327 West 37 Street,
Manhattan, NY 10018

569 Units

Built in 2007

24 Floors

Rent Stabilized Units: Yes
Good Cause Eviction: Yes
Evictions: 1
Litigation History: Yes
1 Year Bedbug History: No
Pet Friendly: Yes
Available Listings In 327 West 37 Street
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$7,333
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320 West 38 Street #1803
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320 West 38 Street #2029
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320 West 38 Street #1903
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In the past three years, this building had:
91 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 2 months ago.
BUILDING AVERAGE:
Less than 0.01 violations per unit
NEW YORK CITY AVERAGE:
0.81 violation per unit
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Property Owners and Associates
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West 38th Street LLC
4.3(8)
Corporate Owner
2 Properties836 Units
Litigation History: Yes
Evictions: 1
C
Carole Pittelman
4.3(8)
Shareholder
Head Officer
2 Properties836 Units
Litigation History: Yes
Evictions: 1
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New Hyde Park Realty L.p.
4.3(34)
Top Rated
Shareholder
14 Properties3136 Units
Litigation History: Yes
Evictions: 12
M
Marian Honeyman
4.4(82)
Top Rated
Shareholder
Head Officer
28 Properties6748 Units
Litigation History: Yes
Evictions: 19
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--% of renters recommend this building

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Reviews (6)

8 months ago
Great building, not-so-great location
Former Tenant
Pros:
Well-maintained building with good amenities and nice staff. Has a mail room which makes it easy to receive packages. Washer/dryer in-unit, fridge with ice maker, sink with garbage disposal
Cons:
Neighborhood was the only downside to living in this building. Lots of homeless people around, lots of harassment, didn’t feel safe, area also smells bad and had a lot of garbage on the sidewalk.
10 months ago
Incredible & Attentive Staff!
Former Tenant
Pros:
The staff (doormen, package room, security, leasing agents, maintenance, etc.) are all extremely friendly and take their jobs very seriously! I have always felt very safe, which is great because the midtown location means there are a lot of people around outside. The amenities are great as well! The walls are also super thick, so I have never heard my neighbors and they have never heard me.
Cons:
There isn't much to complain about, but sometimes the amenities (gym and pool usually) are closed without notice, but it doesn't happen often.
Advice to owner:
N/A
11 months ago
Solid choice if you want to live in midtown
Former Tenant
Pros:
Luxury building with very helpful and responsive staff
Cons:
High heat bills, located in very dirty area
Over 2 years ago
Luxury at its best
Former Tenant
Pros:
Always clean- great staff
Cons:
Traffic can get loud
Over 2 years ago
A very well-maintained high rise
Former Tenant
Pros:
- Honestly the most professional and most friendly building staff (doorman & maintenance crew) - Very clean and pleasant lobby and amenities - The building is new so all units are finished clean and modern. - 2 grocery stores within walking distance (Brooklyn Fare and Hudson Yard Wholefoods (hands down the best Wholefoods in Manhattan)
Cons:
- The neighborhood is so hectic. It is convenient for sure as you have everything within 3-4 block radius (two subway stations, several mom and pop shops as well as convenient stores, a lot of restaurants and fast food franchises). But because it’s so close to the Time Square, Penn Station and Port Authority.. the neighborhood is always filled with homeless people and tourists. It was especially bad during the peak of Covid as all the hotels within the block were converted into homeless shelters. - 37th street traffic gets really bad during rush hour because it leads to the Lincoln Tunnel. - Awkward distance to the riverside and the nearest park (Bryant Park) - If you are looking for a quiet, residential neighborhood, this is not it. - A bit pricey for the space you get - we paid about 4000 for 750 sq ft (pre covid rate) - We had a couple cockroaches (relatively small ones) in our apartment. They come in through washer/dryer pipe crack.
Over 2 years ago
A Little Piece of Heaven in the Garment District
Former Tenant
Pros:
Beautiful marble and mosaic lobby with an enclosed Asian inspired fountain/garden & with salvaged antique architectural details. Wonderful shared spaces, including a beautiful, Grecian style swimming pool. Sun drenched, 9 ft. ceiling apartments are well designed with bamboo floors, plenty of closet space, beautiful granite kitchen area with stainless steel appliances including dw, small marble bathroom with deep tub & washer & dryer. Temperature is controlled by tenants & apartments are easy to clean. My apartment faces the back & is quiet. Building staff is kind & helpful. Elevators are plentiful & speedy. The sparse lounge area on the rooftop has a view of the Empire State Building. The developers and designers of this building were creative. Tenants are encouraged to use green products. No smoking building. Pets welcome. Located in a rambunctious neighborhood close to everything. Howard Heisner, EVP of Glenwood, has intelligently led us through the Covid crisis.
Cons:
I feel like I’m living in a paradise. If you are bothered by mentally ill people on the streets, you won’t like living here. I wish I could help them. Decades of right wing leadership in NYC and our country coupled with the Covid catastrophe has caused a lot of suffering. And if you don’t like living with lower income tenants (this is a 20% affordable housing building), you might be annoyed by us. Still standing on the Southwest corner of 38th St. & 8th Avenue is this Victorian beauty: https://ephemeralnewyork.wordpress.com/tag/300-west-38th-street/?fbclid=IwAR2mBO8MawJFbCxAFSI2dbVSeghdCYCWcY7O-aOs6ebBtxcXpRv9RMFFiSM I think my Sicilian grandmother/grandfather worked in this area as a seamstress/tailor before I was born.
Advice to owner:
No advice - just gratitude.
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