Pros: Flexible work schedule and location (can work from home, flex hours, etc) Decent pay and much better hours than other nursing positions Good benefits, health focused company so there are company wide initiatives to stay healthy Cons: Management doesn't always communicate the greatest Unhappy coworkers can spoil the bunch Less f
Carolina Crossing in Rock Hill, SC
Carolina Crossing offers large 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments. We offer a pool, 2 playgrounds, laundry center, 1 fitness rooms. we offer washer and dryer connections & 24 hour emergency maint. Close to I-77, downtown Rock Hill, Piedmont Medical Center, lots of shopping and restaurants. Pets welcome.
Carolina Crossing2400 Celanese Road, Rock Hill, SC 29732 USA
Floor Plans and Pricing
|1 Bedroom Garden||$625 - $655||1 Bathroom||696 Sq. Ft.|
|1 Bedroom Loft||$650 - $680||1 Bathroom||680 Sq. Ft.|
|1/1 Garden||$650 - $680||1 Bathroom||675 Sq. Ft.|
|2 Bedroom Garden||$699 - $734||1.5 Bathrooms||1051 Sq. Ft.|
|2 Bedroom Townhome||$750 - $785||1.5 Bathrooms||1090 Sq. Ft.|
|2/1.5 Townhome||$750 - $785||1.5 Bathrooms||1012 Sq. Ft.|
|2/2 Garden||$750||2 Bathrooms||884 Sq. Ft.|
|3 Bedroom Garden||$850 - $890||1.5 Bathrooms||1322 Sq. Ft.|
|3 Bedroom Townhome||$875 - $915||1.5 Bathrooms||1320 Sq. Ft.|
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Carolina Crossing in Rock Hill, SC
Carolina Crossing Apartments is conveniently located on Celanese Road just four miles from I-77. Shopping and dining aren't far away, and residents will enjoy high-class living without having to pay an upscale price. One, two and three bedroom apartments are available. We have an onsite residential manager available 24 hours a day, as well as an onsite coin-operated center. Apartments are furnished with washer/dryer hookups.
- 1, 2 and 3 Bedroom Lofts, Apartments & Townhomes
- Resort Style Swimming Pool and Sundeck
- Featuring Tot Lot and Playground
- 4 Onsite Laundry Centers
- Convenient to I-77,Shopping, Dining and Recreation
- 24-Hour Fitness Center
- Large Furry Friends Welcome
- Spacious Apartment Homes
- On Site Management
- Near Winthrop University
- Wheelchair Accessable
- 24-Hour Maintenance Emergency
- Accepts Electronic Payments
- Club House
- Disability Access
- Fitness Center
- Freeway Access
- Garden Style
- Laundry Facility
- Market Rate
Apartments in Community: 267
- Air Conditioning
- Cable or Satellite
- Ceiling Fan
- Garbage Disposal
- Patio or Balcony
- Vaulted Ceiling
- Walk In Closets
- Washer Dryer Hookup
- Window Covering
- Rock Hill High School
- Rosewood Elementary School
- Sullivan Middle School
We believe school data to be accurate, but do not guarantee that. Please be sure to verify where your children will attend school before making your housing decision.
Pets Allowed: Cats and Large Dogs Pet Restrictions: $300 pet fee. NO monthly pet fees.
- Cats Allowed
- Large Dogs
- Pets Allowed
- Small Dogs Allowed
Pros: The company cares about its workforce; there are many sharp, dedicated employees. Appears to be a senior-friendly environment, and a nicely diverse atmosphere. Cons: Given such a difficult time for the industry, the company is stressed. Changes in the health care model are hitting hard. Advice to Management: Find a way to reinf
Pros: Project Managers are a valued part of the organization. BCBSNC uses structured PM methodology. I experienced a good deal of autonomy as well as leadership when needed. Cons: Project timelines can be tight and overreaching. Project business owners can be less engaged than they should be making project managers work harder.
Pros: Great fun Blue Cross culture here.Management does not micromanage employeesFlex schedule optionsManagement does not have an air of superiority Cons: They don't pay much but they'll work you like a dog Advice to Management: Pay more to your top performers. When we are given the same pay or less when compared to low or average pe
Pros: Flexibility with work location, ability to get experience in various disciplines within the same company Cons: It is difficult to take your PTO
Pros: Friendly environment. People are always around the corner to help you. Wide variety of folks working here. If you can land a job anywhere here you wont regret it. Cons: Many departments expect a great deal from you as an employee and some people don't like that.
Pros: Flexible hours, opportunity to telecommute, work with several departments and have the chance to collaborate, friendly atmosphere, great benefits available. Cons: strong attention to detail required to perform task without room for error on both financial and procedural processing - errors can significantly hinder possibility f
Pros: You can a learn a lot from this company in regards to customer service and administrative work. You are definitely held accountability and you must take ownership to every take at hand. You can move up fast if you stay dedicated to your job and committed to the integrity of the company. Cons: With some positions, if a groups co
Pros: Flexible, work with a variety of partners. Cons: The culture is more political than performance based
Pros: Ambitious development team working on interesting side projects. Cons: Extremely old content management system that makes code deployment/testing a nightmare.
Pros: programs and managers that encourage participation in the vision of the company. Cons: Some manager and team leads may not as supportive Based their experience and personal shortcomings. Advice to Management: encourage your teams to pursue professional and personal growth. Become familiar with and promote the career developmemt
Pros: I owned and operated my own insurance agency and loved helping people with claims and policies. I sold my business in September 2013. Cons: Owning my own business I worked more than 40 hours a week for over 20 years Advice to Management: I am easy to train and I work well with others. I want a career at Novant Health not just a
Pros: Flexibility, upon position. Growth opportunities in certain departments. Comparable pay. Good benefits, especially health. Cons: Often the best way to get your foot in the door is through the customer service option and for many, unfortunately, they can get "stuck" there.
Pros: Good community, employee loyalty, worth-while work, fun work atmosphere. Opportunities for advancement. Low beginning qualifications. Hiring based strongly on character. Cons: Pay by term, no wages, summer-only work. Long, unsustainable hours because it is only summer work. Takes work to integrate into culture from outside. Adv
Pros: Flexible work optionsWork from home optionsCasual Environment Cons: Lacks diversity in senior managementOne state entityLimited opportunities Advice to Management: Overall this is a good company to work for, and has my immediate managment is very flexible with my work arrangement.However, I'm frustrated and exhausted on multipl
Pros: Flexible work schedule . Fellow employees always helpful. Great benefits. Love having onsite gym. Cons: During last quarter of year , alot of overtime.
Pros: Flexible work options, generous paid time off, exercise facilities. A lot of caring employees that really do want to do the right thing for North Carolina. Cons: Constant re-direction, change in strategy. Its hard to know what the current priorities are.Advancement depends on visibility-employee networks, etc., and not on skill
Pros: BCBSNC is a great place to work. Wonderful people, and the culture is very accepting to diverse backgrounds. Cons: It can be slow and stodgy. They are trying to be more innovative, but there is a lot of leadership that has been there forever and the ideas and culture can be a little stale. Advice to Management: You need fresher
Pros: Benefits are pretty good, opportunity for growth is there if you network with the right people; socialize yourself and get your name out there - - it's about knowing the "right" people... There are some genuinely "good" people that work for this company who actually do care about the people and the organization, but not enough
Pros: They offer assistance towards education. Cons: To move up, you must be well known and liked. Advice to Management: Look at employee results and promote from within.
Pros: The company is focused on helping its customers in NC improve their health, and pay for care when it is needed - neighbor helping neighbor. There are many opportunities to work on a variety of things. The benefits are great. There is a lot of change happening, which offers some ground-floor type options. Hard work with good res
Pros: - BIG company benefits- Blue University (THE #1 benefit of the company - promotes continuous education and training)- Worked with some amazingly talented people and made lifelong friends- Strong PM maturity model- Toastmasters club Cons: - I worked for the company 9 years and went through 7 different reorgs- EXTREMELY political
Pros: upward advancement possiblities if you are willing to learn and are a hard worker. Great benefits and they really support having a healthy work life balance with employees. Cons: Middle management is sometimes slow to listen to suggestions from employees. This often causes employees to tune out and just do enough to get by as o
Pros: BCBS values their employees, the compensation is competitive, the benefits & hours are great. Cons: Don't really have any cons yet.
Pros: Great benefits, company tries to take care of the employees, annual bonuses and pay raises. Cons: There are a lot of managers who are hard to get along with, while very few are compassionate and truly care about their employees' well being and satisfaction. Advice to Management: Work on more morale-boosting activities, give Chr
Pros: Good pay, flexible hours, good benefits, caring culture Cons: Upper management works in silos. The do not make unified decisions for the good of the company. Poor controls over spending. Women leaders in the company notably prefer to higher/promote women. The company is about 75% women. Advice to Management: Create a compensati
Pros: Plenty of opportunity and work for employees. Cons: Lack of continuity had potential to cause contention in company.
Pros: Benefits are tremendous, people are really good to work with, and there is excellent schedule flexibility Cons: Very conservative, hesitant to change type of environment. Tends to be overly politically charged depending on the organization. Pay is a little bit lower than industry standard. Advice to Management: Do two things to
Pros: benefitflexible working schedulelocationwork life balanceonsite gym Cons: unclear where the industry goes after the health care reform in 2014. The company is trying very hard to cut the cost
Pros: benefits, vacation timeopportunities for advancementopportunities to do something neweducation assistanceadoption assistance Cons: some people have worked for bcbsnc for a long time and getting them to think differently can be a challenge. Advice to Management: provide a picture of what you expect the company to look like in 5
Pros: The culture and management are great. Lots of opportunities to move around/up within the company. Cons: Due to it's size, change is slow.
Pros: The company is committed to improving the health care delivery system and is putting its money where its mouth is, investing in new partnerships and innovations to reduce costs and increase access to health care; a fast-paced, dynamic environment with a heavy emphasis on core cultural values; a stable company with deep roots in
Pros: Stable Company. Strong Upper Management Cons: Slow to change even though attempts by management to the contrary
Pros: Awesome Benefits (On-site Gym, Daycare, Elderly Care)Huge Supporters of the communitySome areas in the company have very flexible work hoursCompetitive salaries Cons: Upper management very competitive with each other (not in a good way)Middle management does not support upper management ideasNot a lot of opportunities for growt
Pros: Great benefits and flexible work options. There are a lot of good people and lots of change happening. Cons: BCBSNC talks about work-life balance but many people are overworked and over-stressed. Some people have their own personal agendas where they appear nice but will do what they can to undermine others as they jockey for p
Pros: Great benefitsGood at promoting work/ life balancePlenty of opportunities to move within the organizationGood training opportunities providedTreats employees fairly Cons: Can be a bit bureaucratic at times and probably will get worse at that going forward as it becomes more of a matrixed organization.
Pros: Not too many layoffs over the years, good 401k, lots of overtime offered if you want (or don't want) it Cons: Wish they offered better insurance and didn't force people to work reduced lunch and mandatory overtime. Advice to Management: It wouldn't kill you to learn the job you are telling others to do
Pros: Compensation is very goodVacation time is excellentBonus Cons: Outsourcing shift in ITDifficult to accomplish projects with bureaucracy Advice to Management: I know there has to be efforts to reduce costs, but if everyone outsources, who's going to be around to buy health insurance? Appears to be self defeating effort, especial
Pros: Excellent benefits; opportunities for advancements; great training programs. Senior management is commited to ethics and employee development. Good organization to work for. Cons: Salary could be more competitive in order to retain top talent. No cost of living increases. Those are the only cons for working at this organization
Pros: Secure environment. Stability is key. Cons: Inflexible. Highly corporate. Not an excellent place for Creatives.
Pros: Excellent benefitsCompetitive SalaryOpportunity for growth Cons: Current senior management has abandoned any commitment to supporting North Carolina based employees and business and has begun to outsource highly committed and loyal employees.Most of the IT Workforce is in a panic as outsourcing continues... the 'business' side
I have been living in Quail Ridge for 18 months and I am really pleased with our time there. The staff is friendly and helpful, Repair requests are usally completed in 24 hours. Despite some neighbor issues, it has been amazing living there and would recommed it to anyone. I love it.
Contact Carolina Crossing
Office HoursMon - Fri 8:30 - 5:30 Saturday 10-4 Sunday Closed
From Uptown Charlotte take I-77 South to Exit 82C. Turn right at bottom of ramp. Go through 4 stoplights and Carolina Crossing Apartments will be on the right.
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