In brief: This apartment is best for one experienced traveler for a short stay. Some aspects of the apartment were not as described.
The Apartment: The space has beautiful light and is an excellent location. It's across the block from the metro station, with a couple nice markets within three blocks, and the farmers market twice a week, and a short walk from the bars and restautrants of St. Laurent. The decks were great, and the cross ventilation made the apartment air so fresh.
That said, the apartment is really set up for one person. Coming from NYC we weren't worried about small space, but we did need a table that would accommodate two people. During the initial conversation and agreement about renting the place, Moe agreed to move one of the slightly larger tables in from one of the other apartments he manages. When we arrived, the table had not been changed. I pointed this out, and after a several day delay, he told me to just go buy something "inexpensive "and he would reimburse me. It's a little unrealistic to ask someone from out of town, who doesn't know where things are located, and doesn't have a car, and doesn't know what inexpensive means in that context.
Communication with Moe: Our arrival was less than ideal. Moe gave us someone else's cell phone number who is supposed to help us get into the apartment. We thought this person would be there to let us in, but instead they told us the apartment was open and just to buzz all of the apartments until somebody let us in. As we did as instructed, the building manager came out to figure out what was going on, and immediately put us under scrutiny. He quickly informed me that I couldn't have a dog In the building. I had twice confirmed that it was OK for us to bring our small hypoallergenic non-shedding dog. I wrote Moe about this, who said it was no big deal and would deal with the manager. But every time we saw the manager over the several weeks that we stayed he asked us whether we had gotten rid of the dog yet, which put me in a position to either lying, or risking being forced to leave the apartment.
Minor details: there was not a lot of information about the apartment in the house manual. We had to go hunting to try to uncover any information about the Wi-Fi. We discovered the heat was on when we arrived (during a heat wave) and it took a bunch of trial and error to figure out how to to turn it off. And we were kind of perplexed and somewhat guessing the whole time about how to use the air-conditioning and circulation system.
We are well traveled, indepdendent, city people, and one of us used to live in Montreal so we made it work but it might be tricky for an inexperienced traveler.