Average monthly rent: $2357.1
Average number of bedrooms: N/A
DO not rent here!!!! Don't be fooled by there roommate matching or shared options!!! Bad bad bad! Stay away!
We are UCLA students who moved in after doing an extensive research on apartment in the area, and came to the conclusion this would be the best choice for our group for two major reasons: firstly; with all honesty, the rent is not cheap but it’s reasonable and within our budget. Secondly; of all the apartments we visited, this location has the family-friendly atmosphere. All residents know each other and end up becoming good friends - this is something we are looking for.
The move in was seamlessly. The manager and staff were extremely helpful, and professional. We did a walk through a day after we moved in which gave us an assurance that existing condition of the apartment is properly documented. My only concern is the length of the usage of the Jacuzzi on the roof. We’re hoping it will be extended from 10 pm to 12 midnight. We’re going to make a request on this for sure. So far it's been a great experience. The rental office is always courteous and accommodating, and so is maintenance. We’re glad we picked this as our place of residence. If ever we have another issue we will not hesitate in calling the property manager.
We have lived in our place for 2 years and can't say enough about how wonderful our experience was renting from 507 Glenrock property. Well, it’s not a perfect apartment, but it’s in a good living condition. Ron, the property manager, works tirelessly to keep them that way. He's the most honest property manager I've had during my time living in Los Angeles - he's on call all hours of the day and is responsive, kind, and always working tirelessly to make sure his tenants are content. I would rent from him again in a heartbeat! Thank you, Ron, for giving me such a wonderful place to call home!
I'm an International Student who goes to UCLA for a special program. I remember vividly when i was looking for a place last year, I was about to give up because all apartments i visited in Westwood if not the property manager is rude, management ask for substantial amount of security deposit because of the fact that i'm not a permanent resident here in the US. But when i went to Glenrock Regency, not only the property manager is nice and accommodating, but their system made my apartment hunting a lot easier.
My experience at Glenrock has been amazing so far! I got really lucky with this place and everyone here has been amazing. Ron is the absolute best and is so helpful in every way possible. He really cares about the community and does an amazing job at making sure that all of the residents are always happy. It's a great place for anyone to live -- couldn't give it a higher recommendation.
Not well kept. Maintenance takes a super long time to get attention. Management says everything to get you in but doesn't follow through. I wasent happy here at all. Price is too high for what it is. Lot of issues with the apartment
I would give ZERO stars if I could. Imagine moving in excited all to wake up with roaches creeping out the apartment walls. Then one week later a major pipe bursting with water all over the apartment
Maintenance never gets done their motto is to avoid fixing anything
They smooth talk you in all the way
This place is out of the movie taken!!! Absolutely horrifying and they always make it seem there's no where to live but look around unlike I did there are plenty other options
They post false reviews. No one is happy here. The place is very unkept. Ron will say whatever to get you to move in. Come visit my place to see the truth. I cant wait to leave this messy "palace",
They accuse you of partying when you don't and forget about getting a deposit back. They almost cancelled my hold right before the school year after I placed a hold. I wish they would have now even if I would have been left with nothing. Better to wait for the ucla lottery.
I've lived here for about 16 months and had a great experience settling like in my own home. Glenrock has been a haven compared to the dorms. For the few times that I've needed maintenance, it's always been done in the same day - I just call the Manager who always picks up calls, then he’ll schedule a maintenance staff to come and do repairs. The location is great, everything is kept up to date, other residents have mostly been friendly, and respectful. I've never had a problem with neighbors.
The apartments are large and roomy. The management is extremely responsive and understanding. The building is nice and relatively quiet. The roof has a beautiful 360 view of the city with a Jacuzzi and an outdoor lounge set-up. Kitchen appliances are up to date, washers and dryers are available in the units. I get to meet other students who are friendly and nice to live with. The best part was that any needed repairs were made in a timely manner; management is generally friendly and helpful. We’re graduating this year. Will definitely miss 507 Glenrock!
I moved in to 507 Glenrock in 2015. We just transferred to a three bedroom apartment which has large size bedrooms compared to the other building I saw. It's a bit pushing our budget but we like the leniency to get up to 6-7 roommates, and be able to distribute the rent accordingly. We really enjoy living here for reasons such as staff is always helpful and friendly and maintenance issues are well taken care of as far as I know. Property Management is very good in communicating upcoming events and concerns with the residents through texts and putting information flyers on the doors. They truly go that extra step to make you feel at home when you come in. Parking was never a problem too. I am a graduate student at UCLA and my main concern was the quietness, and I'm impressed that the noise level is quite reasonable. Overall, I'm enjoying it here.
Seriously DO NOT live here. I have no idea what all these other reviews are that say this place is so great I honestly think it might be the company posting false reviews. First of all when we moved in the place was supposed to be clean. Walking barefoot for more than 15 minutes on the first day, our feet were BLACK. Between the stove and counter was moldy food adhered to the stove, which the cleaning crew never cleaned. The hard wood is fake by the way, its not wood its some type of tile painted like wood, and its not even finished (glazed) so its SO hard to clean. In the first 2 MONTHS here, black shit flowed out of the drain in one of our tubs, both showers broke, the AC broke twice, had a gas leak, 2 sliding doors broke, the dishwasher broke, the fridge shelves fell apart and the "jacuzzi" on the roof turned green (this is NOT an exaggeration I swear! FACTS) I promise we are not rambunctious people, the place was just FALLING APART. On top of all of this, the manager said we'd get renovations Oct 1st, its now April and we have gotten NO renovations. They replaced our stove and dishwasher after about 3-4 weeks of them being broken and us first asking, then asking again, then reminding, then DEMANDING that they be fixed. Over this past year our water has turned off about 7-10 times, one time the bath tub faucet spewed water uncontrollably and almost flooded our apartment, luckily after being yelled at on the phone by the manager's boss about which knob to turn in the parking garage we were able to turn the water off.
I'm serious, just don't do it. Manager seems nice, the apartments seem ok. I'm sure some of them are. But theres no way for you to know if you're getting a shitty falling apart one like we did, or a decent one. The manager doesn't know anything, says he'll do things, then never does them. We probably won't get our security deposit back because they'll find some scratch on the wall they claim wasn't there before. Plus its over priced as shit. $4500 for a 3 bedroom this shitty? I don't think so. We literally almost got a lawyer to help us, it got that bad.
Again, DO NOT live here. Like ever.
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