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One Hill South

28 K St SE, Washington, 20003, DC

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One Hill South Description
Floor Plans
Layout Size Price
Studio $2,395.0
1 bed / 1 bath $2,505.0
1 bed / 1 bath $3,180.0
2 bed / 2 bath $3,495.0
2 bed / 2 bath $3,635.0
* Prices, specials, and floorplan availability subject to change without notice
One Hill South Amenities
User Reviews
unknown user
October 7, 2017
Rated 1 / 5 stars

Well for one this is a beautiful property without the Septic Pipe Leaks in apartments and water leaks, an egostatical and arrogant Regional Manager named Stephen Giambrone

who allows permanent employees to come in drunk and harrassing residents while he gives the bare minimum service to residents paying basically over 3000/mo.... If anything goes wrong in your apartment he will let you know thru the property manager cause he's a coward that you are not priority and your problem can wait because it doesnt concern his precious Rooftop. Permanent employees cleaning apartments while on the clock instead of cleaning the building( isnt this stealing time?) and talking to other employees disrespectfully who might i add still is employeed but unreliable and irresponsible. She doesnt stay in an employees place calling other employees questioning them as if she is their supervisor but no one peeps a word.... Back to Stephen Giambrone.

He is a very insensitive person who shouldnt have a job where human communication and interaction is necessary.... He's Customer Service is doodoo! I dont not understand how these people still have jobs!

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Pet friendly!
One of the few DC apartment buildings that allows dogs over 50 pounds.
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Best Location in the city
Right off of 14th Street with access to both the new restaurants and shops of 14th Street, near the P Street Wholefoods, and walking distance to U Street bars is the best place right now to live in DC. Lots of new hotspots going in all the time and development in the housing market. You can walk to everything and the neighborhood has an ecclectic and vibrant feel.
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Great building. Walk anywhere from here! Whole foods nearby, 14th st bars, U St, Dupont. Great rooftop pool. Amazing location. Only downside is expensive prices that go up every month
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