Parkwood Manor: Reviews

We think this community is top-notch. But don't just take our word for it. Read what our residents have to say about living here. Their experiences tell the story: living here means living here means living more.

Google Reviews

Parkwood is a nice, well kept neighborhood. Inside and out. The new management team that I’ve met so far, is friendly and very helpful. I definitely wouldn’t mind Parkwood becoming my new home.

- Teasha Winslow


Beth is such a delight! She made everything very easy and addressed all my concerns and questions. Thank God for Beth.

- Jae Bush


Anyone who is moving knows ,it’s a process looking for a place to live. However with good people such as Melissa Ekker property manager of Parkwood Manor.Remained consistent with helping me through the application process. Very professional and knowledgeable of her job. That alone makes moving a lot easier and less stress. This is truly the perfect community to call home.

- Venus Jones


I would recommend these apartments to anyone looking for a nice place to live. The maintenance staff are great and are very responsive also the office manager (Melissa's) is very attentive to the needs of the tenants. Parking is always available and your car and belongings are safe. Apts are nice and spacious and pet friendly and is a good value with all utilities added except electricity. I spoke to a few potential neighbors before moving in and I received positive feedback and support from them also. I would definitely recommend Parkwood Manor apartments!

- Rick Horton


I absolutely love my apartment! The floodplain is great, the way the sun comes in is amazing! The bad part is maintenance! There's a great 24hr hotline but there's a clear communication barrier between the service, us tenants, the office, and maintenance. Something as simple as changing the battery in the smoke detector took a whole week until I finally took them all down and changed the batteries myself. THEN the office called smh!! I would've done it initially but if anything goes wrong, the office will charge the tenants. If the call is for the smoke alarm, why not come prepared with batteries instead of ignoring the tenants for a whole week? They work backwards

- A Glee