While I’m happy with my immediate living space, the property comes with some major drawbacks. Having an elevator out of order made it hard to move in and it makes it even harder for me to receive my weekly grocery orders via delivery. This is honestly one of the worst places to live if you are depending on delivery and, due to the virus, I have to stay home. Every delivery is a nightmare, between codes that don’t work, locked doors, and an elevator that has been out of order for 8 months. My neighbors are some of the most horrible people I have ever known, either young, reckless partiers who never wear a mask or nosy, rude residents who complain about every step I take in my apartment even though it isn’t my fault that the building is urban with thin walls. However, I must give credit to the leasing office for attempting to navigate these problems with limited power and finances.