3307 N Albany Ave
Chicago, IL 60618

Found 2 reports:

We moved in Mid-August 2019, and after signing the lease and moving in, the landlord notified us of an infestation that was "treated" 6 months prior to our move in. It had not been treated, and the landlord never checked the other units. We demanded in October that they check the units below ours (we are the top floor of a 3 unit building) and they found the infestation was coming from the 1st floor and had also infected the garden unit below them. An exterminator has been out multiple times and

we are still being bit and actively find live, healthy bed bugs in our bedroom and livingroom. We are attempting to file suit for damages to property, as we do not want to spread this infestation when we move out, and also for psychological and physical pain from the bites. We have also filed multiple reports to the city about this untreated issue. Here is a timeline:
08/15/19: was painting bathroom and found bed bug exoskeleton in bathtub. Called landlord and asked. This was the first he had told us about the previous infestation in our unit 6 months prior to our move in.
08/25/19: Called landlord to notify him of the bedbug bites that were continuing.
09/02/19: Texted landlord pictures of bedbugs we had found and captured and notified him of more bites.
09/06/19: exterminator came out for treatment
09/14/19: exterminator came out for treatment
09/17/19: reported bed bug infestation to Chicago City / Health Department
09/20/19: Informed landlord of new bedbug bites through text
10/09/19: exterminator came out for treatment
10/18/19: exterminator scheduled to come out for treatment. No show.
10/25/19: Exterminator came out for treatment and for the first time, examined the other units, found the root of the infection
10/29/19: notified landlord through text of new bedbug bites
10/31/19: City of Chicago examined the building and reported building violations to the landlord. This closed the report
12/12/19: Notified landlord through text of new bedbug bites
12/16/19: exterminator came out for treatment. Other tenants in building tried to refuse entry even though the landlord gave more than 5 day notice for treatment. I demanded they enter the units to treat. They did. They spent almost 15mins in the garden unit, and only 6 mins in the 1st floor unit. I opened a new Report with the City of Chicago for the ongoing infestation.
01/02/20: notified landlord through text of new bedbug bites and found a live bedbug in the living room on the couch.

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We moved in Mid-August 2019, and after signing the lease and moving in, the landlord notified us of an infestation that was "treated" 6 months prior to our move in. It had not been treated, and the landlord never checked the other units. We demanded in October that they check the units below ours (we are the top floor of a 3 unit building) and they found the infestation was coming from the 1st floor and had also infected the garden unit below them. An exterminator has been out multiple times and

we are still being bit and actively find live, healthy bed bugs in our bedroom and livingroom. We are attempting to file suit for damages to property, as we do not want to spread this infestation when we move out, and also for psychological and physical pain from the bites. We have also filed multiple reports to the city about this untreated issue. Here is a timeline:
08/15/19: was painting bathroom and found bed bug exoskeleton in bathtub. Called landlord and asked. This was the first he had told us about the previous infestation in our unit 6 months prior to our move in.
08/25/19: Called landlord to notify him of the bedbug bites that were continuing.
09/02/19: Texted landlord pictures of bedbugs we had found and captured and notified him of more bites.
09/06/19: exterminator came out for treatment
09/14/19: exterminator came out for treatment
09/17/19: reported bed bug infestation to Chicago City / Health Department
09/20/19: Informed landlord of new bedbug bites through text
10/09/19: exterminator came out for treatment
10/18/19: exterminator scheduled to come out for treatment. No show.
10/25/19: Exterminator came out for treatment and for the first time, examined the other units, found the root of the infection
10/29/19: notified landlord through text of new bedbug bites
10/31/19: City of Chicago examined the building and reported building violations to the landlord. This closed the report
12/12/19: Notified landlord through text of new bedbug bites
12/16/19: exterminator came out for treatment. Other tenants in building tried to refuse entry even though the landlord gave more than 5 day notice for treatment. I demanded they enter the units to treat. They did. They spent almost 15mins in the garden unit, and only 6 mins in the 1st floor unit. I opened a new Report with the City of Chicago for the ongoing infestation.
01/02/20: notified landlord through text of new bedbug bites and found a live bedbug in the living room on the couch.

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