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151 reviews
|Residential Leasing|Tempe, AZ 85281 United States

2100 N Scottsdale Rd, 2100 North Scottsdale Road, Tempe, AZ 85281 United States

(480) 945-8423

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Nestled in a park-like setting, between downtown Tempe and Old Town Scottsdale, Scottsdale Gateway is a newly remodeled, pet- friendly apartment community with studios, one-, and two-bedroom apartments for rent. Nine distinctive floor plans feature new kitchens with energy-saving appliances, new cabinets and countertops, upgraded bathrooms, spacious closets, new lighting and wood-style flooring. Premium amenities include three sparkling swimming pools, one heated year-round, a hot tub, a 24-hour fitness center, play area, picnic and barbeque area, business center and 3 on-site laundry centers. Scottsdale Gateway is minutes from the 101 and 202 freeways, with easy access to Papago Park, ASU,

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Allison H. review for Scottsdale Gateway Phase II
Allison H. on Citysearch

10 years ago

09/04/2013, 03:55 AM
DO NOT LIVE HERE!!! It can be tempting because the apartments are pretty good for the price, but it is not worth dealing with the management company. First, we were given inaccurate information by Christine when we asked for itemized costs of living here on our tour. She also told us that our unit would be "just like" the tour unit. On the day we went to sign our lease and move in, additional costs were piled on in our lease (almost $50 per month over the numbers she had given us), and the huge storage closet that we had seen on our first-floor unit tour was entirely taken up by a ventilation system on the second floor, so the storage we had counted on was gone! We had our stuff packed up and out of the former apartment and had no choice but to move forward with the move-in. When it came time to move out, we rented a steamer for the carpets and deep cleaned the whole apartment, to make it move-in ready. We then received a bill stating that they were keeping our security deposit and charging us an extra $150 dollars for "deep cleaning." It seemed that they had taken advantage of the fact that our out-of-state move made it impossible for us to be there for the walk-through. I couldn't even get a call back to discuss the charges! Every other apartment I have lived in expects to pay for normal wear and tear after a tenant moves out, but even though we had patched and repainted all holes and steamed the carpets, they wanted even more money, stating that it "wasn't their responsibility" to make our apartment ready for the next tenant. It was another example of apartments near campus taking advantage of young renters.
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