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110 Green Street

110 Green Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11222
Rental Building in Greenpoint
$$ | 1, 2 Bed
130 Units | 6 Floors | Built in 2008
Managed By World Wide Group

Building Amenities

No fee building1 No Fee Building
Doorman1 Doorman
Elevator1 Elevator(2)
Gym1 Gym
Laundry in building1 Laundry in Building
Live in super1 Live in super
Management company run1 Management Company Run
Swimming pool1 Swimming Pool

Price

1 Bed $2,500 - $3,500
2 Bed $3,500 - $5,000

Broker Fee Savings

1 Bed $3,600
2 Bed $5,100

Subway

G
Greenpoint Ave

4 min walk, 0.36 miles

Building Reviews (7)

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Anonymous

Apr 04, 2018

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I'm surprised by the super negative reviews. I've lived here for almost a year and a half, and have had a pretty pleasant experience. Max, the super, is super helpful and responsive. The new management seems to have it together and generally addresses things quickly. I love my apartment and consider our south facing balcony a little "oasis" of sorts. Plus, the redone lobby is beautiful. And, I've definitely forgotten to pay my rent on the 1st once or twice and was never charged interest, so no clue what that other review is talking about.Pros:-Study area with wifi (chic decor)-Friendly door staff-Responsive management-Pet friendly-Large/nice work out room-Roof top with great views

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Cons:-Children (could also be a pro, if that's your jam). Parents really let them run wild in the atrium area, which is set up to be a coworking/lounge space. There is a children's room adjacent to the atrium, so the whole situation is strange.-The sauna and steam room don't seem to be cleaned as often as they should be

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Anonymous

Feb 18, 2018

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If I could not give a star, that is what I would do. And I'm writing this review, because I wish I had read and respected all the other reviews posted here. I had sent a message through StreetEasy and received an email at 11:16am saying that we could come at 4pm today or on Thursday. I wrote back at 12:45pm that we can come today. We arrived at 3:45pm--was going to check out the area, but the weather wasn't good, so came inside sooner--, and waited till 4:22pm. The doorman, who was there the whole time aware that we were waiting to see an apartment, left his desk "to see if anyone is there," came back and said there's no one in the leasing office. And he offered a business card, that has the information I could get on my phone half an hour earlier. Then after I had sent an e-mail saying that this was highly unprofessional and inconvenient, I received the following:Our email has been down almost the whole day and we didn't notice that youhad confirmed for today. We apologize for this inconvenience. Did thefront desk give you a card with our phone number?Again, we apologize for the inconvenience. We will be showing again thisnext Thursday 3:00-6:00pm. Please let us know if you are available at anyof these hours.Best,110 Green StThe reality is that I was there with my husband and our 9-month-old son. If anyone has a young family one would understand that it takes time, planning, and effort to get anywhere on time. Then to wait 37 minus 15 minutes (since we were early) is also a lot of work. Then to not be able to see anything or get anything done is beyond annoying. We live in one of those "luxury rentals," where you pay a lot of money for all these amenities. Your dryer will not turn on one day, your oven doesn't heat up, your A/C makes strange noise, and one of the treadmills will come to halt at minute 26 when you just wanted to get a half an hour run and get the miles in. We notify our front desk people and they're more responsive than I would want them to be and fix the problems quicker than I ask. I guess that's what you pay for... Or not in some cases. We were looking around a bit more, because we need a bigger place with a growing family and was hoping we might find a place that we don't have to pay as much, but this is certainly not the place we would move to. And I wanted others to know what I didn't know.

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Anonymous

May 04, 2017

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They sell this place as a high end living experience, and the potential is there, don't get me wrong, but... The appliances are trash, they tell you that you have central AC, BUT what they don't tell you is that THEY control they schedule as to when the boilers or the cooling machines are working. So... I have central A/C, but I can't use it unless you allow me to? What kinda nonsense is that? They will tell you that all the appliances are "high-end", but they suck because they will move you into a unit with broken dishwashers, tiny washers and dryers if you're lucky enough to get a spot with units in them, or else you will have the hook ups available, but then they want to surcharge you to install your own units or may even outright prohibit the installation of your own units. They will tell you that the "market rate" rent is higher than what you can get today because of some tax write off they got, but the truth is, this place ain't worth the price per square foot after all is said and done. I have lived in two apartments here over the course of 3 years, and I thought I was picking the lesser of two evils compared to the rates of nearby apartments, but I was wrong. This place is overpriced and under-managed. Oh! And, if you're late on rent by like a day, they charge interest on your electric bill as well as the rent. The way they manage their books is also messed up.

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Anonymous

Feb 24, 2016

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Don't move here!! The pictures are poorly representative of the broken down facilities and unacceptable maintenance. My leg once literally broke through the floor at poolside and the staff did not seem surprised. In the garage there was constant flooding and the ventilation in our unit never worked. Save your $$$ and go somewhere else

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Anonymous

Sep 30, 2015

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Avoid this place, if you can help it. Worst management company I have encountered in the 12 years I've lived in NYC. When we moved in, expecting a clean, nicely done apartment for the (excessive) price we're paying, we found so many things awry. There screws or nails on the floor in places. Unacceptable when you have a mobile baby in the house (as we do). The floors looked like crap -- clearly the previous tenant caused water damage with plants, and the management company did not see fit to fix it. There were holes in the wall from where the renovators had moved a towel drying bar. Not fixed. The countertop in one of the bathrooms is painted (never seen that before), but they painted a second layer over a first layer that had not dried -- so when we put anything on the countertop, it warped and changed color. The washing machine and dryer they charge us for monthly are the slowest, most poorly-functioning appliances I've seen. Nothing dries the first cycle, even after over an hour. You have to put it all in again. And my husband's entire leg disappeared into a crevice next to the swimming pool. Up to his hip! He's a tall guy. What if it had been a baby or a child? Nobody seemed concerned. The elevator often stops working mid-trip. It will shudder, slow down, stop at the wrong floor and not move for many minutes. Again, management seems to think it's no big deal. The electricity bills are absurdly high--much higher than similar bills I've paid in any other place in New York.The building staff are nice. The doormen and maintenance guys you interact with are generally very helpful and friendly. But the management company guy who sits there sometimes, I think his name is Latif, is markedly unfriendly. Like he doesn't know how to treat clients or doesn't give a damn. I don't know why he has to have any kind of presence in the building when he just ruins the otherwise friendly vibe at the front desk. Just another black mark against the management company.We have lived here since the summer, and while we love the neighborhood, and like a couple of the doormen, we can't wait to leave this building.

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Anonymous

Feb 05, 2015

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DO NOT MOVE HERE. Unless you want to pay a boatload of money for broken amenities. This is the worst management I have ever dealt with in my life.The building has a beautiful façade that soon crumbles to show its hideousness. I have lived here a year and the elevator to my 5th floor apartment has been down numerous times (for weeks at a time). The air conditioning was down during the hottest weeks of the summer, in which the management sent no formal apology, just acknowledging the "inconvenience". The super seems to be one of the only people who actually care about their tenants, and he can only help so many people per day. The management does not know how to deal with people.I can't wait to move out. Such a waste of money.

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Anonymous

Jan 13, 2015

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110 Green St has all the bells and whistles of a great building. Having lived here for three years we did have to put up with a lot; from Elevators being broken down to trash and bottles being thrown at us from the roof on to our balcony to amenities being closed for months on end (game room) there was a lot wrong with this building. I would however say most of these problems stem from the previous management company and their inability to correct problems or make long term repairs.Unfortunately for the new management they are just learning that you can give a building a face-lift but changing its bones is difficult. I would say the new management company here has been reasonable, fair and responsive. They clearly communicate to their residents and put actions in place when things do go wrong. I would also say they are putting the money into the infrastructure to improve the overall quality of life for its residents.The new building manager Gloria is a true help and willing to work with you on your issues. They have taken appropriate actions when needed (front door personal) and have been very responsive to inquires.The biggest asset the building has right now is its supper Max. He's very knowledge and handy as a super should be but definitely goes above and beyond to help with any and all issue. His entire staff is great and is always willing to help even if that means helping you lift something heavy. We were sad to be moving just when 110 was getting its act together. The biggest pros to the building; convenience to transit, amenities and its view.

Cons:

Cons: still needs to work some infrastructure issues out, especially the elevators.