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The Victory

561 Tenth Avenue, New York, NY, 10036
Rental Building in Midtown West
$$$ | Studio, 1, 2, 3 Bed
420 Units | 45 Floors | Built in 2001
Managed By Fetner Properties

Price

Studio $2,500 - $3,300
1 Bed $3,500 - $4,500
2 Bed $5,000 - $6,500
3 Bed $8,000 - $12,500

Broker Fee Savings

Studio $5,220
1 Bed $7,200
2 Bed $10,350
3 Bed $18,450

Building Amenities

No fee building1 No Fee Building
Doorman1 Doorman
Elevator1 Elevator(4)
Gym1 Gym
Laundry in building1 Laundry in Building
Live in super1 Live in super
Management company run1 Management Company Run
Roof deck1 Roof Deck

Subway

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2
86th St

4 min walk, 0.48 miles

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B
C
86th St

5 min walk, 0.4 miles

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3
96th St

7 min walk, 0.25 miles

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2
79th St

5 min walk, 0.39 miles

Building Reviews (11)

Anonymous1

Anonymous

Apr 25, 2018

Tenant:

Pros:

Pros: - Decent rent, marginally more sq. footage for the price- Turnaround for repairs is within the day- The doormen (Jason, Tom, Damian) are seriously the best!

Cons:

Cons: - Bathroom hardware is not pretty at all, and the sink design is awful.- Leasing office management & resident manager (the resident manager in particular is impossible to actually contact) are really rude- When the building staff need to enter the unit for repairs or service check-ups, they refuse to take off shoes (tracking in a lot of dust, germs, and dirt- seriously, why don't they just wear disposable booties???)Excited to be moving soon..

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Anonymous

Jan 14, 2018

Tenant:

Cons:

STAY AWAY AT ALL COSTS. The trashiest "luxury" building in NYC.I moved to the victory from Washington heights and feel safer there than in the victory. I brought numerous safety concerns up to management (including someone drugged out of their mind cornering me in my hallway trying to get into my apartment) never once was any email answered, acknowledged, etc. I have had construction workers walk into my apartment on MULTIPLE occasions for no reason at all. Aside from the fact that you wait for the elevators longer than you wait for an A train on the weekend during construction- you will also never be able to use the "amenities" you pay extra for. They close the roof on all holidays, and they started construction on the outdoor areas in MAY, so all summer, yep no outdoor space! Yet you still get to pay for it, cool!I paid over $8000 to break lease to get out of this hell hole. And even at move out they continued to berate me, disrespect me, and nickel and dime me for "scratches on the floor" which were actually dust. Ok.There are plenty of luxury buildings in the area that will treat you with respect. Please stay away from the victory. Especially if you have children. It is not safe, and no one cares about you or your wellbeing here.

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Anonymous

Jul 29, 2017

Tenant:

Cons:

I have lived in the Victory for several years, first in a G unit with a roommate and now in a B unit by myself.While the building is decent overall, with helpful doormen, I have been plagued by a leakage sound for the last 3 months in my apartment that the building is unable to diagnose or resolve,and that's drastically effecting my ability to continue living there.New residents should beware that this is is no longer a very new building and appears to have plumbing / construction issues, that their janitorial staff is unable to fully understand.

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Anonymous

May 29, 2017

Tenant:

Cons:

DO NOT MOVE TO THIS BUILDING. It is literally the worst decision ever. The only good thing about this building are the doormans Damian, Tom and Jason. The doorman Frank is terrible and bosses you around like he is your f**** father. Maintenance is HORRIBLE. Good luck getting in touch with Nestor the maintenance manager.. All he does is treat the maintenance people like sh** but he doesn't do anything for you as a tenant. They get into your house and dont let you know, they lock you out and they are so unresponsive. The apartments are completely overpriced. Horrible experience living here. Shady tenants because they offer low income families units for 500 bucks a month. Ive seen people break into the building, etc. Not renewing my lease and would break it short it I could. You pay for a luxury building but this is NOT luxury.

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Anonymous

May 07, 2017

Tenant:

Pros:

I have lived in The Victory for over 14 years! My first and only apt in NYC. This building is great! Through my many years I have been well treated and taken care of by the team at the concierge desk, the maintenance team, porters, building services and the leasing office. Hell's Kitchen has changed so much in 14 years but if you can get past the traffic noise from the tunnel, the tourists and the ongoing construction, it's the place to be! The Victory has done a great job in keep up with the surrounding competition and has made many improvements and renovations to our common areas. Location is perfect! 7 min walk to the A C E or 7 min walk west to the river!The concierge team are amazing. Very helpful with packages coming in or going out - even help you carry that large box into the elevator! They are very accommodating and compassionate, not to mention excellent at security. I feel very safe here! As in any apartment, things break and by simply submitting a maintenance request online (super easy) the repair is addressed right away. The maintenance team are so polite and respectful of your apt while making the repair. Of course no building is without that awful neighbor and building services and management have addressed my issues. The building is super clean - hallways are kept clean, trash/recycle rooms emptied a few times a day and all common areas are taken care of throughout the day and night. Renewing my lease over the years has also been a hassle free experience. The Victory cares about its residents and will go over and above to ensure you have a safe and comfortably home environment.

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Anonymous

Mar 13, 2017

Tenant:

Cons:

Worst rental ever. Management is terrible and does not accommodate its tenants at all. Their gym was under construction for 4 months and when they installed new key cards it wouldn't read mine or most people's cards and we had to re-register multiple times. People would stand outside the facility frustrated because they didn't have access to the gym that they paid for!!! The gym equipment is wobbly and unsafe to use half the time. And Dan Raskin in the leasing office - the worst. He's so unhelpful and doesn't answer emails in a timely manner until you hound him. I don't know how he has held this job down. Can't even do it right. The building is also overpriced and exceeds market value. Move to one of the newer buildings in the area with better management , facilities and apartments which I have checked out. Do yourself a favor and don't rent here!

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Anonymous

Jul 06, 2016

Tenant:

Cons:

I hate this apartment building! I paid for a gym membership and the gym was under construction for 4 months so did not get to use it at all during construction. Also they did not provide an alternative even though it was paid up for the full 12 months. WE ALSO GOT BURGLED in May! Someone came into our place while we were sleeping and stole my wallet and laptop from the kitchen counter. We asked for the video surveillance from the night and the building manager refused to give it to us. I think the building is mismanaged in general -- but was shocked by the utter lack of cooperation. Stay away from this building! There are plenty other nice ones in the area-- right next door for example and across the street above the Yotel. The area is very loud, cars honking, sirens and construction have made us lose sleep on many nights.

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Anonymous

Apr 26, 2016

Tenant:

Pros:

Lived here for a year. Loved it! About 12 mins walk to the ACE but you can always take the crosstown bus to the ACE station for 42nd or to the east side. The doormen are very friendly and the handymen usually fixed everything in your apartment in a timely manner. Everything is done electronically.

Cons:

The only con is it took them about 2 months to give me my deposit back...and the leasing office is not very friendly

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Anonymous

Jan 03, 2016

Tenant:

Pros:

I love this apartment and I'm so sad to leave!!! I don't understand the bad reviews at all... This place is such a gem compared to other overpriced crap in NYC. The staff is so awesome and quick to help, the unit and windows are so beautiful that now I'm spoiled looking for new apartments. The rent was unfortunately very high, but compared to the other apartments I was viewing, it was well worth a couple hundred dollars more to not be living in somebody's closet. Also, there was no broker fee AND it was rent stabilized, which is a very rare find in Manhattan. Overall, I wish I could stay and I'm sooo glad I spent some extra money on this!

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Anonymous

Oct 18, 2015

Tenant:

Pros:

I've lived here for over a year, and I'm in love with it. I'm not sure what's with all the negative reviews. It's expensive, but you get what you pay for. That said, I'm not sure I'll stay another year though after the building next to us is finished, as it's very close and takes away from the view.The front desk guys are top notch. They are very careful to call out to anyone walking through who may not live there, which makes you feel safe. You can grab a key if you forget yours, or you can leave instructions to give a key to your cleaning lady, or to friends coming into town for the weekend. The leasing office is incredibly responsive. Rebecca always emails back within the day, and is very kind and helpful. The common areas are always clean (trash/recycling emptied multiple times a day, always waxing the floors, etc.), and the staff that handles that is always polite and happy. If you put in a service request, it's handled by the end of the day (and they don't charge for things other buildings do, like unclogging drains and toilets). The handymen are so wonderful, and fluent in English, which is a huge plus.The apartment itself is super nice. It's basically sound-proof, and you only hear something from above you if they drop something really heavy (I think I've heard the people above me 3X in 1+ year). You never hear people in the apartment next to you, unless you're walking in the hallway and can hear them through their front door. It's so quiet I forget I live in such a large building.

Cons:

Cons: The gym could use some updating and overall "brightening up," but you don't have to pay for it if you don't want to (it's $400 for the year, and includes access to the terrace and lounge). The rooftop could also use something a little nicer- some plants, better chairs, etc. Also, the laundry is a bit on the high side ($2.75 to wash, $2.50 to dry), but at least it's in the building.Overall, I love it here. It's a shame another building went up so close, and I know there's nothing anyone at The Victory can do about it, except for lowering prices accordingly (which I hope they do).

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Anonymous

Jul 20, 2015

Tenant:

Pros:

I've lived in The Victory for several years and have nothing but wonderful things to say about it. The building's staff is not only accommodating, but incredibly warm and genuine. In a city that can be incredibly volatile, walking in the lobby to a smile and a cheerful greeting can make all the difference in the world. I feel like I've genuinely joined a community. I've found the building to be meticulously taken care of and any problem that arises is handled promptly and with care. The amenities have been not only well kept but upgraded in my years of living here (an entirely new laundry room and seating deck). The doormen, handymen and porters all make an effort to know the residents by name, and have been a joy to interact with. Living at The Victory has truly been a privilege and made my life better in so many ways. If you're looking for a place in midtown don't hesitate to stop by The Victory. It will forever be my favorite spot.