SB Manhattan

We dropped off our application today for a unit in the SB Manhattan.  Concrete walls, washer/dryer in the unit, and same rent we've paid here at PE Lofts.  Oh - and two floors higher.

7 comments:

shaninLA said...

even though you'll be paying "the man" - the manhattan seems like a marked improvement over the current situation. good luck!

Ginny-Marie said...

I've heard the stories, but I'll trade Art the Ass for Barry Shy in a heartbeat.

MB said...

I'm surprised that management didn't offer a different unit for you to move into, is the PE really that full?

In any case, welcome! it will be great to have another baby in the building!

Samantha said...

hi this just came up when i googled "sb manhattan"...did you end up moving in there? any advice for someone considering moving into the building? is it worth it? thanks!

Anonymous said...

how is the management? any problems so far?

Ginny-Marie said...

So far so good. We've had the closet collapse right before Iolani's birth - which was fixed the next day. A cupboard door fell off, which was fixed pretty quickly (Although not the next day). There's a couple of little things here and there, but we haven't reported it to management. That's because we are a bit sleep deprived right now.

We like our neighbors, and we hope they like us. I know that having a 3-week old baby, who screams when her diaper is changed, or is hungry, or gassy, or just wants to be held...it likely trying on our neighbors. But, hopefully her beauty is enough to win them over.

From what I've experienced, leasing agent turnover is to be expected after the initial rush to move in tenants to a new building. This happened at both Santee Court and Pacific Electric.

Given that our building has been steadily filling over the last couple of weeks, we should expect to see at least one of the leasing agents depart.

Is there something specific you are concerned about?

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