60 West 125 Street,
Manhattan, NY 10027

141 Units

Built in 2019

17 Floors

Rent Stabilized Units: Unknown
Evictions: 0
Litigation History: No
1 Year Bedbug History: No
Pet Friendly: Yes
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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 16 days ago.
BUILDING AVERAGE:
0.02 violation per unit
NEW YORK CITY AVERAGE:
0.81 violation per unit
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Non-hazardous
3
class A
i.e. no peephole on a door, or no street # on the building, unlawful keeping of animals
MOST RECENT:
Mar 25, 2021: § 27-2005 adm code properly repair the broken or defective lockset at entrance door in the 3rd room from north located at apt 1107, 11th story, 3rd apartment from west at north
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Hazardous
1
class B
i.e. smoke detector issues, inadequate lighting, no lighting for stairways
MOST RECENT:
Mar 25, 2021: § 27-2005 adm code repair the broken or defective plastered surfaces and paint in a uniform color at ceiling in the private hallway located at apt 1107, 11th story, 3rd apartment from west at north
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Immediately hazardous
0
class C
i.e. rodents, pest, mold, inadequate heat or hot water, defective building parts
MOST RECENT:
No violation found...
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Missing information/filings
0
class I
Missing or non-compliant with administrative information orders or filings
MOST RECENT:
No violation found...
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Property Owners and Associates
J
John Mccarthy
3.7(9)
Head Officer
1 Property141 Units
Litigation History: No
Evictions: 0
T
Thomas Grabski
3.7(9)
Site Manager
1 Property141 Units
Litigation History: No
Evictions: 0
H
Hubbnyc Property Management
3.4(30)
Agent
25 Properties460 Units
Litigation History: Yes
Evictions: 3
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60 West 125th St LLC
3.7(9)
Corporate Owner
1 Property141 Units
Litigation History: No
Evictions: 0
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Reviews (9)

4 months ago
125TH apt review
Former Tenant
Pros:
Everything is brand new, the amenities are great
Cons:
Walls are thin so you can hear your neighbors very often
Advice to owner:
Nothing
7 months ago
Good For Price
Former Tenant
Pros:
Surprisingly affordable for the city, I haven't had any major issues that are noteworthy. Units are nice but the quality of things like the cabinets is cheap. You get what you pay for and it's definitely nicer than most apartments at this price. Honestly, it's nicer than some of the places friends live and they pay more.
Cons:
This building has roaches!!! Reached out to management immediately and didn’t hear a word. Followed up the next day with higher urgency and still nothing. Left to our own devices to figure this out. Your neighbors will be so loud if you live on the second floor. You will hear people screaming (mostly children) in the lobby and you will hear it, even if all your doors are closed. So, freaking loud. Luckily no street noise on the side facing 124th unless a car playing loud music passes by. The gym is pretty small. The pillars in the rooms have random holes in them but no cause for concern.
Advice to owner:
If there are holes/dents in the walls of a unit, you should fix them before someone moves in.
7 months ago
Looks nice but be pragmatic, ‘cause it ain’t cheap to live here
Former Tenant
Pros:
Still pretty new, wall unit heating and cooling units, water pressure, roof deck view, public transportation access, windows in each unit, great neighbors on my floor, porters are super kind.
Cons:
Poor build quality, drains consistently clogged, walls paper thin, people smoking in the stairwells quickly travels into hallways and units, elevators highly unreliable, super manages two buildings, constant construction on the first floor which creates a lot of dust, water has gone out a few times for several hours at a time, only two elevators and one often used by staff during morning and evening rush hours, bathroom fixtures not thought out so mildew develops quickly, roof inaccessible 11 pm to 6 am, several laundry machines unavailable consistently.
Advice to owner:
Pay the super enough to only manage one building, bring back some more roof furniture, more timely laundry room maintenance, and please stop raising rents.
8 months ago
Do NOT live here
Former Tenant
Pros:
The finishes in the apartment are nice, and the location is amazing (shopping and trains are close by). There is an app to pay rent, place maintenance requests, etc. There is an app to pay for laundry.
Cons:
Elevators are constantly malfunctioning/out. Hallways smell gross all the time. You can hear your neighbors through the walls and down the hall because there’s no kind of sound barrier around the door. A lot of the gym equipment doesn’t work properly. The washers and dryers are constantly out. Miniature appliances. Virtually NO storage space anywhere (tiny closets in rooms, no other closets anywhere else and very little kitchen storage space). Tiny rooms (my room barely fits my queen sized bed). Repair requests sometimes take over a week to be addressed (if at all). If you get locked out in the evening on the weekend, prepare to pay $500+ because the locksmith company hired by the building doesn’t have a master key so they have to drill through your lock and give you a new one. The rooftop space is barebones, missing chair cushions and no grills. The coworking space is echoey so you can hear others conversations very easily. The game room/lounge barely has anything in it, and the pool table is busted and missing the sticks. Packages get stolen regularly. The street it’s on is often trash filled and you’ll see people on drugs lying in the street or walking around like zombies. Overall, not worth the price you’ll pay to be here.
Advice to owner:
Take some of the exorbitant rent we’re paying and put it towards fixing the numerous issues with the building instead of lining your pockets.
9 months ago
Living at the Hubb
Former Tenant
Pros:
Amenities include a well upkept laundry room, fitness room, lounge, private mail room, work room and rooftop. The elevators are functional and working 99% of the time, save for occasional maintenance. Work order requests get handled within 48 hours and the super is responsive.
Cons:
Just the space that you get for a 1 bedroom. We lost about 300 sq. feet of space and pay $500 more for rent that our previous one bedroom.
Over 1 year ago
60 west 125
Former Tenant
Pros:
Key fob to enter and use amenities. Bike storage room ( secure your own spot just for your bike ) 2 lounge areas. Mail room.
Cons:
Laundry room has several machines that take money and don’t work. Management is rude and constantly changing
Over 1 year ago
Beautiful Apartments / No Community/ "Luxury"
Former Tenant
Pros:
Newly built condo. Beautiful Finishes. Big Size. Cool Amenities. The Superintendent is great!
Cons:
- The walls are paper thin. Neighbors will play loud music and you will hear everything. The apartments come with integrated speakers (this is a cool amenity) BUT because the walls are paper thin and the speakers are so loud the music of others is truly a problem. - Laundry is always full and the machines are constantly broken. - Management is not responsive. - Unsafe. There's no doorman, everybody can walk in the building, no key fob to enter elevator. + You have to be careful because the building door won't properly lock. - A lot of people hang out in front of the building door. - The elevator is slow and consistently breaks down. - Overall... this building is not cheap. You can find similar "luxury" at a similar price point. I would not recommend it.
Advice to owner:
Safety is a big issue in this condominium. We NEED more cameras everywhere. The building NEED's to install a key access to the elevator. Management needs to be more responsive. Be mindful of the community. There is a lot going on in the community.
Over 1 year ago
“Luxury” on 125th
Former Tenant
Pros:
Elevator building, laundry in building, secured package room, furnished rooftop & close by to shopping and transportation (2/3 train, multiple buses)
Cons:
Elevator will consistently break at least 2x/month as well as laundry. Nothing is included in the high rent. Amenity rules = feels like living in a college dorm
Advice to owner:
Please be mindful that although they are gentrifying the area, it's still 125th street. Have better security for the building. People shouldn't walk outside to see crackheads or human feces outside their door.
Over 1 year ago
Not as good as it looks, not worth the price
Former Tenant
Pros:
Good views from the roof and from the higher units
Cons:
This building was built as cheaply as possible: - Walls so thin you can hear what’s going on all around you. There’s no privacy in this building. - Fixtures are cheap. Tubs are plastic. - Amenities are uninspiring and sterile. You won’t use them except for the gym and roof. - Management went from bad to worse. The original owners were a mess, then they sold to HUBB who claimed they were going to nicen up the amenities, but all they did was fire the full time staff. Managment also messed up our lease renewal and then gaslit us. - There’s basically nothing “luxury” about this luxury building, which is priced at a luxury tier. The facade is nice, the lobby is nice, and the roof is nice. But there’s buildings like this sprouting up all over and you can live in one that was more thoughtfully constructed for the same price.
Advice to owner:
Invest in the amenities spaces, finish them as they were rendered and advertised. These spaces should be nicer for how much you are charging.
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