My husband and I have lived in 3 places that have been technically nicer but I would have to say that this apartment is my favorite so far. First off, you can't beat the price. This obviously is low income housing, so you have to fit within the criteria to be accepted. We have a one bedroom on the third floor and we pay $615 a month. I love the layout of the apartment. In essence, it's a big circle so that everything is connected and open. (It's different for the 2 and 3 bedrooms) The bathroom opens up to the bedroom and the kitchen, which may sound funny bu really that just means that guests don't have to go through your bedroom to get to the bathroom. Being on the third floor is great because even though you may have slightly higher energy bills, you have awesome vaulted ceilings which really open the place up. We pay around $70 for electric in the winter and $130 in the summer. Comcast services the area and you can get fairly decent prices on cable and internet. The maintenance is decent. If you have a serious problem, they're usually there within the day. But at the same time, I haven't had a working dishwasher since we moved in here. The office staff is great. Super friendly and easy going. They have to deal with all kinds of people so they're very understanding and can help you through most anything. One thing I don't like is that the pool is only open during office hours. You literally have to go through the office and sign in to get there. And on Sunday, they usually have someone sitting in a little room next to the pool, making sure that anyone who comes in lives there. (Wish they would just install a gate card, way easier and less annoying). They allow pets, you just have to pay a deposit. They also allow you to paint. The apartment itself is pretty basic but if you're creative, you can make it look awesome. The landscaping is pretty well kept as well as the pond. The only thing I don't like is that a lot of people here walk their little dogs without a leash and I have a big dog who isn't fond of little dogs. So I always have to check outside before I take her on a walk. Also just a hint, it seems to get a little sketchier the further back you go in the community. They may just not take care of it quite as well because it's not facing the road...? Not sure. So if you have a chance to get an apartment up front - awesome. You'll also avoid being next to the furniture dump which can get pretty full and ugly.