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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 $2,310.0
1 bed / 1 bath $2,400.0
1 bed / 1 bath $2,695.0
2 bed / 2 bath $3,670.0
3 bed / 3 bath $6,360.0
* Prices, specials, and floorplan availability subject to change without notice
One Hill South Amenities
User Reviews
 Rated 1.0 / 5 stars by 5 residents
unknown user
September 9, 2018
Rated 1 / 5 stars
“Extreme disappointment ”

I moved in in December 2017, and ever since I have had issue after issue after issue, and to this day some of them have not been addressed. SECURITY in this building is shotty at best. Anyone can walk right into the building unchallenged. We have a Facebook Page which has the history of all that is currently going on in this Building. The high turn over rate of staff has been incredible. As of this post, tenants, and pets have been getting sick from the unbearable contamination of gasoline in the construction next door to the point where we have requested special filters be installed in our units. This has been going on for over a month with no resolution in sight. Tenant mobilization is currently underway to try and find how to best them to realize that we have rights as well, and will not succumb to the level of treatment as Avoid this place for now. The building is beautiful and rents expensive, the building boasts of " 5 Star White Glove Service", but that has been nothing but a myth for me thus far.

unknown user
September 8, 2018
Rated 1 / 5 stars
“Just keep walkin”

Management will just lie to your face, and blow smoke to get you to go away. Took me 6 months of constant complaining to get the broken back door fixed to the bike room. Now this company is starting a pecong phase next door and the whole building smells like gas to the point tenants have to leave the building in order to get relief from the fumes. Management doesn't care and refuse to acknowledge the problem when it is happening. Building is not secure and concierges often let random people in who do not live in the building. We have lived here for 1.5 years and management have never followed through with anything promised. A million promises on signing the lease only to have none of it come through. When confronted with issues their response is always they are waiting on contractors and never take responsibility. Dont move here if you want 5 star service as advertised.

unknown user
September 8, 2018
Rated 1 / 5 stars
“Most expensive one star living”

It smells like we live in an abandoned gas station. The only positive are the concierges and janitors in the building. Management couldn’t care less. No transparency and will deny any wrongdoing. Save your money!

unknown user
July 31, 2018
Rated 1 / 5 stars
“Stay Away”

Beautiful building but it does not make up for their shady and deceptive leasing practices. They will say whatever is necessary to get you to sign a lease, including complete falsehoods. Generally unpleasant to even have guests over as they will only let you have two friends over at a time in the amenity space and god forbid you have someone else show up because they are watching on camera and will hunt you down. Overall the worst experience of all places I have lived. From lack of communication starting on the day I moved in (lease was already signed so what do they care) to the complete disregard for integrity and working with their residents to address issues up until the day I escaped...er vacated. This is a warning to not let the shiny building distract you from the reality that awaits.

unknown user
October 7, 2017
Rated 1 / 5 stars
“BEWARE!!!!”

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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Reviews around the Neighborhood
unknown user
13th and U Streets NW
Awesome neighbourhood full of bars and restaurants and character and just a fun filled place.
unknown user
RIT
Great alternative to DT DC
We moved to Pentagon City for the lower taxes. The Gramercy was a great deal (much cheaper than other VA suburbs) and in a great location. It was walkable to the metro, and less congested than the city.
unknown user
RIT
Best location in DC
This was the perfect location between Dupont, Georgetown, and Foggy Bottom. The downside is that it was expensive and rampant with GU kids. 2400M was a nice building, but they were increasing prices like crazy, and the GU kids were tripling-up in the rooms.
review user
Stanford
Close to Adamns Morgan & Dupont
This is a great location because it's two blocks away from Adams Morgan. Awesome nightlife, bars, restaurants, etc. It's also close to Dupont. The one negative is that it isn't close to a Metro stop which makes communiting a bus affair.
unknown user
Yale
Pet friendly!
One of the few DC apartment buildings that allows dogs over 50 pounds.
unknown user
Stanford, Michigan
Eclipse
Awesome building. Quiet, nice amenities...only problem is distance from any metro stop!
review user
Maryland
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.
review user
Stanford, Northwestern
Post Mass Ave
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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