Truthfully, as for my apartment I loved it. It was a great size, looked nice, and was a comfortable place to live. However over the year that I lived there I had 3 natural gas leaks (2 in the stove, 1 in the dryer). After the first leak the maintenance crew (also awful and extremely dumb) brought us a stove from another unit that no one was living in, and guess what that stove was leaking too. So in a general assumption, I would assume if two stoves we had from the complex leaked (and also our upstair neighbors) their are rampant gas leaks all over these buildings (Granted they were not leaking gas at explosive levels at the time.... but overtime those leaks will grow...). They eventually ordered a brand new stove. A few months later yep, smelled the gas again and sure enough the dryer had a gas leak. When you hear about one of these buildings blowing up due to a gas leak, don't be the least bit shocked. The office lady's although nice and pretty, don't know anything. Don't even bother. We moved out a month ago leaving the place cleaner than when we moved in, and just received a bill for $120. When I called the office they made me call some corporate office which is in Washington (therefore having no idea what condition the apartment was left in) and the lady on the phone told me when people move out they have to clean behind the washer, dryer, and stove but yet she still justified it is my job to do it (or pay 120) even though they have to do it anyway before new residents move in. This is also shocking to me because when we moved in the place there was a pair of boxers stuck between the washer and dryer covered in lint. And they are trying to tell me they clean behind these things before residents move in? Also on the subject of moving in, the day we moved in we showed up at 8 (the day our lease started and when the office opened) with our moving truck.... and guess what ""the apartment wasn't ready."" Did we get refunded any money? No. However for all the gas leaks we were eventually credited $100. If you choose to live her it is a nice place as long as you don't have gas leaks, or have to deal with maintenance/ office staff. Lastly, when you move out clean behind all your appliances!