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George Washington Apartments

67-66 108th Street, Forest Hills, NY, 11375
Coop Building in Forest Hills
204 Units | 6 Floors | Built in 1949

Building Amenities

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3 min walk, 0.28 miles

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Forest Hills - 71st Av

3 min walk, 0.34 miles

Building Reviews (4)

Anonymous1 e2aedd6914f0dfdba2908a97845921571ca79aa87d0c092c8da4a55b9c63a22a

Anonymous

Apr 15, 2017

Tenant:

Pros:

Excellent, well-constructed building, well managed, with a very conscientious and courteous staff, including 24-hour doorman and valet-parking basement garage spaces available at a very reasonable additional charge. I have lived here 15 years and have been impressed with the care with which the staff do their jobs. The building is clean and any maintenance issues are always quickly addressed. We have had only one very small and temporary assessment, incorporated into the monthly maintenance fee rather than charged all at once, to cover a fuel price surge. Maintenance increases have been modest and do not occur every year. Regular upgrades such as a new roof, refurbished elevators, new hall carpet, new gym, refurbished front entrance and landscaping, and a planned lobby refurbishment, have all been paid for out of a carefully managed contingency fund, with no additional cost to shareholders. (The information in the earlier review is factually incorrect.) The building is in PS 196, a good school district, and is a good building in which to buy a home and raise a family.

Anonymous1 e2aedd6914f0dfdba2908a97845921571ca79aa87d0c092c8da4a55b9c63a22a

Anonymous

May 29, 2016

Tenant:

Pros:

The building staff is terrific, they are very helpful and go out of their way to help with packages and help people with kids, elderly, etc. The building is beautifully maintained and extremely clean. We have new elevators, a new roof, a new front garden, and the balconies and façade have all been renovated in the past 5 years. The board keeps things running and running well, and property values are excellent, based on neighborhood comparisons. I enjoy living here very much.

Anonymous1 e2aedd6914f0dfdba2908a97845921571ca79aa87d0c092c8da4a55b9c63a22a

Anonymous

May 08, 2015

Tenant:

Pros:

I lived in this building before moving to Woodside after getting married. Besides being beautiful. It has a gym, valet parking garage and laundry in building. The staff are amazing and everyone is wonderful in building. A mix of families and single people. It was a wonderful place to live. Oh and I love my neighbors upstairs and downstairs! - that has never been the case for me in the past.

Anonymous1 e2aedd6914f0dfdba2908a97845921571ca79aa87d0c092c8da4a55b9c63a22a

Anonymous

Jan 24, 2015

Tenant:

Pros:

A past life of living in this building as a shareholder has enlightened me to learn about the operations of cooperative real estate industry. Built in 1949, post-war era, this mid-rise elevator brick building is six stories tall and contains 204 apartments broken into four sections (A, B, C, D). Its property managed by Kenneth L. of John B Lovett since 2006. This cooperative apartment building was named after George Washington, the first U.S. President. Prior to 2006 it was managed by Century Management. Since this is a co-op, each unit is owned by individual owners (cooperative shareholders). The façade has greatly deteriorated through the years as noted by balconies in a very dilapidated state. Amenities include, but not limited to:* 24 hour door man on rotating shifts* Washing machine and dryers amenities on-site* Sit down lobby* Intercom system for shareholders to communicate with doorman* One elevator for each section (A, B, C, D)* Stairs for each section (A, B, C, D)* Live-in Superintendent* TV cable and internet equipped - Time Warner* Paid gym* On-site parking garage (eternity long waiting list)

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Management plaguing problems surface through the years with lack of communication with shareholders and board, no definitive resolution to fix problems throughout the building as the waiting list for remedies is an eternity. No sense of community wholeness for all 204 shareholders as it depresses me to live in a "fend for yourself" world. Co-op board constantly increase monthly maintenance fee at least 5% two times per year for non-resolve ongoing issues voiced at senseless meetings. The George Washington building was MY former home!!