January 2, 2008

Douchebaggery to Start Out 2008!

POST #    2685

There are these new tenants in my building (most units are owner occupied) that are young banker guys that like to party. I think they had 2 parties last year and another on New Year's Eve and well into the New Year. The parties are never quiet - doors slamming, people yelling in the hallway, loud music - but I don't think they've ever been as bad as they were the other night. It's like we were living in a frat house. Bottles were broken on the street and bottles left in the hallway, someone was banging on our window for us to let them in (this was after we got home from the night out), a fire extinguisher was knocked down, and someone puked in the hallway on a completely different floor. This of course is in addition to the loud music, door slamming, and yelling in the hallway.

This makes the rest of the building people sound like prudes, but we're not. We just dislike the lack of respect they have for our building. It's a small building, so it's kind of like a community.

Posted by tien mao in House and Home, Photos at 8:58 AM



i find most behavior these days to be so completely disrespectful. i see it everywhere, and most times people are not drinking and out of control, they're just plain rude! it's like people were never disciplined by anyone, ever. annoying! you (and the rest of your building) should speak with the owner of their apartment.

Posted by: janelle at January 2, 2008 11:38 AM

um - that's not prudish. i'm all for parties, but puke and bottles left in the hallway?? that gets me so steamed!!

what do you plan on doing?

Posted by: jeannette at January 3, 2008 9:15 PM

i sent an email to the owners email group and then several owners chimed in (in the same vein as me) and the owner of the apt and the broker are going to meet with the tenants this weekend.

Posted by: tien at January 4, 2008 10:18 AM

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