Riverside Apartments – 1998 to 2005
Another noisy apartment building. I lived on the bottom floor so I had neighbors above me. Most of the people who lived upstairs were quiet, but there were some that caused me much anxiety. I think I lived there for 7 years, no way to really tell now.
I worked for Anderson Lumber the first part of my stay at Riverside apartments. Anderson Lumber was bought by a holding company so most of the staff was terminated. I worked for Anderson Lumber for about 5 years.
After Anderson Lumber I worked for three months at Wal-Mart in Bloomington, I was hired as Christmas help. After Wal-Mart I got a job through my friend Thomas Trump at All Purpose Windows. I worked for All Purpose Windows until I was terminated shortly after I purchased my condo.
480 South 200 West – 2005 to 2015
The first property I owned – and the last. Not my wisest choice to buy a condominium. The place was poorly built. It was like sharing a house with strangers living in the other room. Lots of noise and no management on site.
I lived in Sun Gardens Condo’s almost exactly ten years. Lots of unpleasant events while I lived there. My apartment was the one on the bottom floor on the left side of the building.
919 South 400 East – 2015 to Present
The most recent decade should be the easiest to complete. Only three residences in this decade. The most recent is my apartment at The Village at Heritage Court. I moved in February 2015. Not much to tell other than it is the best apartment I have lived in Saint George. There are many amenities and best of all it is very quiet. My apartment is on the second floor on the backside of the building. I have a great view of the freeway and I can see Kolob from my Living-room window.