Eww2938 on 11/18/2014
Went in to look at an apartment in this building and and saw 2 cockroaches crawling around out in the open. Clearly the problem is still there. The landlord said he called an exterminator and had the place done....Which I hightly doubt. If you wonder why rent is cheap, it's because you will be sleeping with roaches crawling all over you.
Anonymous on 10/23/2012
It was fine for the first 3 months I was here. But then half way through the summer they started getting worse. I'd kill 1 a month. Then 1 a week, then 2 a week, now I'm seeing 6-7 every day.
Anonymous on 08/08/2012
Just moved in and have came across a bunch of cockroaches in my building and apartment.
Anonymous on 09/06/2011
This isn't about bedbugs (though I'm sure I would have found some had I stayed around), it's about cockroaches. I was supposed to move in in early September and upon coming upstairs after getting the keys I opened the door and saw cockroaches. Not just one, but many crawling around the inside of the doorframe. I saw them in the kitchen sink, in the closet, and in the bathroom. This was an *infestation*, and when I complained to the landlord he said no problem, I'll get an exterminator. He was ve
ry nice about it, but after talking to another tenant I got the feeling that this wasn't the only apartment that had this problem. I don't think the other tenants have been mentioning it to the landlord, which means that the whole building could be infested. I did't move my stuff in and am now fighting with the rental office to give me back my deposit. I know that lots of buildings in the west end have bug problems, but moving in and seeing dozens of them all over isn't a good first impression. No way could I live in there after what I saw - this building clearly isn't well maintained, and spraying one apartment is a bandaid solution. So glad I didn't move in.