301 West 45 Street,
Manhattan, NY 10036

176 Units

Built in 1966

17 Floors

Rent Stabilized Units: Unknown
Good Cause Evictions: Yes
Evictions: 5
Litigation History: Yes
1 Year Bedbug History: No
Pet Friendly: Yes
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In the past three years, this building had:
87 complaints
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Open Violations
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BUILDING AVERAGE:
0 violation per unit
NEW YORK CITY AVERAGE:
0.81 violation per unit
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Property Owners and Associates
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200-230 W 99 Realty LLC
4(42)
Corporate Owner
53 Properties1576 Units
Litigation History: Yes
Evictions: 9
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Avi Stern
3.7(10)
Agent
1 Property176 Units
Litigation History: Yes
Evictions: 5
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Scott Goldenberg
4(39)
Head Officer
51 Properties1533 Units
Litigation History: Yes
Evictions: 9
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301 W. 45 Realty LLC
3.7(10)
Corporate Owner
2 Properties201 Units
Litigation History: Yes
Evictions: 6
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Reviews (10)

5 months ago
Dangerous area & horrible mgmt company
Former Tenant
Pros:
Many of the neighbors are sweet
Cons:
Being neighbor’s with asylum seekers, there are also many homeless and addicts that linger in front of the building. There have also been break ins
Advice to owner:
Stop raising rents on a place that should be paying people to live there. It’s very unsafe.
Over 1 year ago
Poorly managed building in very noisy setting
Former Tenant
Pros:
Building staff is on top of things, friendly and trustworthy. They are hampered by management's refusal to spend money on the upkeep of the building. Building is near all subway lines. Electric/gas is included in rents.
Cons:
VERY noisy due to traffic and sirens from congested traffic. VERY noisy due to construction for 80 story tower across the street that begins 645am to 6:30pm Monday to Saturday. The building air conditioning is only available from June to mid September, in warm April/May/September/October you have to open your windows for climate control and all the noise and pollution pours in. The laundry machines are almost always 50% broken. Walls between apartments are paper thin; you can hear your neighbors spitting into the sink when brushing teeth or having a discussion or sex.
Over 2 years ago
Bring your own fan or portable A/C
Former Tenant
Pros:
Full time responsible doorman, laundry in building, never see bugs inside my appt.
Cons:
According to the owner, they would only have the cold A/C on from May 15 to Oct 15 (sometime they may shorten the period due to some “construction issue” like this year). This means each year, you may need to suffer from 90+ degrees temperature (even worse inside if ur appt is south facing) during Early May and October without cold A/C. So remember to buy ur own fan. Neighborhood noise level very high, you will be expecting broadway audiences chanting and shouting everyday around 10p cause there is literally a theater on the other side of the street. Also the elevator is very slow.
Over 2 years ago
Good building in a meh location.
Former Tenant
Pros:
Super responsive super and handyman. Neighbors are nice.
Cons:
The location is on the loud side and very crowded by tourists. The building is older so tenants don’t have full control over heat and AC.
Over 2 years ago
Nice and basic building
Former Tenant
Pros:
Location, staff, elevator, doorman, clean
Cons:
Old, price, looks bad from the outside
Advice to owner:
Renovations is needed
Over 2 years ago
The Camelot Review
Former Tenant
Pros:
Located in the heart of midtown. Lots of restaurants and bars around! Easily accessible to all major train lines.
Cons:
Super is arrogant and difficult to deal with. Yeah
Over 2 years ago
Great Neighbors, Not-So-Great Landlord
Former Tenant
Pros:
-Neighbors -Building Staff -City View
Cons:
The landlord does not communicate with you. In an already difficult time, this is extremely frustrating. Many tenants have been waiting for several months for responses regarding COVID-related rent relief/reduction and other concerns. The neighborhood is changing, and tenants do not always feel safe leaving the building to walk around the area.
Advice to owner:
Respond to your tenants and work with them, or they will vote with their feet and leave. There are plenty of landlords looking for tenants with good track records. They are offering lower rents for nicer units in better neighborhoods. Respecting your existing tenants will go a long way in retaining them - otherwise, you’ll be looking at even more vacancies sitting on the market.
Over 2 years ago
Great first apartment in NY
Former Tenant
Pros:
Honestly the size of the building and the location was great. So close to so many subway lines, the neighbors were wonderful and a lot of them have lived in this building for a very long time. Many of them in the theater business. The doorman were great and super helpful, So were the maintenance crew. Laundry room was decent, in a basement but it was kept pretty clean. Never really had to wait. In a very active busy tourist filled part of town, But you were also right in the heart of the theater district. The space was pretty huge for anything you will get for the price. Got my full security deposit when I moved out.
Cons:
Even on the 11th floor, we could never get used to the noise. Lots of honking, police sirens, ambulance, people, and late at night the clubs bought a lot of music and shouting. Sometimes saw violent crimes and police activity - towards the later part of our stay there were drug paraphernalia and users in the streets. As a small female I mostly felt safe but overall opted for a quieter part of the city.
Advice to owner:
Nothing
Over 2 years ago
Decent place to live
Former Tenant
Pros:
Utilities included in rent
Cons:
Wasn’t to bad
Over 2 years ago
Horrible landlords
Former Tenant
Pros:
Close proximity to subways and times square
Cons:
It’s old, needs to be updated, landlords don’t care about tenants
Advice to owner:
Learn to take renters financial burdens due to Covid into major consideration when they ask for a rent reduction - plus being the market rate has dropped for the area, maybe you should try to match those rates for tenants who are clearly struggling. Getting some kind of money is better than nothing, don’t you think?
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