I also lived in the Coronado Springs tower in 2005, and everything the previous poster said is right on. The building is definitely unsafe for women -- I was constantly bothered by aggressive creeps and never felt safe in the elevator or common areas. Plus, the more destructive tenants liked to break or disable the security door -- which was almost useless to begin with since people were always letting sketchy characters into the building 24/7. The housekeeper is a sweet little old lady who does her best, but she couldn't keep up with all the filth (some of it unmentionable) the revolting tenants left everywhere, so the building is usually pretty dirty. There's drug activity in and around the building and the surrounding neighborhood is depressing and unsafe. On one of the many occasions when the fire alarm went off for no reason, I had to vault over a recliner someone had left out on the seventh-floor landing that was totally blocking the fire escape. I told the management about it and they were dismissive. No matter how harmless the place looks at first (the surrounding grounds are fairly pleasant and at first glance, the complex seems family-oriented) don't rent here.