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  • A
    My wife and 2 kids live in our 3 bedroom condo and we have been happy with the services because they always pay attention to detail when cleaning. We have nice appliances and new countertops because we just had our kitchen remodeled about 3 months ago and I have had confidence and trust the cleaners. I have recommended cleaning services to other friends.
    - Sage S.
  • A
    Working with Uptown Properties is great and stress free. Faith has great knowledge and contacts to manage any property. She does a great job finding responsible tenants. She takes care of any maintenance issues promptly. She is fiscally responsible and looks out for the property owner's best interests. She is easy to reach and always available. Best of all, she takes care of my investment.
    - timothy w.
  • F
    I use the term "manage" very
    loosely, Sherman does the worst job of not-managing this property that anyone could ever
    imagine. I visited their executive offices, on Park Avenue above the Spaghetti
    Factory in Minneapolis, to see a plethora of awards for excellence. I am
    baffled that Sherman could ever be considered for any type of award, especially
    in view of how they conduct business at Midtown Exchange Loft Apartments. I
    moved into my apartment, near the end of August, and was out of town quite a
    bit. However, in September I discovered that the water didn't get hot enough to
    wash dishes by hand, in the dishwasher, take a hot shower, or even adequately
    wash my hands. The water was barely warm, with cold water mixed in.
    When I complained to the onsite manager, she instructed me to run the water in
    three locations; the kitchen sink , the tub, and face bowl for 15 minutes and
    it would get warm. That didn't work! She then offered to send someone to change
    my filter and that may help. Since I had never heard of a filter having an
    affect on hot water, I passed on that idea.  After writing a letter to the
    owner, George Sherman, and leaving several  messages for him, without
    response, I finally spoke with Don at the executive offices.Initially he  said
    he was unaware of a problem with hot water in the building. After I threatened
    to organize the tenants, they installed a $1500.00 part that would correct the
    problem.  In the mean time I learned from other tenants that the lack of
    hot water has and is an ongoing problem, in addition to the deterioration in
    the care and maintenance of the apartment complex.  The $1500 part proved
    to be a short term fix.  A few weeks ago we were notified that there would
    be extensive work done to attempt to correct the problem of no hot water.
    Today, December 26th, when I spoke to Don about another one of many issues, he
    informed me that they are still working to address the problem. For the past
     few weeks we have had hot water, but I hold my breath
    each time I turn a faucet on, wondering how long that luxury will last, and
    I'll have to return to boiling water to take a bath and wash dishes, and resort
    to using hand sanitizer at home to clean my hands.  There are, however,
    many, many other issues that remain ignored by all levels of the Sherman
    Management team. I will be meeting with the Minneapolis Housing Inspector on
    December 30 to discuss problems that have long been ignored by Sherman. It is
    my understanding the US Bank and Abbot Hospital, among other corporate
    entities,  provided generous financial support for  the development
    of the Midtown Exchange and that Sherman Associates receives special financing
    and ongoing tax benefits on the grounds that the development would include
    apartments for those of moderate income, which is where I reside, Midtown
    Exchange Apartments.  The entire Sears development (Midtown Exchange)
    which includes, the high-end Chicago
    Loft condominiums Allina Commons, and the Global Market, was touted to be an
    effort to revitalize this area of Minneapolis.The shame of it  is that
    every area of the Midtown development is well maintained except the apartments.
     The main level, Allina Commons,  and the lower level, and the
    Chicago Lofts, show  no indication that the apartments that were the
    bargaining chip which made the entire development possible, is turning into a
    slum at the hands of the award winning, developer, and property management
    company Sherman Associates.
    - JANICE M.
  • A
    It went well. As a small business owner, Paul does his own scheduling, so there was some back and forth. I was very pleased at the quality of the work he did.
    - Bruce S.
  • C
    fine; but they did not have a ladder that went up to the 2nd floor.
    - Brian M.
  • A
    very professional, very community oriented
    - Paul K.
  • B
    They are totally too expensive but everything else is fine.  It has got nice amenities and it is in a good location. I pay $1505 for a 680 sq ft.
    - Jacob S.
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