The Haas Building


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Address : 219 W 7th St, Los Angeles – California, United States

Phone : (213) 891-1063

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  1. The Haas Building, which has also operated in the past as a short-term rental under the name of the Rosemary, but now its own name, is also a rental apartment building – solely, until it started converting a couple of years ago. To drive tenants out, management raised rents and stopped including a parking space in the rental fee. For us, it was a 13% increase at one time. Then, since Covid-19 hit, the building has been almost completely empty, except for the handful of remaining tenants like us. This summer, the manager approached my wife personally and told her they wanted our apartment, to work on it for when they could offer short-term rentals again. They offered us another apartment, but it didn’t meet our needs. We got the message, though, and quickly found another apartment.

    The management took half of our security deposit for our not giving THEM 30-days notice, to cover “idle days” for the apartment. The building is empty – we were asked to vacate our apartment. We were excellent tenants for four and a half years: we were never late with the rent, we gave the multiple front desk staff Christmas presents every year, my wife baked them all cookies for the holidays. We thought we had a friendly relationship with the manager, Boris, and owner, Zuri. We wrote Boris to express our objection to their withholding the money. He ignored us and never responded. That’s what we got for our good tenancy, after we were asked to move. They took the money because they could. As you can see in reviews elsewhere on Google, they took the money of short-term renters who had to cancel when Covid19 hit. Apparently, that’s what they do. We were long-term tenants, and we were treated no better in the end.

  2. Very nicely decorated and clean rooms. Service was great and definitely would stay here again!

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