I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at Centennial Commons, but you kind of have to be the right kind of person to really appreciate it. The management is decent and reasonable to work with, and the maintenance staff is very helpful, if you let them know that you have a problem they will fix it for you. Centennial does take low income housing, and that is either a big positive or a big negative depending on where you stand. The neighbors are sometimes a little different. There a lot of young families around, so it might get a little noisy at times with kids playing, and there are some extremely eccentric people who call this place home. For me both of those things are positives, I love hearing kids play inn the background and talking to some of the eccentric neighbors in the halls. But if you're a recluse and want total peace and quiet this probably isn't the place for you. I should emphasize that in spite of the eccentricities of the clientele the neighborhood seems pretty safe, I've never been uncomfortable about my safety. The only violence that I am aware of has been domestic, which sadly is probably inherent in a low income community like this. There are a couple annoying things about Centennial, the halls smell terrible and the laundry is super janky. If you're the wrong kind of person you may very well hate it here, but I have had a very good experience. I'm leaving now, and the truth is I'm kind of sad to go.