The management here is Janet Nissif who is completely hateful, unorganized, and whimsical. She will go out of your way to make you miserable. She will follow you around the building and spy on you. It is very common to have rules made up on the spot. For example, if one day they decide they don't want to allow bagels to be eaten on the premises while you are midway through eating a bagel, expect management to come over and explain how a new rule exists against bagels, and then expect an inkjet printed warning against bagel consumption to be scotch taped to the inside of both elevators.The parking here is a disaster. You are not promised 2 car spaces per unit, and the amount of guest spots available is less than you can count on 2 hands. Parking is continually fought over, and sometimes management seems to like to get involved and call people to move their cars even from their assigned spots.There are two elevators in this building, and you are lucky if one is working at any given moment. Elevators will malfunction and get off on the incorrect floors, they sometimes get stuck on the bottom floor, and best of all the elevator scrape along the walls shrieking as they go up and down the 10 floors of the building. If you are a poor soul who is unlucky enough to get a unit next to an elevator, enjoy fingers on a chalk board all night. Also for the units living near the elevators, there is a trash chute right next to it so expect to hear trash bouncing and crashing through the walls as well.The front door is protected by some sort of bank lock that completely breaks multiple times a month. Either there is a very bored resident that dismantles this lock for fun or its another ancient relic constantly breaking. I hope safety is not a concern if you are thinking about living here.The pool is heated pool with a very nice view of the gulf. However, it is inhabited 24/7 by the social club that is management and the people who don't have to move their cars when guests arrive. These people are all elderly and have a disdain for anyone under the age of 40. If you use this pool, expect to be yelled at if you bend any rule. The pool rules say the pool is open until "sundown" and once I was yelled at for swimming in the pool while the sun was still visible in the sky. The pool rules ask that you don't have glass beverages by the pool, but I was once yelled at for having an aluminum bottle pool side.The beach is unusable. Boats and jet skis are always found lined up and anchor'd for the day so its crews can party. Expect a hefty group of people every weekend blasting music, pouring liquids into the ocean, and polluting the beach area. You can not swim here. This was attempted to be "fixed" once by putting a floating balloon in the water to designate a swimming area, unfortunately their attempts were thwarted as the seafarers did not care about such balloons and continued to park their boats right up on the sand. It should also be noted that hotels exist on both sides of the building, so the overall noise level can be very loud on the weekends.There are washer dry combos per floor. The combined cost for one load is $1.25 but you will most likely have to use the dryers a few times. At any given moment, half might not be working and the other half are occupied. I was pretty regular for me to have to go up or down 4 floors to find a unit that was not taken or broken. The dryer on my floor had a huge rusted metal hole in it that destroyed a couple of my articles of clothing.I really can't recommend this building to anyone.
662 S Gulfview BlvdClearwater Beach, FL 33767
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