I lived in Summit View for one year. It was terrible. First off, my roommates and I were extremely overcharged for the apartment we got (seeing as it was one of the only properties left to rent in Golden, we were pretty much forced into it).
The website advertised beautiful apartments that looked nothing like what we had, and extremely misleading pictures of their facilities (the club house, for the employees, was beautiful. The gym, however, is a non-air conditioned closet with equipment from the 80s and the pool was never as clean as in the pictures). The pool at the club house was usually covered in dead bugs and other nasties. The laundry room had enough washers and dryers, but the washers ALL smelled like mildew and the dryers would sometimes not even dry your clothes even though you payed!
Our apartment was poorly maintained, extremely dirty when we moved in (the carpet turned my white socks brown, not exaggerating), and not worth the money (AND THE RENT KEEPS GOING UP!). It didn't look anything like the pictures on the inside, the kitchen was dirty and the wall paint actually had hair stuck in it all over the place. The AC was pathetic and the heat didn't work at all.The walls were so thin or the vents were connected or something, but I could hear my neighbors shower, talk, playing music, etc. There was always a draft, our AC unit was not properly insulated and their solution was legitimately grocery store bags and pipe insulator. Also for some reason you could feel the wind blowing out from under the bathroom sink?? It was miserably hot in the summer, and freezing cold in the winter. The most frustrating of all, the internet was absolutely terrible. We had Comcast, and even with an alternate router (rather than the one from Comcast) the connection was so slow you had to be in the same room as the router for pages to load, and forget trying to do homework if someone else is watching Netflix. I have also heard from Century Link customers that their experience was no different. If you need a useful connection, plug into the Ethernet or try again at 3am.
The management at the Leasing Office was frustrating to deal with, even quite rude sometimes, they often "lost" our mail/packages (obviously didn't look hard enough in the back room), and were not at all helpful when there were billing issues. Upkeep was awful, they snowplowed the parking lots (loudly) at all hours of the night and there was constantly construction going on taking up parking spots.
Finally, to add insult to injury, when we moved out as soon as the lease ended, we didn't get back ANY of our security deposit due to "outstanding fees", I still have no idea where they came from.