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EOS

100 West 31st Street, New York, NY, 10001
Rental Building in Chelsea
$$$$ | Studio, 1, 2 Bed
375 Units | 47 Floors | Built in 2016
Managed By Durst Organization

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
Swimming pool1 Swimming Pool

Price

Studio $3,300 +
1 Bed $4,500 +
2 Bed $6,500 +

Broker Fee Savings

Studio $3,960
1 Bed $5,400
2 Bed $7,800

Subway

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Herald Sq - 34th St

2 min walk, 0.36 miles

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Herald Sq - 34th St

4 min walk, 0.44 miles

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34th St - Penn Station

9 min walk, 0.24 miles

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28th St

3 min walk, 0.12 miles

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28th St

3 min walk, 0.2 miles

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34th St - Penn Station

9 min walk, 0.47 miles

Building Reviews (7)

Anonymous1

Anonymous

Apr 29, 2018

Tenant:

Pros:

My friend just moved in with her friend last month. Pretty good apartment in general.Pros:View is amazing on higher floorsNice cleaning/renovatingD/W in unit and water is includedRent is not that bad considering we r in a housing crisis here at nyc + they split it in half + it's their first year . I myself am paying higher for a studio in Kips Bay. So the rent is def decent compared to other luxury apartmentsGreat staff. They announce me every time I visit, making me feel safer for them.Location is not bad. Idk y these people have issues with the homeless. They may look/smell bad, but they r def not dangerous and some r actually friendly if u talk to them.Food and night life in K Town is bae.

Cons:

Cons:80/20 rule. I mean yea u get a substantial amount of financing from all the tax credit, but u r a luxury apartment making millions a year... and at the end of the day we r paying for their rents. but this is my political talking and there's nothing I can do about it.Gym: some coaches bring their students to have private lessons here. Please deal with it, management.At the end, it's a solid place to live compared to epic, etc. there r some better ones in the city, but the location+price for this place make EOS a decent choice.

Anonymous1

Anonymous

Feb 25, 2018

Tenant:

Pros:

It wasn't as easy living at this place as I had hoped:Pros:1. Great desk and maintenance staff2. Nice views, although nearby new buildings now block some of them3. Good amount of storage space4. Nice finishes for a rental5. Leasing office was nicer to deal with than Sky building's, for example, where they had bad attitudes.6. Nice complimentary events for residents to meet one another and building management over cocktails7. The mostly Chinese market rate tenants are polite.

Cons:

Cons:1. 4 weeks and counting but no sign of getting my $5,600+ security deposit back.2. Residents with pitbulls. I DID NOT FEEL SAFE living in the building with certain non-market rate tenants. No response from building management regarding the pitbulls.3. Walking 33 flights when the power and elevators were out.4. Showering at friends when the water was shut off.6. As reported for others' apartments, the shower flooded the bathroom floor due to poor floor levelling.5. "Rack the weights" (I always did anyway) was the only interaction I had with the head of the gym staff all year. So I don't miss that gym.6. Leasing offering me a renewal rate that was nearly $400/month more than the apartment is listed for on Streeteasy now that I vacated as Leasing would not provide me a fair (e.g. actual market rate) rent renewal offer.7. New building across 6th Ave installed high intensity roof lights that should have been directional and even shined through my window shades. No response to my email to Eos building management, who could have asked that building's management to correct the issue.8. Golf simulator first only had right handed clubs, then no clubs.9. Oven is too small.10. There is a large encampment of homeless people who are sometimes aggressive living on the block.11. Three people were recently *shot* on the street on 31st and Broadway.

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Anonymous

Feb 14, 2018

Tenant:

Pros:

I don't get the complaints. I love it here. The views are amazing. The appliances and apartments are expertly designed. Door men are super nice folks, especially Greg, the night guy. When I get to my elevator the floor number is already pressed. It's not something he has to do, that is service.The amenities are wonderful, maintenance is courteous and helpful. My one major issue is with the strictness of certain policies. The gym policies could be a bit more lenient for guest. For example instead of $15 per guest, a few free guest passes a month would have felt less like a "corporate gym". It's not just the money that I dislike, but it just feels like a hassle registering a guest each time or pay another $800 yearly fee. I'm still going to give it a five star hoping they compromise this.Beyond the amenities rules, I've had very few complaints. They have a golf simulator, yes it's awesome. Need i say more ?

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Anonymous

Dec 08, 2017

Tenant:

Cons:

I lived here for 13 months. Their leasing office and management suck. They (Blair Robinson) will secretly show your apt without telling you in advance. And they (Adrian Hester) deduct your deposit for "loss" keycards even though you return them. They are rude and unfriendly when you move out, but pretend to be nice when you move in. It could be a single case but I won't recommend this place to anyone. Watch out!

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Anonymous

Dec 06, 2017

Tenant:

Cons:

I stay here all the time as one of my best friends lives there and I about died when he told me the rent. Yeah, it's a new building but the area is rough -- so much construction and homeless people everywhere and there's a fire station right across the street that I hear constantly. His doormen are also constantly rude and give me a hard time whenever I come to visit. There are much better places to live in the city for the prices they are charging.

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Anonymous

Dec 06, 2017

Tenant:

Cons:

A majority of these reviews are obviously not from people who have spent much time here (or from staff I assume). Having lived in EOS for over 9 months I can tell you there are way better buildings for far cheaper. Some issues include:- Lots of sketchy people EVERYWHERE due to what I assume is the low income portion of the building so get used to people dragging bags of clothes around in plastic bags and the smell of pot (although that could be the residents too).- Fire trucks all night (fired station right on 31st) especially during traffic times because they just get stuck in traffic horns blasting and homeless people outside your door every day (food kitchen across the street).- Lots of cut corners in apartment including cheap air conditioners that sound like 747's in addition to them having to replace my shower because it flooded my bathroom every time I used it.- Construction at all around the building so bright lights shining in your unit at night and madness every time you step out of your apartment. - Leasing is incredibly rude. Took Blair in leasing over a week and 3 emails to respond to a question about my apt and when I finally got ahold of her about possibly breaking my lease (family issues), I asked her if she could list it on the site to help me find a renter and she verbatim said "it's not my job to help you fill your apartment". Real sensitive. Needless to say I didn't break my lease as it would have cost me almost $20k so beware.- Some of the front desk staff are incredibly rude (3 different friends have complained about it independently) and it's often unmanned which is alarming given all the crazy homeless people outside all the time.- Elevators are insanely slow. Every night around 6pm it takes a good 15 minutes to get to your apartment.Some good stuff: gym is nice (but it's $80 a month) and the maintenance staff is pretty on top of it.

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Anonymous

Jul 12, 2017

Tenant:

Pros:

The building is fantastic! Awesome community & great stuff!