Live in this building for 25 years. Have never experienced a problem. We know many people - do not know anyone with bug problems. If anyone reporting would give apt. no. or area of building, it would be helpful so we can investigate & provide more info. Very happy with management here - wonderful supers.
Dan on 06/23/2012
I have lived on the 14th floor for one year and never had problems with bed bugs. I have used the pool a few times, no problems there either. The common areas are fairly clean.
Best of luck,
Anonymous on 05/25/2012
I'm thinking of moving into this building... are there still bed bugs or has the issue been resolved?
Wow on 04/27/2012
Wow...i used to live at 225 davisville for 7 years everything was fine for 6 years and then suddenly my daughter started complaining about bed bugs i didn't believe her until i saw hundreds of them.....they are in the walls and base boards....i was sprayed 3 times....bought new beds and they still came back!!!!! Unfoutunatley i had to move out because of this. ....i lost thousands of $$$$ as i had to grow out all of my furniture. ..bed couch. ...wall units. ...dressers. ..the only things i brou
ght to ny new place was clothes personal items and kitchen stuff..i was lucky cause i was so careful i washed and wiped down everything including the inside of my books....none came to my new place but that is the only way you will get rid of them....i am glad they didn't transfer to my car off my clothes......it was a Nightmare!!!!!! the building will spray and spray and clean and clean...i have nothing bad to say about the building the people are great and management is terrific.....but the bed bugs killed it for me so be careful moving in be prepared to loose a lot of money!!!!!!
may move into this building June/july 2012...what's the latest news for BB in this buliding? Please post asap.
Anonymous on 02/17/2012
I'm moving out of this building on March 31, and I've lived here for 3 years - there was a problem with the directly unit above me, but they never made it to my apartment (22nd floor). I've never been bitten or even seen a bedbug, and they checked my apartment regularly, even going so far as to bring in a specially-trained canine inspection team, which has a better success rate that people, and they still found nothing. It was handled professionally, as far as I could tell. I can't say about oth
Can someone please provide an update on the Bug situation?
Have they began fumigating storeys??
Have there been any reports on the 11th or 12th floors?
...Signing a lease on Monday and would really love an update!
Sonchie on 09/13/2011
Could you please let me know the bed bug situation now? Many thanks!
Anonymus on 08/31/2011
DEAR TENNANTS! LET'S FIGHT TOGETHER! IT CANNOT LAST ANY LONGER! IM READY TO SUE THIS PPL! FOR THEIR DISRESPECT!
Management really should advise all residents of this situation so we can collectively combat the issue -- rather than ineffectively try to solve it on a case by case basis. It's ridiculous that people's furniture/beds/clothes have to be ruined before management acts. If prevention is the key, I say bug-bomb the entire building, tenants caulk your baseboards and seal as many gaps as
I leave here for year now and few days ago found bedbugs in my apartment. There are so many of them. I have many red marks everywhere and it is so itching. After examining my mattress and bed frame and found so many of bugs of all sizes. It is infestation and the building is full of it. They treat your place but it doesn’t do anything because the building is ABSOLUTELY FULL OF BED BUGS! They have to treat the whole building. I wish there would be law to make it mandatory.
Anonymous on 03/17/2011
I woke up and was itchy, so I went to change my sheets and found my first bed bug. Then I looked more and I found about 20 in various stages of development. Most were on my box spring.
This sucks! I just finished chemo, and the last thing I need is this.
I'm not sure where I got them from, but someone said that they are really prevelant. I'm a clean tenant
I am calling Public Health and Greenrock tomorrow to deal with it - while taking a day off work. I will update on
I live on the 18th floor in a corner Unit so our bedrooms are far from everyone else's. My neighbour kindly told me that she had bedbugs and the management has sprayed for them. The management didn't tell me. Not until about two months later after she had moved out they suddenly put a notice under my door that they would be spraying my place too.
I guess I'm glad they did - no problems yet (and its been at least a month since they sprayed). Its good they spray, but it would be better if
they were upfront and honest about all reports and sprayings in the building. And I shouldn't have to move all my furniture so they can spray.
Finally there was no info about exactly what chemical it was, what I should do (can I clean it after?) or even if they had been here. That's quite annoying - again they need to be open and upfront. But at least they are preventative and take care of it.
This is my first time leasing an apartment. The place is nice and the view is amazing, but unfortunately two months into my lease, i started getting bites on my body (three to be exact). My parents came to check my bed and sure enough, we found one. I have kept it to show my super intendent and will have the place sprayed. My roommate has not had any bites yet so we are hoping we can get this problem fixed as soon as possible.
chris on 02/14/2010
I was doing pushups on the floor of my appartment and saw a very small bug on the floor. It was really small but had a flat type body, I am pretty sure it was a bed bug. All my furniture is brand new so I definetly didn't bring it in. I haven't noticed anything else. I saw a show on Dr. OZ about how to properly look for bed bugs. I am going to check my place out but they can be in any appartment building in toronto. As long as they arn't out of control its hard to completely get rid of them
Has anyone else had this problem recently at 225 Davisville? We are supposed to sign a lease tomorrow, and reading this makes me afraid...
Bed Bugs... on 01/05/2009
Single white male denied potential roommate (Girlfriend) due to BED BUGS...
Happy New Year....
I moved into a unit at 225 davisville ave in November 2008. Everything "seemed" relatively satisfatory after the management scrubbed and cleaned the unit which was left by the previous tennant in a completeyly disgusting state. Although the management met my every request it was only a matter of weeks that the "invisible" prblems began. My girlfriend and I both started to wake up noticing small red
s blemmishes on our bodies. After contemplating a dermatologist, we chalked it up to cold weather and dry skin. Weeks passed, red itched dots came and went. Our suspicions and discomfort did not. It was only this past weekend (03/01/09) that we noticed small blackish-red dots moving up the wall. Needless to say we freaked out and began reseaching on line only to find out - that yes we had bed bugs! Completely shocked, we searched the city and internet to find a solution. Sixteen loads of laundry later, recollection of asking the building manager if there were any problems with bugs and her reply "no" - led us to this sight. Clearly this is not the first nor last case of these seemingly unbeatable critters...the last and final resort....MOVE OUT ! This building needs to be stop renting units that are infested.
Happy renting , proceed with caution!
My wife and I lived at 225 Davisville and were notified one night by our neighbor that he had bed bugs in his apartment. He wanted to let us know since our bedrooms shared a common wall. We kept an eye out for any signs of bugs but found none. About 3 weeks later we received a notice from the building management (Greenwin) that they wanted to spray our place for bugs. I tried to contact management but got no response from them. About a month later we found a single bed bug in our bed one mo
rning when we were making the bed. We immediately contacted building management who arranged to have someone come and spray....a week later. We had to wash every piece of clothing that we owned...at $3.50 per load, we had to move all our furniture away from the walls and arrange boarding for our cat during the spraying. The spraying seemed to work but we got out of there as soon as we could get out of our lease. I'm 100% sure they didn't' tell the new tenant (a pregnant woman and her husband/boyfriend) that there had been bed bugs.