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"What a headache"
Make sure you look at the unit you move in to. Look in every cabinet, underneath the sink, make sure your blinds work, and make sure they actually cleaned the unit before moving in. When my roommate and I were looking for apartments Glenview reserves stood out because of the friendly staff and the MODEL apartment looked very nice for the price we were going to pay, and not to mention great location. We moved in August 7th, because the apartment claimed that the previous owners had turned in their key later than expected, so we would have to move in at a later date. This was fine, because we were SUPOSEDLY being prorated for this issue. We have a two bedroom unit that is 933 dollars a month and we were prorated 782 dollars for the first months rent. We realized later that we overpaid around 200 dollars extra on our first months rent. We both paid the amount of 494 dollars that equaling up to a total of 988 dollars, and that is 55 dollars over our monthly rent, and 206 dollars over our prorated rent. When moving in I noticed a lot wrong with our unit. One of the biggest issues involved the garbage disposal underneath the sink. It was broken and overflowing with gunk water. It appeared to be leaking for a while, because the wood underneath has a bad stitch and has rotted so bad that it has caused the wood underneath to deter ate into a big whole in the ground. We received a move in sheet where we had to mark everything that was wrong with the unit down. We filled this out as soon as we moved in to the unit. Let me list off the things we marked so you can get a good idea of how bad of a headache we on our hands. 1.) The garbage disposal was broken/leaking 2.) The electric outlets in the kitchen and in the master bathroom did not work. 3.) The shower curtain in the master bathroom was hanging by a thread and once I went to hang up my shower curtain it fell. 4.) The towel rack in the master bathroom completely came out of the wall when trying to hang up my towel. 5.) The garbage disposal was leaking onto electric wires which was a hazard (they've already had one fire in another unit that completely destroyed the whole unit) 6.) Blinds to sliding doors were broken 7.) Storage door outside does not latch so therefore you can not lock it. 7.) Linen closet had a huge stain that smelt like cat urine. 8.) The front door was not presentable (not a big deal but wait until I show you the paint job they gave it) 9.) Fruit flies come out of the drain in the sink so they are a constant issue inside the unit. 10.) Plugging up may washer to the pipes was a big headache because they have two sets of pipes. One of those sets of pipes no longer worked and instead of replacing the ones that did not work they decided to just throw in a new pair along with the old ones. They are very flimsy and when we were installing my washer they actually broke but we replaced them ourselves, because we knew maintenance would do a half ass job or never show up to even fix them. 11.) Spiders are everywhere in the unit. My roommate and I do not believe anyone lived here before us, because there is no way someone could live here with as many spiders as we found. 12.) The master bathrooms shower nob was so corroded with mold and rust it would not turn to adjust the temperature. With all these problems being addressed no one bothered fixing them until I made it aware that the leak from the garbage disposal was a hazard, because it was leaking onto electrical wires. After two weeks of going back and forth with the office they finally made it out here to fix the disposal because at this point they now know it is a hazard. I could not run any water in my sink nor could I run my dishwasher with out it making a huge puddle in my kitchen , and this went for two weeks. So, the maintenance guy came out to fix the disposal but he made it aware he was only there to fix the disposal and nothing else, because the office never relayed the message about any other issues going on in the unit. I asked him could he at least fix my shower curtain rod because that was not a hard issue to fix. He did indeed fix the shower curtain rod and asked me to make a list of all the other issues that needed to be addressed. He stated that he would try his best to fix all of the issues but could not promise anything and I would have wait until the maintenance request went through. But, at this point that "maintenance request" had been in the office for two weeks now. Three weeks is how long it took maintenance to come out and "fix" aka rig SOME things. I still to this day have issues inside this unit such as the wood underneath the sink, the blinds to the sliding doors, and the storage door outside that still needs to be fixed. They stuck a big black screw into my shower curtain rod that bulges out. They used my old towel racks parts along with a new towel rack end piece to hang it back up with, so now the towel rack has mismatching ends. The wood underneath my sink is still sitti
Stayed 2016, lived with roommates in a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment
Pricing and Floor Plans
|1 bed / 1 bath||$723 - $839||653 - 870 sqft|
|2 beds / 2 baths||$880 - $955||1060 - 1180 sqft|
|Prices and availability subject to change without notice.|
Location of Landmark at Glenview Reserve36.1334040 -86.6985370
About Landmark at Glenview Reserve
Address: 100 Arbor Creek Boulevard, Nashville, TN 37217
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