I stayed with Cheyenne Crossings for about a year and a half from early 2020 to 2021. Overall, I had a very good experience and only moved out to buy a house and get some more space.
The staff are awesome and extremely helpful. Any time I had questions they were great and immediately helped fix the one mechanical issue I had with my fridge while I was there.
The apartments themselves are fairly nice. They recently installed new windows and put in different heating/cooling units that help you control the temperature in the apartments much better.
The pool and fitness center are nice, but I wasnât able to use them much because of COVID, so I canât really comment on them. The apartments are âgatedâ but they never shut the electronic gates at the entrances. Still, I never really had an issue with solicitors even being close to the road. Parking can get tight if you donât pay for the covered parking spots and the parking lot itself needs some repairs. I also highly recommend getting a separate WiFi for more reliable and faster service, if you can afford it.
My only real issues are mostly from other tenants. Because pets are allowed at the apartments, you will hear a lot of barking from people walking their dogs or nearby apartments. Some tenants are also pretty bad at picking up after their pets. In the mornings, you can hear people drive loud cars down the road parallel to the apartments.
If you work on Fort Carson, the location is unbeatable. The convenience of being so close to post and accessing all of the gates down 115 is fantastic and saves you a lot of time. Youâre close to two grocery stores, a gas station, a few good restaurants and can easily access downtown, which is also extremely convenient. Accessing the incline, Pikes Peak, the Garden of the Gods, or really anything else in the area is very straightforward and usually within a 20-30 minute drive.
I would definitely recommend the apartments to anyone new to the area or who works in the southern part of the springs. Itâs got a good location, great staff, and a lot of nearby conveniences. You can find cheaper places to rent in the springs, but for all of the above reasons I think it ends up being worth it.