Jorge was great at email and text communication. We arrived by train and took a taxi as we were unfamiliar with Cordoba. The first thing you have to understand is that most Spanish buildings are old and the money is spent on the security and the decor on the inside of the courtyard and apartments. Don't be put off by the street-scape in any old Spanish city.
Jorge told us to use the bell for a particular apartment, and a nice lady greeted us promptly. We were shown past a neat landscaped courtyard to the elevator and then to the top floor apartment. It is the only apartment on the floor and also has a small terrace with a view of the Paseo La Ribera and the river; not a place to sit, but nice to look off and take a couple of pictures. You can see the Mezquita.
We found the apartment very adequate and comfortable for two. Nice kitchen. Plenty of utensils and cookware for us, but this is a self catered apartment; it has the basics, but you may need paper towels and condiments, food, drinks, etc. if you plan to cook and eat there.
Everything very clean and nice closet and chest of drawers. Furniture matched and it was exactly what we wanted for three days in Cordoba.
The lady at the apartment didn't speak English, bu what do you have to know? It's an apartment. Leave the keys on the table when you leave. That's it. Oh, and just study the washing machine, dishwasher, and dryer controls, you'll figure it out. Hot water tank is small, like most apartments in Spain. April weather was mild, so no problem for us.
It is located on a main avenue, but on the back side of the building (quiet). Nice stroll along the wide walkway along the river. We found it easy to walk everywhere. Several restaurants nearby.