How to be brief but to the point? They are pleasant as can be when they take you on the tour. But move in and that is the end of the niceties. The parking sucks, the gate is always broken because the tenants are too lazy or stupid to remember the code. The buildings are painted horrendous barrack like colors, the grounds are constantly being blown and tended but the apartments are falling apart, dismal, cabinets uneven, food compactors always breaking, A/Cs always leaking, bugs everywhere, old stoves, older refridgerators and THE WORST bathtubs we have ever seen. Instead of paying a little more and getting the one part, seamless tub replacements, they bought the cheapest crappy tub parts that go in in a few pieces so they're always moldy, dirty and full of crud. You CANNOT keep them clean nor can you ever get them clean from the get go. Towel racks that, only due to incompetent maintenance personnel, were put into the walls too far apart so the tenants have to crazy glue the bars in to hold their towels. Cabinet doors that again due to incompetent but NO DOUBT cost effective to the cheap management here, are a different grain than the cabinets themselves, are hung off angle, have huge holes where the screws were haphazardly drilled in. Poor pest control so you have to buy your own roach traps. Poorly wired electricity so the apartments are not only dark and depressing but your electric bill is higher than other places with the same number of tenants and rooms. Issues that require maintenance? Don't hold your breath. Even stuff they themselves break, can wait up to 6 months to be fixed. But pay your rent late by 3 days? They hit you with $90 in late fees. No matter that the standard time frame before any action is taken nearly every where else in the country, is 5 days. Nope. TPC despite their glaring flaws, chooses to act like a high end establishment when it comes to how long they will wait for a rent check, when it isn't even late. Then there's the "clothes care center". Sounds fancy, doesn't it? Well not only can you not pay by coins, but they make you leave the complex and pay for a money order to then pay them to put money on your card. Nice, huh? They do nothing for their tenants but inconvenience and condescend to them, but have the nerve to post a $200 referral fee sign at the entrance as if anyone would recommend this dump to even an enemy.