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1627 Park Avenue

1627 Park Avenue, New York, NY, 10029
Rental Building in East Harlem
20 Units | 6 Floors | Built in 1920

Building Amenities

Elevator1 Elevator(1)
Laundry in building1 Laundry in Building

Subway

4
6
116th St

5 min walk, 0.28 miles

4
6
110th St

4 min walk, 0.37 miles

2
3
116th St

2 min walk, 0.21 miles

2
3
Central Park North (110th St)

4 min walk, 0.45 miles

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5
6
125th St

5 min walk, 0.41 miles

Building Reviews (4)

Anonymous1

Anonymous

Apr 28, 2018

Tenant:

Cons:

AVOID AT ALL COSTAt the end of your lease they will charge you even if you paint the apartment the $800 Fee. This company will also never pay you the interest on your security deposit because that's what they do. The sounds for the train are bearable with time but LA MARQUETA is the most annoying thing ever created. Summer weekends suck at that building!

Anonymous1

Anonymous

Nov 06, 2016

Tenant:

Cons:

Can vouch for Rene C.Was charged $800 for not painting my apartment. What kind of management company requires their tenants to do their dirty maintenance work for them? This is an unheard of request by management. More info for the curious: the doors are made of thin sheet metal. The tenants are loud. The hallways are 90% marble, so you can here everything that anyone is doing on any floor at any time. Weekends in the summer are painful if your windows face Park Ave. There is (ungodly) loud music all day Sat and Sun. And the construction on the opposite side is killer as well. The only good part of my experience there was the super, Jose. Really hard worker and great guy.I paid $1600/month earlier this year, but I'm sure it's up to $1800 now...fresh paint tho.

Anonymous1

Anonymous

Jul 08, 2016

Tenant:

Cons:

Beware this property management company. They effectively force you to accept that you will never get your deposit back. And they usually ask for 2 months deposit! They call it a rider which nullifies the NY State law about not being able to charge you for "reasonable wear and tear". You give up your legal rights and they are then able to claim your entire deposit to paint or make ready for the next tenant when you move. Couple that with misappropriation of electricity and you know something is not right with this place.

Anonymous1

Anonymous

Feb 05, 2015

Tenant:

Pros:

Pros: 1) It's safe2) The marble lobby is pretty in photos.3) The train is right around the corner, laundrymat and supermarket are up the blockI just wanted to write this warning but I genuinely regret putting down a security deposit on this place without doing proper research first. It was my first apartment and I made a mistake.

Cons:

This company owns/manages an apartment building on the corner of 115th and park. The old owners were great the apartment was always kept clean, beautifully decorated and they were reasonable. This wasn't enough to ignore the issues I outline below but it made it tolerable.1)The train is VERY loud. You will not get use to it and it seems like there is a train passing every few minutes. Couple this with police sirens and say goodbye to good sleep2) You're paying high rent to live across the street from housing projects. The projects are not dangerous at all but at the end of the day compare your rent costs to your location.3) In the summer time there are constantly obnoxiously loud concerts at La Marqueta on the weekends. Occasionally they will also have these concerts during the week. 4) Please note that water is not included in your rent and you are responsible to repair anything that goes wrong in your apartment even if it's not your fault. Leaky faucet? That's your issue4) I suspect that there is something odd about the electric wiring in this building. I lived with my boyfriend for a while before moving here and electric would cost maybe $70/month. When I lived with my parents electric for a 4 bedroom HOUSE was $350. Here my bill is always over $150, please note that I do not have a TV or an AC. My apartment is small and we rarely turn on the lights. I suspect the wiring is misappropriated, which is what ConEd suggested. 5) With the new owners, the hallways are no longer kept impeccably clean. If someone spills something, it'll stay there for a few days.6) While the hallways are made of marble, the actual apartment is made of cheap flimsy material. About the immediate area:1) Get use to walking over pitbull feces (or in it if you're not careful)2) There isn't much to do in the area. It is not like West Harlem, though you're paying West Harlem prices.