Anonymous on 05/08/2015
We moved into this building a little over a year ago. We discovered bed bugs a few weeks after moving in and informed management immediately, and to their credit, they arranged for treatment immediately. After several treatments, we thought we beat the bugs. Several months went by without any sightings or bites. But then they returned. It is rumored here that they exist throughout the building and that they have existed here for years. We were never told anything about bed bugs before movin
g in. We are moving out as we are convinced it will be an un-winnable battle. It has been a very stressful year here. If you are considering moving in here, I would highly advise asking for a treatment history for the specific unit you are considering moving into, and surrounding units if possible, because management will most likely not offer up the info.
Anonymous on 05/26/2012
Started getting bitten about a week ago. Called the office on Thursday morning and they had the pest control come Friday afternoon, after I'd had time to do all of the prep work (washing/drying/bagging) all of our clothes, etc. Spent $450 on bags, mattress/box spring covers, steamer, plastic sealing bags for the temporary 2 week period when all of our stuff will be bagged up. Exterminator came today and was very pleasant. Treated the apartment and answered all of my questions.
We'll see what
happens in a few days/weeks.
lady jay on 06/08/2010
the building 3333 broadway is infected with bed bugs and nobody is doing anything. my apartment got the bed bugs from the next door neighbor and he must have gotten it from the little closet in the buildings hallway. i have no idea what to do because im low income and they have already tryed to exterminate and said they will come back in two weeks which was two months ago and they never re-visited my apartment since. im just fed up and tired of complaining and the office did tell my mom that thi
s building is extremley infested and there are people scared to come forward with the problem. they are suffering in silence because of the embarrasement of these infectation. my daughters arms and legs are covered in bites and im scared to take her to a doctor appointment thinking ACS will be called. i did all i could and now i have nothing to do but suffer.
Anonymous on 02/24/2010
I currently live in this building and have been experiencing bed bugs for about 5 months now. At first the bites were infrequent and happened once every few days. I thought it was an allergy to the new mattress that I bought and foolishly threw out the mattress. But after purchasing another mattress I realized that it was an insect infestation. For 5 months I didn't see any bugs and though I'd read about bed bugs I didn't notice any of the telltale signs (fecal matter, smells, scurrying insects,
etc.). I did see a spot of dried blood a few times but didn't know that indicated the presence bed bugs. With the lack of evidence I was convinced it was bird mites from the large number of pigeons in the area. However, a few days ago I saw my first tiny perpetrator. An adult female bed bug stuffed with my blood sitting on the sheets! I grabbed some tissue and nabbed it quickly and dropped it all in a ziplock bag. Now I'm just waiting for the exterminator to come tomorrow to spray. Hopefully, they'll treat the apartment a few times to make sure the pests have been eliminated.
JM on 11/25/2009
I lived in this building from September to December of 2007. Every room in the apartment was infested with bed bugs and it resulted in hundreds of dollars worth of furniture being thrown away. The owner's were relatively receptive, slowly getting an exterminator in for us, but they did barely anything and the bugs stayed. Somehow we were able to keep from bringing them into our new homes. There were also roaches everywhere. I don't know if these problems have been fixed, but I definitely re
commend staying far, far away from this place!