I lived at KLOS apartments for almost 3 years. Only because they were cheap. Everything in a KLOS apartment, from doors to refrigerators to stoves, are the cheapest junk they could buy in bulk. This means that none of it works. I never had a stove that would stay on, or a shower that had more water come out of the shower head than the bath spigot (this resulted in an ankle bath every time).
I was never late on rent, even offered for a larger deposit if they could fix the place up a little. All they care about is incoming money. If you tell them you're moving out, they turn into a whole new kind of beast. The first time I moved out, I was getting deployed. Instead of bolting my lease like I am legally allowed to do under the soldier and sailors relief act, I decided to do the right thing and not break my contract. They IMMEDIATELY jacked up my rent!
Next, it turns out there was a reason they have such a low deposit, and more than anywhere else you have to document EVERYTHING. They just bill for damages instead of using the damage deposit as a buffer. This allows them to sue you first and mess with your credit instead of you suing them for not returning the deposit.
Because they are bringing in crap, like scratched up doors, you better take pictures because they will try to make you pay for ""damages."" Also, I had a horrible ant problem. Because, in the second place I lived, they didn't clean up at all from the person before me. By not cleanup, this meant there was an ant colony in and under the stove and fridge. I was still finding cat poop two weeks after moving in! They left me a bottle of ant spray with a note to take care of it myself. This meant I had to move the stove and fridge to get to the ants. Turns out this is because they knew moving those appliances would damage the floor as the fridge was missing feet pieces.
We had rampant break ins near the end of my stay at their pear st location because they couldn't get the front and back doors to close correctly. They're wanna be slum lords that think their tenants don't have the capacity or wherewithal to obtain legal counsel or representation after moving out.
Bottom line, don't rent from them. Find a legitimate company that does a proper before and after walk through and installs real, functional appliances.
For example, across the street from 42 pearl st turned out to be the same price and space but none of the problems.