Heritage Estates

Heritage Estates

Hours

Wednesday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday:
Closed
Sunday:
Closed
Monday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Chamber Rating

3.2 - (15 reviews)
6
1
3
0
5

About
Heritage Estates

Heritage Estates is located at 555 Elizabeth Ave in Newark, New Jersey 07112. Heritage Estates can be contacted via phone at (973) 282-2001 for pricing, hours and directions.

Contact Info

  •   (973) 282-2001

Questions & Answers

Q What is the phone number for Heritage Estates?

A The phone number for Heritage Estates is: (973) 282-2001.


Q Where is Heritage Estates located?

A Heritage Estates is located at 555 Elizabeth Ave, Newark, NJ 07112


Q What days are Heritage Estates open?

A Heritage Estates is open:
Wednesday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed
Monday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM


Q How is Heritage Estates rated?

A Heritage Estates has a 3.2 Star Rating from 15 reviewers.

Hours

Wednesday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday:
Closed
Sunday:
Closed
Monday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday:
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ratings and Reviews
Heritage Estates

Overall Rating

Overall Rating
( 15 Reviews )
6
1
3
0
5
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ADUANABA FLIMS on Google

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C V on Google

image I have been living here for a year now, and the most recent review below is absolute bullsh—. This past winter, I had to purchase my own heater because the one in my apartment is not working. The electric in my apartment occasionally goes out randomly, and there have been instances where my water either changes color, (i have brought glasses full of green water to the office) or it is shut completely without my prior knowledge. Aside from these issues in the last year, the most recent mechanical issues are with the elevators. After months of both elevators working only occasionally, both are now out. We are being told it will take SIX MONTHS to repair. All residents are expected to use the stairs or the freight elevator which took TWO YEARS to fix in the first place. With COVID, we originally were allowed 3 people per elevator ride. But now, the freight elevator is in constant use, stopping at nearly every floor, with 7-8 people cramming in at a time. You must leave your apartment 10-15 mins ahead of time if you want to catch the elevator. Yesterday, 6/3/21, i crammed into the elevator with my dog, a woman, a girl with a scooter, a man with a full size grocery cart & an elderly man with a wheelchair; he had to literally TUCK his feet into the grocery cart. This is originally a 55+ & elderly building and there is absolutely no reason why this man, who is handicapped, should succumb to riding an elevator so uncomfortably. Today alone, I’ve been on the elevator with him 3times and its only 3pm. Just now there was an incident where a younger man fainted on the elevator - i can only imagine why??? Stopping at every floor and compiled into a small elevator with 7-8 other people, I’m not shocked. But with zero compassion, i overhead a maintenance worker - WHO ALSO LIVES IN THE BUILDING - tell about 6-8 residents that “the only way the building will be renovated is if all tenants move out.” How about we just stop paying rent????? With ALL OF THE ABOVE being said - I watched my neighbor across move out, the apartment was torn up & renovated with new floors, appliances, cabinetry, etc and yet the building itself is in shambles. Absolutely disgusting. I’ve already called building code of Newark twice this week, so let’s see if i can update this review with something nice.


Pert Cohen-Rivera on Google

image I have lived here comfortably for 3 years. The Maintenance Staff keeps the building clean and repairs are addressed fully. On site Market offers a variety of foods, household items and OTC Medical supplies. The spacious laundry room has several washers and dryers. Tenants are friendly, 24 hour Security and ATM make this building safe, convenient and a place to call home.


Sanjit Mukherjee on Google

image Well .. certainly not a place to stay with young children.


Christina Collazo on Google

image Gross


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ADUANABA FLIMS on Google

image


C V on Google

image I have been living here for a year now, and the most recent review below is absolute bullsh—. This past winter, I had to purchase my own heater because the one in my apartment is not working. The electric in my apartment occasionally goes out randomly, and there have been instances where my water either changes color, (i have brought glasses full of green water to the office) or it is shut completely without my prior knowledge. Aside from these issues in the last year, the most recent mechanical issues are with the elevators. After months of both elevators working only occasionally, both are now out. We are being told it will take SIX MONTHS to repair. All residents are expected to use the stairs or the freight elevator which took TWO YEARS to fix in the first place. With COVID, we originally were allowed 3 people per elevator ride. But now, the freight elevator is in constant use, stopping at nearly every floor, with 7-8 people cramming in at a time. You must leave your apartment 10-15 mins ahead of time if you want to catch the elevator. Yesterday, 6/3/21, i crammed into the elevator with my dog, a woman, a girl with a scooter, a man with a full size grocery cart & an elderly man with a wheelchair; he had to literally TUCK his feet into the grocery cart. This is originally a 55+ & elderly building and there is absolutely no reason why this man, who is handicapped, should succumb to riding an elevator so uncomfortably. Today alone, I’ve been on the elevator with him 3times and its only 3pm. Just now there was an incident where a younger man fainted on the elevator - i can only imagine why??? Stopping at every floor and compiled into a small elevator with 7-8 other people, I’m not shocked. But with zero compassion, i overhead a maintenance worker - WHO ALSO LIVES IN THE BUILDING - tell about 6-8 residents that “the only way the building will be renovated is if all tenants move out.” How about we just stop paying rent????? With ALL OF THE ABOVE being said - I watched my neighbor across move out, the apartment was torn up & renovated with new floors, appliances, cabinetry, etc and yet the building itself is in shambles. Absolutely disgusting. I’ve already called building code of Newark twice this week, so let’s see if i can update this review with something nice.


Pert Cohen-Rivera on Google

image I have lived here comfortably for 3 years. The Maintenance Staff keeps the building clean and repairs are addressed fully. On site Market offers a variety of foods, household items and OTC Medical supplies. The spacious laundry room has several washers and dryers. Tenants are friendly, 24 hour Security and ATM make this building safe, convenient and a place to call home.


Sanjit Mukherjee on Google

image Well .. certainly not a place to stay with young children.


Christina Collazo on Google

image Gross


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Overall Rating
( 15 Reviews )
6
1
3
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5

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