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90W

90 Washington Street, New York, NY, 10006
Rental Building in Financial District
$$$ | Studio, 1, 2, 3 Bed
400 Units | 27 Floors | Built in 1969
Managed By Moinian Group

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(7)
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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Rector St

4 min walk, 0.3 miles

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Rector St

6 min walk, 0.31 miles

4
5
Wall St

7 min walk, 0.35 miles

4
5
Bowling Green

4 min walk, 0.13 miles

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Broad St

4 min walk, 0.33 miles

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Cortlandt St

6 min walk, 0.29 miles

Building Reviews (11)

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Anonymous

May 17, 2018

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DANGEROUS TENANTS IDENTIFIED BY NYPD AS "AN IMMINENT THREAT TO TENANT SAFETY" - BUILDING WONT EVICT THEM. I have been harassed by the tenant next door for 10 months. The NYPD filed 4 harassment complaints against him including attempted robbery. The police had to come to the building numerous times after the tenant violently confronted me (I am a female and he is a male) and attempted to break into my apartment.The police informed management he was unstable and "an imminent threat to tenant safety." The building refused to acknowledge the police warning that they needed to evict the tenant.The harassment has included multiple instances of him screaming violently in my face while under the influence of narcotics, banging violently on my walls several times a day, chasing me down the hallways, leaving numerous ransom notes on my door, incessantly ringing my doorbell at all hours of the night, leaving dead flowers at my doorstep, leaving dead balloons tied to my door, tampering with my laundry, programming his Amazon Echo to yell at me through the wall, blasting music from 2am-7am several days a week, drilling in the middle of the night, yelling bizarre sex noises, screaming threats through the wall/window (witnessed by the NYPD), setting his alarm clock to go off from 5am-7am 6 days a week at a pitch that can be heard across the entire floor (witnessed by building maintenance), keeping a dog in his apartment that barks incessantly for 7-10 hours a day, demanding money from me (I don't owe him money, have never borrowed money, I've never even had a conversation or interaction with him, I don't know him at all aside from the harassment interactions), barricading me in my apartment, threatening me for reporting his conduct to management and the police, and ignoring dozens of warnings from the police and management to cease harassing me, etc. The building refuses to handle any security issues so if you are harassed/attacked they won't intervene, they just tell you to call the police.The tenant also has a dog that barks for 10-12 hours day every single day since December 2017.I sent management recordings of the dog to show the noise violation. Despite the fact that he isn't allowed to have a dog, the dog is still here and can be heard across the entire floor.I wrote hundreds of emails to management about my grave concerns for my safety and the incessant dog barking. They said they would evict him in October 2017 and it is now May 2018 and he hasn't even had an eviction court date yet. I had an attorney contact them multiple times. The property manager finally acknowledged that I could withhold rent until he was evicted, THEN with no warning whatsoever, the building filed a Nonpayment Petition against me - so they can evict me and not have to deal with evicting the dangerous harassing neighbor. They claimed I owed months of rent that were already paid and told the judge that there wasn't proof I was harassed (there are 4 formal harassment complaints against him issued by the NYPD as well as documented evidence like the ransom notes he left on my door).They are trying to sue me for money I paid and refuse to renew my lease. The property manager told me I'd be able to extend it, then again, with no warning I found out that they are refusing.The property manager who told me I could withhold rent and extend my lease mysteriously left the company and management did not inform any tenants. There is now no contact to talk to about any building issues. There are many other issues, but I've hit the word limit. Don't do it. It's a nightmare.

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Anonymous

Apr 02, 2018

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The only good thing about this building is the staff. Maintenance guys are good, front desk guys are awesome especially the tall young guy working the afternoons. Very nice and very helpful.

Cons:

The building isn't so great, management sucks, amenities are half working. Wouldn't recommend anyone living there.

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Anonymous

Feb 01, 2018

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I've lived here for over 3 years and overall it's a great building for the price range on the units. Pros: -super friendly and helpful staff in the building.-fast and timely repairs for maintenance requests.-valet service for handling packages and laundry (Jess is awesome).-relatively quiet location at night time compared to other areas of NYC.-extremely helpful management (Robert is the best, I wish he was around the whole time I've lived here).

Cons:

Cons: -the roof-deck has not been open for over 3 years and I was promised it would be open 2 months after moving in (3 years ago). One of the main reasons I chose this building originally was for the roof-deck. -the outside of the building has been a stand-still construction zone for 3 years. Nextdoor they built an entire skyscraper in less time than it's taking to put up new siding on 90W. It would be nice to receive updates from management about the project. Even if the news isn't good, it would be nice to hear about it so we know what's taking so long and why the work has completely stopped for months with no progress. -the bar downstairs can be loud at night.-units don't have laundry inside, this isn't a deal breaker for me but most of the newer buildings are starting to offer this. -my apartment didn't get the new hardwood floors that I see them installing in other units. It would be nice if there was a way for them to offer these upgrades to existing tenants. Overall, if you're ok with the building having a never-ending construction project outside and the roof-deck not being open then this is a great place to live, as long as they keep the rent at a reasonable rate too!P.S. a tip to all of the other tenants writing bad reviews... it seems to me you must not be communicating with the building staff properly about a lot of your issues because when I file a maintenance request they've been extremely timely with fixing things for the past 3 years. You have to be realistic with things like this, things break and take a little time to fix, but they can't fix them if you don't communicate properly and file a maintenance request online (it takes 1 minute). I find if you try to be nice and work with folks that you're able to get what you need, but if you just complain and make their lives more difficult you'll be last on their list :)*I'll make this a 5 star review when the construction is done and roof-deck opens!

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Anonymous

Aug 21, 2017

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I understand the horrible review this place has and up until recently I woulf be inclined to agree. However, there has been a change in management with a much friendlier approach and it is worth mentioning that they sincerely tey to work with you and are trying to remedy the current issues with the building. With the change in management I will say that my experience here has inproved tremendously. It is true, though, that the exterior improvements of the building have been ongoing for some time and seem to have no end in sight. Though frustrating and unsightly the poor construction performance is in no way an indication of the management of this building and I am happy to call this place home now and for the forseeable future.

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Anonymous

May 16, 2017

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Update 8/19: The building must have a deal with a college, Kings College had a table with welcome packages and lanyards welcoming college students moving into the building on the service entry side, there's definitely a floor in this building that's set up as dorms. Brokers should disclose this to adults moving into this building! Side note: there are a few new incredibly nice doormen ----------TL;DR: Don't live here. You can EASILY find ACTUAL luxury buildings nearby and pay the same. Construction IS NEVER ENDING NO MATTER WHAT THEY TELL YOU. This building is NOT a luxury building, they 100% can't afford to maintain this building, it's a glorified college dorm.I currently live here. It's awful. I don't write Yelp reviews, but I'm writing before you get suckered like me. I've been living here for 9-months now and stuck in a 2-yr lease. First, the third party broker was a complete mess and I would 100% never work with them again, completely swindled and lied to about this building. The rooftop (no matter what the broker says 'don't worry about the Yelp reviews, management changed, etc') will not be completed in 2017 or 2018. It's a complete lie! I was told by the broker it would be done by November 2016 with trees added to the sidewalks, etc. My neighbor told me yesterday she found an official 'stop order' on the construction of this building! The window ledge outside of my window is not even completed and missing a piece of construction, I can see the pink insulation exposed on my window ledge, it's so trashy looking. There is a constant set of ropes that run from the bottom of the building to the top of the building that are visible in the window (not a huge minus but when you account for all the misconstruction occurring, it just adds on top). The building in construction next to 90W has gone through quicker construction than 90W in the months I've been here. The scaffolding only gets annoying because you know the construction is not moving. I've never been bothered by the noise but that's probably because they haven't been working on the building (a plus?). I NEVER see anyone working on 90W and they most likely have moved all efforts to the next door building which is absolutely beautiful.The elevator that serves floors 12-26+ floors has been broken for 1-month with no end in sight. I've asked when it will be fixed, they keep asking me to ask someone else. This place is a glorified college dorm, swarming with students. There are SEVERAL apartments turned into college dorms, the place is overrun with college kids and airbnbs (even though airbnb listings are illegal), there is a very strong transient feeling in the building. I try to not make eye-contact with day-time doorman. He is so rude to me, my guests (since day one), and any and every interaction I've had with him since day one. I've complained to management, but at this point, I already feel so uncomfortable interacting with him -- I try to avoid any contact with him because it's been such bad interactions. It's awful as a woman living here to experience this aggression from a man at the front desk of the building.**The night doormen (there are a few different ones) are really nice! I have zero complaints about them. The woman who vacuums the floors and the younger man who takes out the garbage are really kind. The new valet team is also really nice/friendly. This group is the one redeeming part of the "service" of the building.**The gym is a big veneer, don't be fooled by a building with a gym. Currently paying $30 per month, my neighbors are being asked to pay $50 per month. The pool tables don't have proper tips and are completely flattened. The pool table pockets have bumpers around them and are off the frame so you couldn't sink an actual ball into the pocket since the pockets are shifted and will bump your ball out, but it doesn't matter since your pool cue tips are flat with no actual tip. The vending machine (while no one uses it) has been empty for months. The laundry is $3.25-$3.75 per wash load, $3.25 per dryer load. Laundry IS EXPENSIVE. I will admit, I have a GREAT view of the water (which is keeping me sane). Walls are pretty thin. This didn't bother me as much, but I could hear my neighbors conversations when I was cooking in my kitchen. On the weekends, I can hear my neighbors binge fest of Sex and the City and Friends (again, didn't bother me as much, but 100% can see how that is annoying). The showers in the morning, during a weekday anywhere between 7am-9am, on any given weekday, I would have to turn the water handle all the way to the right just to get a decent, warm shower (not hot shower) -- I don't know if it's old plumbing or overcrowded 'dormitory-style' apartments.Now I'm really noticing this in my apartment, but the paint job here was BAAAAD. I can see white paint marks on the black kitchen stove, over the edge of the floors, the outlets, etc. like they didn't tape up the edges to paint. Super annoying.

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Anonymous

Apr 29, 2016

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I want to give this apartment no stars because it sucks that bad. I moved in here February excited thinking about how beautiful the building is. I am regretting everything. I know Yelp always has some bad reviews but after reading all the reviews on here everything is true! Everyone that works here is nasty!!!! Their attitude is disgusting . I am getting harassed 24/7 from staff like I'm in a prison where I am restricted from doing things. Whenever I order large items I get told I can't take it upstairs because I didn't reserve the fray elevator . Even durring the day when it is dead no one is using the fray elevator I still get told I can't use it without calling management who never answers the phone. Oh even when we do get permission the building manager harasses us and asks us 50 questions even when told him we already spoke to management he still doesn't care and rolls his his and stares us down on purpose to make us feel uncomfortable . The delivery guy witnessed it with me and gave me his card as a witness and told me he couldn't believe how they treat us here . The gym machines are always broken btw

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Anonymous

Apr 27, 2016

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Worst apartment building I've lived in so far in NYC. Lived here for 2 years, management turned over 2-3 times and the level of incompetence was astounding each time. The list of issues would take days to write, so here are some highlights:- it took us NINE MONTHS to get our security deposit back. Management consistently never answered emails or returned calls so I had to threaten to file a claim with the New York Attorney General before we finally received a check in the mail-In the 2 years I lived there, the patio that was "under construction" was never complete, and still isn't. Non stop construction on the sides of the building-Laundry card machine was out for MONTHS and they instructed we go to a building down the street to fill up our cards -Charged $150 to unlock the door becuase they claimed they have no master key. They also charged $75 for ONE LIGHTBULB that was out when we moved out-Thinnest walls in the history of walls. So thin that I knew my neighbor watched The Office every night at 2AM-There were several months where management charged us $400 electric in error, and it took months for them to finally adjust it on our account. This only occurred because we called them out on it and were relentless with following up with themI never write yelp reviews but feel that any warning I can give to prospective tenants is warranted.

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Anonymous

Jan 14, 2016

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Don't be fooled by the nice lobby. Listen to the other reviews. Loud construction every morning working on the roof deck that never opened. Horribly greedy management. They nickle and dimed us for so much off of our security deposit when we moved out. The worst being $100 for a circular-shaped damaged part of the floor that was already there when we moved in! Stuff like that is supposed to caught and noted in your initial walkthrough so you're not docked for it, but lo and behold, it magically wasn't in the records when they checked. Whether it was incompetence that made them miss it, or they wiped it on purpose to squeeze more money out of us, either way, stay away.

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Anonymous

May 17, 2015

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The only good part about it is Rolando the doorman!

Cons:

The construction was never ending and woke me up every morning including weekends at 8am. It sounded like they were in my living room and I constantly saw workers in my bedroom window - had to leave my blinds closed ALL DAY LONG. The walls are paper thin. The management is a wreck to deal with, non-responsive, ignorant, and very rude. When they know they're wrong they just ignore you instead of apologize.

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Anonymous

Apr 29, 2015

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This management company is by far the worst ive ever had to deal with. Please beware before giving them your money. Rent was raised by almost 700 dollars. Ridiculous especially considering the roof which was promised to be open a month after I moved in, is still not open after a year. Gym doesnt work. Even the damn laundry card machine doesnt work. Foolishness! So glad I'm out of this place by at the end of the month.

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Anonymous

Mar 04, 2015

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garbage. Just there to get suckers who are new to new york city. Management never, ever returns calls or picks up their phone. Try them right now, call and press 1 for management and see who answers your phone call. haha you'll be calling for weeks and months.