There are clusters of apartment complexes all throughout NYC. In order to categorize buildings as apart of an apartment complex in NYC, the requirements are as follows:
- Only rental buildings.
- No condos or coops.
- Complexes have to have a handful of buildings that are similar in architecture or share common areas. That 'complex' feel.
- At transparentcity.co, we focus on no broker fee buildings that have a public facing website so each complex must have a url.
- Buildings do NOT need to be tall. We found a handful of walk up clusters together all owned by the same property manager
Sullivan Mews | Manhattan Skyline | 7 Buildings
Manhattan East (Btwn 2nd and 3rd) | Manhattan Skyline | 10 Buildings
East 89th Street (Btwn 2nd and 3rd) | Solil Management | 12 Buildings
East 81st and 82nd Street (Btwn 1st and 2nd) | Eberhart | 16 Buildings
96th Street Townhouses (Btwn Park and Lex) | Algin | 7 Buildings
East 78th and 79th Street (Btwn York and East End) | SW Management | 25 Buildings
West 83rd Street (At Amsterdam) | Aimco | 8 Buildings
Dunbar Apartments 149 and 150 (Btwn Fred Douglass and Adam Clayton) | GFB Management | 10 Buildings
Waterside Plaza | Kips Bay | Brookfield | 4 Buildings
Gateway Plaza | Battery Park City | LeFrak | 6 Buildings
London Terrace Gardens | Chelsea | Rose | 10 Buildings
Savoy Park | Harlem | GFB Management | 7 Buildings
Lenox Terrace | Harlem | Olnick | 6 Buildings
Park West Village | Upper West Side | PWV | 3 Buildings
Columbus Square | Upper West Side | UDR | 5 Buildings
Kips Bay Court | Kips Bay | Blackstone | 8 Buildings
Stuytown | The mother load of apartment complexes in nyc. There are too buildings to count