This building is a LEED certified building. So it is good for people with allergies in general because they do not allow smoking. However, if you have pet allergies I would look elsewhere. The number of dogs in this building is ridiculous. I live close to the main elevator so I have the pleasure of hearing dogs fight and bark at each other as their owners are waiting on the elevator. If pet dander is your trigger, beware.
The LEED certification also helps make the building more energy efficient. The management company recently changed all the shower heads to lower flow models that have horrendously narrow spray patterns and cause the all the pipes in the apartment to rattle. Living in a LEED certified building is nice to say, just keep in mind that you will be paying more in rent than non-LEED buildings from my market research. Also they have just increased the cost of electricity and other utilities so that the residents are now footing the bill not only for their individually metered apartments, but for the rest of the building as well. I sure hope they are keeping an eye on the thermostat during the summer months.
In case it matters, there is a large turnover of staff in this building. All of the members of maintenance and from the leasing office that were mentioned in previous reviews are no longer here. In fact, I don't know anyone in the leasing office anymore as they have turned over the entire office at least twice since I moved in 18 months ago. I do want to reiterate that the concierges (Tony, Oye, and Adrian) are amazing and great people.
In sum, this building is in a great location and is a beautiful building, but it not worth the headache.