I had plan to review this apartment complex, but haven't had the time, but due to recent incidents, I decide to make time. Let's start with the superficial and move to the substantive. The exterior appearance is appealing and it does have control access, which is nice. Anderson park is just across the street, and located near a nice pave trail, there is also a community pool across the street, which is nice if you have kids. The interiors leave much to be desired for a apartment to be labeled a luxury apartment. It has the standard formica countertops, some type of vinyl composite flooring. It has one wall AC unit, which will only cool if it is left constantly running and all the bedroom doors are left open, and lights remain out. If you decide to cook, its over. Not to mention your utility cost as a result. Which was one of my largest issues, Please be prepared to spend approximately two hundred and fifty dollars per month minimum in electric utilities.They have antiquated electric baseboard heaters Which even if you run one to heat a single bedroom (Which I did) you'll still pay the minimum I stated earlier. The R-factor on these walls are practically non-existent. which contributes to hue heat and cooling loses, as well as the noise from every surrounding apartment. Pray for Good Neighbors! At over $800.00 per month, and an energy cost of approximately $250.00 per month and dealing with the management staff... find somewhere else to rent, or better yet, buy a home you'll save more money. Please check out my google review as it contains more detail than I can share here.