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66-37 Pleasantview St

The neighborhood is great and quiet. Not too far from the park. Parking is not an issue, very easy to find except for late at night when everyone is home. So don't get suckered into paying extra for parking. It is NOT worth it The apartments in this house... The landlord doesn’t fix much, everything is patch work. The foundation of the house is cracked leaving the entire house on a slant. The first floor apartment has no closet space and the upstairs apartment is outdated. The backyard and front of the house is not kept well. There are multiple sinking areas in the backyard and chipped cement. The landlords are not flexible
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The neighborhood is great and quiet. Not too far from the park. Parking is not an issue, very easy to find except for late at night when everyone is home. So don't get suckered into paying extra for parking. It is NOT worth it The apartments in this house... The landlord doesn’t fix much, everything is patch work. The foundation of the house is cracked leaving the entire house on a slant. The first floor apartment has no closet space and the upstairs apartment is outdated. The backyard and front of the house is not kept well. There are multiple sinking areas in the backyard and chipped cement. The landlords are not flexible with rent even during the year of the pandemic. Walls are very thin so you hear everything. Downstairs tenants have said they can hear every footstep upstairs neighbors make. Walls are also very thing, you can hear the TV between the floors even on the lowest volume There has been an issue with the electrical outlets not working, which we told to the landlord only for them to hand us a heavy duty extension cord and told us plug everything into that. The overhead light in our child's bedroom was an exposed live wire running from an outlet. The city came in and deemed it a fire hazard and told them to remove it. We were promised by the landlord that they would replace it with a proper overhead light, two years ago and it never happened. There is a constant heating issue throughout the house, where the heat doesn't always work and the apartment becomes cold. It has been reported to the landlord several times only for them to "come take a look" and tell us everything is fine. We bought digital thermometers for entire house that records data to show them how cold it gets. One weekend it was between 48 -54 degrees in the house and we texted and asked them to please turn on the heat. They ignored us and have yet to fix the heating issue to this day. They said to our face they know what the problem is but it is too expensive to fix. Naturally we were upset and told them that is unacceptable and that they need to fix the heat. This resulted in the owners significant other/maintenance guy screaming in my husbands face and saying racial slurs about us being jewish. We have had to invest in electric heaters for each room, which has made our electricity bill sky high as well as the circuit breaker keeps tripping because of us using some much power to keep the house warm enough for our family. There was a day we woke up to no power around 6 am and we messaged and call the landlord multiple times to please come reset the breaker (there is no access to it) as our child needed to do remote learning and I needed to work from home. It took them close to 9 hours to respond and come reset it. So we were freezing with no power, I had to call out of work and my child missed an entire day of school. One of the bedrooms (which we turned into a closet since there is only one small closet in the apartment) has no heating source whatsoever. They randomly installed cameras all around the property without warning. One of the cameras is pointing directly into our child's bedroom. My child has expressed it makes them feel uncomfortable and we have asked nicely for them to please move the camera to a different side so that it does not look in the direction of the bedroom window and the landlord responded by slamming doors in my face while talking to them and refusing to move it. They also installed a security camera pointing at a mirror $20 from target above the front door. It does not capture who comes in and out of the front door but what is happening down the hall at our apartment front door inside of the house. It is also a safety hazard as the mirror is not securely on the wall and moves every-time we go out of the main front door of the house. It is about to fall any minute. We have asked them to please remove the mirror as well only for them to continue to ignore us. The cameras were only installed after the other tenants moved out almost a year ago so it was directed to make us uncomfortable. No one has moved into the other apartment yet. Police were called and even the officers told them the mirror is a hazard and the way the cameras are positioned it is inappropriate/an invasion of privacy. I have heard them say the cameras are there for safety to potential new tenants, but it is only there for them to see and hear what you are doing. As great of a neighborhood as this is and the great potential this house has, the landlord is rude, disrespectful and does not want to fix anything without a fight about it. Otherwise the house is a great size. Nice neighbors and neighborhood. Great school district. Walking distance to some supermarkets, not the best, but doable. Watch out for the Ctown on Metropolitan, they tend to leave expired products on the shelves for sale. It is sad that it is a nightmare to live in this apartment/house and deal with this landlord because the neighborhood is so nice and family friendly.
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Batya Simacha

185 W Houston St

The board is obnoxious and secretive. The maintenance keeps rising. The building is filthy. The walls are paper-thin. The halls are a disgrace. You can smell the garbage from the compactors. The neighbors are hostile. There are rats and mice.
alex symthe

6 W 126th St

This building in one of the highest rents around and yet since we have lived there (less than a year) we have had the dishwasher break three times, the refrigerator/freezer break at least 5 times, the washer broke and we can't use the oven unless we open all the windows or the fire alarm goes off. Instead of replacing the units with new ones that actually work, they always try to fix it - which only is a bandaid on the problem and we are back to broken appliances in a matter of weeks. The walls are not insolated between apartments so you hear absolutely everything going on in your neighbor's apartments. If noise bothers you, absol
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This building in one of the highest rents around and yet since we have lived there (less than a year) we have had the dishwasher break three times, the refrigerator/freezer break at least 5 times, the washer broke and we can't use the oven unless we open all the windows or the fire alarm goes off. Instead of replacing the units with new ones that actually work, they always try to fix it - which only is a bandaid on the problem and we are back to broken appliances in a matter of weeks. The walls are not insolated between apartments so you hear absolutely everything going on in your neighbor's apartments. If noise bothers you, absolutely do not rent here.
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claire oliver

523 Franklin Ave

If you are looking for luxury search elsewhere! This is a beautiful building on the outside but fails miserably on the inside. Where should I begin? The water was constantly brown for about 3 weeks with no fix in sight. The heaters have to be filled with propane or something so they run out often. Cigarette and weed fill the air in your apartment from the vents and the other tenants smoking in their units. And Management will not do anything about this. Garbage consistently overflows to where you cannot even walk in to throw anything away. Windows barely open a couple inches. It will take you a long time to find your package in th
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If you are looking for luxury search elsewhere! This is a beautiful building on the outside but fails miserably on the inside. Where should I begin? The water was constantly brown for about 3 weeks with no fix in sight. The heaters have to be filled with propane or something so they run out often. Cigarette and weed fill the air in your apartment from the vents and the other tenants smoking in their units. And Management will not do anything about this. Garbage consistently overflows to where you cannot even walk in to throw anything away. Windows barely open a couple inches. It will take you a long time to find your package in the package room as it's a mess. Homeless sleep outside each night and it's like living in a mini ghetto but in a nice building. Walls are paper thin and could hear my ghetto neighbor having loud moaning sex with her female lover. But the good news is I didn't see any rats. It was a short stay and others are moving out too. The building is brand new. Good luck!
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James Taylor

131 Barrow St

I rented a unit in this residence from Orly Benun, in unit 4B. It was by far the most awful experience, for a variety of reasons. While the residence is located in a nice neighborhood, the apartment and living experience itself is below subpar. Firstly, the building is a five-floor walk-up with extremely old infrastructure. It is decaying and is poorly built. The apartment unit itself first had many issues with the bathroom. Water bugs infected the bathroom within the first few days, climbing out from the plumbing. The hot water runs out and the drains clog extremely easily. The doorknob fell off of the door several times duri
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I rented a unit in this residence from Orly Benun, in unit 4B. It was by far the most awful experience, for a variety of reasons. While the residence is located in a nice neighborhood, the apartment and living experience itself is below subpar. Firstly, the building is a five-floor walk-up with extremely old infrastructure. It is decaying and is poorly built. The apartment unit itself first had many issues with the bathroom. Water bugs infected the bathroom within the first few days, climbing out from the plumbing. The hot water runs out and the drains clog extremely easily. The doorknob fell off of the door several times during the span of a few months. Within the room itself, the room has a broken heater and many issues with bugs, infections, fleas, and more. The privacy barrier to the room fell off, and the door is inflexible and prone to getting stuck. I had to spend money on bug spray due to the frequency of bug bites I had received from this room, even during the fall and winter. The landlord, Orly Benun, puts on a facade of being nice but is actually highly abusive, manipulative, invasive, and materialistic. She makes up charges — like randomly placing the burden of electricity into you, despite her using most of it. She also invades your privacy and browses through your private material. She also refuses to return your security deposit on time. She is an extremely unpleasant landlord and is highly unprofessional. She also has a very unpleasant demeanor. It is also extremely overpriced for what you receive. You can get many better offers if you just look around and there are many other furnished housing residences available.
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H C

240 E 27th St

Safia the building manager is disgusting. Do not believe anything she says. She will lie through her teeth to get you to sign a lease, to leave you in the dust and not respond (nor will the entire building until you contact corporate) to any issues you are having. They will try to raise your rent 6-13% each year, even when the same units are now renting for 30% less and they will not let you move to a cheaper unit because of "corporate policy". The latest problem is the late night raves coming from Apt 4A. There is a constant flow of people (10-20+ per night) which is concerning just from COVID risks alone, but the inability t
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Safia the building manager is disgusting. Do not believe anything she says. She will lie through her teeth to get you to sign a lease, to leave you in the dust and not respond (nor will the entire building until you contact corporate) to any issues you are having. They will try to raise your rent 6-13% each year, even when the same units are now renting for 30% less and they will not let you move to a cheaper unit because of "corporate policy". The latest problem is the late night raves coming from Apt 4A. There is a constant flow of people (10-20+ per night) which is concerning just from COVID risks alone, but the inability to sleep from the blasting music through 3am most nights during the week and the aggressive weed smell emanating from that apartment is absurd. Management doesn't do anything and tells tenants to call the cops because they won't deal with it. Wtf is that... the building management won't intervene to keep the nearby tenants on the 4th and 5th floors in a habitable environment. Insanity. If I can save one person the headache of moving in here after reading this review, I will be happy, to prevent someone from making the same mistake I did. If you already moved in and are having issues, especially from Safia, the repulsive, narcissistic and dishonest building manager, I suggest you contact Equity Resdential Corporate with any issues. Here are some emails that may be helpful mparrell@eqr.com (CEO) rgarechana@eqr.com (CFO) mmanelis@eqr.com (COO) cmoreno1@eqr.com (VP) mgast@eqr.com (VP) csorensen@eqr.com (HR).
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Ryan Steinman

215 W 83rd St

Really nice, older building but the management is really unprofessional. Alley is shared with the Rita Berger House, which helps people with behavioral and functional deficits, so there's often people milling about the entrance at night and sometimes there is someone getting sick and sobbing in the later hours. All of my interactions with management have been negative, unprofessional, and impolite. Will not be staying.
Rose Reeb

267 6th Ave

Left with no heat and MIA management company We have been living in this building for three months. The neighborhood is lovely, and the apartment itself is nice—although the appliances are the cheapest version they could get and tend to break down a lot. Problems started still in the summer. The AC unit broke down, the incredibly nice building maintenance person did everything he could to fix the problem, but the unit needs replacement. We have been trying to get them to replace the unit for so long that Fall came, and now WE DO NOT HAVE HEAT, as it's a mixed AC/heat unit. The management company simply ignores any communi
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Left with no heat and MIA management company We have been living in this building for three months. The neighborhood is lovely, and the apartment itself is nice—although the appliances are the cheapest version they could get and tend to break down a lot. Problems started still in the summer. The AC unit broke down, the incredibly nice building maintenance person did everything he could to fix the problem, but the unit needs replacement. We have been trying to get them to replace the unit for so long that Fall came, and now WE DO NOT HAVE HEAT, as it's a mixed AC/heat unit. The management company simply ignores any communication by email or phone. I have gotten an attorney and will start withholding rent, and not providing heat is illegal per NY state law. Park Slope is a great neighborhood but run away from anything managed by NAFTALI GROUP or Douglas Elliman Property Management.
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Phil Calçado

215 33rd St

Nastiest place to rent. Landlord ignored requests. Once you are a tenant they are done. Nothing done about the dirty bug infested hallways, loud neighbors. Absolutely awful!
Cindy Luepke

31 Debevoise St

The minimal wall between floors and neighbors continuously means the slightest “loud” noise travels through the floor and windows. Whether its music or the garbage truck that seems to come at 1am for some reason without fail. There’s been construction on the 2 and 3rd floors for most of 2020 - so if you live on the 4th floor, you’ll b woken up to the sweet sounds of construction from 7am onwards. Packages are continuously stolen from the “package room” regardless of the designated “package room” that is accessed by key fob. Good majority of the building is pretty young, so if you’re trying to avoid post
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The minimal wall between floors and neighbors continuously means the slightest “loud” noise travels through the floor and windows. Whether its music or the garbage truck that seems to come at 1am for some reason without fail. There’s been construction on the 2 and 3rd floors for most of 2020 - so if you live on the 4th floor, you’ll b woken up to the sweet sounds of construction from 7am onwards. Packages are continuously stolen from the “package room” regardless of the designated “package room” that is accessed by key fob. Good majority of the building is pretty young, so if you’re trying to avoid post college kid interactions, I’d look elsewhere
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adamfran0

1325 5th Ave

We bought our apartment in this building last year, and have 2 kids--we just received a $500 fee for our children using WASHABLE chalk on the OUTDOOR ground of the second floor. We are amidst a pandemic people.... REALLY you are going to say our children's chalk is graffiti and that members of the building were "greatly disturbed." While I am sure I would love to have you as my neighbor, unfortunately there is a TERRIBLY hostile vibe that has been set by the management company.
Donielle

423 E 12th St

Best apartment building ever!!! I have lived in many many NYC apartments over the years but none quite like this. I moved in this year, in July 2020 and I can’t believe how lucky I am to have found a place that felt like home instantly. My landlord Adam is super accommodating and helpful with everything, including the process - so easy . He feels like a family member and I have to say all of the tenants love him. He quickly responds to any questions - truly the most responsive and land lord I ever interacted with. The building is clean, well taken care of by our fantastic superintendent. The apartments are renovated with de
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Best apartment building ever!!! I have lived in many many NYC apartments over the years but none quite like this. I moved in this year, in July 2020 and I can’t believe how lucky I am to have found a place that felt like home instantly. My landlord Adam is super accommodating and helpful with everything, including the process - so easy . He feels like a family member and I have to say all of the tenants love him. He quickly responds to any questions - truly the most responsive and land lord I ever interacted with. The building is clean, well taken care of by our fantastic superintendent. The apartments are renovated with design and function in mind. There is an amazing courtyard between the buildings where the neighbors come together and everyone is friendly and warm. If you are looking for a building that has a an East village neighborhood vibe, this is it! I am never moving again.
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Laura Tagliareni

Newark

Good place
Dev Team

70 Little W St

The staff are generally nice, and its a nice but aging building. Kitchens can be outfitted better, and the washer dryers are small and old. The building is basically in siberia but its nice if you have a family. the prices some of the owners expect for rent or sale are insane and unrealistic. its basically a mediocre option
Real NYC

50 Murray Street

50 Murray's building management recently created a no-alcohol policy for the roof deck. No exceptions, no warnings, threatening residents with a $500 fine. The roof deck was a major selling point for the building. Would be nice to have a sip of wine without fear. Add to the list of frustrations with management, including raising rents during the pandemic. On the positive side, building staff (doormen, concierge, maintenance guys, etc) are great.
Matt Potter

129 N 3rd St

BED BUGS, HARASSMENT, BREAKING LAWS, REFUSAL TO FOLLOW CONTRACT - DON’T EVEN BOTHER! In my 14 years of living in NYC, Plaza has been hands down the worst management company that I have ever dealt with. A few things that have happened in the past few months: - Bed bugs - Tenant harassment - Breaking laws - Refusal to pay for things that are their responsibility by law - Incredibly rude people - I had to deal with Brenda in their office for most of this and she is incredibly rude. She also has zero motivation to get anything done. During the pandemic, I, like a lot of people, was out of work. I had to wait for four mont
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BED BUGS, HARASSMENT, BREAKING LAWS, REFUSAL TO FOLLOW CONTRACT - DON’T EVEN BOTHER! In my 14 years of living in NYC, Plaza has been hands down the worst management company that I have ever dealt with. A few things that have happened in the past few months: - Bed bugs - Tenant harassment - Breaking laws - Refusal to pay for things that are their responsibility by law - Incredibly rude people - I had to deal with Brenda in their office for most of this and she is incredibly rude. She also has zero motivation to get anything done. During the pandemic, I, like a lot of people, was out of work. I had to wait for four months for my unemployment to clear. This was thoroughly communicated to Plaza and a rent freeze was put into place to protect tenants from eviction while we were on lockdown. Part of the rent freeze included landlords not being able to charge late fees in that specified time frame. During this time, Plaza continued to harass me by email and even showing up on my door step unannounced. I told them multiple times that they would have everything by August 20th when the freeze lifted (which I completely paid off on that date) but they continued to harass me. They also tried to charge me $1200 in late fees which was illegal in that time frame. I reminded them of this several times and they kept trying to negotiate with me even though what they were doing was illegal. After much badgering and sending the link to the government site several times, I got them to remove the fees. Flash forward a week after this and I discover that now, I have bed bugs. I reported it immediately and they took a few days to finally book an appointment with an exterminator. Brenda in the office sent over a .pdf with instructions on how to prep my apartment for extermination with no further explanation. I was told to pack my entire apartment like I was moving. Everything had to be boxed, bagged, sanitized and all linens/clothes had to be put through the wash. Obviously, those supplies cost money and Plaza offered no supplies whatsoever. I had to shell out $200 for all of that stuff and they are giving me the runaround on reimbursement even though I supplied receipts. In NYC, landlords are solely responsible for bed bug treatment. Then the exterminator came out, picked up one of the bugs and said “yep, that’s a bed bug”. After the treatment, he back tracked on it and tried to tell me I had mosquitos with no explanation about what the bugs were in my couch. However, he said that he still exterminated for both mosquitos and bed bugs. And, why would you exterminate for bed bugs if there were none? He also lied and said that the bug bites that I was covered in from neck to knees were from mosquitos. The bug bites I had were in a straight line pattern which is how bed bugs bite, not mosquitos. See attached pic. To top it off, my apartment was completely unlivable from August 25th - September 18th. I was sleeping on the floor the entire time and they refuse to offer any kind of rent deduction for that period. So, if you want to be harassed, covered in a rash, sleep on the floor for weeks, get ripped off and have an unlivable space, then this is the building for you. I highly recommend avoiding this place.
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Kelley Miller

100 Forsyth St

While you’re lured in by the freshly renovated space and in-unit washer and dryer, you’ll quickly learn the building has no plans to consider the space as anything but empty and treat tenants like vultures as continued grievances are aired with no help from the apartment. After losing my job in April and showing that my unemployment was yet to be approved, the building offered no decrease in rent. Also- those cute and stylish sliding doors? FIRE HAZARD. My roommate had to be cut out of her room when the cheap sliding door broke off its hinge. Furthermore, after construction from 6 AM to 8 PM with multiple strangers coming in and
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While you’re lured in by the freshly renovated space and in-unit washer and dryer, you’ll quickly learn the building has no plans to consider the space as anything but empty and treat tenants like vultures as continued grievances are aired with no help from the apartment. After losing my job in April and showing that my unemployment was yet to be approved, the building offered no decrease in rent. Also- those cute and stylish sliding doors? FIRE HAZARD. My roommate had to be cut out of her room when the cheap sliding door broke off its hinge. Furthermore, after construction from 6 AM to 8 PM with multiple strangers coming in and out of our apartment daily, MIND YOU all of this occurred PEAK COVID, they offered no rent reduction after saying they initially would indeed proceed with a rent reduction. They said there were no means for it. Unbelievable. What a trash company. Do not live here. Thousands of better apartment buildings and treatment of tenants around the city. Disgusting.
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Jacqueline Childers

119 W 15th St

I moved in the midst of a Pandemic. Obviously, there were always underlying issues when moving during a time of uncertainty. I moved not being able to tour apartments as that was the height of the Pandemic and realized that. I have lived in the unit now 3 months and during those three months, I was never given an opportunity at the beginning to negotiate my rent and was never given any sort of incentives to move in. I should have been a little bit more wiser. The building in pictures looked amazing, I was excited to move in! Updated kitchen, wood floors, great views, the ideal perfect apartment. Since I moved into the unit there hav
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I moved in the midst of a Pandemic. Obviously, there were always underlying issues when moving during a time of uncertainty. I moved not being able to tour apartments as that was the height of the Pandemic and realized that. I have lived in the unit now 3 months and during those three months, I was never given an opportunity at the beginning to negotiate my rent and was never given any sort of incentives to move in. I should have been a little bit more wiser. The building in pictures looked amazing, I was excited to move in! Updated kitchen, wood floors, great views, the ideal perfect apartment. Since I moved into the unit there have been 2 mice incidents with the only response to this being "Your super will take care of this". I have terrible asthma and mice droppings, and mice flare my asthma more so I was very concerned. Given the amount that I am paying for rent I expected this to not be a repetitive issue but alas it was. Packages being stolen here is something that you will get accostomed too. Multiple tenants that I have met in and out have said the same thing. Nothing really can be done about this which made it more of a strike two. Strike three for me was noticing price drop on other units while I stayed locked into a price that was 20% less than what I was paying for. Negotiate if you want to live here, expect potential mice issues, and have your packages request sign only deliveries.
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Jonathan Cartagena

125 Parkside Ave

Lived here for 2 years. On the surface, this is a beautiful apartment. Great location and great amenities. But after the glamour of the building fades, there are some major problems here. The floor boards in our apartment buckled and warped into each other. The management in the building took 4 months to fix. When they "fixed" it, they did not prevent it from happening again, because, 5 months later, it happened again. It took a lot of arguing and emails to receive compensation for this high inconvenience. The communication between management and residents is abysmal. The staff turnaround in this building is constant. Very disa
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Lived here for 2 years. On the surface, this is a beautiful apartment. Great location and great amenities. But after the glamour of the building fades, there are some major problems here. The floor boards in our apartment buckled and warped into each other. The management in the building took 4 months to fix. When they "fixed" it, they did not prevent it from happening again, because, 5 months later, it happened again. It took a lot of arguing and emails to receive compensation for this high inconvenience. The communication between management and residents is abysmal. The staff turnaround in this building is constant. Very disappointed in this "luxury" apartment.
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Jagger Kugler

New York Stock Exchange

Worst rental experience of my life even after 10 years in NYC. An armed robbery in the building that the doormen were told not to tell us about, legionairres disease in the water, Sonder guests causing disturbances and taking over the amenity spaces and a 24 year old "Resident Manager" named Matthew who harassed me again and again about my service dog to the point that I spoke with an attorney and was told it was an ADA violation case they'd take on contingency it was so strong. There is a reason they are facing a suit by residents and are also suing Sonder for non payment. RUN do not walk away from this unsafe hellhole.
Courtney
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