37 West 21 Street,
Manhattan, NY 10010

116 Units

Built in 2007

15 Floors

Rent Stabilized Units: Unknown
Good Cause Evictions: Yes
Evictions: 1
Litigation History: No
1 Year Bedbug History: No
Pet Friendly: Yes
Available Listings In 37 West 21 Street
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Chelsea
37 West 21 Street #704
$6,424
1 bed1 bathEst. Jul 2024
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Chelsea
37 West 21 Street #702
$7,418
1 bed1 bathEst. Aug 2024
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Chelsea
37 West 21 Street #7
$10,414
2 beds2 bathsEst. Sep 2024
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Chelsea
37 West 21 Street #508
$6,718
1 bed1 bathEst. Oct 2024
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In the past three years, this building had:
22 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 16 days ago.
BUILDING AVERAGE:
Less than 0.01 violation per unit
NEW YORK CITY AVERAGE:
0.81 violation per unit
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Property Owners and Associates
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Bradford Klatt
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Officer
1 Property116 Units
Litigation History: No
Evictions: 1
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Milton Anderson
0(0)
Site Manager
1 Property116 Units
Litigation History: No
Evictions: 1
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Arsale Realty Company LLC
4(200)
Corporate Owner
76 Properties9706 Units
Litigation History: Yes
Evictions: 76
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Rose Property Mgmt Grp LLC
3.9(190)
Agent
46 Properties7034 Units
Litigation History: Yes
Evictions: 53
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Reviews (7)

2 months ago
Great Place Great Location
Former Tenant
Pros:
The units have high quality finishes. The location is great. The views of the Empire State Building from units on the north side is spectacular!
Cons:
Basic gym included.
3 months ago
building ok but management will hike your rent
Former Tenant
Pros:
Doormen and maintenance are great Convenient location Big windows in apartment
Cons:
Loud street with clubs at night time - people vomit on the street on the weekends. Building management will hike your rent every year - they’ll try to hike it 15 to 20 percent every year instead of trying to retain residents. Elevators break often. Not much sunlight. They did renovations to make the building interiors look better but haven’t renovated the apartments or fixed the elevators.
Advice to owner:
Value your loyal residents more instead of driving rents up and constantly replacing residents
4 months ago
Truly terrible management, overpriced, nice door staff
Former Tenant
Pros:
Door staffers are very nice especially Luis. Close to Trader Joe’s and a few different subway lines, pet friendly.
Cons:
Worst management we have had in the city. You can hear everything your neighbors do and say. Lounge is nothing special, gym is like a sad hotel gym, no sunlight, everything is broken, elevator constantly breaks down, very overpriced, and they will skyrocket your rent without warning. A neighbor got a 40% rent increase notice, I saw it. Our stove and disposal kept breaking. There are way better buildings out there. We’re moving out and finding management that actually care about the people who live there. There are a lot of empty units for a reason.
Over 1 year ago
The Part of the Building on 22nd St. is the Red-Headed Stepchild
Former Tenant
Pros:
The building as a whole is clean, nice. If you live in one of the units at 38 W. 22nd St., then you get a private elevator up to your place. You are close to Madison Square Park which is great.
Cons:
It's a pain getting packages and mail if you live in one of the units on 22nd St., and you also get less attention and care from the maintenance people. And aside from Madison Square Park, the location for both buildings stink. It's dead over there with no vibe. The Flatiron Building is constantly covered in scaffolding so it's a bit ugly. Super commercial area. Think Auntie Ann's, Old Navy, McDonalds all around.
Over 1 year ago
Quality apartments on a mediocre street
Former Tenant
Pros:
High quality appliances, clean, friendly
Cons:
On a terrible crowded street with multiple clubs
Over 1 year ago
Love the building, hate the maintenance
Former Tenant
Pros:
The apartment itself, doormans are the best, amenities, location
Cons:
Building maintenance and response time, building and appliances are kind of old
Advice to owner:
Improve maintenance team, time to refurbish and renovate The doorman turnover in the building is completely ridiculous. The doormans are the life of this building, keep them and better pay them. Every week there’s a new doorman and they never are able to find my packages and don’t know how amything works. Can’t blame them cause they probably just started working there. Invest in the doormans, everyone loves them and they are the best workers in the building.
Over 2 years ago
Perfect apartment and great maintenance
Former Tenant
Pros:
Thick walls, double glazed windows with tight closures and high ceilings made this the quietest apartment I’d ever lived in. Huge windows. Maintenance and management were supremely and rapidly responsive.
Cons:
Neighbors seemed to rarely stay more than a year or two. The managing agent said otherwise but on my floor the turnover was high or the apartments were held by corporate leases and the actual occupants changed often. Perhaps the rent is high enough that after 2 years people start to look for someplace to buy. There is no actually usable yoga room space and the massage room gets the blaring music from the gym (and I had a neighbor who refused to turn it down the one hour I had tried to use it). The outdoor deck is nice but on a low floor so surrounded by noisy a/c compressors, and is not open early enough in AM to enjoy morning coffee. Alcohol not allowed so although there is indoor space in the lounge for dinner parties, wine would not be allowed.
Advice to owner:
Keep your door staff better paid and in place, it makes a big difference. Try to carve out a real yoga/Pilates room in that cavernous basement.
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