Sahuc said he's one of only three full-time residents of the building as it stands now, while two tenants live there half of the year. The rest of the tenants only show up for weekends or special events.
"This is an historic building that should have residents in it," Sahuc said.
He said he doesn't agree with the idea that being on Jackson Square is a premier location worthy of pricey rent. "Jackson Square is really not pretty," he said. "It should be. It could be. But it is now not. It's a cesspool of bad art, bad music and bad people ... This is not Central Park east. This is not Central Park west. And it certainly isn't Paris."
Wednesday, December 09, 2015
I think we can all relate to the frustrations of seeing that The Rent Is Too Damn High. But this may be a teeny tiny bit of an overreaction.