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My girlfriend rented from Marshall Hall apartments for over 2 years, unit 207. A very small studio apartment for $750 a month (without parking). Old heaters so noisy it keeps her up all night, there’s no fan/vent over the stove. It was the most affordable place downtown at the time. Walking distance to the lake, parks and metro market, so she didn’t need a car. She was offered her first month’s rent free which was really nice. The property manager Juan I cant complain about. There are 2 elevators, one passenger and one large enough for furniture which was very helpful. Always in working condition. Deep cleaned her apartment, they gave her a whole month to move out after she decided to move. They let her stay on month to month for over a year after her lease ended which was really great flexibility when looking for a new place. Took a while to get her security deposit back tho. There was an occasional cockroach but it wasn’t a surprise and probably should be expected to some degree in such an old building. We did recommend her place to friends when she moved out. Very classy front entry I thought was cool.
Shoreline fairly prices their units and I’ve only had great experiences with management and our landlord at the Devonshire, Marvin. All maintenance requests were responded to in 24 hours or less. Only thing to note is the buildings (or at least our building) are older so things like loud radiators, creaky floors, and things breaking (like the lock for our mailbox) happen. It’s not Shorelines fault, just something to know before moving into these older (very cute and character filled!) apartments.
Place is full of cockroaches and silverfish. Laundry machines are always finicky and pausing every few minutes, or are even underpowered, making laundry a hassle every time. The landlord is nice, but he hardly responds to texts, and takes forever to get maintenance workers to my unit when I request so. Bathrooms are old and full of bugs, especially the aforementioned cockroaches and silverfish. The furnace works on an automatic schedule and is underpowered, so not enough heat generates to keep me warm. I had to use a space heater along with the furnace. The only redeeming quality this place has is the cheap rent, but I was charged a double security deposit which I think is asinine for any renting company to do, but I was running out of options at the time so that's why I still went with this place. I'm out of this place at the end of April, and I can't wait.
I’ve been renting from shoreline for almost 3 years now and have had a great experience! Fast maintenance replies when there has been small fixes, overall feel safe In the area and with the building and haven’t had any issues!
I've rented from Shoreline for a year now and it's been one of the better companies I've rented from in my 6 (non-consecutive) years of living in Milwaukee. Saint Clair manager Leo is nice, communicative and does a good job keeping the building clean. Tenants are respectful, maintenance requests are attended to in a timely manner. Every now and then the elevator goes out, so if you live on one of the top floors it's something to note. Signs are usually posted to communicate that a work order has been placed, and resolved within a day or so. I don't plan on moving anywhere anytime soon.