A Google User
Our family moved into Foxfire due to my husband's job relocation from another city. We really didn't know San Antonio well enough, and from the online pictures, Foxfire looked like a nice enough apartment complex. How wrong was our impression!
During our 7-months stay there, we experienced 3 different neighbors downstairs. First one was nice, and even helped us move. Second one smoked a lot, and we could smell it from our apartment. Third one was just plain loud - they partied and played loud music that vibrated our floor/their ceiling.
We contacted Foxfire courtesy patrol - they didn't really do anything, other than asking us to call SAPD. SAPD wouldn't even stop to talk to the neighbor unless they can hear the music from the street. Music was not loud, but the vibrations from the subwoofer were strong.
We also formally complained with the management. Crystal, the property manager, was professional enough to come and speak with us. However, nothing really changed. Whenever we called to complain about the music again, she would tell us that she would come as soon as she was through with the visitor at the office, and that pretty much meant she was stuck at the office, and couldn't come. Erik, the assistant manager, really didn't seem to care - to us, he felt more like the bouncer outside a bar. Ashley seemed nice at first glance, but often times, she just acted so cold that we just wanted to leave. Reed was the only friendly person there, but we didn't think he had much authorities in responsibilities there.
While we lived there, there were... car alarms going off in the middle of the night; people talking loudly right outside your apartment building at night; people literally standing in the laundry room occupying empty washer/dryer units so we couldn't use them; graffitis on various signs; among other things. Our 3rd neighbor downstairs had a visitor one night that caused an altercation and various obscene words were spoken, resulting in a hole in the front door.
Now, I am not saying the entire complex was bad. We met some nice people living there, who actually care enough to say hello and socialize without being loud. The complex sits right on Blanco, which is as central as one can be, which was nice.
However, if we were to do this all over again, we will not choose Foxfire at all. Not a chance. At times, I was scared and concerned for our children's safety.