Executive Plaza at 150 West 51 Street,
Manhattan, NY 10019

445 Units

Built in 1927

20 Floors

Rent Stabilized Units: Unknown
Evictions: 7
Litigation History: No
1 Year Bedbug History: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes
Available Listings In Executive Plaza
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Midtown South
150 West 51 Street #1231
$3,500
1 bed1 bathAvail. Immediately
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In the past three years, this building had:
468 complaints
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Open Violations
A violation is issued to a building when a city inspector from NYC's Department of Housing Preservation and Development validates and confirms a complaint made to 311. The violations listed below are open violations that have yet to be addressed or have not been confirmed as resolved by the city.
Duration in the past 10 years.
Data last updated 15 days ago.
BUILDING AVERAGE:
Less than 0.01 violation per unit
NEW YORK CITY AVERAGE:
0.81 violation per unit
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class B
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Property Owners and Associates
A
Akam Associates, Inc
3.7(135)
Agent
360 Properties33369 Units
Litigation History: Yes
Evictions: 98
G
Gina Fazzalaro
4.2(136)
Officer
312 Properties27132 Units
Litigation History: Yes
Evictions: 60
E
Executive Plaza Condominium
4.3(17)
Corporate Owner
2 Properties616 Units
Litigation History: No
Evictions: 7
C
Christopher Alker
4.3(17)
Officer
2 Properties616 Units
Litigation History: No
Evictions: 7
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-- of renters received their security deposits back
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Reviews (17)

just now
Nice building in a good location
Former Tenant
Pros:
The front desk people are nice and helpful, the lobby and hallways are kept clean.
Cons:
Can get very loud due to location and inconsiderate people, windows in units are not particularly sound proof.
3 months ago
Overall nice building, a bit old
Former Tenant
Pros:
Great doormen Great laundry room Safe Location is good (for some)
Cons:
Water pressure is not great Old building Can be loud depending on your floor
4 months ago
Well-maintained luxury building
Former Tenant
Pros:
The building was well-maintained, had a clean lobby with a doorman to accept packages, a functioning laundry room, trash chutes on every floor, heating/AC (in my unit at least), and access to two rooftop balconies. I also never had any problem with pests for six months of living here.
Cons:
The walls for each unit are very thin; I could hear my neighbors when they played music and sometimes loud conversations. Since it’s midtown, the sounds of the city (alarms, loud music, cars honking/engines revving) are not super muffled, so important to note if you aren’t able to tune it out.
8 months ago
Enjoyed living here
Former Tenant
Pros:
Very nice and spacious apartment. Great doorman and clean laundry facilities
Cons:
Slow elevators and loud because near Time Square
Advice to owner:
Quicker elevators
9 months ago
Good first city apt - beware of deposit scams
Former Tenant
Pros:
Close to offices in midtwon, rennovated, furnsihed apartments with great facilities. Elevator, rooftop, good size gym, super nice doormen - safely store packages, quiet, decently spacious. Feels like corporate housing / hotel style which can be good and bad. Great if you're moving to NY for the first time and want top amenities at a decent price.
Cons:
Beware of furnished units. Some landlords will use any trick in the book to keep your security deposit (happened to me and friends in other units). Management will not help you out. You'll commute downtown every night if you want a fun social life.
Over 1 year ago
2 year studio rental
Former Tenant
Pros:
Excellent doormen No noise heard from apartment No need to turn heating on most days to feel warm in winter Large bathroom A lot of storage space Sofa bed couch is very comfy Large TV Dishwater In unit AC
Cons:
AC weak Minimal natural light No dining table or desk Small kitchen with minimal counter space
Over 1 year ago
Great for short term stay
Former Tenant
Pros:
Central location Spacious apartment
Cons:
Didn’t see my neighbors View from apartment was not great
Over 1 year ago
comfortable
Former Tenant
Pros:
comfortable for temp stay
Cons:
must take 2 elevators to get to the apartments
Advice to owner:
would be nice if lobby elevator connected to residential apartments
Over 1 year ago
Short stay
Former Tenant
Pros:
Very central location
Cons:
No soundproofing, can hear everything happening outside.
Over 2 years ago
Times Square Radio City
Former Tenant
Pros:
Location staff 3 or more elevators
Cons:
If you face the street get earplugs
Advice to owner:
Rent is high for poorly sealed windows and old appliances
Over 2 years ago
Great building close to everything
Former Tenant
Pros:
I rented 2007 and loved it. The landlord was very responsive and kind.
Cons:
One of the doorman wasn’t very friendly but that’s normal for NYC.
Over 2 years ago
Living Next to Broadway
Former Tenant
Pros:
It’s a super convenient serviced apartment, safe, friendly and helpful doorman, reliable concierge and maintenance staff. Almost all subways lines are so close. You can take the bus or citi bike too. Plus you’re less than 10 blocks away from Central Park.
Cons:
Living close to Broadway means you have to live with the noise in the surrounding area. Rent doesn’t come cheap too because living here is so convenient.
Over 2 years ago
Needs a renovation and better management
Former Tenant
Pros:
Close to several subway lines
Cons:
Location is basically in Times Square, it’s very noisy particularly through the night with groups of cars parking on 7th avenue blasting music at all hours. Motorbike groups also circling the Times Square area which is very noisy but also feels unsafe. The building is freezing cold in winter (without having the apartment heating unit on all the time) as the windows are not sealed properly and there are drafts. The building are quick to turn the heating off before the required time set by the city and its common for the inside temperate to be below that required by the city. The gym equipment, laundry room and roof deck are poorly maintained. The laundry machines are mouldy and if the laundry unit breaks down the building doesn’t help, the tenant needs to contact the company that runs the laundry room.
Over 2 years ago
Empire State Properties are the worst
Former Tenant
Pros:
Great subway lines nearby
Cons:
The area around the building is dirty and filled with tourists. The scaffolding stayed there for a YEAR. The rooftop was closed for months during spring. The internal apartments have no signal so forget about having phone calls. Empire State properties never helped and were unresponsive. During COVID they were so welcoming only because they had their apartments empty for months but once people started returning to NYC they started being rude and unresponsive. They changed the rents to unreasonable amounts when no improve to the building could be seen.
Advice to owner:
Make realtors at Empire State properties more welcoming, kind and professional
Over 2 years ago
Good place to live!
Former Tenant
Pros:
Location Most door men
Cons:
No natural light
Over 2 years ago
150 west 51st west review
Former Tenant
Pros:
Doormen are friendly and always keep package in package room. Keep common areas clean like hallway and facilities. Rooftop that can see Times Square. Garbage chute.
Cons:
Very loud just north of Times Square. Not the best noise cancellation. Garbage room is next to laundry which can be pungent at times. Weird building layout as it’s connected to a neighboring hotel; first 7 or so floors are for the hotel guests .
Advice to owner:
I would like the food delivery people to bring up my food
Over 2 years ago
Best apartment ever
Former Tenant
Pros:
Location location location
Cons:
The doormen are mean to food delivery and ruined my Uber eats rating
Advice to owner:
Lower rent
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