Carnegie Hill Properties

2 Properties

189 Units

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.
This owner/manager has a total of 23 violations which is 0.12 violations per unit for their entire portfolio.
That is better than the city average, which is 0.59 violations per unit.
Non-hazardous
6Class A
Non-Hazardous violations (i.e. no peephole on a door, or no street # on the building)
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Hazardous
15Class B
Hazardous violations (i.e. smoke detector issues, inadequate lighting)
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Immediately-hazardous
2Class C
Immediately Hazardous (i.e. rodents, inadequate heat or hot water)
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Approval DateDescriptionCurrent Status
2021-04-30Section 27-2005 adm code properly repair with similar material the broken or defective wood floor in the private hallway located at apt 12k, 12th story, 3rd apartment from west at northNov sent out
2018-11-23Section 27-2005 hmc:trace and repair the source and abate the nuisance consisting of mold ... at back of sink base cabinet in the kitchen located at apt 3c, 3rd story, 2nd apartment from south at west , section ''south west''Nov sent out
2018-11-09Section 300 m/d law file plans and application and legalize the following alteration or restore to the legal condition existing prior to the making of said alteration wall erected creating two rooms in the 2nd room from east located at apt 3c, 3rd story, 2nd apartment from south at westNov sent out
2017-12-16Section 27-2005 adm code refit the upper and lower sash of the west window at north wall in the 1st room from north located at apt 3l, 3rd story, 1st apartment from west at northNov sent out
2017-07-03Section 26-1103 admin. code: post and maintain a proper notice on wall of the entrance story in english and spanish on the availability of the agency?s housing information guide. a sample notice can be found at www.nyc.gov/hpd., 1st storyNov sent out
2017-07-03Section 27-2005 hmc: post, in a form approved by the commissioner, and maintain a notice in a common area of the building regarding the procedures that should be followed when a gas leak is suspected, 1st storyNov sent out

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Renter Recommendations

60% of renters recommend this building

60% of renters approve of this owner

Rents and Deposits

95% of renters received their security deposits back
It HAS NOT been reported if this building accepts electronic rent payments.

Reviews

Condescending Super Pretty Building

Former Tenant
Pros:
Pretty common areas, except for floor hallways.
Cons:
The Super was annoying to work with. He would deny issues existed. Our freezer would have sheets of ice at the bottom and eventually leak all over the floor. He refused to fix it/replace it. And said it’s something we should deal with.
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Nice building and nice staff

Former Tenant
Pros:
Everything is well kepts
Cons:
Elevator goes out every once in a while
Advice to owner:
Keep it up
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good clean building

Former Tenant
Pros:
quiet, well maintained. any issues arise they come to a solution/fix quickly.
Cons:
rent, try to squeeze as much as they can when you come to re-new.
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Lipstick on a pig

Former Tenant
Pros:
The building looks amazing at first pass through (but it’s not) and the location is great.
Cons:
Terrible terrible terrible management. I’ve been in nyc over a decade, worst building I’ve lived in! Barely clean. They try to sneak in charges all the time. The landlord is truly a bad person, nickel and dimes. Takes weeks for management to respond. I had to call a lawyer to email them to fix my broken heat! Highly recommend literally anywhere else.
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