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Old 04-01-2011, 03:39 PM
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Anyone have any opinions? About the same price.

Just trying to find out which is best for a year!

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Old 11-13-2011, 10:13 PM
Location: Manchester, NH
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Default Wall Street Tower v Manchester Place

Hi New2SouthNH-- I'm also looking into the two exact apartments.
I'm looking to move next month and I cannot decide. Any info or input will help tremendously! I have two dogs and the pet policy is the first thing I'm looking for. I'm also looking for a modern/newer place. I'm just not used to older apartments/homes. Thanks!!
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Old 11-13-2011, 10:20 PM
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I love the Wall St. Tower - friend lives there and has no complaints. I don't know about pets, she doesn't have any.
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Old 11-19-2011, 11:46 AM
Location: Manchester NH
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Wall street tower accepts pets, you will pay an additional deposit.

Wall street tower is conveniently located to down town. As with any apartment complex it has its good and bad points, there have been minor break ins involving vehicles, I had a bicycle stolen, but no different from having a house in most any suburban area. Most people here are nice enough to deal with on a casual basis. Pm me if you are seriously interested and I'll give you my name as a reference which if you move in will get me a discount on my rent.
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Old 12-04-2011, 08:52 PM
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I lived in Wall Street Tower for 4 months while my house was being built in 2005.

- Fairly large apartments, many with 2 baths
- Great location
- Good sound proofing between apartments
- Trash chute!
- Pets allowed - we had no issue with our dog and 2 cats
- Covered parking
- Well managed - good maintenance staff and concierge

- A lot of noise from outside the building... On the river side there is the train and on the other side there is a LOT of noise from Elm St
- The interior of the apartments were dated, though perhaps they've been updated since we lived there
- The compressor in the unit used for heating/cooling was more costly than we expected to run
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