I live on the 1839 building which is managed by the same company and managers as 1821. This was my experience:
I had bedbugs in this building and management was really good about it! Within a few days they called Admiral Pest Control and the guy took care of my problem. It was a lot of work preparing my apartment for the spray, but it was well worth it! I only needed one spray to get rid of my problem! I talked to my neighbors and some have had the problem but the guy from Admiral took c
are of their apartments as well.
I dont know why the previous person would say that management charged $500 to spray because none of us were charged.
Bedbugs are a common problem now but if you have good managers and a good pest control company, you wont be living with bedbugs!
I moved into this building in May of 2011. The unit was very clean. I did not see indications for any kind of pests (roaches, bed bugs, etc), however, about two months into my 6 mos lease, I started seeing bed bugs. They have sprayed my unit once, but I will be moving anyways as Im not going to wait around to see if they come back. I threw my mattress and sheets and comforter away.
Im currently looking into any recourse available to get out of my lease and get my deposit back.
concerned tenant on 01/05/2010
Our apartment as well as other apartments are infested with bedbugs. The county health department confirmed the bedbugs and ordered our unit treated by a professional. The bugs went away for about a month, but are back again. We have thrown away our mattress and sleep on an air mattress, among other precautionary methods, but it seems futile.