UCH Executive Offices

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  • 1062 Lancaster Avenue Suite 30B

    Philadelphia, PA 19010

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  • 610-525-3900

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No human should ever live in a property owned by uch. Unless, however, you enjoy living in rat infested buildings, no hot water, no maintenance, and other housing atrocities.

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No human should ever live in a property owned by uch. Unless, however, you enjoy living in rat infested buildings, no hot water, no maintenance, and other housing atrocities.

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I have two bathrooms that are pouring water from the ceilings. This has been going on for four months. The sad thing is that this apartment is costing me over $1,800.00 a month.

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I have two bathrooms that are pouring water from the ceilings. This has been going on for four months. The sad thing is that this apartment is costing me over $1,800.00 a month.

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Having lived in a UCH ??maintained? building, you realize that the only upside to living there is the low rent. Otherwise, it is simply not worth the hassle. I??ll start my review with day 1.

Lease agreement:
When signing their lease agreements, you will be expected to move out 3 or 4 days before the end of you last month. What residents are expected to do/store their stuff, since most leases begin on the 1st of the month is beyond me. They also charge you 1 months down payment, last month??s rent and a security deposit, so essentially they??re holding over a grand of your money hostage while you??re living in their undermaintained building.

Move-in:
Trying to work out a convenient time to move in is not acceptable. Even though my apartment was empty and ??cleaned? 4 days before my move-in, they would not allow me to move in on the evening of the 31st of the month. Prior to the move-in, I was promised that during those 4 days, the apartment would be cleaned??the room upon move in was completely dusty, the stove and bathroom dirty??essentially, it was untouched since the previous tenant moved out.

Heating:
This is by far the biggest complaint??expect your apartment to not have heat in the night and afternoon hours, their regulator simply shuts it off completely during those hours no matter how cold it is. Other residents have called to complain to UCH and to city of Philadelphia authorities, which have cited them numerous times, but nothing has been done to change the situation.

Pests:
Multiple reports of roaches and mice in the building, calls to UCH for exterminator have gone unheeded.

Repairs:
Their maintenance stuff is simply incompetent, not showing up to do basic repairs and not having the proper skills to make those repairs as well.

Fire Alarm:
The building has faulty wiring that UCH refuses to fix as well, so the fire alarm usually goes off at least several times a month at all hours of the day.

Mail/Entrance:
If you want to receive UPS mail, you have to drive down to Philadelphia??s Oregon Street facilities. The buzzer at the entrance is non-functional and UPS will not make drops for fear of package being stolen. Residents have asked UCH to provide UPS with the keys, as other buildings have, but they refuse and make hollow promises.

If I had known how poorly maintained this building was, I would have much rather paid more to live in a better, more convenient place. More importantly, I??ve come to realize that UCH??s promises are almost always empty, so if this is what you??re looking for in a landlord, then this is the place for you. If you are apartment hunting in Philadelphia, my advice to you is that you look elsewhere.

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★☆☆☆☆

Having lived in a UCH ??maintained? building, you realize that the only upside to living there is the low rent. Otherwise, it is simply not worth the hassle. I??ll start my review with day 1.

Lease agreement:
When signing their lease agreements, you will be expected to move out 3 or 4 days before the end of you last month. What residents are expected to do/store their stuff, since most leases begin on the 1st of the month is beyond me. They also charge you 1 months down payment, last month??s rent and a security deposit, so essentially they??re holding over a grand of your money hostage while you??re living in their undermaintained building.

Move-in:
Trying to work out a convenient time to move in is not acceptable. Even though my apartment was empty and ??cleaned? 4 days before my move-in, they would not allow me to move in on the evening of the 31st of the month. Prior to the move-in, I was promised that during those 4 days, the apartment would be cleaned??the room upon move in was completely dusty, the stove and bathroom dirty??essentially, it was untouched since the previous tenant moved out.

Heating:
This is by far the biggest complaint??expect your apartment to not have heat in the night and afternoon hours, their regulator simply shuts it off completely during those hours no matter how cold it is. Other residents have called to complain to UCH and to city of Philadelphia authorities, which have cited them numerous times, but nothing has been done to change the situation.

Pests:
Multiple reports of roaches and mice in the building, calls to UCH for exterminator have gone unheeded.

Repairs:
Their maintenance stuff is simply incompetent, not showing up to do basic repairs and not having the proper skills to make those repairs as well.

Fire Alarm:
The building has faulty wiring that UCH refuses to fix as well, so the fire alarm usually goes off at least several times a month at all hours of the day.

Mail/Entrance:
If you want to receive UPS mail, you have to drive down to Philadelphia??s Oregon Street facilities. The buzzer at the entrance is non-functional and UPS will not make drops for fear of package being stolen. Residents have asked UCH to provide UPS with the keys, as other buildings have, but they refuse and make hollow promises.

If I had known how poorly maintained this building was, I would have much rather paid more to live in a better, more convenient place. More importantly, I??ve come to realize that UCH??s promises are almost always empty, so if this is what you??re looking for in a landlord, then this is the place for you. If you are apartment hunting in Philadelphia, my advice to you is that you look elsewhere.

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I have lived in a UCH building for 4 years now. I stayed that long because it was cheap, but now things have become unbearable. I went to the basement laundry room over a month ago and saw a rat - I complained to the management and they said they would send an exterminator. A week later I saw a rat again - UCH has not done anything and even an exterminator would not do the job as there are holes in the basement windows that they have not fixed!

My ceiling is water-damaged - I asked them to fix it but they have not - it has been months. My shower water knobs fell off - I asked them to fix it and someone actually came, only to yell at me while he fixed the problem. Every other time I have asked for something to be fixed, it isn't. I really recommend that you keep looking - don't move into one of their apartments; it's just not worth it.

www.universitycityhousingsucks.blogspot.com

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I have lived in a UCH building for 4 years now. I stayed that long because it was cheap, but now things have become unbearable. I went to the basement laundry room over a month ago and saw a rat - I complained to the management and they said they would send an exterminator. A week later I saw a rat again - UCH has not done anything and even an exterminator would not do the job as there are holes in the basement windows that they have not fixed!

My ceiling is water-damaged - I asked them to fix it but they have not - it has been months. My shower water knobs fell off - I asked them to fix it and someone actually came, only to yell at me while he fixed the problem. Every other time I have asked for something to be fixed, it isn't. I really recommend that you keep looking - don't move into one of their apartments; it's just not worth it.

www.universitycityhousingsucks.blogspot.com

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