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    Denver, CO 80203

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The Good, The Bad and The Ugly\n\nThe Good is fairly obvious (and also short). The Good is explained the second you walk into the leasing office - great location, great roof deck, and a somewhat decent price (only if you get one that has been newly renovated with crappy fixtures). The front office staff is nice as well, though completely overwhelmed by needing to toe the company line of a veeerrrrry crappy company.\n\nThe Bad\n\n1. Noise - The Rockstar Lounge next door thumps so loudly that you cannot sleep on the fifth floor, even with earplugs and a white noise machine. Management doesn't care.\n2. Noise - Plan on being ""in the club"" as your neighbors listen to base music much too loud for a 60 year old building to contain.\n3. Maintenance - Average at best. Our disposal still doesn't work, our carpet installed stains without spills occurring, and the common areas are brutal. The front doors break once a month and take two days to fix - how about a new set of doors made for the usage?\n4. Elevators - Break constantly, are slow, and are often reserved.\n5. Pigeons - will wake you up constantly, because the building does nothing to mitigate them.\n6. Laundry - The machines don't work half the time and the cards take your money. Expect to pay about double, and don't expect management to care - it's an outside company so why should they worry about it?\n7. Water - Sometimes works great. Sometimes is all hot or all cold. Cold is common, especially if you need to go to work when normal people go to work. About every 4 months or so, expect there to be no water at all.\n\nThe Ugly\n\n1. Management - If a bill is $1.27 underpaid, you get a notice immediately. If they need access, you get a notice immediately. If you overpay by $100, request service, or do most anything else, they have no process whatsoever. It's quite amazing. The front office people are very nice, but the head property manager and Greystar are the worst I've ever seen in 20 years of being both a tenant and landlord.\n2. Windows - We have been here 14 months (long story, but we regretfully renewed) and the windows haven't been cleaned YET. Oh, and the pidgeon good and hair is all over...because of no cleaning.\n3. The Sales Pitch - DO NOT BELIEVE THERE WILL BE AN ADDED FITNESS FACILITY. This has been told to every new tenant for the last 14 months. First is was a gym addition and then a yoga studio...regardless....it ain't happening.\n4. Mold - The bathrooms are old and have zero ventilation. Prepare to fight mold.\n5. Any Management Services - Expect weekends to be a nightmare. Snow? You'll be wading through slush and black ice until Monday afternoon. Homeless guy sleeping in the Lincoln Doorway? Give him a cracker, because he'll be there awhile. Puke in the elevator? Take the stairs...it ain't leavin'.

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The Good, The Bad and The Ugly\n\nThe Good is fairly obvious (and also short). The Good is explained the second you walk into the leasing office - great location, great roof deck, and a somewhat decent price (only if you get one that has been newly renovated with crappy fixtures). The front office staff is nice as well, though completely overwhelmed by needing to toe the company line of a veeerrrrry crappy company.\n\nThe Bad\n\n1. Noise - The Rockstar Lounge next door thumps so loudly that you cannot sleep on the fifth floor, even with earplugs and a white noise machine. Management doesn't care.\n2. Noise - Plan on being ""in the club"" as your neighbors listen to base music much too loud for a 60 year old building to contain.\n3. Maintenance - Average at best. Our disposal still doesn't work, our carpet installed stains without spills occurring, and the common areas are brutal. The front doors break once a month and take two days to fix - how about a new set of doors made for the usage?\n4. Elevators - Break constantly, are slow, and are often reserved.\n5. Pigeons - will wake you up constantly, because the building does nothing to mitigate them.\n6. Laundry - The machines don't work half the time and the cards take your money. Expect to pay about double, and don't expect management to care - it's an outside company so why should they worry about it?\n7. Water - Sometimes works great. Sometimes is all hot or all cold. Cold is common, especially if you need to go to work when normal people go to work. About every 4 months or so, expect there to be no water at all.\n\nThe Ugly\n\n1. Management - If a bill is $1.27 underpaid, you get a notice immediately. If they need access, you get a notice immediately. If you overpay by $100, request service, or do most anything else, they have no process whatsoever. It's quite amazing. The front office people are very nice, but the head property manager and Greystar are the worst I've ever seen in 20 years of being both a tenant and landlord.\n2. Windows - We have been here 14 months (long story, but we regretfully renewed) and the windows haven't been cleaned YET. Oh, and the pidgeon good and hair is all over...because of no cleaning.\n3. The Sales Pitch - DO NOT BELIEVE THERE WILL BE AN ADDED FITNESS FACILITY. This has been told to every new tenant for the last 14 months. First is was a gym addition and then a yoga studio...regardless....it ain't happening.\n4. Mold - The bathrooms are old and have zero ventilation. Prepare to fight mold.\n5. Any Management Services - Expect weekends to be a nightmare. Snow? You'll be wading through slush and black ice until Monday afternoon. Homeless guy sleeping in the Lincoln Doorway? Give him a cracker, because he'll be there awhile. Puke in the elevator? Take the stairs...it ain't leavin'.

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I lived there for two years and only hated my roommate. Everyone in the office was super nice. The collection agency for the mezzo is not quite nice though.

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I lived there for two years and only hated my roommate. Everyone in the office was super nice. The collection agency for the mezzo is not quite nice though.

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I have lived in many apartment buildings in many cities. I can say without a doubt that the Mezzo is the worst apartment building I have ever lived in. It is loud, dirty and has quite possibly the worst management of any building in the city. They do not care at all about their tenants. You will regret living here.

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I have lived in many apartment buildings in many cities. I can say without a doubt that the Mezzo is the worst apartment building I have ever lived in. It is loud, dirty and has quite possibly the worst management of any building in the city. They do not care at all about their tenants. You will regret living here.

Pros: location

Cons: everything related to living in a decent comfortable environment

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I found out the hard way that there's no statute in Denver covering how much notice your landlord has to give before raising your rent. Under new management, they just raised my rent for the 3rd time this year, and they've never bothered to tell me before I paid it. They just post a mysterious demand on your door and make you call to find out what it's for. First it was the $100 ""month-to-month"" fee, then they raised it by $50 dollars in April and now an additional $50 for May. My neighbors tell me they did the same thing, but that they were happy to waive the late fee and the increase in rent if you sign a new lease... which just tells me this is their tactic to get you on a new lease. \r\nSo why not just sign a new lease? There are 3 elevators, and 1 of them is frequently down ""due to safety hazards."" Another is erratic- sometimes the door doesn't close all the way while moving-- which is nerve racking. It's not uncommon for both to be down on the weekends. And the 3rd is a freight elevator that is locked down every morning for the trash collector, and most weekends for someone moving in. \r\nThe ""Cyber Lounge"" is 3 computers and a printer that doesn't work. Two of the machines in the exercise room have been broken since I moved in. It took them 3 days to replace a smoke detector battery.\r\nThe staff isn't great. The brunette is ok, but the manager is not helpful. The kid is just condescending. \r\nTake my advice and keep looking. All you're paying for here is a high-rise, and it's just not worth the headaches. If you like capitol hill, there's plenty of other apartments nearby. My brother lives down the street (Triton Properties) and pays less than I did when I was on a lease, and he's month-to month.

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I found out the hard way that there's no statute in Denver covering how much notice your landlord has to give before raising your rent. Under new management, they just raised my rent for the 3rd time this year, and they've never bothered to tell me before I paid it. They just post a mysterious demand on your door and make you call to find out what it's for. First it was the $100 ""month-to-month"" fee, then they raised it by $50 dollars in April and now an additional $50 for May. My neighbors tell me they did the same thing, but that they were happy to waive the late fee and the increase in rent if you sign a new lease... which just tells me this is their tactic to get you on a new lease. \r\nSo why not just sign a new lease? There are 3 elevators, and 1 of them is frequently down ""due to safety hazards."" Another is erratic- sometimes the door doesn't close all the way while moving-- which is nerve racking. It's not uncommon for both to be down on the weekends. And the 3rd is a freight elevator that is locked down every morning for the trash collector, and most weekends for someone moving in. \r\nThe ""Cyber Lounge"" is 3 computers and a printer that doesn't work. Two of the machines in the exercise room have been broken since I moved in. It took them 3 days to replace a smoke detector battery.\r\nThe staff isn't great. The brunette is ok, but the manager is not helpful. The kid is just condescending. \r\nTake my advice and keep looking. All you're paying for here is a high-rise, and it's just not worth the headaches. If you like capitol hill, there's plenty of other apartments nearby. My brother lives down the street (Triton Properties) and pays less than I did when I was on a lease, and he's month-to month.

Pros: Nice views

Cons: Staff, maintenance issues, price shoots up when lease ends

 

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