Highly recommend not moving into this building. Richard the leasing manager working for mcleod will tell you lies after lies to get you to move in and none of it is true. Their service department is the absolute worst. Takes weeks to fix issues with the building being built terrible. They then blame the issues on you. Glass is falling off the building as well as many other issues with the building. Impark will ticket your cars if they are in your spot and again Richard does nothing to help other then take days to reply. Same with Robert Mcleod who again blames issues on you or that you have to prove them. Highly recommend avoiding this building at all costs.
Updated as of Nov 18th 2021. While moving in, ill admit was nice and easy, Richard went above an beyond showing us the units on a few occasions. And Eric,Nathaniel, and pierion are absolutely amazing when it comes to concierge service. We ended up getting the H unit 2 bed 2 bath plus den, and the layout is amazing and the quality is above standard. Barely hear neighbors above or beside you and elevators are fast and spacious. The amenity spaces are show stopping with the views of downtown and below ice district area. The massive patio/terrace and hotub are the best features of the amenities. And there is ample space for parking. Even for pickups. Most issues we have had were dealt with promptly and professionally. Whats holding me back from a 5 star review is the following: -Guests are only allowed 2 free hours of parking (up to 10 cars a month) otherwise if its a game or event night its $20 a vehicle -cell phone reception in our unit is less than adequate, have to be right up against the window or calls drop. -before we moved in we were told there would be a dog run put in since there isn't much for green space. Then right after we sign they said they weren't getting one (was a major deciding factor for us and feel kinda cheated) -the patio/hotub/bbqs were closed all summer due to a defect in the building and no compensation was made. -whoever makes the decisions for the building, seems to be missing the mark the residence residing in the building.