I feel this review is inaccurate/unfair in many ways and would like to take a moment to explain! As far as noise goes, the apartment is in a very busy part of a metropolitan area. This is typically a bonus to guests to be able to walk to some of the top rated restaurants, bars, music venues, parks, and attractions in downtown Nashville! The position of the apartment does help block a lot of the noise outside since it is not located on the side facing the main road. Most apartments (and even hotels!) do not have central heat and air in Nashville due to the climate here. Window units do produce a hum which many people find soothing and not unlike a sound machine intended for sleeping. If there was a lack of toilet paper stocked, that would be a regrettable oversight on our part. If I had known I would have simply walked next door and opened the locked supply closet to give these guests more toilet paper. Unfortunately there was a lack of communication and until this moment I was completely unaware. Regardless, I am sorry this occurred. About 15 minutes prior to checkout, Tayla informed me that she was experiencing trouble with the lights. Within 2 minutes (I have a timestamped conversation) I responded trying to troubleshoot the breakers while contacting Nashville Electric Service to inquire about a possible outage. NES informed me that over 500 customers were without power due to an incident in the area. Tayla was not happy about being without power in the final moments of her stay, to which I apologized and explained that there was not much more I could do as literally no one would be able to resolve the issue except for the electric company. I find this to both be a true and reasonable statement. I am not sure why there are so many comments made about the apartment being "modern" and "noisy" when it is clearly listed as a historic building right in the heart of Nashville. Thank you for taking the time to clear this up with me.