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The Commons at Knoxville

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Mar 2019: I have had a great experience while living at the commons. Super close to campus, and reasonably priced compared to other student housing. Management is understanding, helpful and always friendly. Maintenance always resolves any issues in a timely manner. Highly recommend living here!
Jan 2019: I entered a lease for a 4 bedroom 2 bath with two of my other friends. Initially, I was not impressed with the room conditions, and the roommate selection they used ended up leaving us with a very unsuitable fourth roommate. But to their credit, the new management was very accommodating and fixed our problems immediately. Maintenance was also very quick and nice. Great choice for college students who are living out of campus for the first time! Review from Google
Jan 2019: If you love having none of your appliances work, money stolen from you for random fees, and god awful explanations for both of the previous two things, then the commons at Knoxville is the place for you. Microwave? Dish washer? Washer and dryer (twice)? Light Bulbs? Chipping paint on the walls? Furniture with peeling cheap leather? Wifi? Cable? Yep you guessed it! everything is broken or becomes broken at you leisure! meanwhile, you only have to pay rent and other fees to stay in this lovely place. don't waste you time, energy, or money on this trash place Review from Google
Dec 2018: The Commons are a wonderful place to live, partly due to the very eager to help staff and management who genuinely want to make their residents happy. They are very reasonable and helpful to residents and it's very clear that they care about the quality of living here. The best part is the close location to campus and the strip and, of course, the low prices! Review from Google
Dec 2018: The Commons is a good place for a college apartment. The rooms are decent sized with big closets and the appliances aren't bad. We had a few problems with our washer/dryer when we first moved in, but maintenance was helpful in trying to fix and replace it. At first things were a little rough because they had a change in management, but the new management has been very helpful and kind since then. As long as you communicate what your problem is, they will help you find a solution the best way they can. Like they are very helpful and trying to make good changes. It is close to campus too, which is great for walking to classes or the strip. It also comes furnished which is great. The only negative things I have to say is that parking is a little expensive at $50 a month, however street parking isn't too hard to find (unless it is a game day). It Review from Google
Nov 2018: Great place to live! Everything is included (even Internet) except for electricity, and the apartments are furnished. My current apartment even includes a Tempur Pedic mattress! Heating and A/C work well, and the apartments are clean and pleasant to live in. Parking is scarce but good, and the apartments are very close to the freeway. The staff is great and takes care of every need, and maintenance is quick to fix any issues. Highly recommended! Review from Google
Nov 2018: I stay at the Grand location and I love it. It is very affordable compared to other apartments within walking distance to campus and it's safe. We have had a normal amount of amenities problems but the maintenance staff is so fast and kind. I love everyone in the office since they are so helpful and nice. I definitely recommend living here! Review from Google
Nov 2018: My daughter has lived at the commons for 2 years. She loves it here. The staff is so helpful and the young ladies at the front desk are so kind. The apartment is close to campus, which is great for my daughter. Because we live 6 hours away from her, I was worried about her. Her choice to live at the commons though has lessened that worry. Great place and people! Review from Google
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Oct 2018: Not only were the apartments disgusting when we moved in (even though they said they cleaned), they tried to charge us over $200 in cleaning fees when we moved out for ridiculous things like not wiping out the insides of the drawers. They even tried to make us pay for the damaged couch that we had written down as damaged on our move-in form and tried to submit a maintenance request for (that was completely ignored). You can definitely find a better apartment for cheaper. I'm at Quarry Trail now; it's around the same price but the apartments are so much nicer and we have better/more amenities. don't LIVE HERE! Review from Google
Jul 2018: The people are nice and helpful in the office from what I’ve experienced. Make sure you know that it is not student living like they say it is, I had a random 35 year old roommate that moved in halfway through the school year and she had the most annoying dog that would bark all the time. In the last 2 months of me living here my front door kept breaking and I couldn’t get into my apartment more than 3 times, it always was after hours when it broke so I had to wait about an hour for the maintenance to come. The maintenance people were really nice. There are always homeless people that dig around in the trash can outside which is concerning for safety. Review from Google
Jun 2018: My cousin was supposed to move in with her friend to the Commons Bridge 3bedroom/2bath. They have paid the deposit, signed all papers on time, and even met with the staff on multiple occasions.. however, over the span of several weeks she's received some ridiculous notices from them. Here are just some of the stories... 1. did not sign any sort of agreement in the first place, 2. signed for a 1 bedroom, 3. will not be assigned to live with her friend. So now... she is told that she must live with 2 random roommates or move with her friend to the Commons which is not pet friendly. The staff has apologized for their untrained workers and the whole issue.... They are extremely disorganized and I would not recommend this place to anyone. Review from Google
Jun 2018: The commons is a commonly known joke by the locals. My roommates and I are locked out almost weekly because our key stops working or our lock just wont work. Then if we are not locked out our lock wont even lock so then people can push our door and let themselves in our house which happened and a HOMELESS lady let herself in. After telling the office about this problem they still refuse to change our lock because it is too expensive. then we live on the bottom floor and people do not know how to drive and we have woken up to 3 cars less than a foot from our window about to wreck into our apartment. Then one of our cars got shoved down the hill, one of our cars got the mirror bashed off, then another person stomped my car to the point i couldnt use my sunroof. i asked if they would put cameras towards the street and they said they couldnt affo Review from Google
Mar 2018: The Commons at Knoxville is a great place to live! The staff are always very friendly and helpful to the resident's needs. As an out-of-state transfer student, the Commons was the best option when choosing an apartment to live in. My roommates and I all re-signed our leases to live here next year! Review from Google
Mar 2018: The people at the Commons are very professional and welcoming. They are very helpful and have answered all the questions I have had. The apartments are great and the maintenance workers are very efficient and work in a timely manner. Overall The Commons at Knoxville is a great place to live and has a welcoming friendly environment. Review from Google
Feb 2018: Very cheap and convienent. It's an easy walk to class. Maintanence is always timely are professional, as well as the workers at the office. Overall pretty nice and pretty spacious, although I would like to see some upgrades to the kitchen and bathrooms. Review from Google
Feb 2018: I have been living at the Commons on Bridge this year and intend on living at a different Commons apartment complex in the coming year. As I had toured many other complexes prior to choosing to live at the Commons, the Commons stood out more than any of the nearby apartments. I immediately felt welcome and a part of the strong community-based environment that the staff and residents encompass. Any questions or concerns I've come across have been quickly solved by the friendly staff. Overall, I would highly recommend living at any of the Commons complexes. Review from Google
Feb 2018: friendly and helpful staff makes this a great place to live! maintenance requests are easily and quickly dealt with which has made this a great place to live for 2 years in a row! not too far away from campus to walk and they have plenty of amenities to accommodate all needs! Review from Google
Feb 2018: Appliances tend to fall apart easily, but maintenance usually responds in a timely manner. Not a bad living experience, but still room for improvement. Review from Google
Feb 2018: One of the worst places i have ever lived. The amenities are mediocre, the carpet is coming up in many places, the walls are paper thin. There are so many odd things wrong with this apartment complex. Somehow it is always too hot or too cold. Much of the metal furniture is rusted. The dishwasher and ice machine have never worked. The worst part, in my opinion, is that the internet download speed is horrendous. I can't do homework at my apartment most days. If there is a single other option available to you, take it. Review from Google
Jan 2018: It’s cheap and comes with in-unit laundry. The only redeeming qualities. Homeless people are constantly in the dumpsters. The WiFi is passable at best, except in my room, where it was outright horrible. And, as a rancid cherry on top, they charged all of us for issues with the carpet. Issues that we had reported multiple times, and which they never adequately handled. It was a great way to thank us for renewing our leases. Live somewhere else. Review from Google
Nov 2017: RUN RUN RUN! Shown model unit. Move in day, given dirty, dirty, unit with obvious damage. Asked for diff unit, told nothing they could do, told 'stuck with the unit you are assigned'. Said would come clean apartment 3x on move in day as told so dirty couldn't move in. Never showed. Turned in extensive work order and took lots of pics. Ceiling fan was wobbling and hanging. Told safety issue and could injure my teen if came flying off. Work order made repeatedly for multiple items. No show EVER EVER EVER. Kitchen cabinet falling apart, hanging by hinge, exposing under cabinet basically. Said fixed it. Nope! Still hanging. Black mold in all vents. Toilet was warped. Tub wouldn't hold water for bath while shower wouldn't run full water stream. Freezer door taped together with duct tape. Rip in couch. Washer didn't drain often or tore up clothing even on gentle cycle.
Nov 2017: Although The Commons at Knoxville are not the absolute worst apartments you could live in, I strongly advise against it. In the three months I have lived here, I have been locked out four or five times, & not because of my own fault, my key just simply quit letting me into the apartment. They are supposed to have a 24 hour on call personnel, however, I called both maintenance & the individual in charge of lockouts & did not get a call back for over an hour. I have brought up the issue of me being locked out an unreasonable number of times to the front desk & no one seems to really care. Sorry this was long, just very unhappy with this apartment complex and do not recommend living here. Review from Google
Sep 2017: If I could give this apartment a lower rating I would. When I first moved into this apartment, which was 3 years ago I noticed that the apartment was made very cheap. The amenities were old and raggedy, and needed an upgrade. Also the carpet was really cheap and did not look as clean as possible. The only reason I stayed in this apartment was because the location was walking distance from school. Throughout my 3 years living here there have been 3 different people who have moved in and out. Not once during those move outs did they every clean the carpet, or remove it to have fresh carpet for the future resident. My roommates and I always cleaned the floor and the apartment. The entire time I was there, there were always problems with our dishwasher, the toilet overflowing and other issues. I tried to speak to the manager over two years abo Review from Google
Aug 2017: I would not recommend this place to anyone. My roommates and I lived at the Grand Ave location and had the worst experience! The apartment was not cleaned at all prior to us moving in, the bathtubs were moldy, and the carpet was a wreck. They didn't offer us new carpet until parents complained and we had already gotten our stuff settled. The maintenance people are hit or miss; some are awesome and some are rude. When we complained about our bathtubs THE FIRST DAY WE ARRIVED, we were told it was "our problem" and given advice on how to clean it. If you live on the first floor, no natural light can come into the apartment and it's like living in a cave. not worth THE MONEY. I recommend paying more for expensive housing rather than choosing the commons because they're cheaper. THEY ARE CHEAPER FOR A REASON!!!! Review from Google
May 2017: living at The Commons Knoxville has been the greatest living experiences I have encountered over the last five years. I have considered The Commons to be a place that I can truly call my home- The staff will go above and beyond and will answer any injuries you may have. They genuinely care about the well-being of their residents. I want to give a special thank you to XXXX who has been a tremendous help to me. She has answered all of my questions in detail and will always put a smile on my face. Review from 5/8/17 on Google

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