Copper Beech Parkway Plaza State College
3.64 stars735 Reviews
Average Review Rating:

3.64

/5 stars

735 Reviews

ORA Power Ranking:
59

/100

Rating Breakdown:
5
141
4
257
3
204
2
87
1
46
ORA Power Ranking:
59

/100

Average Review Rating:

3.64

/5 stars

735 Reviews

ORA Power Ranking:
59

/100

Rating Breakdown:
5
141
4
257
3
204
2
87
1
46
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5 stars
Love parkway plaza because the price is fair, neigbours are friendly, the management team is responsive, and the parking space is sufficient!
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4.5 stars
It's really great living here. Reasonable price with all amenities included. So dont have to worry about all other utility costs. Weis supermarket is walking distance from here. Campus is 20 min walk if one prefer to walk during summer. Bus stop is 2 min away. Its good
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5 stars
Overall a great experience, my neighbors are loud sometimes and someone on the top floor of my building throws firecrackers down into the parking lot but I am unsure who it is and unsure what apartment it comes from.
0.5 stars
Too many unannounced water shut offs, water is at a trickle from the bathroom tap the entire lease, roaches everywhere, AC is weak most of the time, AC out of commission too often, residents steal your mail.
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5 stars
It’s a great location with amazing staff. They’re diligent in addressing any questions or concerns that come up in a friendly and efficient manner.
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4 stars
Quick maintenance response and friendly staff. But the laundry rooms need more sanitation. Internet could be down randomly for a bit but overall it’s ok.
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3 stars
The overall experience is Okay. But, building need maintenance. (Ex Lobby, Hallway, utility and floor etc.) Too old and called maintenance often. (Sometimes maintenance was not helpful because it required full renovation)
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0.5 stars
could be much better! Place is definitely not recommended at all. My whole lease was sending work order because everything was either old or not working.
1 star
I will not suggest Parkway plaza to anyone. It was my first experience of life in the USA and the worst one. I did not have a good life there.
4 stars
It’s true that employers hire people, not pieces of paper. On the other hand, an impressive resume that documents evidence of academic excellence, demonstrated leadership, personal initiative and well developed social skills will definitely get the attention of corporate recruiters and hiring managers. The key is to present written credentials that depict you as a collegian who “stands out from the crowd” as an exceptionally qualified prospective hire.
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