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201 N Wilmot Rd Tucson, AZ 85711
201 North Wilmot RoadUSArizonaTucson85711
(520) 571-0817liveshadowtree.com
Apartment Rental AgencyToday 8:30AM–5:30PM
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What you want in a home is the best of both worlds: convenience to the city life when you need it and seclusion when you want it. Nestled on 10 acres of lush landscaping that is so tucked away, yet located withing walking distance to Park Place Mall, theaters, a library, restaurants and hospitals. Wouldn’t you want the best of both worlds? Shadowtree Apartments is a place to call home.  Check us out at http://www.liveshadowtree.com/
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"Shadowtree apartments have a quiet sheltered appeal at a great location."
"It is pet friendly, with a dog park area set aside and well lite."
"No matter how deep an apartment complex is."
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William Perry
a month ago
Shadowtree apartments have a quiet sheltered appeal at a great location. Apartments and grounds are clean, attractive, and well maintained. We enjoy being within walking distance of a library, post office, shopping at Park Place Mall, many restaurants and LA Fitness gym. It is pet friendly, with a dog park area set aside and well lite. We have found that repairs are made quickly and efficiently with little interruptions The laundromats (2 of them) are clean and well maintained. Tennis courts with pickle ball lines are always available day or night, The pools are always clean. The staff are friendly and accommodating.
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Brian L
a month ago
Worst experience in 35 years of apartment living... Have never lived in a complex that is so anti-tenant - never had a problem living anywhere else but actually had to threaten to sue them to successfully force an early termination to my lease after only 8 months. Grounds, apartment and location were fine but the two lead managers - Jack and Lory - are the worst of all worlds. They don't act on legitimate complaints and actually go out of their way to create issues (this is what happened with myself). The lease is 42 pages long (that speaks for itself, I think). To make things worse, despite repeatedly saying they have to treat everyone equally due to Fair Housing Laws (that's their response to virtually everything a tenant says, no matter what it is), they actually do exactly the opposite. These two will never be confused with thinkers or problem-solvers, that is for sure. They did not even understand the concept of prorated rent (in that proration can not change the total amount charged) and actually responded "this is the way we've always done it" when I caught them overcharging me shortly after I moved in. Jack and Lory are all about being "in charge" instead of actually listening to their tenants and resolving issues. For instance, what's one of the biggest issues a tenant can have and absolutely has to be resolved? Noise from neighbors. I know a couple that had problems with an upstairs neighbor and excessive noise. They complained to the office and the office did not even raise this with the other tenant (I know this because I know all three people). So, the couple is now being forced to move out. Myself, I actually got a four-inch gash on my lower leg from the sharp edge of an electrical box that is situated in a narrow path right by one of the entrance gates to the complex (I know one other person who also was cut by this). I mentioned to Jack that he should have the edges padded and he said that was a good idea. A simple solution but he did nothing about it in the six months before I moved out. When I first looked at the apartments, I specifically asked and was told that it was OK for cats to go outside. When I then showed up with all of my stuff ready to move in and was going over the lease, I saw a clause that said cats had to be on a leash. I told Lory that would be a problem and that I would not be able to move in under those circumstances (again, I had previously asked about this already) and she said this would not be an issue, unless the cats were actually creating a problem. So, I took my two cats out everyday for 25 to 30 minutes a day without a problem. No problem because I'm right there with them and making sure there are no problems. Then, six months later, Lory and Jack saw me with the cats and with no warning gave me a 10 day notice and threatened to evict me. Meanwhile, a woman right across from me took her cat out in a similar fashion and was seen countless times by the office over many years and nothing at all was ever done. A couple that moved out after I was there a month had lived there for four years, letting its cat outside without supervision - nothing was done. Not that I cared about any of this (many other lease violations I'm not even mentioning), but you can see the double-standard here. I finally brought this up with the corporate office in Phoenix and they told Jack and Lory to stop harassing me but they continued to do so until it came to the point where the corporate office had to step in again and agree to terminate my lease early. The VP from Phoenix (this is their only complex in Tucson) actually told me that they had far more problems and complaints about Shadowtree than any of the others! That's the short version. Not even going into how many long-term residents were moving out, the 8% rent increase, the bedbugs, cars being broken into and more than one long-term resident describing Jack as having "low self-esteem" and being "vindictive"... In sum, this complex has a lot of potential but isn't worth a look until Jack and Lory are gone.
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Mark Anthony Bennett
3 years ago
Staff is very pleasant. The location is like "Finding a needle in an haystack" but I've been nothing but impressed since the day we moved here. Mr Huber and his team have set the bar for excellence. They even provided a team of movers to come to my location move all my stuff. Walking distance to 1 of 3 banks that we use, Park Mall to watch a movie and food courts at the mall as well as other places. A nice location and good people. Repairs are done with exceptional response time. They are always promoting community "get-togethers" every month and I think that's cool!!
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A Google User
4 years ago
Managers are great, very friendly and helpful. There are a lot of perks including free gym membership, free movie rentals, and free wifi. They'll also move you for free. Grounds are clean and pleasant. Ask for Doug.
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Luke Thomas
2 months ago
I lived at these apartments for almost five years. Long story short. I didn't like it, you can do better for the price. No matter how deep an apartment complex is. If the property is located next to a hospital, you will hear it... Ambulances almost daily. Scout out the parking lot when it rains and you will see extra large puddles that make it dangerous and potentially damaging for low profile cars to drive through. Renting an apartment on the inside of the complex will bring even more sleepless nights with children screaming in the pools. There's no sound place to reside here. It's just too loud. I live next to the trains and business downtown and it's a more consistant sound that actually resembles a city background. If you can handle screaming children and a consistant flow of ambulances, please consider this location. If you like getting ripped off and scammed for cleaning fees and other charges this is you're new dream location.
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Jennifer Granados
6 months ago
I've only lived here 1 month so it may be a little soon to be reviewing. However, I have already had to have my entire bathroom sink replaced and I've had termite tubes coming down from my ceiling super quickly and repeatedly. They got the exterminator into my place so I hope they finally took care of it. They seem to be really quick with maintenance issues. Also, after I moved in I noticed that the place was not very clean at all; I wouldn't doubt if they only left the place at the cleaning that the previous tenant had done. The toilet had a disgusting BLACK ring around it, the drawers in the kitchen have oats and other crumbs in them. I had to scrub the tub because there was some sort of plaster along the floor of it. On the other hand, the community is very quiet and peaceful from what I can tell so far.
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Kristin Davis
a year ago
I was ok with shadow tree until it came down to leaving and paying the cleaning fee. There was a lot of miscommunication between the staff on what the cleaning fee was and me and my roommate heard from two different staff members the same price. Then when it was all said and done a few weeks later we received a call from another staff member that we still owed money on the cleaning fee because the price went up. The money was not a big deal to me since it was only a $25 difference but since me and my old roommate have very busy schedule with working two jobs and going to school if was a big inconvenience to make time to go pay it and the fact that they threatened to turn it into collections over such a small amount when it wasn't our mistake in the first place is bit ridiculous. Hopefully in the future staff will be knowledgeable on the current pricing and fees so that no one else has to go through all this trouble.
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