35 Danforth Ave
Toronto, ON M4K

Found 6 reports:

08/01/12
This place is infested with bedbugs and its disgusting!
I have my self my husband and my child all with bites
All over bodies! DO NOT MOVE HERE


353A Danforth Ave., Toronto

The Superintendent and Owners are proactive in looking after any and all issues, all apartments are treated with a Certificate from Armour Pest Control for all pests found in Toronto.

For any concerns please contact Superintendent in the building or the Owners.

Thank you


DO NOT MOVE INTO 353A DANFORTH AVENUE!!!!

I myself was a tenant at one of the apartments at 353A Danforth Avenue. It was a horrible experience and I lost hundreds of dollars of furniture many of which were quite new at the point. In the beginning, I noticed a hives-like rash which I thought was allergies. Eventually, it got worse and the bugs grew big enough to be visible. I did alot of research and read that by the time they were big enough to see, it meant they were big enough to have layed

thousands of eggs.
I confronted the superintendent, he denied such claim and had the nerve to ask me to buy my own bug spray. I did, and it did nothing. It was so bad that I had to live with a friend until I figured out alternative living arrangments.
Finally, I moved out, into a clean newly renovated apartment but lived in fear for months for I was afraid I had carried the bugs with me.

DO NOT MOVE INTO 353A DANFORTH AVENUE!!!!

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this address is not 35 danforth ave it is 353A danforth ave in fested with bedbugs.please make sure people are aware of the proper address peoples lives were totally destroyed at this building and landlords know about it and still trying to rent apartments BEWARE


this address is not 35 danforth ave it is 353A danforth ave in fested with bedbugs.please make sure people are aware of the proper address peoples lives were totally destroyed at this building and landlords know about it and still trying to rent apartments BEWARE


I noticed bites on my ankles and went to the doctor and was told it was a rash. When I went home, there was a note posted by the landlord saying there were bugs in the building but did not specify. I then found out that my ankles bites were actually bed bug bites and that our building was infested. This was in the beginning of August. The landlord told me that he was not going to take care of it until September. He did take care of it but took almost a month.







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