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The Fairmont

300 East 75th Street, New York, NY, 10021
Rental Building in Lenox Hill
$3,387 - $6,779 | 1, 2 Bed
470 Units | 32 Floors | Built in 1979
Managed By Glenwood Management

6 Active Rental Listings

Date Apt# Rent Beds Baths Months Free
2020-05-29 3889 $3,387 1 1.0
2020-05-29 5004 $3,662 1 1.0
2020-05-29 2264 $4,579 2 1.5
2020-05-29 3113 $4,762 1 1.5
2020-05-29 782 $6,320 2 2.0
2020-05-29 714 $6,779 2 2.0

28 Past Rental Listings

Date Apt# Rent Beds Baths Months Free
2020-04-29 3756 $5,695 1 1.5
2020-04-15 3756 $5,695 1 1.5
2020-04-01 3756 $5,695 1 1.5
2020-03-18 3756 $5,695 1 1.5
2020-02-19 795 $5,495 1 1.5
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Building Amenities

No fee No Fee Building
Childrens playroom Childrens Playroom
Doorman Doorman
Elevator Elevator(7)
Gym Gym
Laundry facility Laundry in Building
Live in super Live in super
Management company run Management Company Run
Parking Parking / Garage
Roof deck Roof Deck

Building Price Range

1 Bed $3,500 - $4,500
2 Bed $5,000 - $6,500

Broker Fee Savings

1 Bed $4,800
2 Bed $6,900

Subway

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72nd St

6 min walk, 0.47 miles

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6
77th St

3 min walk, 0.21 miles

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6
68th St - Hunter College

3 min walk, 0.28 miles

Building Reviews (2)

Anonymous1

Anonymous

Jul 14, 2017

Tenant:

Cons:

Experienced firsthand what people meant when they said to stay away from Glenwood Management buildings, especially the Fairmont. A bunch of arrogant, pompous nobodies, you'd think they'd know how to conduct themselves in a professional manner and want the business from anyone willing to pay for their crappy overpriced unit. Incredibly disgusting attitudes, mainly that spineless male creature that works in the leasing office. Oh and did I mention the numerous complaint and violations the building currently has? Noise Complaints CHECKFilth Complaints YOU GOT ITConstruction Complaints YUPAnd as the previous review already stated if you'd like no heat for a full season, no hot water, and a very long list of other issues to add to your everyday life than by all means rent with them. Why bother going to the fairmont when there's so many new builds in the area.

Anonymous1

Anonymous

May 14, 2016

Tenant:

Cons:

The Fairmont is like a seedy grand hotel in a Wes Anderson movie minus the humor. Poor construction and do-it-yourself "luxury" at white glove prices. Porters stand around and sneer as you carry heavy boxes, doormen call you "babe" or ignore you while talking on their cell phones. Owned by Glenwood Management, whose principals narrowly escaped indictment for allegedly bribing Sheldon Silver and other Albany legislators, so it's not surprising that the building itself was constructed poorly. An entire line of apartments was without heat for days this winter - and then the pipes burst. Kudos to the few folks who behave like human beings in a dysfunctional organization but at these rents, this is theft, pure and simple. Stay far, far away.