10/19/13 by anonymous: HOLY CRAP - run! RUN FOR YOUR LIFE! ONE THIRD OF THE BUILDING IS RENTED TO EX-CONS FROM A HALFWAY HOUSE! That sums it up, completely. But, for your sake, and for the sake of so many others considering this place as a possible residence, all ye who enter here are damned for all eternity! Read on, brave more
04/17/14 by anonymous: dirty.old,and poorly maintained.very poor electrical, occasional power outs that make me go down the hall and flip a circuit switch, this happens mostly when neighbors use too much electricity(a total drag).often smells musty or like trash from the trash and compost.also toxic smells from all the cars and the nail salon next door.management has been very poor in the past.signs of poor more
05/30/06 by complainer1755: Aside from the good location (close to Van Ness, Polk, Whole Food and Lafayette Park) there is no reason to recommend this building.
The outside is covered in grafitti. The building is located on a noisy street corner. The sidewalks reek with animal an people urine because management is apparantly too cheap to hose them down. Personal possesions and plants clutter up the fire more
09/01/12 by anonymous: Live here if you want bed bugs, you're stuff stolen, and homeless people loitering on the front steps. Run by another corporate management company, Laramar, which is just another incarnation of CitiApartments. I would not recommend this place at all. more
04/22/09 by SaySheen: Well, I hate to have to write this review b/c my stay at Hampton Court was actually pretty nice. They have big studios for very very cheap in SF (ranging from 745-1100), nice "city vibe" and central location, huge laundry room in basement, however, this building has bedbugs. I cannot explain to you how imbarrassed, gross, and dirty I felt after this happened. more
04/01/09 by anonymous: As a resident on the "inside" for a few years, where do I begin for the negatives completely overshadow the few positive aspects. Just to say, I've lived happily and content in some shabby apartments, but these SF apartments are absolutely primitive. Upon move-in, the carpet was oddly pieced together , the screens missing and counter tops were total junk, and no more