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128 W 120th St

Beware of living here! I am moving from this gorgeous studio quite soon, if it hits the market you will be able to see the pictures and why I fell in love with it-I was hoping to live here for a long time. But this live-in-landlady made living here a total nightmare. Maybe its an elderly dementia/OCD thing but she is very paranoid about the hallways. She has multiple times confronted me on why I was in the hallway when all I was doing was walking to my apartment. The one time I ever had two friends come over she waited 5 days later, called the police and told them that I had brought in squatters and thieves who “robbed” a vac
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Beware of living here! I am moving from this gorgeous studio quite soon, if it hits the market you will be able to see the pictures and why I fell in love with it-I was hoping to live here for a long time. But this live-in-landlady made living here a total nightmare. Maybe its an elderly dementia/OCD thing but she is very paranoid about the hallways. She has multiple times confronted me on why I was in the hallway when all I was doing was walking to my apartment. The one time I ever had two friends come over she waited 5 days later, called the police and told them that I had brought in squatters and thieves who “robbed” a vacant apartment above me. Then she changed the locks on the building and told the locksmith that I was making copies and handing them out to strangers, wtf? For someone so concerned about the hallways she spends a lot of time there, she frequently opens/closes the front doors and the several doors to her apartment to check the locks. This wouldnt be something that bothers me but since she does it about 2-3 times an hour, yet has such a problem when anyone else enters/leaves the building, it’s quite obnoxious. I have heard her tiptoeing around and she even put her ear up to my door to listen to me while I was at home. For the record I am a student and I work full time so whenever I am home I am quietly studying with headphones on. She has contacted me every several weeks either by phone or by passive aggressive notes in the hall about problems that I have nothing to do with; trash on the street that’s not mine, general wear and tear throughout the building and she obsessively called me for several months telling me to rearrange my furniture. Even when I DID rearrange my furniture and invite her to come inspect (why is this even a thing?) she never came over. It's a real shame I couldnt stay here longer, if you dont mind living like an untrustworthy criminal in this woman's home then good luck. Apartment/building would be 5 stars but this old lady was so bad she took it down to 2.
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a M

E 10 St

85 East 10th Street is a rental building in the East Village between 3rd and 4th Avenues. Centrally located, the building is a few blocks from the Astor Place subway stop. The building has 107 apartments through six floors with a part-time doorman. On the positive side, the apartments are all renovated as well as the lobby and the common area hallways. The negatives are the apartments are small, which range in size from 300 to 600 square feet on two levels. Every inch of the building has been carved out for apartments. The landlord was able to eke out apartments in the basement level. Beware these basement apartments seem very dark.
Gerry M

77 Greenwich St

77 Greenwich is a radiant collection of 90 one to four bedroom residences envisioned by FXCollaborative and Deborah Berke Partners. The building completion is well underway, and we anticipate occupancy in September 2020. Our beautiful Sales and Design Gallery is located at 17 State Street, 21st Floor just a few blocks south of the development and across the street from The Battery. Additional information along with a selection of our limited availability can be found at www.77greenwich.com.
maria ienna

30 Washington St

This building is not safe. I rent here and was buglarlized about a year ago and recently there have been more break-ins. There are so many tourists now that the building cant figure out how to keep the entrance way secure and people are walking into the building, breaking into peoples locked apartments and stealing items. Its also scary to think that you may walk into somebody robbing your apartment. Until the management company does something to secure the building I would not live here.
Grant Picarillo

222 E 44th St

222 East 44th Street AKA “The Summit” is between Second and Third Avenues in Midtown East. If you’re looking to rub noses with professional athletes and celebrities, The Summit is the building for you. The Summit is a luxury high rise with every amenity imaginable. Apartments range in size from studios to three bedrooms. Units feature floor-to-ceiling windows, custom closets, kitchens with Italian cabinetry, custom countertops to full-height backsplashes and a suite of integrated Bosch appliances. Each home comes equipped with its own washer and dryer. Bathrooms include a custom cloud-white Italian vanity, oversized, recessed
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222 East 44th Street AKA “The Summit” is between Second and Third Avenues in Midtown East. If you’re looking to rub noses with professional athletes and celebrities, The Summit is the building for you. The Summit is a luxury high rise with every amenity imaginable. Apartments range in size from studios to three bedrooms. Units feature floor-to-ceiling windows, custom closets, kitchens with Italian cabinetry, custom countertops to full-height backsplashes and a suite of integrated Bosch appliances. Each home comes equipped with its own washer and dryer. Bathrooms include a custom cloud-white Italian vanity, oversized, recessed medicine cabinet and mirror, floor-to-ceiling tiled walls and a spa-style showers. There’s a studio on the market for $4200. Amenities include a 24 hour attended lobby, live in super, the Sky Lounge features an entertainment bar, private wine storage, fireside seating, and dining room with catering kitchen. There’s a Children's Playroom and outdoor children's playground, Tech Lounge with private meeting rooms, Golf Simulator, Theater Room, Outdoor terrace with green space and BBQ grills. The Arena at Summit hosts state-of-the-art equipment, private and Group Scheduled Classes, a Full-size basketball court, full size Squash court, 18-meter sky-lit swimming pool, Spa and sauna. Grand Central Station is easily accessible. Building/rental policies: 12-month lease term. Guarantors are allowed. Pets permitted case-by-case.
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Jessica Birnbaum

459 Shepherd Ave

Fully renovated multi family residential in East New York. Very clean. No code violations or pests. Amenities include central air conditioning, laundry hooks ups in the unit, a modern kitchen with dishwasher, microwave, stainless steel appliances, plenty of cabinets and recessed lighting throughout! Just a half block away from the Shepherd Ave C-train stop! 2 unit townhouse. Took great care with every part of this renovation. The floors are immaculate, the kitchen is new with grey cabinets and white stone counter tops. The dishwasher is a full size same with a large refrigerator that has a drink-ice dispenser. There is a laundry
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Fully renovated multi family residential in East New York. Very clean. No code violations or pests. Amenities include central air conditioning, laundry hooks ups in the unit, a modern kitchen with dishwasher, microwave, stainless steel appliances, plenty of cabinets and recessed lighting throughout! Just a half block away from the Shepherd Ave C-train stop! 2 unit townhouse. Took great care with every part of this renovation. The floors are immaculate, the kitchen is new with grey cabinets and white stone counter tops. The dishwasher is a full size same with a large refrigerator that has a drink-ice dispenser. There is a laundry closet with washer-dryer hooks ups for you to purchase your own unit, or to use as a large pantry. The living space is large with plenty of room for a dining table, and a large area for your living room furniture.
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Clay Phillips

37-06 81st St

I have been living in this old building for the past 40 years and the condition has degrade to a point that for the amount of rent that the landlord charge for apt is ridiculous the building is not taking care on the cleaning of the building the fences are broken no living super and the rent is way to high
Jose

80 Park Ave

This is a beautiful, high-rise, condominium with 21 floors and 228 apartments. This post-war building was built in 1954 and was converted to condominium in1983; features full-time doorman. There is a roof deck with views of the Empire State building, laundry facilities, and a garage. Electricity is included in the low common charges. The building is 3 short blocks from Grand Central Station, Metro North, the Market at Grand Central, numerous bus lines as well as local and express subway lines (the 4,5,6, 7, and Shuttle to Time Square). Amenities Garage; Laundry Room; Rooftop Deck; Common Storage Room. Pets are not all
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This is a beautiful, high-rise, condominium with 21 floors and 228 apartments. This post-war building was built in 1954 and was converted to condominium in1983; features full-time doorman. There is a roof deck with views of the Empire State building, laundry facilities, and a garage. Electricity is included in the low common charges. The building is 3 short blocks from Grand Central Station, Metro North, the Market at Grand Central, numerous bus lines as well as local and express subway lines (the 4,5,6, 7, and Shuttle to Time Square). Amenities Garage; Laundry Room; Rooftop Deck; Common Storage Room. Pets are not allowed.
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Stevenson Derodar

165 W 66th St

Nice building in a great location, just one block from the 1 train at Lincoln Center. The area has a lot of shops, restaurants, theaters, movie theaters, dry cleaners, etc. The building is post-war, pet-friendly and fairly well maintained and managed. There is a garage in the basement, and also a bike room, playroom, and small "gym" on the main lobby floor. The staff is very friendly and helpful - the doormen will go out of their way to help. For example, the daytime doorman will walk your dog if you can't get home in time! The residents are of all ages - there are people who have been there for 20 or 30 years (Baby Boomers and Ge
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Nice building in a great location, just one block from the 1 train at Lincoln Center. The area has a lot of shops, restaurants, theaters, movie theaters, dry cleaners, etc. The building is post-war, pet-friendly and fairly well maintained and managed. There is a garage in the basement, and also a bike room, playroom, and small "gym" on the main lobby floor. The staff is very friendly and helpful - the doormen will go out of their way to help. For example, the daytime doorman will walk your dog if you can't get home in time! The residents are of all ages - there are people who have been there for 20 or 30 years (Baby Boomers and Gen Xers) as well as fairly new residents, mostly young families or young couples. They are, for the most part, a very nice bunch. One of the reasons I love living here is that there are many of us who are friends and spend a lot of time with each other, making dinner, seeing movies and drinking wine. We watch each other's pets and plants when someone is away. It is not an impersonal building where you never get to meet your neighbors. People that move here are usually not looking to flip their apartments, they are looking to create a home and find a community.
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Nella

405 E 12th St

This is managed through NoFeeRentals/Metronest, who’s office is at 11 Waverly Place and website is nofeerentals.com. NoFeeRentals are reliable, however sometimes communication between the workers isn’t solid. Before committing to an apartment, I’d check with a couple different people on the move-in date or other details. I’ve been given incorrect information by receptionists and showing agents, so I’d trust the leasing agents at the office the most. DETAILS: Walk up. No laundry. No Central AC. The overall units and the bedrooms are small. Some units have good lighting, and others are rather dark. They’re
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This is managed through NoFeeRentals/Metronest, who’s office is at 11 Waverly Place and website is nofeerentals.com. NoFeeRentals are reliable, however sometimes communication between the workers isn’t solid. Before committing to an apartment, I’d check with a couple different people on the move-in date or other details. I’ve been given incorrect information by receptionists and showing agents, so I’d trust the leasing agents at the office the most. DETAILS: Walk up. No laundry. No Central AC. The overall units and the bedrooms are small. Some units have good lighting, and others are rather dark. They’re clean and always are restored to good condition before move-in. It’s cheap! The area is the East Village and the building is close to a laundromat and many good eats. It’s not very close to a Whole Foods or Trader Joes though if you shop there. These apartments are very much on the cheaper end of Manhattan. If you really want to get an affordable apartment and don’t care much about space and other amenities, then this is a good fit.
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Christina Gayton

101 Leonard St

What’s the deal with this building? Anyone know why there is so much turnover? Anyone rent or own here like the building?
Real NYC

95 16th St

I loved living in this area of Brooklyn, right on the border of Park Slope and Gowanus. It was residential and safe, but still near industrial blocks and the 278, which made my life as a driver great. Quick list of items and how I'd review them: Location - Amazing, a block away from the orange D or NRW made getting into Manhattan literally a 20 minute commute - I live physically closer now and my commute is twice as long because I'm not as close to a subway station. Also, the eclectic cafés, bistros and restaurants in Parkslope are unbeatable, starting right on 4th ave. The area is also being gentrified rapidly, with tons of co
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I loved living in this area of Brooklyn, right on the border of Park Slope and Gowanus. It was residential and safe, but still near industrial blocks and the 278, which made my life as a driver great. Quick list of items and how I'd review them: Location - Amazing, a block away from the orange D or NRW made getting into Manhattan literally a 20 minute commute - I live physically closer now and my commute is twice as long because I'm not as close to a subway station. Also, the eclectic cafés, bistros and restaurants in Parkslope are unbeatable, starting right on 4th ave. The area is also being gentrified rapidly, with tons of construction going on, and this block is one of the last men standing. That said - the area will be amazing in the next few years. Building - It's an old building, but when I left they were gutting the place, so I imagine it's being turned completely around - like much of that area. Driving - Great location by the highway, and if you're going to have a car in NYC, you can only really have it in Brooklyn, LIC or beyond. The street parking here was better than in other areas of "NO Park Slope", but the street cleaning 4x/week is something to think about. Neighbors - I didn't have the chance to interact with the neighbors. There are definitely several stray cats that live in the parking lot behind the building, and in the winter time, at night, you can hear them meowing. Attempts have been made at rescuing them, but apparently they are fine the way they are.
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Belen Cusi

456 Washington St

nice finishings and appliance sets, good simple and standard layouts. full amenities comparable to most new developments in the market today. However the apartments are really really small with little closet space, and extremely expensive for the size! make sure you check for the actual square footage before moving in
Justin Lam

2508 Broadway

This building works as a congregate building facility and also as a multiple renting voucher oportunity residency. It counta on its facilitiea with a community room, computer room and comunal kitchen on multiple floors. It also counts with a top of the art security system and the administrative offices have social workers for the residents. The building is located right infront to the entrance ofbthe 1, 2 and 3 trains at 93th and Broadway.
Carlos Maldonado

24 Mt Morris Park W

Very good place for rent. close to train 2 and 3, stores, pharmacies and groceries. The building has a good shape.
Jorge Lopez

250 Vesey St

This is a typical Chinatown building and is a good investment for long term.
sai lam

215 W 92nd St

This is a wonderful co-op building on the Upper West Side. Very courteous staff and close to Broadway shopping and restaurants. There is a laundry room play room and bike room and storage units are available by request. They are building on 93rd so you may hear some jackhammering for a little while but that will only increase the appeal of the Upper West aside.
Leah Rubin

170 Sumpter St

Two family all brick 1996 construction. Large 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath, 1,800 sqft duplex over 2 bedroom, 1 bath rental unit. Private 2 car legal driveway. Large backyard. Well kept and maintained home. New separate heat systems and water heater. Included in sale are security cameras and monitoring system. Owner's duplex comprises of formal living room, family room, separate dining area, kitchen, a powder room and boiler room/laundry on first floor with access to backyard. Second floor of owner's duplex features a huge (over 200 sqft) master bedroom with two walk in closets, another two large bedrooms and a full bath, and more close
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Two family all brick 1996 construction. Large 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath, 1,800 sqft duplex over 2 bedroom, 1 bath rental unit. Private 2 car legal driveway. Large backyard. Well kept and maintained home. New separate heat systems and water heater. Included in sale are security cameras and monitoring system. Owner's duplex comprises of formal living room, family room, separate dining area, kitchen, a powder room and boiler room/laundry on first floor with access to backyard. Second floor of owner's duplex features a huge (over 200 sqft) master bedroom with two walk in closets, another two large bedrooms and a full bath, and more closets. Close to A and C trains on Ralph Ave/Fulton St. Call Adnan at 347-470-0067 for showing and status. Asking $1,075,000
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Adnan Ahmad

1018 E 163rd St

The building is never ever clean!!! The intercom systems work sporadically. The apartments are a nice size, and very comfortable. The 6 train is located right across the street.
Jennifer

664 Onderdonk Ave

This was a total shitshow and gets a full-star solely because it's a great neighborhood. There are 4 units in this building, while I was there 2 of the 4 units were evicted. It was all new when I moved in with new tenants, how they found two sets of folks who they almost instantly evicted I have no clue. Further the gas line was off for 4 months while I was there. It was put back in right before the October 15 deadline, but it turns out they'd hired a former employee of the gas company to set it up illegally. Management was a mess, they never took care of the property, were rude and awful humans.
Aaron

468 W 153rd St

This was an all rental building, it is prewar, and has fantastic old world moldings, archways, cathedral ceilings, huge rooms, wood floors, etc, etc. But, no what it is converting to condo/rental, the renovations ruin the sound barrier walls. My bedroom is next to the new condo living room, and we hear every word they say, all day and night. They cut up the homes so badly that I hear from all angles, phone conversations through walls of 2 separate neighbors. The current landlord is a slumlord who is criminally abusive to all renters. They harass new renters and old. The laundry room is so small thet you cannot firt 2 people in it a
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This was an all rental building, it is prewar, and has fantastic old world moldings, archways, cathedral ceilings, huge rooms, wood floors, etc, etc. But, no what it is converting to condo/rental, the renovations ruin the sound barrier walls. My bedroom is next to the new condo living room, and we hear every word they say, all day and night. They cut up the homes so badly that I hear from all angles, phone conversations through walls of 2 separate neighbors. The current landlord is a slumlord who is criminally abusive to all renters. They harass new renters and old. The laundry room is so small thet you cannot firt 2 people in it at one time and the machines are the most expensive i have ever seen in nyc.
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Jenn

209 Bennett Ave

This is the crappiest building with the worst management in the whole planet. There are huge rats that often get inside the apartments. And whenever you try to call the management office for help, the guy working there (his name is Leon) is the rudest person ever. I always try to be nice in order to get to an agreement and all he does is explode right away and talk down to me, I cannot recall one time that he has been nice. I don't understand why he is always this way when I do my best to be kind whenever I call. In the winter, you will freeze, you don't control your own heat. I'm so happy my lease is over. If you are looking to
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This is the crappiest building with the worst management in the whole planet. There are huge rats that often get inside the apartments. And whenever you try to call the management office for help, the guy working there (his name is Leon) is the rudest person ever. I always try to be nice in order to get to an agreement and all he does is explode right away and talk down to me, I cannot recall one time that he has been nice. I don't understand why he is always this way when I do my best to be kind whenever I call. In the winter, you will freeze, you don't control your own heat. I'm so happy my lease is over. If you are looking to be miserable then move into this building.
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Dollin Around

610 W 164th St

This large walk up building is an easy walk to Columbia Medical as well as Riverside Park, the greenway, stores and restaurants. Most of the apartments are gut renovated with open kitchens. Room sizes gear towards bedrooms that fit doubles and a dresser. Some of the 1 bedrooms can be quite large.
Gay Nichols

1735 York Ave

Not a luxury building!!! Major elevator issues. Very unresponsive management (prospect management.) major construction projects not disclosed. Poor quality materials and workmanship. Save the aggravation and stay away from 1735 York ave and prospect management.
Mark Libin

100 Jay St

Own a one-bedroom apartment in the building. Really like it, convenient, easy access, and the building is well managed. Getting to downtown Manhattan every day is just a breeze.
Alexa Lam

1340 Merriam Ave

This is a Chestnut building I actually liked. The building is very well maintained, the residents are nice and the apartments are cool. The building is in an cool location, close to Yankee Stadium and multiple forms of public transit like the 4, and D/B trains. The 13 bus over there is a delight, I've shown the building multiple times and this bus is FAST! I mean, less than 5 minutes after the bus I missed left, the next one was coming. And it's been consistent for each time I've been there. New Yorkers know, MTA busses aren't very fast. The building has a large lobby, nice finish, looks like it's been preserved for some time. The s
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This is a Chestnut building I actually liked. The building is very well maintained, the residents are nice and the apartments are cool. The building is in an cool location, close to Yankee Stadium and multiple forms of public transit like the 4, and D/B trains. The 13 bus over there is a delight, I've shown the building multiple times and this bus is FAST! I mean, less than 5 minutes after the bus I missed left, the next one was coming. And it's been consistent for each time I've been there. New Yorkers know, MTA busses aren't very fast. The building has a large lobby, nice finish, looks like it's been preserved for some time. The stairs are nice and clean, and in the Bronx, clean common spaces is hard to find. It's hard to find. The apartments are the usual for this management company, they are ok, but the apartments are huge and I'd give up finishes for space any day. The building is inviting, and thats always good in the Bronx.
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Helvin Rymer

28-40 Jackson Ave

Jackson Park is without a doubt the most high end, ultra luxury rental building in all of Long Island City if not all of Queens. The apartments feature the most top of the line finishes and (depending on the floor) some incredible views. This obviously comes with a pretty hefty price tag but it's definitely a "you get what you pay for" type of scenario. The building's amenities package is so long that an entire report could probably be done just on that. To highlight a few, there are both an indoor and an outdoor swimming pool, ultra high end fitness center, game room, lounge space, an acre sized private park, an even a dog run.
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Jackson Park is without a doubt the most high end, ultra luxury rental building in all of Long Island City if not all of Queens. The apartments feature the most top of the line finishes and (depending on the floor) some incredible views. This obviously comes with a pretty hefty price tag but it's definitely a "you get what you pay for" type of scenario. The building's amenities package is so long that an entire report could probably be done just on that. To highlight a few, there are both an indoor and an outdoor swimming pool, ultra high end fitness center, game room, lounge space, an acre sized private park, an even a dog run. That is just naming a few of the incredible list of offerings this complex has. The building just recently finished construction on the final building and amenities so anyone renting now will get the full experience. It's currently being leased up by Citi Habitats and they are looking for the typical 40x rent along with good credit to qualify.
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Joshua Dess

101 Wall St

The developer is offering great deals on the final units right now, massive discounts or years of carrying costs credited back. I decided against it though as the building is in no man's land, the units are cut strangely with limited light, and overall the finishes were not inline with the pricing.
J Z

11 5th Ave

Excellent Co-op in one of the best locations in Manhattan. Over the last 5 years, the building undertook major updates at little cost to the owners because of a healthy reserve fund. This included: new windows, updated electrical, a new roof deck, repointing, and new mechanicals. The building also has its own generator. The Brevoort is renovation friendly and allows W/D to be installed in apartments. Friendly staff.
Robert Varvara

1040 Dean St

The building started off as a great place to live but has been deteriorating quickly with little to no accountability from the management company or owners. Facilities are generally great and staff have been excellent but the best people have left. Ongoing issues: - Water running from taps dirty, management keep pushing to the city even though its hot water so would be their issue, city confirm its not their fault -Ongoing construction throughout the day, A LOT of noise -No communication on issues and construction from the management co -Cash machine needlessly restricted to $20 max withdrawal so you need to spend $3 to
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The building started off as a great place to live but has been deteriorating quickly with little to no accountability from the management company or owners. Facilities are generally great and staff have been excellent but the best people have left. Ongoing issues: - Water running from taps dirty, management keep pushing to the city even though its hot water so would be their issue, city confirm its not their fault -Ongoing construction throughout the day, A LOT of noise -No communication on issues and construction from the management co -Cash machine needlessly restricted to $20 max withdrawal so you need to spend $3 to take out $20
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Tom Phillips

WHAT REVIEWERS

75 Wall St

Rented a unit in the building for about a month on a short term rental. Nice finishes and comfortable for a pied-a-terre.

Open House
50 West St

The building is really nice but the elevators have a lot of problems

Justin Lam
109 Norfolk St

Nice boutique building in a fun neighborhood. Can be loud at night with the bars and restaurants across the street. Too many drunk and homeless people at night though.

J Z
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