"When any company or complex comes under new management, you have to understand that there will be growing pains. I fully understand where a lot of the people who have posted legitimate bad reviews are coming from. Moved in in May and any issues we had, where quickly resolved. We moved into one of the newly renovated apartments and had all new counters, appliances, carpet, etc.
We had one issue with the dishwasher, but they quickly got out and replaced it with a brand new one(the one we had wasn't that old... as I said all new appliances, but I understand that with technology comes uncertainty.) We had issues with our air conditioning not running properly, and once we discovered that our electric bill was MUCH higher then others in the complex Ashley made sure to get maintenance out right away. Ashley was a god send when she was managing the front office of Avenue 33 and truly made sure that the complex was maintained with pain staking detail.
Since the owners who bought Avenue 33 have bought Cambridge Point and Ashley has been move from us to them, things haven't been up to the standards of what we became used to with Ashley, but I also recognize that the maintenance team was split into two teams so that they could start working on both properties. This being said, they need to beef up the number of maintenance employees, simply because if one is out sick, they get put seriously behind on their work load.
Overall the experience though has been a positive one. I feel if you communicate with out being rude and nasty, things go further. If you treat the people with respect they do the same to you. With all of this being said, its just a matter of time before Avenue 33 is one of the top complexes in the Clayton County area. The new owners are really working to make it a very nice, quite place to live, with a upscale tropical kind of feel if that makes since."