Resident · 0
I warn prospective tenants. That's really all you can do. If you enjoy wholly incompetent maintenance- They paint the tub and kitchen sink with WALL paint, Shut off the water every month, Screw the fire escape doors shut, Leave broken washing machines to sit for a month at a time, filling up with drainage water (until the tenants call for repairs themselves), Standing water in the courtyard due to improper drainage, Two light fixtures in my apartment were wired incorrectly, therefore rendering them useless, Cold water in my bathroom sink never worked, Fuses blow out, and the maintenance man and landlord are nowhere to be found. Any problem you have, really, fix it yourself. The maintenance man would be laughable if he weren't so irritating. The landlord once moved some family members in to a vacant apartment for a weekend. That seems legal. There are cameras everywhere. If you like constant surveillance, and a landlord who likes to spy on you, this would be a great place to live. He will literally come to your door and mention things to you that there is no way he should know. People who don't live here break in to the courtyard at night to drink and hang out. Wait, did I say "break in"? They walked in. What security? The cameras are just for personal use, I guess. The other tenants are too stoned to notice when their smoke detector batteries have been dead for a week, so you have the pleasure of listening to "beep.. beep" every 30 seconds until you buy them batteries yourself. Yes, you can have dogs here, as long as they never go in the courtyard. And, oh yeah, the landlord is a total creep who removes the recycling and throws it in the dumpster. Thanks, Omar! Keep it classy!