I lived at Jackson's Landing (formerly Riverwalk) Apartments for about ten months. It got so bad in June that I moved to a new home. Unfortunately, after months of complaining about black mold, water pouring down from the apartment above through my ceiling, neighborhood thugs threatening myself and my roommates, and two g a n g s fighting on May 28, I couldn't take it anymore. The management company was First Communities. I attempted to contact them over and over, after things started to get bad, and they mysteriously disappeared, claiming the offices were being remodeled. Other issues...my apartment was arsoned, and I was moved into a smaller place with no heat and no furniture. After the fire, we were locked out of our home, and did not even know what had survived the flames. They did not bother to even secure the doors to the units that were damaged, yet promised us they would be boarded up. I happened to be driving by, found the security guard (watching TV in his car), and demanded that I be allowed to at least try locking my door. The noise was constant and unbearable. Kids would run up and down the stairs, slam the doors, stomp on the floor above the bedrooms and living room. They would also hollow out cigars, throw the tobacco down onto our balcony below, refill the tubes with dope, and smoke up. Often times, we'd see McDonald's wrappers come flying off the patio above, as well. To top all of this off, the building that burned and was structually compromised was not torn down. It has been rebuilt around the fire damage. Go, First Communities, Go! Way to live up to that promised $3 Million renovation! Way to lie to get people into your death trap, and then go back on your promise of security, peace, and safety!
Cons: Nasty office employees, maintance workers, and neighbors