I wouldn't buy anything at the Parkwoods. I have been conducting a number of repairs there and have had the opportunity to observe the place up close. I have run into poor building practices, shoddy workmanship, and code violations in every unit that I have walked into. The problem stems from the fact that we had a bit of a recession back when it was being built, and many of the subcontractors underbid their jobs. I have found lousy materials and shortcuts everywhere, some that are outright dangerous, such as light fixtures with loose and exposed wiring and no enclosures (boxes). I warn all my friends and clients to be extra careful about purchasing housing built in the early to mid-nineties because of the economic situation in the Bay Area that created these terrible buildings. The Parkwoods may look pretty good on the outside, but the seams are already coming apart in my opinion. My opinion? Thirty years of building repair, restoration, and maintenance. I really care about this stuff, and I don't mind telling people what I think.