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My car got booted after living there for 3 months because i was given the wrong parking sticker for underground parking. Management was great at getting my account credited for their error. Love the location, very central to everything in Provo.
I rented from fall 2017 through spring 2018.
The only redeeming qualities at Liberty Square are the amenities, location, and social life. If it weren’t for those, this place would be a joke. Cleaning checks are a joke, the rent is pretty high, and the management isn’t very good. But hey, it’s all about what you want to pay for
I rented from spring 2018 through summer 2018.
Love it here! Management has been extremely quick with maintenance repaires (same day or next day). Close to campus, social wards ranging from 19-23 year olds. Gym sometimes has out of order equipment, but it\'s not bad at all. In my experience the apartments have always been well-kept. Parking...kinda lame if you don\'t have a pass, but that\'s not unusual for south provo housing.
I rented from winter 2018 through winter 2018.
Don\'t. Rent. Here. PLEASE READ THIS BEFORE SIGNING. I guarantee you and your friends can finds somewhere better for cheaper. Plus they force you to sign a year round contract. If you object, they like to encourage you by saying it will be easy to sell the spring/summer part of the contract because these apartments are so popular, but that is a bull-faced lie. About 3/4 of the guys in my ward wanted to move out in the summer for internships or job opportunities outside of Provo/Utah. 1 or 2 guys got lucky enough to sell their contracts (by paying the guys who eventually bought them.) A bunch of guys moved but weren\'t able to sell and they had to just pay the remainder of the year\'s rent as sunken costs, and the rest of us just had to suck it up and live here for the summer. Also, they kick you out a week before finals for the summer term, so even if you resign to staying in Provo and you want to take classes, you are screwed for finals week unless you want to give up even more money just to stay just a few days longer. And to make things worse, the wifi went out during one of the finals weeks, and they took 48 hours to get it fixed. Also, the walkway/stairs leading up to our doors is very disgusting and never clean. And if you fail cleaning checks, they will charge you to send a professional to clean your apartment, but they will never actually send a professional to clean your apartment. Very crappy ownership that takes advantage of students ever since Liberty took over. Renting here is a bad financial decision.
I rented from fall 2016 through fall 2017.
Sneaky at taking your money. Seems that they always had a reason to charge you for something! soo hard to have peope come over because their is no parking. parking passes were also ridiculously priced. the only thing i liked was the gym. MOLDY bathrooms. disgusting.
I rented from fall 10 through winter 11.
don't take the advertised rent as how much you'll be paying.i ended up paying about 70 dollars per month more than what was due in my contract for "utilities"
Liberty has changed so much for the better. I moved in just after all the apartments got new carpet, microwave, dishwasher, and refrigerator. We also have a 42" TV with cable in every apartment. Newly painted exterior make it look more modern. It is a great place for a social life and if you get a parking pass, get the underground one.
I rented from Fall '14 through Winter '15.
Paid $250 deposit,was told we had a space for our daughter. Checked with them a month later they were full. Requested to have deposit sent back to our home address. It's been two months and we still have not received our deposit in the mail, after many, many phone calls and promises that it would or had been sent.
Not pleased with the management of Liberty Square. Good at taking your money, but have a hard time, and are slow returning your money after they have filled their apartments
Liberty Square is different now than what it sounds like it once was. In November Redstone Residential took over as management, and they are excellent. They have been doing a lot of remodeling and adding neat new features. They have always responded quickly to repair requests, which have usually been for minor things just because I'm kind of picky that way. Nothing major has broken in my apartment. The cost of a parking permit is exorbitant - about $70-80. Be aware that the wards are mostly just-returned RMs and 18-20 year-old girls. For some reason this place has historically attracted mostly those age groups. If you are any older than that it can be hard to fit in. Our ward (36th ward) also had two houses across the street with girls of ages 24-30, and it was pretty obviously awkward for them. Just be aware of this before you move in. Other than my awkward ward, and the cost being too high for my budget, I love living here and am sad to leave.
I rented from Fall 2013 through Winter 2014.