Hours

Saturday:
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday:
Closed
Monday:
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday:
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday:
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday:
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday:
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Chamber Rating

3.3 - (30 reviews)
17
0
1
0
12
Read Our 30 Reviews

Chamber Rating

3.3 - (30 reviews)
17
0
1
0
12
  • golden camel

    Absolute joke of an apartment complex. Constant construction and noise. 0 access to any amenities whats so ever. This is not a good place to live. Management just wants your money. Theyre literally doing construction with saws in peoples living room. Its as crazy as it sounds.
    Mar 31st, 2022

  • Kyle Epkins

    This place is totally under construction. Dont move here.
    Mar 31st, 2022

  • Emma Langdon

    Horrible management that REFUSES TO COMMUNICATE when tenants voice concerns about safety. In November, the complex put scaffolding around my balcony. I figured it would be up for a week or so. In December, they notified us that this construction would last through March (we also can't use the pool)!! But worse was yet to come... In January, construction workers came into my apartment and demanded I move my furniture so they could section off half of my living room with plastic sheeting. My living room and office space was unusable, which is completely unacceptable especially as I was working from home at the time. The complex gave me a one time $500 concession, but that doesn't make up for the loss of use of my living room!! Recently, I woke up to a large mentally handicapped man loudly moaning/grunting in my living room, despite me locking the deadbolt to my apartment the night before. As a female who lives alone, I was terrified when it happened and I am rarely scared. It turns out the construction workers had let themselves into my apartment by removing the balcony door. That is completely unacceptable, but that was standard operating procedure for the construction workers for over a month. I tried emailing the property management about my concerns. They replied only one time and stated that I signed a lease addendum and thus they could do whatever construction they wanted. When I tried emailing again, they wouldn't reply. However, they WOULD email me about other topics (another tenant's missing package which they implied I took when I had already left it with the other tenant). Despite relying on the lease addendum, the addendum only specific dust and dirt in hallways/common areas, elevator disruptions, and construction noise. The addendum did not mention construction IN my apartment or loss of my living room for months or strange men letting themselves into my apartment whenever they feel like it! $500 does not compensate for this at all! Other issues: frequent car break-ins in the garage, I also had a hit and run and the complex notified me that they have no cameras (why not get cameras after repeated burglaries???) cars get broken into frequently in the garage. Pros: nice apartments, good location, decent soundproofing, Luxer package lockers, maintenance generally timely However, management doesn't even pretend to care about resident concerns so I'm moving out as soon as I can.
    Mar 10th, 2022

  • Kendall Ley

    UPDATE 2/7/22: We've now had a plastic wall in our living room (see below photos) since January 18th with no clear end date (likely sometime in March). Despite repeated pleas for information and advance notice for workers entering our apartment, AMLI continues to provide no details or timely/transparent communication. Workers can now enter our apartment at any moment. It is incredibly intrusive and invasive and we are truly at our wit's end. AMLI provided impacted residents with a one-time $500 rent concession, which is insultingly low given how disruptive this work has been and continues to be for months on end (we're unable to use half of our living room and our couch no longer fits, not to mention drilling/jackhammering/etc. in & outside our unit daily from 9am-5pm). This is the type of project that should only be completed when an apartment is vacant. DO NOT LIVE HERE. This building is horribly managed with awful communication. Our first year living here was generally OK, but at the time of our lease renewal in June 2021, management did not disclose any details about a massive "patio door repair" project coming our way. In Dec 2021, we were notified that this project would run Dec 2021 - April 2021 and result in no access to our private balcony, as well as key community amenities (pool, BBQ). In this brief email update, management failed to disclose that the construction work would result in extreme noise levels/disturbance, including drilling/jack-hammering every weekday from 9am-5pm. It is so disruptive that we are no longer able to work from home, which is a huge issue. Had we known ANY of these details, we would not have renewed our lease. Today (1/18/22), we got a knock on our door (again with no warning/advance notice) saying that we needed to dismantle our living room ASAP and move all furniture/wall hangings/etc. away from the patio doors for an undisclosed time period. Now, not only can we not work here during the day, but we also cannot relax in our home in the evenings given that our living room is a construction zone. If the patio door project wasn't enough, AMLI informed us on the evening of January 11th, 2022 that our building's gym would be closed beginning January 12th, again for an undisclosed duration. Like the pool/BBQ, the gym was a massive selling point for us while selecting an apartment. Despite loss of access to our private patio, gym, pool, & BBQ AND not being able to work/concentrate at home during the day, AMLI management has not offered any concessions to impacted residents. I've asked to speak to building management repeatedly over a 2-week time period, but am still awaiting a response. Do yourself a favor and avoid AMLI; our friends at neighboring Gables properties are much happier.
    Feb 11th, 2022

  • Mihir Patel

    Do not trust Amli 300 management under any condition while signing a lease. They are unapologetic about their mistakes and show no empathy for their tenants. I signed a lease in November 2021 knowing I am getting access to amenities. During the tour (after I signed the lease) I was told there will be construction outside. I didnt think itd be that bad. But after living here for couple months I am realizing the the walls are not sound proof. Construction is getting louder and louder. Drilling and hammering can get really annoying in your balcony and/or outside. If you are working from home, be aware. The tipping point was lack of access to amenities. I signed up strictly for the gym. I had no idea that gym will also be renovated. No pool. No gym. But they sell and charge you for amenities. The entire management is incompetent when you share any feedback. Noise is a real issue in this building! First week, I found a homeless person on my floor. He was able to break in and had cigarette ashes all over the floor. Second week, I got woken up at 4 in the morning because the alarm went off. Fire department took almost 2-1/2 hours to turn it off. The building is poorly managed! Think twice if you are planning to sign a lease.
    Jan 28th, 2022

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About
AMLI 300

AMLI 300 is located at 300 N Lamar Blvd in Austin, Texas 78703. AMLI 300 can be contacted via phone at (855) 351-9597 for pricing, hours and directions.

Contact Info

Questions & Answers

Q What is the phone number for AMLI 300?

A The phone number for AMLI 300 is: (855) 351-9597.


Q Where is AMLI 300 located?

A AMLI 300 is located at 300 N Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 78703


Q What is the internet address for AMLI 300?

A The website (URL) for AMLI 300 is: http://www.amli.com/apartments/austin/Downtown/Austin


Q How big is AMLI 300?

A AMLI 300 employs approximately 20+ people.


Q What days are AMLI 300 open?

A AMLI 300 is open:
Saturday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday: Closed
Monday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM


Q How is AMLI 300 rated?

A AMLI 300 has a 3.3 Star Rating from 30 reviewers.

Hours

Saturday:
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday:
Closed
Monday:
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday:
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday:
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday:
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday:
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Ratings and Reviews
AMLI 300

Overall Rating

Overall Rating
( 30 Reviews )
17
0
1
0
12
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golden camel on Google

image Absolute joke of an apartment complex. Constant construction and noise. 0 access to any amenities whats so ever. This is not a good place to live. Management just wants your money. Theyre literally doing construction with saws in peoples living room. Its as crazy as it sounds.


Kyle Epkins on Google

image This place is totally under construction. Dont move here.


Emma Langdon on Google

image Horrible management that REFUSES TO COMMUNICATE when tenants voice concerns about safety. In November, the complex put scaffolding around my balcony. I figured it would be up for a week or so. In December, they notified us that this construction would last through March (we also can't use the pool)!! But worse was yet to come...
In January, construction workers came into my apartment and demanded I move my furniture so they could section off half of my living room with plastic sheeting. My living room and office space was unusable, which is completely unacceptable especially as I was working from home at the time. The complex gave me a one time $500 concession, but that doesn't make up for the loss of use of my living room!!
Recently, I woke up to a large mentally handicapped man loudly moaning/grunting in my living room, despite me locking the deadbolt to my apartment the night before. As a female who lives alone, I was terrified when it happened and I am rarely scared. It turns out the construction workers had let themselves into my apartment by removing the balcony door. That is completely unacceptable, but that was standard operating procedure for the construction workers for over a month.
I tried emailing the property management about my concerns. They replied only one time and stated that I signed a lease addendum and thus they could do whatever construction they wanted. When I tried emailing again, they wouldn't reply. However, they WOULD email me about other topics (another tenant's missing package which they implied I took when I had already left it with the other tenant).
Despite relying on the lease addendum, the addendum only specific dust and dirt in hallways/common areas, elevator disruptions, and construction noise. The addendum did not mention construction IN my apartment or loss of my living room for months or strange men letting themselves into my apartment whenever they feel like it! $500 does not compensate for this at all!
Other issues: frequent car break-ins in the garage, I also had a hit and run and the complex notified me that they have no cameras (why not get cameras after repeated burglaries???) cars get broken into frequently in the garage.
Pros: nice apartments, good location, decent soundproofing, Luxer package lockers, maintenance generally timely
However, management doesn't even pretend to care about resident concerns so I'm moving out as soon as I can.


Kendall Ley on Google

image UPDATE 2/7/22: We've now had a plastic wall in our living room (see below photos) since January 18th with no clear end date (likely sometime in March). Despite repeated pleas for information and advance notice for workers entering our apartment, AMLI continues to provide no details or timely/transparent communication. Workers can now enter our apartment at any moment. It is incredibly intrusive and invasive and we are truly at our wit's end. AMLI provided impacted residents with a one-time $500 rent concession, which is insultingly low given how disruptive this work has been and continues to be for months on end (we're unable to use half of our living room and our couch no longer fits, not to mention drilling/jackhammering/etc. in & outside our unit daily from 9am-5pm). This is the type of project that should only be completed when an apartment is vacant.
DO NOT LIVE HERE. This building is horribly managed with awful communication.
Our first year living here was generally OK, but at the time of our lease renewal in June 2021, management did not disclose any details about a massive "patio door repair" project coming our way. In Dec 2021, we were notified that this project would run Dec 2021 - April 2021 and result in no access to our private balcony, as well as key community amenities (pool, BBQ). In this brief email update, management failed to disclose that the construction work would result in extreme noise levels/disturbance, including drilling/jack-hammering every weekday from 9am-5pm. It is so disruptive that we are no longer able to work from home, which is a huge issue. Had we known ANY of these details, we would not have renewed our lease. Today (1/18/22), we got a knock on our door (again with no warning/advance notice) saying that we needed to dismantle our living room ASAP and move all furniture/wall hangings/etc. away from the patio doors for an undisclosed time period. Now, not only can we not work here during the day, but we also cannot relax in our home in the evenings given that our living room is a construction zone.
If the patio door project wasn't enough, AMLI informed us on the evening of January 11th, 2022 that our building's gym would be closed beginning January 12th, again for an undisclosed duration. Like the pool/BBQ, the gym was a massive selling point for us while selecting an apartment.
Despite loss of access to our private patio, gym, pool, & BBQ AND not being able to work/concentrate at home during the day, AMLI management has not offered any concessions to impacted residents. I've asked to speak to building management repeatedly over a 2-week time period, but am still awaiting a response.
Do yourself a favor and avoid AMLI; our friends at neighboring Gables properties are much happier.


Mihir Patel on Google

image Do not trust Amli 300 management under any condition while signing a lease. They are unapologetic about their mistakes and show no empathy for their tenants.
I signed a lease in November 2021 knowing I am getting access to amenities. During the tour (after I signed the lease) I was told there will be construction outside. I didnt think itd be that bad. But after living here for couple months I am realizing the the walls are not sound proof. Construction is getting louder and louder. Drilling and hammering can get really annoying in your balcony and/or outside. If you are working from home, be aware.
The tipping point was lack of access to amenities.
I signed up strictly for the gym. I had no idea that gym will also be renovated. No pool. No gym. But they sell and charge you for amenities. The entire management is incompetent when you share any feedback. Noise is a real issue in this building!
First week, I found a homeless person on my floor. He was able to break in and had cigarette ashes all over the floor. Second week, I got woken up at 4 in the morning because the alarm went off. Fire department took almost 2-1/2 hours to turn it off. The building is poorly managed!
Think twice if you are planning to sign a lease.


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