This is not a bedbug report, happily. I've been checking out old neighborhoods. I lived in your building for about 8 years until 1976 in a bedroom apartment (I can't remember the exact number) but it was on the lobby floor right to the left of the elevator. It had built-in shelves and a window seat in the bedroom and I left behind quite a bit since I moved to California, including some custom made furniture and a suspended bookcase that divided the living room area. There were Dutch doors to
the garden that I screened. I'm not requesting my belongings... just trying to identify the unit.
I was just wondering if someone might help me to arrange a little visit in the near future should I pass through New York. I'd just enjoy a quick peek at the apartment and the garden, if it doesn't terribly inconvenience the current tenant(s). I'll probably be in the city at the very beginning of May of this year.
I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and I know this might seem like a strange request, but I very much enjoyed that little bedroom apartment and wonder if my bookcase is still there... and my wild roses, mint, strawberry plants, shrubbery, and pine tree. I hope that my precious attempts in the garden thrived. I would assume that the back fence may have rotted down by now. If someone could take a few photos and e-mail them, that would be wonderful instead of my popping in. Did anyone knock down any walls? The bathroom and kitchen were SO small.
Well, thanks. And really sorry to hear about the bedbugs.
Enjoy what's left of the winter with all the snow this year.
P.S. I just read the fine print, below. I thought I was sending this to management and not just a bedbug registry. Can someone forward it? ty