anonymous on 10/23/2011
2 Gold Street sent exterminator twice, and we called again and they said that there were no bed bugs. Then i looked under bed and found bugs finally! this is redic.
Michael on 07/21/2010
Live on the 19th floor. My roommate has been getting bitten in his sleep, but I thankfully have not. The building sent someone to check out our apt and they confirmed that we have them.
We both had out of town guests and the building told us that they would not put them up for the weekend to avoid having them catch bed bugs.
They are paying for an exterminator, but said they would not pay for dry cleaning and laundry to have our clothes and linens cleaned.
If there are multiple reports
of bed bugs in the building, then I think that they should have the entire building exterminated.
Anonymous on 04/16/2010
I believe that the two reports above refer to the Manhattan 2 Gold address, not the Brooklyn one. You may want to copy your reports over to the correct address, where I posted mine (bed bugs in the OLDER 2 Gold building).
Anonymous on 01/06/2010
My roomate and I also have been bitten by bedbugs in another apartment in the new tower at 2 Gold St. It is disgusting and they required us to capture the bugs in order for them to send the exterminator, which took us a long time to do. They came, we followed the entire procedure, bought a new mattress and before this saw many doctors - but today we still have bedbugs. This is disgusting and we are extremely frustrated. We are going to pursue legal action against the building. Please write on t
his page if you also have been bitten and think you may have bedbugs at 2 Gold St. By the way the zipcode is 10038 not the one listed above.
Anonymous on 11/23/2009
My roommate and I suspected bed bugs because we were both being bit during the night. We told the building who called an exterminator who came in with a dog to sniff out and confirm the bugs.
Management is acting very lax about this whole situation. They are paying for the exterminator but not the other things that go with it (dry cleaning, stuff we have to throw out, etc.).
We thought it was just our apartment, but one of the building workers let it slip that there's a legit problem in the
tower we live in (a new tower recently built earlier this year).
If they aren't going to empty out the building and fumigate all units, this problem will not go away. At this time, it appears as though management is trying to cover this up.