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Commons at White Marsh
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9901 Langs Rd Middle River, MD 21220
9901 Langs RoadUSMarylandMiddle River21220
Apartment Complex, Apartment Rental AgencyToday 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Monday 9:00 am – 6:00 pmTuesday 9:00 am – 6:00 pmWednesday 9:00 am – 6:00 pmThursday 9:00 am – 6:00 pmFriday 9:00 am – 6:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 6:00 pmSunday 12:00 – 5:00 pm
Commons at White Marsh Apartments for rent in Middle River has 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apts and townhomes. Minutes from Baltimore our apartments have washer/dryers, updated kitchens, 2 pools and grills.
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"The apartment is nice and so is the neighborhood but would not recommemded."
"But worst of all is the management office."
"The facilities are fine for what you pay for, the area is ok as well."
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Kianga Mckinney
3 months ago
It is true there is truly a Hell on Earth because I lived in it for a year and 2 months. Before I moved in I asked about pest control specifically mice because I am terrified of them, I was told if I had a mouse issue it would be taken care of because they have their own pest control company. During the first week of me living on the property I began to notice bugs in my bedroom (silverfish) and pest control came out and sprayed but told me that these insects are common in this area. After about two weeks of living in the Commons at White Marsh I started to notice mice feces around the apartment, I contacted the office and they told me to look around for holes so that they could do a seek and seal and pest control was sent out. Pest control laid sticky traps. I had a huge bush in front of my house which I asked if it could be removed or cut down because it made walking into my home unsafe and I was told no unless it was physically damaging the building. I began to notice more mice and silverfish activity. Pest control laid more traps. I wrote an email to the office about my experience and since they couldn't get rid of the mice they cut into the tree eventually they cut it down. I put in another request because I saw a mouse run into my house from underneath the closet that obtained my hot water tank. At this time I have about 7 traps in my downstairs area. At one point in time they sent out a supervisor from the pest control who laid more traps. At this time I began asking for the corporate office and every time I asked they told me they could not give me that information but the property manager would contact me. Now during this time I lived in an area where my neighbors constantly left trash like car parts on their porch and double parked and blocked you in your parking space (even though it was a sign stating that you would be towed if you violated the parking procedures) when I called about this issue they said that I had to call the number and report my neighbors ( so now I am laying traps and enforcing parking two things I was assured during move in would not be a problem). As the year goes on I still see mouse activity and I found a some sort of beetle in my bed (the bug was huge I have never seen anything like it). Of course they continued to send out pest control who in turn laid more traps at one point in time I had about 10 traps going through out my house. Needless to say I never invited anyone over because the whole downstairs was lined with traps. They laid the traps and no one came to check them. I began to notice mice feces on my living room furniture. I called the office and they sent someone in to spray in the walls. This did not eradicate my mouse issues mouse activity increased during Thanksgiving I spotted a mouse in the kitchen which resulted in me throwing away all of my Thanksgiving food and purchasing extra storage bins for food. The next issue was a lizard that I found in my house. I asked someone to come down and remove it I was told they are harmless and common to this area as a matter a fact they have one that frequently appears in the office by this time I am furious because none of my issues have been resolved and I keep feeling like they are minimizing my issues. After three days they sent someone down to retrieve the lizard but he was already dead by then. The mouse issue continued I found one in my second bedroom and found mice feces on bed spread and bedroom floor. I contacted the office again and you guessed it they sent someone out. I began to create a barrier under my door hoping to block the mouse from coming into my room. A mouse was finally caught during my last two weeks in the apartment and when I called to have it removed no one came I finally asked a neighbor if he would do it for me needless to say I never told the office that it was taken care of and by the time I had moved out they still had never sent anyone to deal with it. I asked to speak with the corporate office and I was told someone would contact me I'm still waiting for that phone call.
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Tariq Middleton
4 months ago
Lovely apartment complex, but changing from the city will leave you a bit bored cuz you really need a ride to live out here! The bus route is real shitty cuz it only runs once every hour, and sometimes you'll be waiting two hours for a bus! It's a nice community, but there is no corner stores and no "wabbits" ta hunt!!
maxine cannaday
9 months ago
commons at white marsh is a great place to live I never had a problem with anything I just wish their was more transportation in this area. overall I am satisfied with my apartment.
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Scott Sutton
a year ago
An absolute mess. The facilities are fine for what you pay for, the area is ok as well. What brings the living conditions down is the beauracratic nightmare that is the management office and maintenance. In every single instance I dealt with them, the management made things worse, not better. Here are some examples: 1. Our A/C went out three times in one summer. Each time they simply pumped more fluid in, but never fixed the hole. A/C is a closed system. Essentially, instead of fixing the hole at the bottom of the bucket, they came out three times and poured more water in. The third time it was 85 degrees at night, so we went and got a motel room for $50. After emailing the management office the receipt and asking for reimbursement (since it was the THIRD time the A/C went out), they denied us the $50. 2. Leak in the ceiling. Their "fix" was to put one layer of paint over it. Leak was still there, and you could obviously still see the water mark through the paint. 3. My girlfriend was home alone during the day and the dog started to go crazy. She walked into the living room to see a man on our third floor balcony and the ladder he had climbed to get there. It turns out, he was there to paint the exterior storage door (where the broken A/C unit is located). There was no notification that door painting was happening. No emails, no letters, no signs. No advanced notification given to us at all. He's lucky he wasn't shot by another neighbor. 4. As I write this, it's June. I just received a court summons from the Commons at Whitemarsh lawyer saying that I had failed to pay february's rent. I received no notification from the Commons that I had not paid rent. I've got the receipt from paying February's rent in front of me. Even after I've moved out of the Commons at Whitemarsh, they somehow managed to bungle an old rent payment and send their lawyers after me. Now I have to see if any of this has effected my credit score. The Commons at Whitemarsh through their undeniable incompentence may have made the home I've been saving up for more difficult to attain. In finality, if you're looking for a cheap place to live, make it somewhere other than the Commons at Whitemarsh if you value your sanity and the safety of your roommates/family. You never know when there could be someone who climbed a ladder to get to your balcony.
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Alison Guilliams
4 months ago
My roommate tried to blow up the apartment (no, literally, he filled the apartment with gas and put an iron on my bed when i was away one weekend.) and despite police reports and restraining orders, the staff made it as hard as possible for me to be safe. (Fighting me to change the locks, not letting me break the lease under bad circumstances, etc..) The sales team is INCREDIBLE. Everyone on that side of the office is sweet and nice and kind. HOWEVER, after you're a resident you get to be treated like garbage by the "office" staff every which one of is mean and nasty. STAY AWAY FROM THIS PLACE, SERIOUSLY IT IS THE WORST. THE MOST INHUMAN PIECES OF SHIT YOU WILL EVER RENT FROM. DONT DO IT
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Pamela Daniels
8 months ago
The area is nice and it is close to a lot of shopping and eateries; however, the physical apartments could use some updating. Although they call the one I moved in an "updated" apartment, the refrigerator is so small, until I can not sit a quart of orange juice upright in it. I have an apartment with a small kitchen and the washer/dryer combination is cramped against the refrigerator with just enough room to squeeze in to load and unload clothes. The water is hard...whenever I take a bath, my skin gets very flaky. And, I have never rented a place that does not have light fixtures in the bedrooms. You have to have your own lamps. Oh, and not to mention, I have been bitten by some type of small creatures on my hand and arms...had to use Benedryl to help stop the itching and dry up the bumps. There is so much work they need to put into these apartments. If I have an updated apartment, then I wonder how the regular apartments look? After my lease is up in seven months, believe that I am not renewing it!
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Samantha Barnes
a year ago
I too, like some other reviewers, am only giving 1 star because it is the lowest possible rating. This is the most miserable place I have ever lived, and that include the cheap and trashy apartment in college. Maintenance is a joke, the area is swarmed by police constantly, and yes, residents literally do dig in the trash. But worst of all is the management office. They are the most unprofessional, unorganized and rudest people I have ever had the misfortune of dealing with. This is my first review I have ever written and I am writing it to advise you to look elsewhere and save yourself a lot of discomfort and hassle. I have never been so grateful to move out of a place in my life! My boyfriend and I actually chose to break our lease early and pay the penalty just so we could move sooner rather than stay there another 2 months!
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lee lee charm
a year ago
Nice homes security was kind of a bully I never understood why they were talking to me I`ve broken no rules it was like they were letting me know were here don`t mess up or they we will get me put out; like don't even think about it ,I didn't like that. The rental office is like over bill first and ask was questions later, in my opinion.


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