Cherokee Apartments

Cherokee Apartments

Hours

Wednesday:
12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Thursday:
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday:
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday:
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday:
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Monday:
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday:
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Chamber Rating

Verified Member
2.8 - (30 reviews)
12
1
1
2
14
Read Our 30 Reviews

Chamber Rating

Verified Member
2.8 - (30 reviews)
12
1
1
2
14
  • Juanita Gardner

    I visited this property 1 yr ago and was disappointed in the appearance of the buildings and unprofessional inexperienced staff. Lots of upgrading needed.
    Mar 5th, 2022

  • Nicholas Wolfrom

    Terrible customer service.
    Feb 28th, 2022

  • Tom

    Could not find a Rental Business license for the property either, so the office cant legal enforce rent either, FYI.
    Sep 26th, 2021

  • Iris Brenneman

    I just stopped in to inquire about a 2 Br 1 bath apartment and was met at the office door by a very unfriendly person who told me there were no openings. I asked if there might be in the coming months and she said she didnt know. I asked what was included in the rental price and she closed the door then came back with a paper and read some prices off to me. I asked what the estimated electricity cost might be for the 995 square foot 2 BR 1 bath, and she said it depends on the person. I asked for a general estimate and she said she had no idea. I asked if I might make an appointment to see and apartment and she said there were no openings and none to look at. She seemed to have absolutely no knowledge of the facility or interest in customer service or leasing. I was a bit shocked by her unprofessional behavior. I took a walk around the property and saw that it looked run down. The lawn needed to be mowed, gutters appeared to be filled with debris, the air conditioner window units seemed to be quite old, and some of the windows were ill fitting and water stained around the outside edges which gave me concern that they may be extremely energy inefficient as well as leaky. This is a lovely neighborhood with convenient access to many businesses and universities. It may have been a nice apartment complex for many years after it was renovated 20-30 years ago. Unfortunately, I think there may now be significant management problems. The prices seem high when considering the age and condition of the structures and grounds. I would be concerned that the ownership or management agency may be experiencing financial distress. I would be cautious about wasting time and money on an application fee, or signing any lease agreement. This is a property with all the symptoms of serious decay/decline.
    Jul 28th, 2021

  • davidsfr60

    The sculpture at the intersection of McCallum Street and Wolcott Drive, on the property of Cherokee Apartments, is a disturbing distraction that threatens both the immediate safety of passers-by, both on foot and in vehicles, as well as the longer-term mental health and well being of those who see it. The sculpture is positioned in such a way as to be impossible to not see when approaching the spot on foot from any direction. It is also impossible not to see while driving south on Wolcott Drive or when turning at the end of McCallum Street in either direction, and nearly impossible if not impossible to not see while heading north on Wolcott Drive originating south of McCallum Street. The sculpture is by Peter Lundberg. In various interviews and statement Lundberg has said he seeks to explore dark and disturbing themes and ideas in his art, his pieces reflect this. His use of the media concrete and steel invariably results in something utterly bleak and desolate in appearance. By the standard he sets for himself, he succeeds. Other renown and esteemed sculptors from around the world hail his work and praise it's "ugliness" and "crudeness." Reactions to Lundberg's pieces from more casual viewers of art, as seen in a sample of news articles from various locations, have not been so receptive. They have in fact mostly been negative. Since art in public places is by definition meant to appeal to the general public, not just art world insiders, placement of self-proclaimed, self-evident "doom & gloom" art in highly visible public locations needs to be carefully weighed. It's perfectly valid for art to delve into the negative aspects of life. However, when art of that nature is displayed prominently to the masses, it can actually have a detrimental affect on the society as a whole, and to the overall quality of life.
    Jun 30th, 2021

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About
Cherokee Apartments

Ideally located in the historic Chestnut Hill neighborhood, Cherokee Apartments is a wonderful place to call home. Surrounded by lush landscaping, beautiful courtyards, and a magnificent sculpture garden, we offer modern one, two, and three bedroom apartments for rent in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Your new upscale living space features an open-concept floor plan, complete with contemporary hardwood flooring and built-in bookshelves. When you want to unwind, take in the picturesque views from your private balcony or explore the community walking trails with your pup. For a home that inspires comfort, convenience, and everyday relaxation, discover your favorite floor plan today at Cherokee Apartments.

Contact Info

  •   (267) 908-6258
  •   (267) 908-6258
  •   Website

Questions & Answers

Q What is the phone number for Cherokee Apartments?

A The phone number for Cherokee Apartments is: (267) 908-6258.


Q Where is Cherokee Apartments located?

A Cherokee Apartments is located at 7715 McCallum St, Philadelphia, PA 19118


Q What is the internet address for Cherokee Apartments?

A The website (URL) for Cherokee Apartments is: https://www.eaglerockproperties.com/apartments/pa/philadelphia/cherokee-apartments


Q How big is Cherokee Apartments?

A Cherokee Apartments employs approximately 20+ people.


Q What days are Cherokee Apartments open?

A Cherokee Apartments is open:
Wednesday: 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Thursday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday: 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Monday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM


Q How is Cherokee Apartments rated?

A Cherokee Apartments has a 2.8 Star Rating from 30 reviewers.

Hours

Wednesday:
12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Thursday:
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday:
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday:
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday:
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Monday:
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday:
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Ratings and Reviews
Cherokee Apartments

Overall Rating

Overall Rating
( 30 Reviews )
12
1
1
2
14
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Juanita Gardner on Google

image I visited this property 1 yr ago and was disappointed in the appearance of the buildings and unprofessional inexperienced staff. Lots of upgrading needed.


Nicholas Wolfrom on Google

image Terrible customer service.


Tom on Google

image Could not find a Rental Business license for the property either, so the office cant legal enforce rent either, FYI.


Iris Brenneman on Google

image I just stopped in to inquire about a 2 Br 1 bath apartment and was met at the office door by a very unfriendly person who told me there were no openings. I asked if there might be in the coming months and she said she didnt know. I asked what was included in the rental price and she closed the door then came back with a paper and read some prices off to me. I asked what the estimated electricity cost might be for the 995 square foot 2 BR 1 bath, and she said it depends on the person. I asked for a general estimate and she said she had no idea. I asked if I might make an appointment to see and apartment and she said there were no openings and none to look at. She seemed to have absolutely no knowledge of the facility or interest in customer service or leasing. I was a bit shocked by her unprofessional behavior. I took a walk around the property and saw that it looked run down. The lawn needed to be mowed, gutters appeared to be filled with debris, the air conditioner window units seemed to be quite old, and some of the windows were ill fitting and water stained around the outside edges which gave me concern that they may be extremely energy inefficient as well as leaky.
This is a lovely neighborhood with convenient access to many businesses and universities. It may have been a nice apartment complex for many years after it was renovated 20-30 years ago. Unfortunately, I think there may now be significant management problems. The prices seem high when considering the age and condition of the structures and grounds. I would be concerned that the ownership or management agency may be experiencing financial distress. I would be cautious about wasting time and money on an application fee, or signing any lease agreement. This is a property with all the symptoms of serious decay/decline.


davidsfr60 on Google

image The sculpture at the intersection of McCallum Street and Wolcott Drive, on the property of Cherokee Apartments, is a disturbing distraction that threatens both the immediate safety of passers-by, both on foot and in vehicles, as well as the longer-term mental health and well being of those who see it. The sculpture is positioned in such a way as to be impossible to not see when approaching the spot on foot from any direction. It is also impossible not to see while driving south on Wolcott Drive or when turning at the end of McCallum Street in either direction, and nearly impossible if not impossible to not see while heading north on Wolcott Drive originating south of McCallum Street.
The sculpture is by Peter Lundberg. In various interviews and statement Lundberg has said he seeks to explore dark and disturbing themes and ideas in his art, his pieces reflect this. His use of the media concrete and steel invariably results in something utterly bleak and desolate in appearance. By the standard he sets for himself, he succeeds. Other renown and esteemed sculptors from around the world hail his work and praise it's "ugliness" and "crudeness."
Reactions to Lundberg's pieces from more casual viewers of art, as seen in a sample of news articles from various locations, have not been so receptive. They have in fact mostly been negative. Since art in public places is by definition meant to appeal to the general public, not just art world insiders, placement of self-proclaimed, self-evident "doom & gloom" art in highly visible public locations needs to be carefully weighed. It's perfectly valid for art to delve into the negative aspects of life. However, when art of that nature is displayed prominently to the masses, it can actually have a detrimental affect on the society as a whole, and to the overall quality of life.


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