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4030 BARING ST Unit 402

4030 BARING ST Unit 402, Philadelphia, 19104, PA

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4030 BARING ST Unit 402 Description
Introducing Good Food Flats, where amenity-rich luxury student living is not just housing, it is a lifestyle. Located in the University City neighborhood, this property is only blocks from popular destinations such as Penn/Drexel Academic Buildings, HUP and Chop Hospital buildings, Greenline Cafes, and more! Each floor has a different feature, including two TV lounges with Netflix and cable, chef's kitchen with theater, 24-hr coffee bar, lux glass studypods, roof deck with skyline views and high-end furniture, and masonry patio with grill. Enter the modern, open-concept furnished unit with eat-in kitchen and cozy tv area, complete with high-top table, stools, couch &tv. Luxurious bathrooms and spacious bedrooms line the hallways of these extensive, private suites! This 4 bed 2 bath rental is available starting 2019-09-01. Do not miss your chance to rent this unit, schedule a viewing today! All apartments come fully furnished. By the room and unit options available. Move-in dates vary. Boy, Girl, and Co-ed rooms available.

No Pets Allowed

(RLNE4727391)
4030 BARING ST Unit 402 was built in 1915.
Floor Plans
4030 BARING ST Unit 402 is a 1-unit apartment complex featuring 4 Bed floorplans.
Layout Size Price
4 bed / 2 bath 990.0 sqft $3,200
* Prices, specials, and floorplan availability subject to change without notice
4030 BARING ST Unit 402 Amenities
Pet Policy
Cats Not Allowed
Dogs Not Allowed
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 Rated 1.0 / 5 stars by 5 residents
unknown user
October 29, 2018
Rated 1 / 5 stars
“Stolen security deposits and absentee management”

Student renters in the University City area: avoid signing a lease with this building at all costs. Cross Properties, the management company in charge of Good Food Flats, is infamous for using shady practices to trick and steal from inexperienced renters and have even used scare tactics to force tenants to vacate their apartments.

One tenant, who had trouble with payments to the building, received an email stating that they must vacate their apartment within 5 days or face eviction. When they finally got hold of Ricky (the building manager) to ask how he could demand this over email with such short notice, he brushed it off, saying that he was willing to let this tenant remain in their home past that 5 day limit and work out a payment plan for their debt. If this was always an option, then why send a threatening email? Was he banking on scaring them out of the building with an unenforceable notice to vacate? What would have happened if this tenant hadn't reached out about the email?

A number of tenants have reported that, upon the termination of their lease, Good Food Flats withheld their security deposit wholesale without offering any good reason for doing so. Cross Properties gets away with this because, like many other landlords and building management companies in the city, they process all payments through an unaccountable shell company (CP Acquisitions 17, LLC). Through this mechanism, student renters are denied money that is rightfully theirs. They are left confused, frustrated, and helpless. Cross Properties encourages this confusion and isolation of their student tenants, as it secures a quick and easy profit on their end.

Nobody deserves this kind of treatment. Cross Properties should be ashamed of the way they treat the people they're meant to accommodate. Unfortunately, in the city of Philadelphia, this is common practice among landlords and building managers. These tenants deserve dignity and respect and Cross Properties doesn't deserve a single cent.

unknown user
October 29, 2018
Rated 1 / 5 stars
“Avoid at all costs!”

The management (i.e. Ricky Rodriguez) is unresponsive and straight up dishonest. They tried to kick out a friend with only 5 days notice, after she'd been trying to get a subletter for months. Now they're trying to hold her responsible for all the rent that accumulated while they wouldn't approve a subletter, AND rent for the remainder of the lease-- even though she's already vacated the property under threat of eviction!! Smdh

unknown user
October 29, 2018
Rated 1 / 5 stars
“Stolen security deposits and absentee management”

Student renters in the University City area should avoid signing a lease with this building at all costs. Cross Properties, the management company in charge of Good Food Flats, is infamous in the Philadelphia housing scene for issuing unjust, unlawful evictions and stealing from tenants by withholding their security deposits.

One tenant, who was having trouble with payments to the building, received an email stating that they must vacate their apartment within 5 days or face eviction. When they finally got ahold of Ricky (the building manager) to ask how he could demand this over email with such short notice, he brushed it off, saying that he was willing to let this tenant remain in their home past that 5 day limit and work out a payment plan for their debt. If this was always an option, then why send a threatening email? Was he banking on scaring them out of the building with an unenforceable notice to vacate? What would have happened if this tenant hadn’t reached out about the email??

These fear-mongering tactics are, unfortunately, common amongst landlords and building managers in Philadelphia. Cross Properties is happy to utilize such shady practices.

unknown user
October 29, 2018
Rated 1 / 5 stars
“ 5 days notice to vacate under threat of eviction?!”

Student renters in the University City area should avoid signing a lease with this building at all costs. Cross Properties, the management company in charge of Good Food Flats, is infamous in the Philadelphia housing scene for issuing unjust, unlawful evictions and stealing from tenants by withholding their security deposits.

One tenant, who was having trouble with payments to the building, received an email stating that they must vacate their apartment within 5 days or face eviction. When they finally got ahold of Ricky (the building manager) to ask how he could demand this over email with such short notice, he brushed it off, saying that he was willing to let this tenant remain in their home past that 5 day limit and work out a payment plan for their debt. If this was always an option, then why send a threatening email? Was he banking on scaring them out of the building with an unenforceable notice to vacate? What would have happened if this tenant hadn’t reached out about the email??

These fear-mongering tactics are, unfortunately, common amongst landlords and building managers in Philadelphia. Cross Properties is happy to utilize such shady practices.

Sincerely A tenant done wrong!

unknown user
October 29, 2018
Rated 1 / 5 stars
“This building represents everything that's wrong with housing in University City”

Student renters should steer clear of signing a lease with this building or really with any building managed by Cross Properties. This company is notorious for shady management practices. They isolate and confuse student renters to the end of stealing security deposits - a safe business tactic, considering the fact that they process all payments through an unaccountable shell company (CP Acquisitions, LLC).

One tenant who was struggling with payments at this building was threatened over EMAIL with an eviction if they did not vacate their apartment within 5 DAYS. Upon accomplishing the Herculean task of communicating with Ricky (the absentee building manager at Good Food Flats), this tenant discovered that the threat of eviction they received was a disgusting fear-mongering tactic, meant to scare them out of the building as quickly as possible with a massive, accruing debt hanging over their head. The building management does not allow tenants with any debt to the building to transfer their lease over to new sublessee (without also transferring their debt to this new sublessee) so now, even though this tenant no longer has any claim to their unit in Good Food Flats, even while their old room remains vacant, they are responsible for rent payments up to the official termination of their lease. It is clear that the building's priority here is to extract the entirety of the lease's balance from o

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Stanford, UPenn, The Boston Consulting Group, Facebook
Great house for college students
Likes: Close to 40th street restaurants Easy walk to campus Dislikes: Road is dark so need to be careful at night
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