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CentrePoint Apartments
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3220 W Ina Rd Tucson, AZ 85741
3220 West Ina RoadUSArizonaTucson85741
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Located in Northwest Tucson, CentrePoint Apartments brings a new dimension of luxury living. Its ideal location affords the advantages of convenient freeway access with a myriad of nearby shopping.
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"Pool areas were nice and we'll maintained."
"...the manger has an attitude, its ridiculously expenaive plus dog poop..."
" was nasty the scrubber picked up dog hair from at least 3 other dogs..."
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Hany Alassaf
2 weeks ago
I have been here since 2014, and I feel everything is fine. The old management was good and the new management still taking care of my apartment, and they are friendly too. The maintenance team has very good staffers, and they are experts . Management and residents here are friendly. The only bad thing I noticed was about one of the residents who was allowing her dog to swim in our swimming pool
Janet Kerrigan
a month ago
We went to check out a one bedroom, just moved here from Alabama, I was extremely impressed with Christopher for his Professionalism,Knowledge,Personality, The grounds were very well kept and regardless of our outcome, everyone should check this place out.
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Near Ibris
7 months ago
Lived in these apartments for just one month and to welcome me, the manager kicked me out of the pool for wearing basketball shorts! Really! Her excuse is that they have some chemical that is not good for pool balance. She doesn't know the brand, where I bought them or what the are made of. Do not move here!
joe schmo
3 years ago
I live here and there is nothing but problems everytime you close your eyes, I see cars being taged for expired tags at least some cars not ones when thy like the people because some never get taged and if they do never towed.and there is other things as well.when we moved in the carpet was not shampooed and we had to scrub it ourselves (it was nasty the scrubber picked up dog hair from at least 3 other dogs and the water was black) the apartment wasnt clean and kinda smelled funky. all i can say is really looked around before you sign on the dotted line. PS there is aproblem with the dog poop some people dont think they should pick it up ,
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Mark C
a month ago
Best apartments I have ever lived in! I would have stayed but my Roommate couldn't. Management was overall fair, Carina is an exceptional leasing manager. They resolved issues reasonably fast. Pool areas were nice and we'll maintained. The only negative things I have to say were the thin floors, the assigned parking space was unreasonably far. But having said that, CentrePoint Apartments are the best apartments I ever lived in since moving to Tucson in 2011
salah riadh
6 months ago
The management is horrible and the manger has an attitude, its ridiculously expenaive plus dog poop everywhere
Bea Ea
2 years ago
The way the office deals with emergencies is unacceptable. My experience here was horrifying because I wasted much of my time trying to get management involved with a hole in my living room space that started from a leak. Almost two months later when they finally went to look at it, they just looked at it, then it took them a long time to come fix it, then it wasn’t even properly fixed, and it was an inconvenience to have to move my furniture and clean up after them because everything was covered in thick dust and my rug was wet from leaking. As a college student this certainly affected every day I lived under these dangerous conditions. This is my first apartment and I did not expect to have so much trouble in “luxury” apartments. The bottom of my kitchen cabinet would fall off, as well as the bathroom cabinets and towel bar, and the worst part was that they would come fix it, do a poor job, and I would have to make another maintenance call. Also you can always here the bottom neighbors slamming their door, and patio glass door or their pets barking. Hot water in the shower sucks. The gym is nice, the pool area is relaxing.
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Jillian Hay-Roe
3 years ago
I lived in this apartment complex for 2 years and had a good experience and extended my lease. The apartment was very clean when I moved in. The office staff was good, compared to staff at other apartments I have lived with (they were friendly, competent and reasonable). Nicole, the manager was reasonable to work with. Maintenance was professional and usually came within 48 hours (although I had relatively few issues.) The big pool was also very nice, especially on the week days when it was mostly empty. There are a lot of families and children that live at the complex. It is close to the I-10, Target, Fry's, Costco, Tucson Mall, library, Sheriff's Station, Fire Department, and LA fitness and a walking trail. The grounds were well maintained. There was grass and palm trees which looked nice. I also thought it was very quite and that the walls were adequately thick so that I never heard/was disturbed by neighbors, note- I did live on the second floor. Although people have dogs at the apartment, they did not bother me or disturb me with barking. After two years I would have continued to live there (if I hadn't had to move out of state for work) but I would recommend it to a friend who wanted to live in the North West Tucson area. Hope this helps!
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