Moed commends $7.25 million relief for Lakeside Pointe, Fox Club residents

News & Media

INDIANAPOLIS – State Representative Justin Moed (D-Indianapolis) released the following statement regarding the $7.25 million settlement to make critical repairs at Lakeside Pointe at Nora and Fox Club Apartments.

“Aloft Management Properties have a long-standing history of failing to provide basic acceptable living conditions. I will continue to monitor the progress of these properties as they take on new ownership to ensure the new owner follows through with promised improvements. 

“I commend the new owner for agreeing to terms that include: $7.25 million dollars dedicated to repairs, resolution of existing emergency health department cases and a commitment to reasonable timelines for repairs in the future.

“This settlement would not have been possible without the dedication of residents, advocates, community leaders and the Attorney General’s office. I am thankful the residents of these properties will finally receive long overdue resolution to the deplorable living conditions they were forced to endure. 

“I will continue to push for policies at the Statehouse that will prevent vulnerable renters from suffering at the hands of negligent landlords. Hoosiers deserve basic protections that prevent reprehensible situations like this from occurring. “

Tenants of the following properties (that are believed to be connected to Aloft management) who have experienced problems during the course of their lease are encouraged to file a consumer complaint at www.indianaconsumer.com:     

Berkley Commons – 8201 Madison Ave., Indianapolis IN 46227

Capital Place Apartments – 4100 Continental Drive, Indianapolis IN 46227 

Rockshire Apartments at Covington Square – 115 S. High School Road, Indianapolis IN 46241 

Woods at Oak Crossing – 3120 Nobscot Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46222 

Share Article