The new management/owners of the building are terrible. The building is nice enough, the renovations theyre doing make it feel like a prison (everything is gray and dark), though the elevators are still broken down or making terrifying noises every week. Theres a complete lack of resident focus. Laramar bought this building as a cash cow. Theres no utility meters in units, but they started charging utilities for all units and are dividing it up in a nonsensical manner and charging residents for their company to do it. They wont tell you this, but its important if youre living on a budget, even a semi-forgiving one: be prepared to spend $150-200 more per month on top of rent in utilities. They estimate the amount way under what theyve charged and its not based on your actual utility usage. Additionally, the great experience that prompted this review, the building manager is sitting in the office texting and chatting with friends after theyve supposedly closed (if you work a 9-5 job, expect never to see anyone available on the office during the week when youre not working), but refuses to help and grab a package in a room ten feet away, merely pointing at a watch and being dismissive. You try that behavior at a customer-focused company and itd be a massive issue. At least they dont make any attempts at hiding the fact that they bought this building to milk every last cent out of residents, by raising rent, charging more fees any way they can, and providing terrible experiences along the way. Every management company has its drawbacks, but I will never live at another Laramar property again and will be moving once my lease is up. If youve got a lot of disposable income where seeing your rent jump through inaccurately represented fees wont bother you, good on you for making it, this is a fine place for you. Everyone else? Stay away.