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7 min walk, 0.45 miles
4 min walk, 0.36 miles
3 min walk, 0.29 miles
8 min walk, 0.36 miles
3 min walk, 0.33 miles
5 min walk, 0.46 miles
11 Waverly Place
New York, NY 10003
b/t Mercer Street & Greene Street
Monday 9 AM-7 PM
Tuesday 9 AM-7 PM
Wednesday 9 AM-7 PM
Thursday 9 AM-7 PM
Friday 9 AM-7 PM
Yes. We suggest you consider one of our multi-bedroom shares. If you find a roommate you might be able to save even more with an apartment that is designated to share with total privacy.
That varies from building to building. We have certain properties in which neither electric nor gas is included and we have properties in which a flat-rate utility charge is required. Please ask our leasing specialists about utilities in the building you are interested in.
A short-term lease is a lease for less than one year and it is accompanied by a "vacate letter" that authorizes us to show the apartment. In this case, we do not remove your apartment from our list of available apartments. Instead, we move the date of availability forward to the day following the expiration of your initial lease term. Your apartment will be available to anyone who wishes to rent it on that day. Your ability to extend or renew the term will always be subject to availability and market conditions, so we encourage you to renew or extend as early as possible.
If you have a short-term lease, it may be smart to rent furniture instead of buying it. Any of our units can be furnished by renting furniture from a reliable furniture rental company. In the past, customers have worked with Churchill Living, CORT, and AFR Furniture Rental successfully. Typically furniture can be selected online or in person at the showrooms of established furniture rental companies -- so don't worry about ending up with a house filled with stuff you don't like.
We also offer tastefully furnished apartments, making move-in quick and easy - just bring your suitcase!
We try to keep our listings as complete and up-to-date as possible. If you know you'll be moving some months in the future and you don't see apartments for your preferred date of occupancy listed yet, contact us. We may be aware of apartments that will become available in the future but are not yet posted. And keep checking the site as we get closer to your date!
You must fill out the application form completely and be prepared to show us a government-issued photo ID (driver's license of ID) or passport. We will also need your social security number and your bank information. See the "Steps for Submitting Application" section on the third page of the application.
Each person must fill out an application and provide us with a separate Guarantor. Once the applications are approved, all occupants must sign the lease for the apartment.
Yes. Many of our tenants are from foreign countries. We will still require a guarantor and may require prepaid rent depending on your particular circumstance.
Yes. Many of our tenants are students from colleges throughout NYC.
That's okay. Just tell us where you've been living on your application.
Yes, but your Guarantor must have excellent credit and sufficient resources to cover your rent if you are unable to do so.
A Guarantor is someone who agrees to be equally responsible for all of the terms of your lease. The Guarantor is asked to step in should you be unable to handle your affairs, fail to pay the rent, or violate the terms of your lease. Each applicant must have a Guarantor.
A guarantor is only required if the applicant cannot show that they make 40x the rent of their chosen unit in their annual salary. Guarantors must show that they make 80x the rent of the chosen unit.
Yes, you will still be required to apply with a guarantor if the applicant cannot show that they make 40x the rent of their chosen unit in their annual salary.
In case you are unable, for any reason, to fulfill the terms of your lease, a Guarantor can step in and handle your affairs. For example, if you were to become sick or incapacitated, a Guarantor would be called upon to look after your apartment, carry out your responsibilities under the lease or wind down your affairs and return the apartment to us in a legal fashion.
Most often a parent acts as a guarantor. Relatives, employers, or associates who have excellent financial statements, excellent credit and agree to pay the rent if you are unable, can also qualify.
Sure. If you've established a good track record with us, we are happy to move you to one of our other apartments and keep you as a tenant.
This is handled on a pet-by-pet basis. Pets will be interviewed along with the applicant to determine if the animal can conduct itself properly. At any time we can ask you to remove your pet if its conduct is deemed objectionable.
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