320 Bleecker Street,
Brooklyn, NY 11237

6 Units

Built in 1931

3 Floors

Rent Stabilized Units: Unknown
Good Cause Evictions: Yes
Evictions: 0
Litigation History: No
1 Year Bedbug History: No
Pet Friendly: Unknown
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In the past three years, this building had:
5 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.
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BUILDING AVERAGE:
0.16 violation per unit
NEW YORK CITY AVERAGE:
0.81 violation per unit
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Non-hazardous
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class A
i.e. no peephole on a door, or no street # on the building, unlawful keeping of animals
MOST RECENT:
No violation found...
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Hazardous
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class B
i.e. smoke detector issues, inadequate lighting, no lighting for stairways
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Immediately hazardous
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class C
i.e. rodents, pest, mold, inadequate heat or hot water, defective building parts
MOST RECENT:
Jun 15, 2020: section 27-2031 adm code provide hot water at all hot water fixtures in the entire apartment located at apt 2r, 2nd story, 1st apartment from south at west
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Missing information/filings
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class I
Missing or non-compliant with administrative information orders or filings
MOST RECENT:
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Property Owners and Associates
J
Joel Fried
3.5(18)
Site Manager
Head Officer
14 Properties109 Units
Litigation History: No
Evictions: 0
B
320 Bleecker LLC
2.6(6)
Owner
Corporate Owner
Agent
2 Properties16 Units
Litigation History: No
Evictions: 0
H
Hope St Development
3.6(19)
Owner
Corporate Owner
Agent
18 Properties120 Units
Litigation History: No
Evictions: 0
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-- of renters received their security deposits back
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Reviews (6)

Over 2 years ago
It’s not the worst
Former Tenant
Pros:
Very modern Spacious unit Nice backyard
Cons:
Very thin walls
Over 2 years ago
Landlords like this are why people are leaving New York
Former Tenant
Pros:
Nothing--the backyard when we moved in was dirt, and it was our own efforts as previous tenants that brought the backyard up to standard. Things advertised as amenities simply don't work--i.e. the broken HVAC system throughout the building, the broken washer and dryer in the basement. The only pro is that I'm no longer living here.
Cons:
Everything. The HVAC doesn't work. The landlord relies on the elderly woman in 2L to conduct work that should be conducted by a hired super--for example, she is responsible for cleaning the common areas and organizing trash. This is presumably out of an agreement whereby the landlord did not kick out this tenant during his alleged "renovations" conducted between 2011 and 2013 so that he could deregulate the building using substantial rehabilitation as his reasoning. Only problem is, none of his renovations made any difference and were all surface level changes. Further, he neglected to renovate the elderly woman's apartment at all! For whoever is unfortunate enough to live in 1L now, this means that her apartment regularly (I mean at least once a month) floods into the apartment below. Take a look at the floorboards throughout the apartment--all warped from flooding. Or the wall surfaces--all warped from flooding. The appliances are the cheapest you can possibly find--take a look at the oven and joke of a rangehood, literally the cheapest you can buy from Home Depot. We only had the rangehood installed after withholding rent for several months and even then the landlord made sure to show his utmost disrespect for his tenants by installing the cheapest possible option...in an apartment renting at over $3,000 per month. Pests? Of course! Ranging from mice, cockroaches, and the best of all, spiders! Hundreds and hundreds of spiders all nesting and reproducing in the basement's door to the backyard. I could go on and on but the other reviews go into some of the other nefarious tactics used by this landlord, such as making sure that he uses Nooklyn to vet potential tenants, informing them not to rent to black or minority people of color (nice one!) and his approach to COVID forgiveness (if you can't afford it, you can simply leave!). He is, simply put, the reason landlords have a bad stereotype, and aptly so. There is not a single redeeming quality about this landlord or this building. Oh, and to top it off, this is the same landlord involved in allegedly burning down one of his own buildings so that it would no longer be rent controlled once he rebuilt it. Don't believe me? See the case itself and articles written on it here: https://citylimits.org/2019/09/25/tenants-ask-city-to-take-over-fire-scarred-building/ and https://casetext.com/case/fried-v-lopez-1 There is absolutely no reason whatsoever to rent from this landlord. Find another apartment and let this guy slowly but surely go broke :)
Advice to owner:
Find a real job.
Over 2 years ago
Another landlord gentrifying the neighborhood and charging exorbitantly
Former Tenant
Pros:
Can’t think of anything
Cons:
Heat doesnt work properly because of a poorly installed HVAC system. Poor insulation of street noise, vermin, bugs & remote landlords disconnected from tenants. This is another building that has been destabilized by landlord groups and displaced low income New Yorkers. Destabilizing buildings depletes NYC’s housing stock and makes it only affordable for idiot bankers & LOL digital marketing professionals. Terrible landlords like this buy buildings like this, get rent stabilized tenants to move out and then convert rent stabilized buildings to market rates for unsuspecting hipsters, who are the first wave of gentrification. What follows this first wave are a bunch of a-hole bankers. The landlords like other renovated buildings in this hood, hide behind LLCs and rent buildings via Nooklyn or other such “hipster” lol agents who often are told to not rent to POC. Nice “white” tenants only - adding insult to injury is that this was a poor POC neighborhood to begin with.
Advice to owner:
Stay away, be ethical and moral by not supporting landlord groups like this one.
Over 2 years ago
great area and neighbors
Former Tenant
Pros:
Kind neighbors, responsible super
Cons:
roaches and mice not dealt with, door handles and fixtures and stuff not dealt with, management very vague
Advice to owner:
thorough checks before tenants move in
Over 2 years ago
For Bushwick for the Price, fine
Former Tenant
Pros:
Larger rooms for these types of remodels, fire escape, high ceilings, some of the rooms get good light
Cons:
Persistent pest problems, the first year moths (????) and then mice and cockroaches. The exterminator that management sent didn’t seem to be effective. He would supposedly treat the place, but then we’d be seeing cockroaches alive and well the next day, so. Black mold behind the tiles in the bathroom — when we had someone over to look at it he said that all the tiles in the bathroom would have to come down in order to get rid of it completely. Did not seem worth the hassle, but it’s likely a concern that potential tenants should take into account. Then there was the “laundry room” which would have been cool except the machines made the clothes smell of mildew, so we ended up doing laundry at a laundromat anyway.
Advice to owner:
Take the money and time to fix the mold, flooding and cockroach problem. These aren’t issues that get better if you ignore them or slap on a bandaid.
Over 2 years ago
Sub Par for what you pay
Former Tenant
Pros:
Central heat and air
Cons:
Washer and dryer didn’t work even after putting a request to landlord. Repeat roach and moth problem. Landlord had us paying for a room not considered a bedroom. Inadequate hot water for almost three years until calling 311.
Advice to owner:
Check on your building once every six months, not once every two-three years.
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