It is a beautiful place, but when we just moved, we already had issues. Ants was one problem. They were everywhere. Half of the lights didn't work, I called and no one bothered to come so I fixed them myself and just continued to make best of things. Then there was the toilet incident where everything just overflowed all over and into the carpet and apparently something broke inside. We called to have someone come and fix it, but no one came and yes, agreed management isn't friendly. I got so sad and frustrated at their treatment towards the situation. I called my dad from thousands of miles away, remained calm, bought the parts I needed, and fixed it myself. Then had to figure out how to clean the carpet very well which wasn't pleasant either. The sliding closet mirrors derailed so there I go pulling them apart and fixed them myself because I figured why bother to call based on the treatment there. When it gets cold we turn on the heaters and guess what?? Turns out two of the vents don't work. The girl in the front office is mean. The main manager is nice and more welcoming. You're wondering why we are still paying if no one is pointing a gun at me forcing me to live there to be miserable right....it is because we are still looking for a place because it is a terrible thing to be the one to fix everything. If I was a homeowner, I'm ok with fixing things myself, but when it's not even my place and I'm paying out of my pocket to repair things I shouldn't, its rather terrible. I went to this site because I wondered if anyone out there shared the same concerns as I do. This isn't my intent to be negative or against those individuals that love One Jefferson, I applaud those with pleasant experiences even though I wasn't so lucky so with that said I speak for my own experience and not everyone else's. And again, I honestly tried to make the best of things despite of all the bad experiences. And I fixed many things myself to try to make the best out of those situations. It was never about the money, rather the experience. I would have to say this, agreed, rent at your own risk. But if you find yourself in my shoes, I hope you're not as dumb as I am in fixing things you shouldn't be.