Christopher Alker

2 Properties

233 Units


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 0 violations which is 0 violations per unit for their entire portfolio.
That is better than the city average, which is 0.59 violations per unit.
0Class A
Non-Hazardous violations (i.e. no peephole on a door, or no street # on the building)
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0Class B
Hazardous violations (i.e. smoke detector issues, inadequate lighting)
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0Class C
Immediately Hazardous (i.e. rodents, inadequate heat or hot water)
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Approval DateDescriptionCurrent Status
There is no record of violation for class A

Properties (2)

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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.


Not up to par for a doorman building

Former Tenant
The doormen were courteous people.
My tap water was brown for the entire term of my lease. When running the water, it would come out brown from the kitchen sink about 25% of the time, making it unfit to drink. I submitted complaints to 311. They responded to the complaints that they flushed the main fire hydrants nearby, but the problem persisted. I assume it has more to do with old and rusty water pipes. The building has a clothes moths problem. They live in the air ducts and were resident to my unit. This problem was not fixed, addressed, or taken seriously by the landlord or management. I also complained about my extremely old AC/heater unit, which made very loud and disruptive sounds, keeping me awake at night. This was not addressed by management. Overall, it's also a loud area to live in, especially if you face 3rd avenue. I found that I was sleeping with ear plugs in most of the time considering the traffic noise and heater problems.

New York City Living

Former Tenant
Location, cleanliness, well staffed
Dated systems, no outdoor space.
Advice to owner:
Update systems, create an outdoor space, offer amenities.