List of apartments that generate complaints

Oklahoma City says these apartments generate complaints about poor living conditions.
Oklahoman Published: May 6, 2013

Occupied. 13 code violations for problems including dilapidated structures, junk and debris, and the building being unsecured. As of Friday, owners NE Metro LLC owed $26,937.03 in back property taxes. Messages left by phone for Property Management Services Inc., a property manager listed in the county treasurer's records, were not returned.

Lantana Apartments, 7408 NW 10 St.

Unoccupied. 41 code violations for problems including dilapidated buildings, poor exterior maintenance, graffiti, and high grass and weeds. As of Friday, owner AMG Riverton LLC of Santa Monica, Calif. owed $153,204.89 in back property taxes and unpaid liens.

Stonybrook West, 3109 N Portland Ave.

Occupied. Five code violations for dilapidated structures, poor exterior maintenance and unsecured buildings. As of April 23, owner Stonybrook West LLC had paid $32,769.08 in property taxes owed to Oklahoma County. Messages left by phone and by a reporter and photographer who stopped by the Stonybrook West apartment complex office were not returned.

University Pointe Apartments, 1509 NW 30 St.

Occupied. 55 code violations for problems including poor exterior maintenance, graffiti, and junk and debris. As of Friday, owner Westview Manor LLC of Los Angeles owed $1,953.40 in unpaid liens. A woman who answered the phone at a number supplied by a manager at University Pointe declined to comment.

Joey Stipek, Staff Writer



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