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Marc

260 West 54th Street, New York, NY, 10019
Rental Building in Hell's Kitchen
$4,000 - $5,550 | Studio, 1 Bed
394 Units | 43 Floors | Built in 2003
Managed By Moinian Group

7 Active Rental Listings

Date Apt# Rent Beds Baths Months Free Date Available OP Rent Stabilize
2022-08-02 22-H $4,000 0 1.0 Now
2022-08-02 26-H $4,050 0 1.0 Now
2022-08-02 26-G $5,200 1 1.0 Now
2022-08-02 39-H $5,200 1 1.0 Now
2022-08-02 40-F $5,250 1 1.0 Now
2022-08-02 19-A $5,500 1 1.0 Now
2022-08-02 29-A $5,550 1 1.0 Now

333 Past Rental Listings

Date Apt# Rent Beds Baths Months Free Date Available OP Rent Stabilize
2022-07-05 19-F $3,900 0 1.0
2022-07-05 40-F $5,250 1 1.0 2022-08-01
2022-07-05 19-A $5,500 1 1.0
2022-06-07 38-F $5,200 1 1.0
2022-06-07 48-J $5,200 1 1.0
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Building Amenities

260 West 54th Street, New York, NY Deposit Free Deposit Free
260 West 54th Street, New York, NY Doorman Doorman
260 West 54th Street, New York, NY Elevator Elevator(4)
260 West 54th Street, New York, NY Gym Gym
260 West 54th Street, New York, NY Laundry in Building Laundry in Building
260 West 54th Street, New York, NY Live in super Live in super
260 West 54th Street, New York, NY Management Company Management Company
260 West 54th Street, New York, NY No Fee Building
260 West 54th Street, New York, NY Roof Deck Roof Deck

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Building Price Range

Studio
$2,300 - $3,000
1 Bed
$3,100 - $4,000

Broker Fee Savings

Studio
$3,180
1 Bed
$4,260

Subway

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7th Ave

6 min walk, 0.23 miles

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57th St

4 min walk, 0.28 miles

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50th St

5 min walk, 0.08 miles

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50th St

3 min walk, 0.17 miles

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59th St - Columbus Circle

3 min walk, 0.38 miles

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59th St - Columbus Circle

4 min walk, 0.17 miles

Building Reviews (10)

Anonymous
Dec 08, 2017

Tenant:

Pros:

I am a temporary resident at The Marc and love the apartments. The location of this Apartments right in the middle of Manhattan makes a lot of options highly accessible. Occasional noise of emergency vehicles passing by the eighth avenue may be irritating but manageable. Unlike other apartments you don't have to spend 15 minutes waiting for the elevator. The staff is courteous with special attention to security. I am on the 15th floor and unfortunately when you're in the middle of Manhattan you don't really get a great view. I suggest if you're planning to stay here go for higher floor apartments so that you can get a better view.

Cons:

I wish they had in unit washer and dryer. But as the old saying goes there is no end to a man's wish :-)and women's wish ;-)

Anonymous
Dec 07, 2017

Tenant:

Cons:

Lived here for 2 years and I wouldn't go back. (Where did the rest of the negative reviews go?)The good: Great view from my NW corner apartment on a high floor. Amazing location near all the subways, Whole Foods, etc. Front desk staff are wonderful and hard-working. They make the building livable (remember to tip at end of year). The gym is great, although pricey. It has heavy weights, which isn't typical in NYC apartment gyms. I left the apartment immaculate and received my security deposit refund fairly quickly. The horrible: I had an absolutely awful last month when the leasing office told me they'd be bringing walk-in prospective tenants in to see my apartment at any point over the next month without notice. The lease stipulated reasonable notice for entering the apartment, but the leasing manager's interpretation was that telling me they'd be coming in the whole month was reasonable notice. I asked them to make appointments with prospective tenants, and they said that since most of their customers were walk-ins, it would hurt their business. I objected strongly to management that I couldn't handle having prospective tenants tour without any notice, but they didn't budge. In all my apartment-hunting, I've never toured a building that showed occupied units without an appointment. By the end of the month, leasing had stopped even calling to give me a 5-minute warning and started barging in without knocking. I felt like I had no privacy for a whole month, and it gave me anxiety to be home knowing I'd be walked in on at any moment. Leasing agents came in while I was in the shower, sleeping, everything. I was ready to go to court because that's absolutely a violation of New York law, but the lawyer I contacted told me that the process would have taken longer than the rest of my lease. Management:- Rents went up ~40% while we were living there, for me and all the neighbors I knew. Everyone I knew in the building moved out in the last year.- Sublets aren't allowed in the lease, but my neighbors ran a flophouse. We saw different people there every few days. The door was frequently left open and we could see that people obviously didn't live there permanently. There were flyers posted on the walls with instructions for staying there. We talked to management, and the manager said because she didn't see it listed on AirBnB, there was nothing she could do.- Management and staff have changed many times in the 2 years we were here. They changed the rent payment system, the concierge, the dry cleaning, etc. They're often pushing services and advertising to us, which is irritating. It seems like they don't have their act together.Maintenance:- My HVAC unit never worked properly. Maintenance said there was nothing they could do. My window blinds broke, and it took a month to have them fixed after I put in the maintenance request. The staff is kind, but I think they're overworked.- On two separate occasions, I had maintenance staff enter my apartment without permission while I was in the shower and while I was walking around in my underwear. Just like the leasing staff, they acted like I didn't deserve privacy.- I wanted my dirty windows cleaned, and it's up to the tenant to pay that (~$200). I negotiated it with my rent renewal/increase. The cleaners came, but the windows were still grimy. They said because the windows go so long between cleanings, stains have built up that can't be removed.- The A/C was often broken in the lobby, which was awful for the doormen in the summer. One doorman asked me to appeal to management to fix it because management wasn't listening to their requests for A/C. There's no A/C in the elevators or hallways, which caused my apartment to lose cool air under the door.Noise:- The sounds of the sirens and honking on 8th Ave woke me up all night, even on a high floor. I'd recommend being on the inside of the street, not the avenue side. Laundry Room (plan to send out your laundry):- The machines were often out of service or broke mid-wash with my soapy clothes stuck inside.- The laundry room was badly maintained. I recommend putting your hands in the doors and wiping around if you're touring to see how filthy the machines get. I had to sniff inside the washers to find a machine that didn't smell like mildew, or my clothes would come out smelling. - The large number of dogs in the building meant that clothes ended up with pet hair on them in the laundry, which caused me to get contact dermatitis.

Anonymous
Sep 07, 2017

Tenant:

Cons:

There were more reviews about this place before. The reason why there are only three now is that the management will reach out to you and negotiate with you to take down their negative comments. My story started when I was trying to move out from this place earlier this year. I have informed the management about my move in March. And not until they found out that I posted a negative review on in May, a service elevator was never scheduled for my move. In return, I had to take down my previous negative review about this place. Just like another user, Stephen, who also commented about this place, I am still waiting for my security deposit. I moved out in May and I was promised to have it in August. Now it is September when I am indignantly writing this review. I started living in this place when it was managed by Douglas Elliman. It was one of the best places to live in midtown. Ever since Columbus Management, a Moinian Group company took over, it has never been the same. Recently, I have noticed that they are trying to beautify their image on the social network, putting on some attractive pictures and cheering comments to balance out their very low ratings. But I can tell you responsibly that those shit ain't real. I am reporting this place to the authority anyway. At this point, I don't care about not getting my security deposit back anymore. I am only presenting you my very true experience. So, please be AWARE and stay AWAY!

Anonymous
Apr 10, 2017

Tenant:

Pros:

I'm a current resident at The Marc, and I can honestly say it is one of the best luxury buildings I've had the pleasure to rent in NYC. I have many friends with horror stories from their landlords / property mgmt and I'm happy to say my experience here has only been pleasant. The building lobby is stunning, they have laundry in building, there is parking downstairs, gym and terrace access available. The concierge desk is friendly and the neighbors are pleasant. In addition one thing worth noting is that the building's management is amazing. My visits to see the units listed for rent a year ago were smooth, I've never had a problem having anything resolved and they are always ready to help me in every way they could. Recently I was thinking about renewing my lease or leaving (as there were some options nearby for similar prices) and management was able to work with me to get my one / two year lease options to be something I could work with. Since I love the building, because of their help I ended up staying - and hope to live here for many years to come.I'm not sure why there is a one-star review on here. Presumably only someone with a bad experience will rate, and many people with good experiences don't think about rating on . This is by far one of the best places to live in Midtown Manhattan

Anonymous
Apr 10, 2017

Tenant:

Pros:

I'm a current resident at The Marc, and I can honestly say it is one of the best luxury buildings I've had the pleasure to rent in NYC. I have many friends with horror stories from their landlords / property mgmt and I'm happy to say my experience here has only been pleasant. The building lobby is stunning, they have laundry in building, there is parking downstairs, gym and terrace access available. The concierge desk is friendly and the neighbors are pleasant. In addition one thing worth noting is that the building's management is amazing. My visits to see the units listed for rent a year ago were smooth, I've never had a problem having anything resolved and they are always ready to help me in every way they could. Recently I was thinking about renewing my lease or leaving (as there were some options nearby for similar prices) and management was able to work with me to get my one / two year lease options to be something I could work with. Since I love the building, because of their help I ended up staying - and hope to live here for many years to come.I'm not sure why there is a one-star review on here. Presumably only someone with a bad experience will rate, and many people with good experiences don't think about rating on Yelp. This is by far one of the best places to live in Midtown Manhattan

Anonymous
Dec 30, 2015

Tenant:

Cons:

Horrible management. Still waiting for security deposit two months after leaving apt. Promised amenities disappeared after move-in.

Anonymous
Dec 30, 2015

Tenant:

Cons:

Horrible management. Promised amenities such as daily breakfast disappeared after I moved in. Paid extra for gym but management neglects: not fixing water cooler for months etc. Still waiting return of security deposit two months after vacating.

Anonymous
Oct 29, 2015

Tenant:

Cons:

I had to sign up to Yelp to complain about this place. The management of the building are so bad it's like the are trying to annoy because they get a kick out of it. They never issued me a key for the amenities but persisted on keeping them locked at all times. I had to call the management every day during the day every day and they kept giving me comical answers like 'yeah we're changing suppliers of key cards so we're not sure what we're going to do right now, but like if you call back tomorrow I can tell you if we're any closer to a decision'This lead to all sort of issues, for example, if I wanted to use the gym, their solution was to have me call the front desk and ask them to send the porter up to let me in. This meant every time I wanted to use the gym I would call the front desk, explain the situation, and then go down to the gym and wait to be let in. One time I was doing this, I was shouted at by strict looking 21 year old woman for being a cheap skate and not paying the gym fee. When I explained this to the management they sort of sided with the girl, despite me having paid ALL costs up front.

Anonymous
Sep 17, 2015

Tenant:

Cons:

Very bad management. We stayed for 2 years. The overall experience was okay. However, we still have not got our security deposit back after we moved out. The contract states that we get deposit back within 2 months. However, it has been more than 2 and a half month, and they kept finding new excuses to delay the payment. Horrible...

Anonymous
Feb 07, 2015

Tenant:

Cons:

Building would be awesome, but management issues never seem to end.First moved in - booked elevator, but they never put it in the system, then yelled at us for not booking an elevator.They charge extra for use of amenities most luxury buildings include gratis.They just changed management *again* and upped the lockout fee *again*. Can't leave a key with the doorman like you can at *any other building*.Now they just closed the terrace. No indication it will ever open again. It's too bad - our apartment is really lovely, doormen/staff are super friendly, but management seems to do whatever possible to make living here a difficult, expensive, and frustrating experience, time and time again. Most people we knew when we moved here have left. There's a reason the rents are dropping...