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This is my first time in NYC and I wanted to rent an apartment and did a lot of research or so I thought. I found an apartment through Shilan Inc. The photos on the website made the place look really nice but when we...More
Yes the hand rail is loose and the place is much smaller than it looks in the pictures which I was expecting. There are 3 of us so a hotel would have cost lots more. It has a central location down the road from the...More
We stayed at this apartment in Nov and it was god damn awful
There are no lifts upto the apartments,the hand rails on the stairs are loose and very shakey .
the apartment itself was small and dingy .
The worse thing of all was...More
We stayed in 336 West 46th Street. This whole building is a fire hazard and should be shut down. Exposed wires everywhere, no covers on outlets, air conditioning still in window (this is November), windows did not lock and there are no fire escapes. Heat...More
This place was dingy and decrepit and depressing. It was drafty with use of space heaters for heat. There were loose wires and cords throughout making it an electrical fire hazard. Needs we're not met when toilet paper, towels pillows were requested. Linens and towels...More
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