardless of my experience every apartments have their pros and cons. They try their best at Bridgeyard although it could be improved.
June 10, 2018
This place has nice views and is convenient to get to old town. Kitchens are also very nice. Apart from that, Read Morethere isnt much positive feedback. The building itself is not well kept and management does not seem to care about the appearance of much besides the leasing office (theyve redecorated it several times in the year Ive been here.) The employees in the leasing office are constantly changing. The elevators in building 1202 are old, slow and rarely both working at the same time. They are also out of date for inspection. At one point an elevator was broken for a month and a half. The parking regulations change about as often as the employees in the leasing office so make sure youre up to date on their latest policy.This January the heat and hot water did not work in building 1202. Laundry situation is inconvenient and machines constantly break, arent draining, arent dying, etc. There are properties close by that have in unit laundry and central ac that are around the same price. Looking forward to moving out.
May 25, 2018
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If I could give Bridgeyard 0 stars I would. I'm over the constant parking policy changes. When the policies ch Read Moreange, not everyone is notified. AND THE LEASING OFFICE HAS ADMITTED THIS. It is entirely unprofessional and disrespectful to the residents who are paying to live here. My sister visited me on short notice last weekend when the wind storm hit. She was en route to my parents' home, but stopped here because the roads were getting dangerous. The leasing office has apparently decided that SOME, NOT ALL, visitor spots require a parking permit to park here. She got in from the storm at 9pm and parked her car in a visitor spot that required a pass because all of the visitor spots were full. Her car was towed during the wind storm when the city of Alexandria recommended everyone stay off the streets. It is infuriating that in an emergency situation, my sister had to pay over $200 to retrieve her car from the towing company when she was parked in a spot clearly marked for visitors. I was not made aware of this change until we went to the leasing office to figure out where her car was towed. And the leasing office told me they KNOW the notifications are not going to everyone. This is completely unacceptable and unprofessional. If this is not enough to convince you not to live here, you should hear the story about how MY OWN CAR WAS TOWED OVER NIGHT HERE LAST NIGHT. MY OWN CAR. AT HOME. WHERE I PAY TO LIVE. AND HAVE A STICKER ON MY CAR. Seriously? It could not be more inconvenient to live here. I watched someone in the leasing office draft an email to the manager about my complaint last weekend. I have not heard anything. I work a job that requires long hours and I can't always get home in time to visit the leasing office. Could this leasing office be anymore incompetent, unprofessional, inconvenient, and careless? I will never live here again. I may even break my lease to leave. It would be cheaper than paying for my own car to be towed all of the time!!!!
March 08, 2018
There's no heat. Coldest winter. No heat.
January 02, 2018
I first moved to Bridgeyard in August of 2016. I've lived here for a little over a year.
The good: The loc Read Moreation is good. Near some good trails, close to Old Town.
The bad: Overpriced apartment made to look nice at first but you'll quickly notice how bad things are the longer you stay. There is a constant pest problem. I'm not just talking about your normal flies and ants but HUGE cockroaches will scurry around your apartment. Rent also will be increased by a large margin whenever your lease ends.
Dog stations put around the complex are not maintained. Many weeks the dog waste has been overflowing onto the ground. Not only that but they are rarely filled with bags so people in the building have resorted to just letting their dog go on the grass and not cleaning it up.
Parking lot is absolutely full. The management's response is to offer "reserved parking" at 100$ extra a month. The lease promises free on-site parking but this is useless if you get out of work later than 6:00 and the entire lot is full. They have more residents in the building than there is available parking. There are also missing fire lane signs in fire lanes resulting in the complex calling a towing service on you if you park in these unmarked fire lanes.
Elevators are broken 80% of the time. They will either not function entirely or you run the risk of getting stuck in one of them for an hour or more. This has happened to me on multiple occasions. If you want to take the stairs instead be prepared for the strongest smell of urine you have ever dealt with in your life.
The doors slam in every single apartment. This can be heard from every single apartment. Constantly.
My lease ends in October and I cannot wait to get out of here. There are far better places to live in the area with better amenities and more competent management. Most people in the buildings that I have talked to feel the same way I do, these positive reviews are most likely left by the management company.
August 16, 2017
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