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Worst living situation I've ever had. The staff is incredibly rude and not helpful at all. I had 2 roommates that didn't like the color of my skin, so when I went to request a room change, they refused. Lynn, one of the property managers said that I should be "more tolerant of my white roommates", though I was being called a n****r on a daily basis. For the first 8 months of my lease, I hardly stayed there because I was afraid for my safety. They also refused to give me a mail box key. I was forced to call the police just to get my mail. Theres no privacy. Maintenance walks into your apartment and even your room unannounced and without any warning. Don't bother asking to get anything fixed in your apartment because they won't come by and fix it anyway. When I tried to contact management higher up, Tracey refused to give me the number. I finally had to contact the corporate office myself; and after all that they have still not returned any of my calls. If you are a college student or young professional looking for a reasonable apartment, DO NOT LIVE AT LIONS GATE! The walls are paper thin so you can hear verbadum conversations that are happening next door. I could go on and on about how horrible this place is...from the bad architecture to the musty moldy rooms to the infestiations of bugs to the unconsiderate and uncompassionate management. At the end of the day, they just want you you sign a lease so they can get a check.That's it.
Best Bet in the entire region for a luxury apartment at a pretty reasonable price. There's like the best 3 restaurants in the entire region, one of them 5 star dining... just up the road!
You could hike there, but you don't have to! They even provide free!... Lions Gate shuttle/limousine service!! Service goes all through the day to and from the school too! Love that! Also, the Lion Shaped Swimming pool and the outdoor fire pits, plus Jacuzzi is so sweet!
The girls from College Mansion were here on the day I visited! Woohoo!!!! Yeeeeahhhh!!!!
I never had an issue with hearing my neighbors, there is a huge community center with a state of the art gym, fully equip for just about any kind of bodybuilding you want to do.
Also, there are tanning beds here , a business center with internet, events and cookouts.
Have had problems with them as soon as I signed the lease. They placed me and my friend in an apartment with someone we didn't fit well with regardless of the form we filled out. Once moved in the apartment we had a problem with roaches coming out the cracks behind our refrigerator. On top of that my roommate noticed mold growing in her bathroom no less than a week after we moved in and the maintenance staff had the audacity to say "just get some soap and water to scrub it off". If I am expected to pay $609 a month ON TIME I should not have to deal with any problems a week after I move in, and for the duration of my lease. We called about once a month for the entire duration of our lease about there roach problem. Plus there is a ugly looking crack forming across the ceiling that they have yet to fix. Its like once we signed the lease they no longer cared about our living experience. I wouldn't recommend a fly to live in these "luxury" apartments, they are simply money hungry.
This place is great, you can literally move in and just bring your toothbrush and a few items from home, it's completely furnished including suede couches and trundle beds, there's a dishwasher, washer and dryer in the apartment itself (no more running to do that!)most of the utilities are included...
and they are putting in a brand new swimming pool this season!!!
I had a problem with a lamp that I brought from home, which was broken, the maintenance man was kind enough to fix it, even though he didn't have to.
I have had zero maintenance problems.
The staff has been very kind to me here, I could not ask for more.
I needed to get directions and help finding a few things locally, they went out of their way to help.
Oh! and there is also a shuttle over to the college!
The staff is really friendly... until you sign your lease!!! They harass their tenants and do not keep up with property renovations. The price is great, but the quality of the furniture and apartment is very low. Walls are paper thin, bedroom doors dont close all the way, electric is outrageous!! Stay away from this place!
Nice place for young professionals to live... close enough to everything yet far enough from campus. Apartments are newer, cleaner, and more modern than most other housing in the area. Bedrooms are small but there's plenty of space for 1-2 people per apartment. It's nice how each bedroom has it's own bathroom. The building that I'm in is quiet and I rarely hear anyone around me. There's always activities going on in the clubhouse like taco night, cookouts for sporting events, and wine/paint class. Lions Gate gets major points for having a pool and being pet-friendly!
Love the apartments. My fiance and I love the space. The living room is large. Beds comfortable. Gym is great pool is nice. People are friendly.
Great place great price nice staff awesome amenities and amazing for travel nurses!!
Lions Gate Apartments is the best housing company in all of Bloomsburg. It caters to families, professionals, graduate students, and even undergraduate students. The office is always helpful, and the maintenance crew is always at the ready to assist, whenever you need them. The pool, hot tub, full gym, tanning beds, weekly events at the club house, and the business center are all the things that separate Lions Gate from the other competitors.
The staff is super friendly and nice. However the WiFi they use, being pen Tele data, is horrible. It's below average and anything you want to watch or stream will always be had quality bc the WiFi can't handle it. $600 some a month should provide better wifi or at least an option for better
Just ok. Get's the job done for living, but would never do it for an extended period of time. Pool doesn't look clean and walls are paper thin. Also to backup what another poster said, the internet is absolutely atrocious and there is no option to switch providers. It'd be nice if they at least did something about it, but it's still unacceptably slow.
Get's the job done for living, but would never do it for an extended period of time. Pool doesn't look clean and walls are paper thin. Also to backup what another poster said, the internet is absolutely atrocious and there is no option to switch providers. It'd be nice if they at least did something about it, but it's still unacceptably slow.
Also, maintenance will come by without any warning and let themselves in. Woke up one morning to two of them sitting in my living room trying to fix the internet.
Take your money elsewhere, this place is terrible.
The apartments themselves are alright, they're furnished with generic looking furniture. The living room/kitchen is large and spacious, and the bathrooms and individual bedrooms are fairly nice. The largest problem that I had with lionsgate was the quality of the internet. The WiFi is such poor quality that I won't even be able to watch a YouTube video on 720p without buffering every 2 seconds. And if you hardwire your device to the internet, that isn't reliable either because service electric (the internet provider) is constantly doing maintenance and has the internet shut off.
Also, the bus stop needs a bus shelter.
All in all, I feel like I got ripped off. They are charging far too much for the facilities here.
OVER PRICED. Take advantage of you by charging you ridiculous extra fees. Never forwarded my mail when I moved out like promised. Cheap furniture. Paper thin walls. Rude staff.
Okay!! So i've lived here like two full years. My favorite place in Bloomsburg, PA. Brandon the manager is super awesome, really understanding, and also very kind. He really wants the best for his residents and for them to have a wonderful experience. all the people in the mgmt office are nice. It is simple - give respect, get respect. Will miss Lions Gate!! ps: I never really used the pool but I've heard some great things about it.
Lionsgate is a horrible place to live! I would advise you to look elsewhere. Management is horrible and none of the employees know how to do their jobs properly. It's really just a frustrating process to live there. So I would think twice, before you sign that lease. The pool and gym are okay, but the mold in the apartments, noisy conditions, and caliber of people living at Lionsgate are reasons good enough to not live there. Rent is always increasing and it's just not worth it!
DO NOT STAY AT LIONSGATE! This place is a horrible place to stay! The staff let my roommate and I take a tour of one of the rooms and told us one fee, but when we moved in months after signing the lease they gave us another, more expensive price. They lie. They also charge you for EVERY little thing possible and never make you aware of the charges until you don't have any other choice but to pay. The staff wasn't helpful. I asked for them to email me my lease once and they said I would get it in minutes. I never got it. They walls are paper thin so you can here everything. Everything about this place is cheap. Lionsgate is overpriced, dishonest, and not worth wasting your time. DO NOT LIVE AT LIONSGATE! All they care about is money and taking it from you. It's not worth the amount you pay to live there.
To go off of a previous comment about them taking your money a lot. I just want to say don't expect your deposit back. They charge $50 to shampoo the carpet in your room which is a rip off because when I moved in my carpet was nothing but stains. They charge another $50 to clean your room, which is also a rip off because it doesn't take that much to dust and clean a small room. And who knows what ridiculous thing they charge you with, with your last $50. Oh and to make it even better, they NEVER make you aware of these charges until you're moving out or a month later with what is suppose to be getting your deposit, but ends up being a billing of how they spent your deposit money. It's a TOTAL RIP OFF! DON'T STAY AT LIONSGATE APARTMENTS!
It’s nice having your own bedroom and bathroom but everything else about lionsgate is not the great. The wifi is absolutely HORRIBLE, the bedroom carpet had stains everywhere, the furniture in the living room and kitchen is falling apart, I’ve constabtly had to have maintenance come to fix my door because it doesn’t close right or lock a majority of the time, and the walls are super thin. It does have its perks but the flaws seem to out way the positive. Do NOT live here.
Do not live here! The apartments are small, the refrigerators are too small. Me and my roommates had to buy another mini fridge to have enough space. They charge you hidden fees and do not tell you about. They charge you an addition 10 dollars a month for a service fee. Moving out they charge you 50 dollars for a carpet cleaning and 30 for a cleaning fee for the general area when both of the roommates still live there. A complete rip off and not worth it at all
Maintenance always arrives in a timely manner if something needs fixed and we now have high-speed internet. It's generally quiet which is good for study time. The only thing I'm not satisfied with is the weight room. The equipment needs replaced or fixed. Also, there is no ATM on the property.
Lion’s Gate FULL Trusted Review
To Premise, I’ve reviewed hundreds of locations as an avid local guide and traveler.
Summary of Lion’s Gate
Lion’s Gate offers an exuberant amount of amenities. Their most common arrangement is a one year lease with a 3 Room apartment where you rent by the room. At the time of this post one Room is ~$700 where you share the apartment with two other tenants chosen by the office. ***Only one Occupant is permitted per room; That includes couples. You must lease two rooms if you have two people.*** I paid $660 per month in a one year lease during off season in 2018 for one room.
Lion’s Gate is a good place to live while in transition for 1-4 years. It has its quirks, but overall I would recommend them. If you’re seeking a long term stay, or are a graduate student in need of a quiet residence, I would suggest you ask about their Apollo line instead. Lion’s Gate MUST restructure their marketing. Also, if you work in the media or deal with harassment of any kind Lion’s Gate is an absolute safe haven. They will protect your privacy to a fault.
My roommate has someone else living in the apartments while he is at work...
Lions Gate is honestly a really good place to live, JUST NOT 2019-2020. They have been doing constructions at my building for the past 4 months (and it looks like it won't be done anytime soon). They start at 7am with hammering and banging. I don't think the construction workers know how thin the walls are because I can hear them talking and laughing. I have brought this up to the community twice and I am sure many people from my building have as well. The only response I've gotten was "oh they won't be there too long" or "everyone else have been very patient with the construction". I work many different shifts in the hospital and many times I am sleep deprived when I go to work (which is just bad patient care and an error to happen). Also, they have parked their huge construction trucks and cars in front of the entrance of the building overnight (see pictures). This is super dangerous and I am so glad nothing has happened yet.
Lions Gate community did a terrible job of responding to these concerns that our building have raised. They did not provide incentives for our building to have to deal with this for the past 4 months. I am sure when they start moving to remodel another building, many more will complain. My roommate who just moved in can no longer keep her cat in the apartment because the cat has been crying all day from the noise and it scared him.
I know I have said a lot of bad things about Lions Gate because of this situation. I cannot wait for the construction to be done. This community is otherwise very friendly. They have a really good gym and they try to provide events to the tenants here (almost like living in dorms with RAs). They have their own mechanic who comes in to fix anything and will replace light bulbs that needed replacing.
I think giving this place a 2 star right now is fair. Once the construction is done I will change this to represent a more accurate review. At this moment I am just furious!
My roommates and I really thought that living here our last year of college would be a fantastic experience. However, we couldn’t have been more wrong. We were never informed that construction would begin in October and would last well throughout the year. The construction began at 7 am and sometimes lasted until 8 pm. This made it extremely difficult to get any sleep for night clinical for my roommate and for any of us to get any work done in our own apartment. We never received a discount for the interruption, our parking spots were taken up my construction vehicles, AND they are charging us an $80 cleaning fee per person despite all of this. We were all so disappointed and never imagined that this would be the way we would spend our senior year. If there’s anything good that came out of the pandemic, it’s that we didn’t have to spend time there.
Conditions of living are better than most moldy places in bloom. Staff is subpar (mainly speaking on the manager and co-manager). Had to contact corporate at one point.Not too helpful. No matter how clean the apartment is when you leave you 10000% wont get your deposit back.
You would think they would be a bit more understanding to students during COVID pandemic. Overall, pretty messy establishment on the inside, with a little bit of makeup on the outside to draw you in.
(BU Students) It's too bad there isn't a no star review. The employees who work at this facility are incredible. They do their job, never give us a hard time, and usually always do it with a smile on their face. Then there is the owners... Some "hoity toity" guy named Bill Nye (not the science guy) owns the apartment complex and many others throughout the state of PA. I and many other residents, have had our amenities taken away from us and I am still expected to pay the full $659.00 rent. If that wasn't enough for you, they haven't even connected their business to the rating system here on google; and if that wasn't enough for you either, in Global Pandemic Bill Nye the science guy decides to have the employees send us an email about how we have to pay our rent because he needs to be able to "run the facilities and amenities" (which they also took away from us) and pay his employees... the emails from Bill about the pandemic and how we are supposed to handle everything as residents have a threatening tone. Reminding us that we have a binding contract, and will be given late fees and even be taken to court. I sadly am paying my bill, but that's because I can't afford the money for a good lawyer.
I can not believe this place is renting to a couple not in college or even has a job. Never called to see if they pay rent. This place needs to have the state look into them sounds like they are gonna take these to for a ride.
The employees were very kind and helpful, they made renting very easy and the apartments are nice for what they're priced at. They work well with college students and living here is enjoyable. They provide a lot of amenities for the people living here which is hard to find at other locations. Overall I've really enjoyed living at lionsgate.