150 Cosburn Ave
Toronto, ON M4J 2L9

Found 1 report:

June 2021
I can't comment on actually living in this building, since I only went for a viewing. But during touring an apartment, I found 20+ cockroaches. They were everywhere. On the living room floor, in the bedroom, kitchen cupboards full of them. This was an EMPTY unit ready for move-in! Not due to a dirty tenant.

I asked the super if the building has a pest problem. She responded "no". When I brought to her attention that there's cockroaches everywhere, she had no response. The only thi

ng she could come up with is "the previous tenant must not have reported it"...yeah right. If there are that many roaches scattered around an empty apartment during daytime, there's a bigger problem than 1 dirty tenant. Not to mention bedbugs (which plenty of reviews for this building mention). She told me they do not do pest control in the whole building, only affected apartments. No wonder the infestation spreads.

If management is so careless that they didn't even take the time to sweep a unit they were showing to a prospective tenant and just left roaches all over the floor, then I can only imagine the lack of care they have toward their tenants when they're already locked in a lease.

Management will lie to your face that there is no problem with bugs, meanwhile other buildings in the area readily disclosed the types of bug issues they've had, when, and what was done to fix it.

The units are huge, which is the only thing this building has going for it, but no amount of space is worth living in an infestation. They're charging $1500+hydro for this dump, while other MUCH BETTER buildings on the same street are charging $1400-$1450 for fully renovated units.

The infested apartment is on the 6th floor directly across from the elevator. I feel terrible for the people living in this building in these conditions. If you are dealing with these issues please know your rights!! Non-disclosure of pest problems is legal grounds for breaking a lease. You have the right to apply for a provincial order for pest control/maintenance to be done, abatement of rent until it is done, or breaking your lease if it is not done. Look up Breach of Maintenance Obligations through the Landlord Tenant Board - Tribunals Ontario.

Please save yourself the trouble and run!!

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