You don't want to live here nor do you want your son or daughter in college to live here. There are many good reasons to justify this assertion. My neighbor is one excellent example (and a rather extreme representation of the general community). She has noisy parties nightly (Sunday, Monday, Tuesday....). I have to walk through a mob of people smoking to get outside my door. I hear screaming and carrying on of all sorts until 5-6 a.m. In the morning, there is often puke and other messes on the sidewalk from hers and others parties. There is a rotating gang of men leaving and entering her apartment from the front door and back window which she leaves open. She props the apartment community's gates open all night so that she does not have to let her guests in or out. Because I frequently ask her and her guests to quiet down, these strangers harass me, calling me b**** and so on, and make foul gestures as they pass my door. Drama often ensues the questionable relationship she has with the many men who sleep over: One night she did not let a couple of men in and after banging on her door for an hour they slept on the apartment grounds. As this story suggests, a good nights rest is impossible. Notably, the daytime hours are not peaceful either. Throughout the day, she leaves her door open and blasts music into the courtyard. All in all, management is not proactive in addressing these and other issues. If they were, I wouldn't have lost months and months of sleep and sanity.
The rambling list of grievances I relate here are a partial list of a host of problems I experienced living at Pico Lanai. Thankfully, I have just moved from this horrible living situation. Yet, to add insult to injury, the company kept a large chunk of my security deposit despite my very attentive cleaning (and the apartment wasn't very clean moving in) as well as an absence of any damage to the apartment. Totally S*** place to live!!!