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Viewline Apartments

3.1 Star Rating
1165 West 10th Avenue, Vancouver British Columbia
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Overall Rating based on 1 Reviews
3.1
3.1 Star Rating

Management
3 Star Rating
Heating
4 Star Rating
Cooling
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Maintenance
3 Star Rating
Laundry
4 Star Rating
Parking
3 Star Rating
Cleanliness
3 Star Rating
Storage
3 Star Rating
Neighbourhood
4 Star Rating
Quietness
2 Star Rating
Safety
1 Star Rating
Hot Water
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February 18, 2016
3.1
3.1 Star Rating

Management
3 Star Rating
Heating
4 Star Rating
Parking
3 Star Rating
Maintenance
3 Star Rating
Laundry
4 Star Rating
Neighbourhood
4 Star Rating
Cleanliness
3 Star Rating
Storage
3 Star Rating
Hot Water
4 Star Rating
Quietness
2 Star Rating
Safety
1 Star Rating
Reviewer says...
I've lived in the building for many years...and despite the fact that this building is TWO blocks from VGH, with helicopters almost every night flying over; right 'behind' West Broadway~a MAJOR street~and surrounded by countless other apartment complexes, that have people coming and going all times of the day/ night, esp. in the Summer...the Landlords STILL use a sign that reads: "Quiet Tenants Only." whenever there's a vacancy! It's an older wood-frame building, which means that it has hard-wood floors that creak, thin walls with little insulation...plus it has no air-conditioning...meaning that most people have their [balcony] doors/ windows wide open. So, what sometimes happens is that light sleepers or seniors~that may not know the neighborhood very well~see the "quiet tenants" sign, they seem to believe that the area or building's being promoted as quiet; when it's anything but that, so they move in thinking it'll be peaceful and tranquil. As it turns out, most of the long-time tenants like myself are 'live-and-let-live types', who aren't bothered by the 'noise' whether it's coming from outside or from our neighbors....so if we work late, have our friends stop over [late] once in a while ; stay up [late] to watch a movie, etc; well, the people that thought it was going to be like a library in there at night start to complain...but they're not complaining because 'we're' making too much 'noise': they're complaining because they thought it was going to be super-quiet all [of] the time! But the Landlords don't seem to understand this, so they keep using the same wording, and the cycle repeats. While it's true that the LL's are nice people, who mean well, they don't seem to understand the importance of security and maintenance as much as most tenants would. The mail-boxes are falling apart, there's almost no lighting on the sides of the buildings ; there's no 'back-up' superintendent if/ when they're not at/ in the building ; no smoke detectors [now required] ; and too much junk laying around in both the garage and laundry/ storage room. Buildings like this not only need to always have 'someone' watching it, they also need a screening process that attracts people who're tolerant and reasonably sound sleepers: not people that're older or light sleepers that may describe themselves as quiet! (Too many people who are shopping at Toys 'R' Us park in this building's spaces...another thing that the LL's don't seem to notice...but I do!) Speaking for myself as a 40+ year old single male: I want to live in a building where all are held accountable; not a building that gives preferential treatment~if not by default~to the proverbial 'sweet, little old lady'! The best tenants in this type of scenario, well most scenarios in fact, aren't the 'quiet' ones; it's the ones that are flexible, tolerant, adaptable, and those who truly respect that we all have different personalities, lifestyles, schedules and comfort zones: we all have to do our share of give and take. But the LL's focus WAY too much on trying to draw in 'quiet' people; but little to make sure that they're tolerant enough to handle this type of building, as this area is over-flowing with young-ish single people and/ or childless couples that live 'here' BECAUSE it's so close to everything, NOT because it's quiet! So, don't move in if you see that "Quiet Tenants Only [Please]" sign. (NO other apt buildings in the area EVER use that type of wording: the neighborhood is far too busy most of the time!) I hope this helps any and all who might read this.
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