Starting with our 24-hour doorman properties, there is 184 Lexington Avenue (at 32nd Street) and 30 West 18th Street (near Fifth Avenue). We also have locations with “Afternoon Doormen” at 227 Mulberry Street (at Prince Street) and 460 West 20th Street (corner of Tenth Avenue), along with 31 West 17th Street, a limited doorman building. Our other luxury rentals can be found at 220 East 24th Street (near Third Avenue), 690 Greenwich Street (at Christopher Street), 40 East 12th Street (near Union Square Park), and 146 East 39th Street (off Lexington Avenue).
You may need someone to serve as guarantor depending on your income and credit. Any person who owns a home in the tri-state area with good credit is generally accepted as a guarantor, so long as the guarantor meets our income requirements.
Once you have submitted all documents and have been approved, you will need to contact the building superintendent or Property Manager to slot you in for move-in. The superintendent or Property Manager can tell you what days and times you may move in. Of course, your moving company must submit insurance to us prior to your move.
For electric service, call Con-Ed at (800) 752-6633. For phone service, call Verizon at (212) 890-1550. For Cable TV service, call Time Warner at (212) 674-9100. In some properties, Verizon also carries Cable TV service.
Your rent payment should be made out to the owning entity for your building, which can be found on the first page of your Lease under “Landlord”. All rent payments are sent to 8 West 40th Street, 6th Floor, New York, NY 10018.
Your Lease is a contract, and in all senses, you are fully responsible for the remaining rent payments. However, in case you would like to move out anyway, you can get yourself removed from the Lease by bringing forth a suitable replacement tenant which is comparable to you (creditworthy, with a guarantor, etc), subject to our approval. Call our Leasing Manager to discuss such arrangements at (212) 683-9292. We will always try to accommodate you as best as we can. Roommate changes go by similar procedures. Applicable charges will apply.
If the emergency requires immediate attention, call 911 first. In case of emergency, call your building’s superintendant. If you cannot reach your superintendent or the management office, please call (212) 243-1818.
Your extension offer price will mainly be determined by current market conditions. Your Lease Renewal price will usually reflect what your apartment would cost in the open market. Rent Stabilized Lease renewals, of course, are different and are guided by the yearly Rent Guidelines Board increase rates.
You may want to stay in the apartment alone, in which case we would re-review your financial information to see if you can indeed a sign a Lease on your own. However, if you would like to bring in a new roommate, contact us, and we will work with you to add them to the Lease. Prospective roommates must meet the same requirements as your previous roommate (creditworthy, with a guarantor, etc). Under no circumstances will any new roommates be allowed into the building without being added to the Lease. Applicable charges will apply for such lease changes.
As customary, all tenants maintain a security deposit equal to one month’s rent in a special account with us. Additional Security is simply the amount needed to bring your Security Deposit up to equal your new or current rent.