|1800 Moore Drive|
|(North Davis off Pole Line Road)|
Terracina Apartments is a rental housing community developed by Community Housing Opportunities Corporation (CHOC) for very low, low and moderate income households. Terracina also provides a resident services program which provides residents with professional staff to assist them in enhancing the quality of life within their residential communities and achieving individual personal goals.
Terracina is a joint venture between CHOC and USA Properties within the 70-unit mixed-income Wildhorse Family Apartments in Davis' Wildhorse subdivision. Terracina offers a mix of two through four-bedroom apartments with amenities that include a community building, swimming pool, children's play area, individual garages and private storage units. Rents are tiered to a mix of income levels: 41 units are "tax credit" eligible with affordability at 50% and 60% of median income; the remaining 39 units are affordable at 80% of median income. USA Properties is the property management agent for Terracina at Wildhorse as of 2007. Prior to that it was CHOC's affiliate, Sterling Asset Management Company.
2009-03-05 21:23:17 I have to post something here. The manager here is completely immoral and abuses her powers (the Caucasian woman, long hair, fake nails). I had a dispute with my roommate and she ended up kicking me out of the apartment. I was not on the lease because the manager ADVISED US that I should not be put on the lease or else we wouldn't qualify to live there. When i approached her for help after the roommate situation, she claimed that she did no such thing (when she was the one who FORGED my other roommate's signature). I even had the management company get involved, but of course, in an effort to avoid a legal suit filed against them, they sided with the manager. I REALLY wish I had some sort of evidence so that I could get this lady fired and have some serious action taken against the management company.
I am completely over this situation. I lost about $1000 dollars, and so did my other roommate, but what could we possibly do right? I really wish justice could be brought to us but it makes me glad that someone will read this. Maybe that witch will get fired. Completely inappropriate and unjust. —renee415
2011-01-20 13:59:25 I wanted to live here for the longest time. These apartments are NICE. Pool, community room, and they even have some 4 bedroom units! I'm not sure though if they have a washer/dryer...but if they do, you've hit the jackpot. —ucdsunshine
2013-09-11 13:37:11 We were interested in living in this part of town as well as in the potential for having a washer and dryer in our apartment. We found this "low-income" apartment complex and went in to see an apartment as well as get the run down on pricing, etc. We ended up leaving very disappointed. The apartments are very nice, we'd move in a heartbeat. The problem was that the "low-income" price for a 2-bedroom was over $1200. Then, on top of the $1200, you had to pay to rent the washer and dryer from a third party or buy your own washer and dryer and have it installed because the apartments were not equipped with the appliances, only the hook-ups. If we could afford $1200+/month for an apartment we wouldn't be "low-income"... This is the same price I could pay at a non-low-income complex. —JSilva
2014-04-16 15:45:25 Been living in this complex for about a year now. It's very good price as I pay $400 for a room in a 4 bed 1.5 bath. As a word of warning the walls are a bit thin, I have the room right next to the living room and can constantly hear the TV. It's no big deal though and I'd be willing to move back in. No washer and dryer in your own apartment so you do have to pay about $3 to do laundry. My experience with the management has been pleasant so far though. —AndrewCGreen