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396 Piedmont Ave NE Atlanta, GA 30308
396 Piedmont Avenue NortheastUSGeorgiaAtlanta30308
Apartment BuildingToday 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 – 5:00 pmSunday Closed
Apartments near Midtown, Piedmont Park and Marta.
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"Plus I'm excited about the new work out room next to the rooftop pool."
"This complex has a nice view but that did not outweigh the negatives."
"That's unacceptable for this type of apartment and location."
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Melanie Carter
3 months ago
I so badly want to like this place. I love my apartment. Everything else is at the mercy of the staff and the staff is incompetent.
Hal Jordan
4 months ago
Do NOT stay here!!!!!!! I stayed here for a year and it was the worst place to call a home. Even though they advertise a safe and gated community, the homeless shelter is a block away and there were multiple car breakins. The gate was often not working, the hallways and elevators constantly smell like drugs, and there were also multiple resident arrests for who knows what. The building has a poorly kept gym with missing equipment, stairwells with shattered lights and roaches, and unemptied trash rooms that don't get cleaned for weeks. The staff is horribly incompetent and neglectful with their assistant manager, Corey, being the worst. He is exceptionally rude and condescending. This complex has a nice view but that did not outweigh the negatives. I am much happier after moving out from this overpriced regret.
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Melania Araujo
5 months ago
I have been here since the beginning! Moved away for a year and have been back for 4 years now. My apt is on the first floor facing Ralph McGill Blvd and have never had problems. Compared to the outrageous prices in the area Century Skyline is by far a bigger bang for my buck. Plus I'm excited about the new work out room next to the rooftop pool. I constantly travel for work and like that I don't have to worry about getting to the airport since MARTA is right around the corner.
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Harley Gonzales
11 months ago
great apartments! I love the features of the homes inside. lovely downtown views
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Christine Lascols
6 months ago
If I could give 0 stars, I would. As other reviewers said, this place is A TRAP and a JOKE! There is no maintenance, an incompetent team with a manager who will be very nice to get you in, and after a couple months the problems arise! Once they know that you like your apartment, then they raise the price: 7% this year for NO REASON! No improvement in maintenance, no upgrade in apartments!!! That's unacceptable for this type of apartment and location. They seem to forget that they are close to a shelter and not in Midtown so their prices should be lower!!!! Also, no negotiation possible, they are hiding behind a computer for rates!!! DO NOT RENT HERE, YOU WILL REGRET IT!
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Ryan Sim
5 months ago
This place is the worst apartment ever. If you value your money and comfort please go elsewhere. The office staff is very rude anytime you go into the office. Every time you walk in they give you a look of disgust. Friendly customer service and care is non-existent. Also, the maintenance here is terrible. Ive called about the same issue in my apartment 4 times, and yet, the problem still exists. The amenities here are also terrible. The gym barely has any equipment, the pool is disgusting, and the garage is terrible. They waste time pressure washing the garage when they should be focused on other things like keeping us satisfied. Nevertheless, the only times that I've talked to them was when they wanted my payment or they towed my car away because they had to pressure wash the garage. Literally the only thing they focus on is keeping the garage clean, which never works out. Security here is also a joke. The officer is very rude when trying to file a noise complaint and the security officer just sits in her car all night long. I've had my motorcycle stolen from here at night when there was supposed to be a security guard working at night. Also, the security cameras don't even work. This apartment even went further with their terrible security by taking away the ability for residents to contact the security officer. PLEASE DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY AT THIS APARTMENT.
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Brenda Rivera
5 months ago
I love it! the location through me off a bit in the beginning with the shelter but i haven't had any issues. Anytime i call any maintenance request in (hardly ever) they get done within two days tops. The rooftop is my favorite. The cafe is a life saver when i need to work from home. The front office staff is super sweet. I have had a few friends move in too!
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Ian Barton
4 years ago
DO NOT MOVE HERE!! IT'S A TRAP!!!! I was an original renter here when the whole complex had just opened for business back in June 2010. I moved into a brand new top floor apartment, which I've been receiving a concession rate on of $999/mo (market value is a ripoff of $1200) for an 875 sq foot 1bed/1bath apartment. Since I've lived here, minimal efforts have been made by the management to increase the level of security here. Let me list off everything that I know has been stolen from here. Keep in mind that nobody was ever caught for any of these crimes. First, our amenities have been stolen and the management has not replaced. This includes the Mac computer in the business room attached to the lounge was stolen, never replaced. The TV's in the clubhouse on the roof top were stolen after someone THREW A BRICK THROUGH THE GLASS. I'm surprised that the Starbucks machine in the lounge (that never gets refilled) and random gym equipment hasn't gotten jacked yet. The parking garage here is the WORST of it's kind. Remember, this is less than a year old, and is already FULL of dirt, dust, random trash and leftover construction materials that never got hauled away that people run over with their cars (seen it happen). There are also a handful of vehicles that have been abandoned and left to rot after mechanical failures. Management has been notified and doesn't care. The security in the parking garage is laughable. They claim to have cameras to catch thieves, but we get crime notices almost weekly now. It's extremely easy for any outsider to follow anyone in through the gate and have access to smash and grab from any car they please. The gate has NO mechanical arms that you see at other complexes to prevent being followed in by another car, which happens ALL day, EVERY DAY. Again, management does not care, and said in security meetings that it's "too expensive" to have arms installed. Give me a break. On three separate occasions I've driven down and seen multiple cars up on blocks with their rims stolen, and cars with smashed glass that have clearly been burglarized. People follow residents through the gate, SPEED like CRAZY through the garage and BLAST rap music at all hours. Management does not enforce rules against this, ever. Marquis Vista also has regular apartment break-ins and thefts. I have a stack of crime notices that management has put in my door to notify me of these over the past year. There are some major contributing factors to why Marquis Vista is such an unsafe place to live. The biggest of which is the fact that the Peachtree-Pine homeless shelter is less than two blocks away, and there are constantly homeless people wandering in through the always open gates and scoping out their next theft. This shelter was supposed to have it's 600+ male residents evicted and moved into transitional programs, but the Atlanta Task Force for the homeless (and the delusional couple that runs it) has been digging their feet into the ground despite owing MILLIONS of dollars in past due utility bills for the building. The shelter does nothing but facilitate criminals, drug addicts, and loiterers that come into the neighborhoods on a daily basis and make the surrounding community an eyesore to Atlanta. Don't let the pool and rooftop clubhouse fool you. If there's something at Marquis Vista that you like, trust me, it will be stolen before you move out. The water in the pool will probably be stolen before this summer is over. DO NOT MOVE HERE, IT'S A TRAP!!!!
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