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Most people think Palermo is in Little Italy, but its actually in the Cortez Hill neighborhood, but cross the (Front St) street going west and you are in Little Italy. A lot of real estate agents will put in the listing its in Little Italy because that generally speaking that is a more desirable neighborhood to live in and condos in Cortez Hill usually sell for less money than an identical condo in Little Italy, its all about walkability, Cortez Hill being the least walkable neighborhood in my opinion.
Below is a summary of all the reviews provided by the residents living in this property. Rating scale is from one to five stars. [Rating and Review Disclosure]
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|Relaxed feeling of home
|Proximity to shopping/restaurants
|Quality of construction
|Like the most:
|Palermo residents conveyed to me they love the courtyard area with pool, hot tub, waterfall and lush gardens. Low HOA fees and close proximity to Little Italy.
|Like the least:
|Sound insulation between the units is poor, (probably because they were built to apartment standards and later converted to condos).
|You can have barbecues on your own private balcony. The building does not allow wood floors.