I live there too and you couldn't be more correct about the Port. I've lived in many apartments in a much larger city and these are the worst. Not safe is to say the least. About four days after I moved there were 6 break ins. I wasn't even notified by Seaport staff. A neighbor told me. A few months later more break ins. Than finally I received a letter. So you would think with the enormous hallways and all the continued break ins that they would have cameras installed right away right? Oh no Seaport decided to spend their dwindling money on NEW POOL FURNITURE!!!!!!!!
Why does this happen? Well, there is a lack of security and staff are not running background or credit checks!
But I guess no need for cameras anymore because the police are there ever night! They circle the building all hours of the night because why leave and have to waste gas to come back.
99% of the residents are 17-year-old college students, Middle Easterners, losers, or just trash having 4 to five people live in a one-bed room apartment. If you are a professional and looking to live and meet professional people, DO NOT EVEN CONSIDER LIVING HERE!!!!!!!
If you decide to walk your dog downtown, whatever you do don't tell people where you live because they will run the other way!
No restrictions on dogs even though the lease says so. But if you don't tell them like 90% of the people who live there, you are more than welcome to not pay a pet deposit and bring your pit bulls in.
And feel free to let your dog go to the bathroom on your porch, the elevators, stairwells, or the hallways. The staff will do nothing about it. Why BECAUSE THERE ARE NO CAMERAS OR SERCURITY STAFF ROAMING THE COMPLEX!!!!!!!
Just look at the doors to the apartments and you will surely see that there has been break ins. The cheapest option was taken to prevent this from happening.
Just plain pathetic of a so-called Urban Luxuary Apartment Living.