I have lived in 5 places through 3 companies in the nearly two years I've lived in Johnson City (On Campus and in Campus Ridge were the other two) and this is the best place yet. I'm nearing the end of my current lease and about to renew which I rarely do as I tend to move around a lot.
Apartments are a little pricey, there's no arguing, but when considering location, they're the cheapest you're going to find. As most people say, pest control is a bit annoying and intrusive. However, with 8 a.m. classes every day, I never had to worry about it too much. Though once, I came back late at night (about 16 hours after pest control came through) to find my bathroom light on with urine sitting in the toilet; they used my bathroom, didn't flush then left the light on. That along with trying to deal with touchy internet have been my biggest annoyances. The walls are thin; sometimes I can here my neighbors cough. So when a partier or late-night drum player comes through, it can get unpleasant. For the most part though, my neighbors have been quiet and considerate of others. Most of the office staff is very helpful; I once ran into the owner outside business hours, had a conversation, mentioned an issue with internet in my building, and he immediately went out of his way to help me. The only unpleasant experience I've had with staff was with the owner's daughter one day, though I can't really blame her; what other highschool-aged girl would want to spend a nice summer day working in an office instead of hanging out with friends? Though even then, she either answered all my questions or quickly found out the answer from another staff member. As a previous reviewer said, this is a great place for college students, but not really one for families. This is a wonderful place to hang out or lay your head between work and school, but not the best environment to raise children.
Put simply, if you want a quiet place to sleep and do homework, come here. If you want to spend your college career partying, PLEASE go to Campus Ridge where you are the majority and leave the rest of us in peace.