Though I made it clear that I did not qualify for one of the income-restricited units, it was not until the application had started that I was told that the unit I was shown was, in fact, an income-restricted unit. This put me in a terrible bind at my then-current apartment building because I had already given notice and then had to re-up for another month at an exorbitant rate. However, I understand that mistakes happen, and I knew that the property manager, Ms. Jenai Thompson, was new to her job. After asking to have my loan application fee refunded because this clearly wasn't my fault, I was told that it would be. Well, a few months, numerous calls to her and numerous excuses later (the owner is out of town, I will get it to you next week, etc.), the money has never been returned. Now, she just flat out dodges my calls and doesn't return messages (I would call once every two weeks on a Monday, in case you have the idea that I may have been calling her too much while she had other business to conduct). So, if you steal a pack of gum from a store you're a criminal, but if you fraudulently take the money of a future client who's giving it to you as an act of good faith, then I guess it's just called doing business. I'm washing my hands of this situation, the Historic Ellison and Ms. Thompson. I'm just glad I found out about how they operate before moving into the building. This review is your chance to find out about them, too.