This property is in a multi-unit building that is part of a multi-structure, post-WWII, low-budget, public housing project. So it's small, spartan, and a bit flimsy. It was drafty even in May, and noise from adjoining issues and outside walkways was an issue, day and night. Privacy and security are a concern because this unit is on the ground floor, with two doors leading directly outside. The main door has five (!) locks, while the patio entry has only one misaligned lock (!) and is mostly glass (24 square feet), with no blinds or curtains, so you're on display, day and night, whether on the ground floor, climbing the stairs, or entering the bathroom. The stairs are steep, and the bathroom narrow, with dim lighting, a "concrete" decor, and no electrical outlets. Two small bedrooms are adequate. The downstairs is comprised of a cramped but useable kitchen and a single room used for living and dining; the furniture mostly plastic or metal, except for a well-used sofa; and the floors hard. So there's not much comfort to be had. The firm "Under the Doormat" handled the rental: the check-in process was fine, but the firm completely failed on follow-up services, such replacing non-working stair and hall lights noted at check-in, and was non-responsive when contacted. Initial cleanliness was also an issue despite the cleaning fee charged. Positives about this place: convenient location, adequate kitchen and bedroom facilities, and wi-fi.