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East Side Terrace is a calm, peaceful and safe community. Under new management, it has been decently maintained and cared for. Teton Management is very helpful and willing to do all they can to help residents. The apartments are nice and spacious and EST has a very friendly and prompt Maintanence Staff.

Dinesh Bhardwaj, East Side Terrace, Troy, NY Resident

I'm moving across country but living at East Side Terrace in Troy, NY has been a pleasure. There were never any parking or security issues. I always felt safe and that Val and her maintenance team were just a phone call away. The apartments are very spacious, with more than enough room for entertaining. The heat worked extremely well. I had a few small issues with the apartment that were fixed right away. I lost my mail keys, which were replaced the next day for me! All in all, this is a great place to live with a great team of people to run it!

Gaetano Licata, Former East Side Terrace, Troy, NY Resident

Teton has leased several properties for me over the last few years. With Teton as my partner, I didn’t have to advertise, sift through applicants to find qualified tenants, run credit and background checks, or endure the hassle of multiple showings. Teton took care of preparing the leases and in each instance, placed responsible, solid tenants that respected my properties.

Andrea F. Nuciforo Jr., Esq

We just wanted to let you know how much of a treasure you guys are. We have only been dealing with our new management company for our new rental in VA for about 3 weeks and are already ready to move back to Peak Point. Just wanted to show you guys how much y'all really meant to us.

Amanda Savoie, Former Peak Point, Ballston Spa, NY Resident

My wife and I recently relocated to the Berkshires and were looking for a furnished apartment in Pittsfield with a short-term lease while we were house hunting. George Whaling and the Teton team had just what we needed – a fully furnished one bedroom within walking distance to everything in downtown Pittsfield.

Jeff Gerard