The rent at Bushnell On The Park Apartments ranges from $1,150 for a studio to a $1,650 two bedroom. Apartments in this building are about 5% less expensive than the Downtown average.
This apartment is in the Downtown neighborhood in Hartford. Nearby parks include Bushnell Park, Pulaski Circle and Bushnell Park.
Bushnell On The Park Apartments has a Walk Score of 94 out of 100. This location is a Walker’s Paradise so daily errands do not require a car.
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Pets allowed: No
Shahid Tanweer Aug 11, 2015
BED BUGS BED BUGS BED BUGS BED BUGS BED BUGS Horrible management since this building was sold to Detail management group and the owners got changed. We used to complaint about old manager Cindy, but now we miss her. New owner won't bother to see building as he makes better money with his other business. Bed bugs were reported months back but Jack and his so called group did not pay any attention. now bed bugs are in almost all units 01 to 07 (started on 10th floor). This is my 4th year in this building and now time to break the lease and move out. Jack the manager is a lazy man; he comes late an leave early, I waited to meet him on Friday till 10:30AM he was not in till then, when I came back at 2:15PM he left for weekend. These guys sucks!! Stay Away!
K Gill Jul 18, 2015
I lived there for about 2 years because of the convenience to walk to my work place. Except the location there isn't much to this community. Most of the things that other reviewers have mentioned regarding the uncaring management, costliness and broken condition of the building is true. So no point in me reiterating the same thing. The only thing I will add is that my car was broken into and stuff stolen when I had parked in the building. They did not have any footage, did not have any explanations and were not apologetic about the incident at all. In fact they did not have the courtesy to call and be empathetic.
John Huffman Feb 02, 2015
The management used to be bad. With the owners it is much worse. My heat went out for 5 days during a blizzard and they gave me a space heater after the third day (after I fought to get one) -- the space heater broke. I tried reasoning with management for some type of relief and they stiffed me with the worst customer service you can imagine. The elevators are ancient and the rooms are okay at best. Heat and water are included but they will not take responsibility for when it breaks down (averaged 2x per month). The staff outside of the building manager and the owner are really nice and hospitable and make it a little better. If you want to feel ripped off, feel free to move here. Otherwise, there are plenty of other options in Hartford that are well worth the extra money.
Namita Sharma Jul 17, 2014
Horrible - is the only word I have to describe this place. I have been staying here for over a year now. I must contend that the location is amazing and very convenient. But you wouldn't pay over $1400 in rent for a 1-bedroom place if the location was not great. I have basically 2 major issue with the place. 1. Property: The apartment's are decent with semi-modern appliances. But one of the two elevators is usually not available for one reason or another. If you stay on one of the higher floors then good luck getting home. Also, the treadmills in the gym are in a perpetual state of repairs. You do not have the ability to control the temperature at all. The heat/ air-conditioning is central and fully controlled by the management. And they usually lag behind in switching from heat to ac or vice versa. Even that is tolerable given the fact that electricity is included in the rent. However, it never gets cool enough in summers and hot enough in winters to feel comfortable at home. Be prepared to buy an additional heater/ cooler. 2. Management: Over the past 8-9 years I have stayed in many different places across the country and it is sort of rare to come across a very friendly and efficient management. So I have never had high expectations of the management. But Cindy, who manages the property, makes all those previous property-managers highly desirable. To put it subtly, she is not very kind to people of certain region/ type. For example we had sold some of our old furniture to a friend and needed to move it out. When my husband went to her requesting to reserve one of the two elevators for moving she flatly refused citing that as per the property norms they cannot reserve an elevator from 9 a.m.-10 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.- 6 p.m. since it was a rush hour. Although we were not pleased with it, we conceded and changed our moving time. After that there have been at least 3 times when I have noticed elevator being used for moving purposes during those times. There have been other instances when we have felt being treated differently. Some of my friends in the building have felt the same way. In conclusion, all you are paying for is the location and you do not want to be in a place where they don't treat you right.
Mrinal Patwardhan Feb 23, 2015
-Entire Building was evacuated recently due to heat issues. People had to shift to other places for days together. -One of the lift doesn't work most of the times. -No carpet cleaning done event after multiple requests. -Window panes issues lead to cold air coming in. -Very costly apartments and poor maintenance .