Run Type: Extraction
Setting: A posh condominium center in downtown Seattle.
Time: Friday, Dec 13th 2075 (In character date)
Weather: Cold. Stormy. The kind of weather you don’t want to find yourself climbing a skyscraper in.
Security Level: A (Mid- to high-level residential, common corporations)
High Threat Response (HTR) Team Response Time: 5-15 minutes (12D6 + 3)
Spawl Site: The Olivian Building
This is a fantastic apartment building and the apartments are beautiful and retro, but in the good way. It is not cheap, but you get what you pay for. This is the only apartment building I visited with double sinks, ice machines in the fridge, grade A+ SoyWizard, A/C, 10-foot ceilings, and opening windows. Our 2/2 is also 1400 sf, quite a bit more spacious than the others 2/2s in town. The staff is very friendly and maintenance even works on holidays. The gym is large, clean and well-equipped. It is a beautiful place to come home to after a long day at work.
I lived in the Olivian for 2 years. The first year and half were 5 star. Then a new management company (UDR) took over and it went to heck in a hurry. Urgent Maintenance requests took 3-5 days, friendly helpful staff were replaced with surly mean ones. The biggest surprise was a ¥1000 move out fee, Billed July 20 and turned over to collections July 27. You don’t like that? According to the small print, dispute resolution is in Denton County, Texas. Cost for airfare and lawyers will exceed ¥1000 to dispute, but beware, it will happen to you too. Big Corp eats Little guy. Burp.
I’m a resident and while the concierge are nice, some of them are more involved with chit chatting then they are doing there jobs. They had my car towed without even calling me and telling me. Totally my fault for forgetting it downstairs but seriously they could have picked up the com and linked me all of my car info is in their system. Don’t look for them to look out for you. Also while the retro style i a nice touch, I am not a fan of retro security .