No its not
I pay almost $1400/month to live at Riverland Woods. The one time I needed emergency maintenance, my air conditioner broke on a ridiculously hot day. The maintenance guy refused to fix it and was incredibly rude. Hung up on me twice. Refused to let me speak to his supervisor. Apartments look nice, but expect to be treated like trash when you actually have a problem. Every other place I've lived they would fix something like that right away instead of forcing you to sleep in a sauna. Buyer beware!
The City of North Charleston notified the residents that they must vacate by the end of the month. So much for your "best of". Perhaps CCP shouldn't have killed the story I was working on with one of your writers nearly a year ago when my building was condemned by the city.
If you can read those and STILL think this is the "Best Apartment Complex" your all idiots!
This is a joke... Guess Greystar is stroking the CP cock pretty hard!
I never understood people complaining about parking. Why doesnt anyone park at the huge parking lot in front of Teeter and walk a half black????
Off the top of my head, how about this?:
Two thumbs up!
But there's nowhere to park. So get there around 6 or 7 if you want to park in less than 8 or 9 blocks away from it.
Thanks, Kinsey! Haha!
This is not a fundraising event. While they do raise funds the folks at the Cooper River Bridge Run are a for profit entity. They solicit donations for charities along with registration fees but it is not a charitable event.
Best Tour Company Ever!
Way to go Bulldog Tours!!
Wagener Terrace is the biggest and best neighborhood downtown!
Circular is second only to the Unitarian Church!
And don't forget about Sperry Top-Sider Charleston Race Week. It's that largest sailing regatta of it's kind in the Western Hemisphere, right here in Chucktown April 10-14. Anyone can attend the post-race parties at the Charleston Harbor Resort and Marina at Patriot's Point. www.charlestonraceweek.com
Those minivans they use aren't too green
This does not warrant further exchange. God bless.
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