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Quail Creek Apartments Complaints & Reviews

Quail Creek Apartments - Kansas, Kansas City / child endangerment endangering public safety

Sep 04, 2018

Management of Quail Creek Apartments located 913 N. 72nd St. Kansas City Kansas 66112, are aware the lower level units of the back building 7166 Armstrong Ave are uninhabitable. Raw black sewage from the manhole backs up into the apartments flooding the hallway and apartments. No one should be signing leases for the units. Families with small children are left to marinate in the units all day until carpet restoration people come out to suck up the sewage and put fans on the carpet. Then they sprinkle a little deodorant. Disgusting and embarrassing. Marissa the apartment manager told...

Quail Creek Apartments - Kansas, Kansas City / apartments uninhabitable

Dec 31, 2017

I signed a lease for the Quail Creek apartments located at 913 N 72nd Street in Kansas City, KS 66112. I had asked for a lower level unit not knowing the buildings at 7166 Armstrong Avenue were deemed uninhabitable because of black sewage filling the entire units about every three months. The owners and managers at the time of me signing the lease, were well aware of the ongoing problem. My next door neighbor told me they had been there for about seven years and it happened all the time. They had small children, I wondered why they stayed. About two months of me being there the owner sold the...

Quail Creek Apartments - Kansas, Kansas City / flooding causing black mold

Nov 01, 2016

Many of the tenants at Quail Creek apartments are not smart enough to realize that putting diapers, and socks down the toilets is going to mess up the plumbing in the entire building. Almost every week, many tenants apartments floods from other tenants problem flooding Now it has caused black mold to grow in the apartments. The carpets are soaked. The laundry room is always broken so you have to go off the premises to wash your clothing. Management is unwilling to fix the plumbing and mold problem