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River Court

429 East 52nd Street, New York, NY, 10022
Rental Building in Midtown East
292 Units | 35 Floors | Built in 1974

Building Amenities

Subway

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Lexington Ave - 53rd St

1 min walk, 0.1 miles

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6
51st St

3 min walk, 0.24 miles

Building Reviews (2)

Anonymous1 e2aedd6914f0dfdba2908a97845921571ca79aa87d0c092c8da4a55b9c63a22a

Anonymous

Mar 13, 2018

Tenant:

Pros:

This is a good apartment building on a beautiful (in NYC terms) quiet, dead-end street. For $4,500 me and my two roommates live in a one bedroom flexed into 3 - I would say we have huge rooms compared to a lot of nyc apartments. We did have to pay a HUGE fee to put up our walls, but at the end of the day we feel very happy and lucky to be here as much as we were ripped off in the beginning. The only thing I would GUSH about here is some of the team (doormen, etc) who really go above and beyond - most specifically, William, who always puts a smile on my face and whom I can count on for anything! I am not often home before 7PM and he has brought my delivery upstairs before, late at night during his break, when I've told him I wouldn't be able to pick it up. THANK YOU to Rivercourt for making my experience living here so pleasant!

Anonymous1 e2aedd6914f0dfdba2908a97845921571ca79aa87d0c092c8da4a55b9c63a22a

Anonymous

Jan 23, 2018

Tenant:

Cons:

It takes a lot to get me to leave a review, but Rivercourt is worth it. After applying to an apartment and having our our application approved, the building's broker contacted us a few hours before we were about to sign the lease telling us that the management changed some terms. The management company wanted a two-year lease (instead of one) and two-month security deposit. After pointing out to them that this was not the deal we agreed upon, we never heard back from the company. This place is running some sort of scam. It has at least 10 rental units vacant (although it seems like probably more), and it constantly changes its StreetEasy listings to completely different units.