Lived at Wasatch Commons for a year. The experience was fairly positive. The apartments we moved into were new so they were very clean and things worked as expected. We did have an issue with the brand new dishwasher after about 8 months but they were able to get it fixed pretty quick.
The administration (specifically Krista & Shantell) are pretty understanding and will work with you as long as you have open communication with them. We had a few issues come up here and there (such as lost keys or mixed up move out dates) and they always worked with us but I think it's important to be proactive about communicating with them. They were always kind during interactions.
The maintenance staff (Tom + Ryan) are the absolute best. Tom is a super nice guy who will go out of his way to make everyone in the complex feel comfortable and safe. He always went out of his way to bring dog treats to my dogs as well as other dogs and if any maintenance issues arose he was very prompt with dealing with them. He's the nicest guy and will always take care of anything you need. Easily the single greatest thing about living here is Tom.
Fantastic facilities that are well maintained. Pool / Hot Tub + small gym and clubhouse.
- The Highway can be very sketchy to turn out onto (especially southbound) because people tend to speed a lot along that highway.
- The apartment inspections seem fairly frequent, they just check the smoke detectors and its pretty quick but if you have pets you'll have to be prepared for that.
-In the winter months the ski resorts rent out apartments for their staff for the season. This can be hit and miss. We had some great interactions with the ski folks but also sometimes they'd be loud at night. One time we heard a commotion outside and saw a small crowd around two people who got into a pretty nasty fight.
-The internet data package is high and is not optional which is annoying.
-Generally expensive. That's pretty much everywhere right now though.
Overall it's a pretty good living space. I wouldn't want to call it a long term home but it was fun while it lasted.