Twenty One Hundred Connecticut

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If it's not one thing it's another. There is no peace in this apartment.

1. Fire alarm goes off constantly - we have to evacuate the building and stay in the driveway (whether it is raining or not!) until the fire department allows us to enter. My neighbor who is home a lot told me that she had experienced 13 in one year. I have experienced 2.

2. The elevator is out. We have to walk up 9 floors to do our laundry.

3. The driveway is actually a parking lot. If you are like us and need to take a taxi to run errands, you have to haul them from the street.

4. Roaches. Even though we are on the top floor and away from the chute, they spray and we have our own roach motels too.

5. Interior smoke alarm goes off whenever we use oven. We asked them to change the smoke detector and instead they moved it closer to the oven. Not very smart.

6. Constant construction. That's nice that they want to expand the gym, but it just adds to the constant construction. For example our unit has coke-bottle glass and we got a note saying they were going to change it. We thought to something clear. Nope - just to something similar. Our living room was out of commission as they rearranged our furniture and literally took out the window.

7a. Management unresponsive. She used to be on top of it, but something changed. Now they don't even properly notify us of packages. I get my UPS notices online and then go down to pick them up. In the past management tried to convince me that nothing had arrived. FInally they found it.

7b. Management unresponsive. Doesn't return emails - need to constantly follow up in person.

8. Refrigerator is unusually small. We pay over $2399 for a two bedroom (and just received a notice for rent increase) and the freezer cannot even accomodate two people.

9. No garbage disposal and stinky.

10. Loud clangy pipes. I think it's steam heating but in the winter I have been woken up by the clanging.

11. And they pump in the heat. I have needed to keep the windows open during winter because it gets so hot.

12. Inadequate parking in building. We requested it and it's unavalable. (See also management unresponsive - I emailed her, didn't hear from her, and had to follow up in person. I am assuming since I have not heard from her we are still on the waiting list. I forgot how many spaces they have but it is insufficient for this unit.)

13. Tons of construction in neighborhood - you can smell the fumes if you keep your door open.

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If it's not one thing it's another. There is no peace in this apartment.

1. Fire alarm goes off constantly - we have to evacuate the building and stay in the driveway (whether it is raining or not!) until the fire department allows us to enter. My neighbor who is home a lot told me that she had experienced 13 in one year. I have experienced 2.

2. The elevator is out. We have to walk up 9 floors to do our laundry.

3. The driveway is actually a parking lot. If you are like us and need to take a taxi to run errands, you have to haul them from the street.

4. Roaches. Even though we are on the top floor and away from the chute, they spray and we have our own roach motels too.

5. Interior smoke alarm goes off whenever we use oven. We asked them to change the smoke detector and instead they moved it closer to the oven. Not very smart.

6. Constant construction. That's nice that they want to expand the gym, but it just adds to the constant construction. For example our unit has coke-bottle glass and we got a note saying they were going to change it. We thought to something clear. Nope - just to something similar. Our living room was out of commission as they rearranged our furniture and literally took out the window.

7a. Management unresponsive. She used to be on top of it, but something changed. Now they don't even properly notify us of packages. I get my UPS notices online and then go down to pick them up. In the past management tried to convince me that nothing had arrived. FInally they found it.

7b. Management unresponsive. Doesn't return emails - need to constantly follow up in person.

8. Refrigerator is unusually small. We pay over $2399 for a two bedroom (and just received a notice for rent increase) and the freezer cannot even accomodate two people.

9. No garbage disposal and stinky.

10. Loud clangy pipes. I think it's steam heating but in the winter I have been woken up by the clanging.

11. And they pump in the heat. I have needed to keep the windows open during winter because it gets so hot.

12. Inadequate parking in building. We requested it and it's unavalable. (See also management unresponsive - I emailed her, didn't hear from her, and had to follow up in person. I am assuming since I have not heard from her we are still on the waiting list. I forgot how many spaces they have but it is insufficient for this unit.)

13. Tons of construction in neighborhood - you can smell the fumes if you keep your door open.

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I have recently moved in to 2100 Connecticut and would like to give the staff and building a favorable review. Finding an apartment in DC was very difficult and it seems like the Bernstein properties are a well kept secret. They do not advertise their listings on Craigslist and when they do have an opening, it tends to fill very quickly. At 2100, the property manager is an absolute doll. She has been so helpful during my move and was always available for questions while my lease was being ironed out. The building is vintage and very well kept. It is also very clean. The location is excellent, just a six block walk to a metro station, buses close by, night life a short cab ride or walk away while your home is nestled in a quiet, residential area. Though I have not lived here long, I am loving it so far. I thought my review might help others who are considering renting with Bernstein Management. I can at least vouch for 2100 Connecticut. It is a great place to be.

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I have recently moved in to 2100 Connecticut and would like to give the staff and building a favorable review. Finding an apartment in DC was very difficult and it seems like the Bernstein properties are a well kept secret. They do not advertise their listings on Craigslist and when they do have an opening, it tends to fill very quickly. At 2100, the property manager is an absolute doll. She has been so helpful during my move and was always available for questions while my lease was being ironed out. The building is vintage and very well kept. It is also very clean. The location is excellent, just a six block walk to a metro station, buses close by, night life a short cab ride or walk away while your home is nestled in a quiet, residential area. Though I have not lived here long, I am loving it so far. I thought my review might help others who are considering renting with Bernstein Management. I can at least vouch for 2100 Connecticut. It is a great place to be.

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Apartments in DC are hard to find, especially semi-affordable ones. Want a good location? Expect to pay exhorbitant rates. This is why I was so happy to get a one bedroom apartment just above Dupont Circle for $1200 per month. Score!

I know that's way-high compared to most cities, but trust me when I say this is a killer deal for DC. The apartments are not bad at all as you may think from the prices. This one is on the second floor with a lousy view, but I can live with that. An 8th floor with view of Conn. Ave will be considerably more. I'd rather have the extra money in my pocket.

This is a secure building, meaning you need a key to get in. That is both a benefit and a curse. I hate having to go downstairs to let in food delivery folks, but there is an elevator so it's not really all that much of an inconvenience for the security.

The building management is very visible and helpful. They are quick to send up plumbers if you happen to need one, and even suggest a grocery delivery company should you wish one. Heck, it's nice to just stop in the office and chat with Rusty for a few minutes. He's a wonderful guy, always upbeat and friendly. He even signs for our packages for us and holds them in the office til we come and get them. I adore this guy.

As far as location, well, how much better does it get, really? This building is about 6 blocks from Dupont Circle to the south, the Adams Morgan area to the east, and the Woodley Park area to the north. It's about a $10 cab ride to Georgetown, and the Metro is well within easy walking distance.

One last plus: There is an Italian restaurant connected to the building. Talk about handy! they aren't half bad either. they;re called Pines of Florence and you should absolutely try their Penne Tetrazini...

PROS: Location, price
CONS: Well, it's DC... heh

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Apartments in DC are hard to find, especially semi-affordable ones. Want a good location? Expect to pay exhorbitant rates. This is why I was so happy to get a one bedroom apartment just above Dupont Circle for $1200 per month. Score!

I know that's way-high compared to most cities, but trust me when I say this is a killer deal for DC. The apartments are not bad at all as you may think from the prices. This one is on the second floor with a lousy view, but I can live with that. An 8th floor with view of Conn. Ave will be considerably more. I'd rather have the extra money in my pocket.

This is a secure building, meaning you need a key to get in. That is both a benefit and a curse. I hate having to go downstairs to let in food delivery folks, but there is an elevator so it's not really all that much of an inconvenience for the security.

The building management is very visible and helpful. They are quick to send up plumbers if you happen to need one, and even suggest a grocery delivery company should you wish one. Heck, it's nice to just stop in the office and chat with Rusty for a few minutes. He's a wonderful guy, always upbeat and friendly. He even signs for our packages for us and holds them in the office til we come and get them. I adore this guy.

As far as location, well, how much better does it get, really? This building is about 6 blocks from Dupont Circle to the south, the Adams Morgan area to the east, and the Woodley Park area to the north. It's about a $10 cab ride to Georgetown, and the Metro is well within easy walking distance.

One last plus: There is an Italian restaurant connected to the building. Talk about handy! they aren't half bad either. they;re called Pines of Florence and you should absolutely try their Penne Tetrazini...

PROS: Location, price
CONS: Well, it's DC... heh

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