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Flats on D offers a variety of apartment homes within an easy walk to the Seaport and South Boston. Built to the human scale, elevators are available, but optional. This isn't your average Seaport high-rise, these oh-so pet friendly studio, one and two bedroom apartments provide covered, gated parking and exceptional amenities such as on-site retail, fitness and plenty of bike storage. Walk to the Silver Line, Convention Center Station in less than 5 minutes and enjoy all the nightlife that Liberty Wharf and the Seaport have to offer. NOW OPEN. MOVE IN TODAY!
Our lease terms are: 12, 13, & 14 Months (Please note that lease terms may vary, are subject to change without notice, and are based on availability. Inquire with property staff for complete details).
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1. Moved in July 15 2014, some amenities still under construction. Was told roof deck slated to open in 2 week Read Mores. Did not open in 2 weeks, next they said Aug 15, then Labor Day, then Oct 30, 2014...then Memorial Day. Latest I've heard they are expecting it to open July 4th 2015. I'm not holding my breath. Management is very rude--sends out building-wide emails chastisting residents in a rude tone (for example, "The terrace is open from 8:00am - 10:00pm. After 10:00pm no one should be on the terrace." or "rent is due on the first, late on the second". Gee thanks) Lawn on D is right across the street from Flats on D. While it is a great concept for the city of Boston, it is a terrible neighbor. It is a park across the street that is also a bar and has concerts. They rent it out privately and there are LOUD sold-out weekday concerts and excessive noise. Flats itself is also not noise-proofed properly for a new building. For example they chose to put the gym on the second floor, then sent out a rude email asking residents to be considerate in the gym because people lived below the gym and were complaining about the noise of treadmills,dropping weights, etc. Many residents here seem to be kids whose parents pay their rent and they have loud parties throughout the weekend and leave beer cans and alcohol bottles in the building lobby, in the elevator and outside their doors. They even flip the deadbolt open so that their door is propped open all Friday/Saturday night like a dorm room. They advertise a "coffee bar"--yes there is a Starbucks thing where you can get coffee but it is not free you have to pay for it. $3260 a month and I can't get a free cup of coffee? This place is a nightmare. Positive reviews are likely due to them offering gift certificates for those who post positive reviews.
June 24, 2015
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