My experience at this apartment complex, now called Fannin Street Station Apartments, was almost 100% positive. The grounds seem to be manicured, and the apartment was comfortable and clean. I mostly lived there alone while my husband was hospitalized, so I was pleased that the doors were heavy and solid, and had double deadbolt locks. The shuttle and the adjacent train station were convenient modes of transportation when I didn't want to pay the high parking fees at MD Anderson. Other than a very noisy upstairs neighbor, who was eventually evicted, the place is relatively quiet. I never had any problems with flooding, even with daily, heavy thunderstorms. Only negatives were very narrow parking slots, and sometimes overflowing centralized garbage disposal/compactor on certain days of the week. I subleased the apartment, fully furnished down to the toothpaste, from Tempstay Corporate Housing. Couldn't have been more happy with Gerry and Steve Fuller. When I first arrived, while shopping at Fiesta Supermarket, my purse was snatched, along with my keys, etc. Gerry promptly brought me another set, and didn't charge me the $50 replacement fee. She also brought me a recliner when my husband was discharged from the hospital and didn't feel comfortable sitting up in the sofa or upright chair. Gerry went out of her way to respond to our physical and emotional needs during my husband's illness. Although we're happy to be home as of yesterday, we're already missing our apartment in Houston. Thanks, Tempstay and Fannin Street Apts, for helping us through a very tough 4 months.