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Bozzuto Management

Anonymous
Jun 03, 2017

Tenant: < 1 Year

Pros:

The building is in a great location, in close proximity to virtually all subways as well as a Target and Trader Joes. Great building for young families and the doormen, and building team are helpful and responsive.

Cons:

The building managment team is less than responsive. My wife and I agreed to our lease with the understanding there was no construction set to face our windows. Less than a month into our lease, the construction began and the jack hammering created a less-than-ideal environment for our newborn.

225 Schermerhorn Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11201

Anonymous
May 11, 2018

Tenant:

Cons:

I've lived here for 3 years. Buzzuto is the new management that runs it and hey have caused A LOT OF PROBLEMS. Here's a list:-management loses lots of emails, or really just ignores them most emails-ignore most phone calls-do not return voicemails-miscalculated deposit multiple times-didn't want to pay me referral fee, took me 6 months to get it-deletes random posts on BuildingLink without any rhyme or reason-negotiated different rents with different residents despite stating they use a centralized system-management will sit in the leasing office and place a sign that states 'they are out showing property'-sometimes they have weekend appointments to show property and they just don't show-they don't address building issues that concern management-they downplay the amount of construction that is nearby. -unfortunately, management is comfortable lying to tenants. :( This is very true and very sad. -some of the photos (like the first one posted by management) is not even if he building?!?-the positives posts are not even from ppl who live here. -so so much more. :/ I have 300-400 emails with management detailing apartment issues that they ignore. Sadly, it's not just me, many residents have issues with management. It used to be better before Buzzuto took over. Management doesn't care.

Anonymous
Oct 30, 2017

Tenant:

Pros:

it's very convenient area. the subway station is downstairs. 24H lounge and there are coffee and bathroom. Patio&fitness. 24H doorman.Every2month, they provide morning meals.good for family, young professionals. the building make holiday seasons parties.I took 1 star off bc I don't live here. I don't review for the management.

225 Schermerhorn Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11201

Anonymous
Feb 28, 2016

Tenant:

Pros:

I suspect that the management must have changed since the other negative review. I was a resident beginning in 2014. I have no complaints about the management, and in one instance of unexpected circumstances they were flexible / accommodating which was appreciated. The front desk staff are excellent as far as I experienced. Friendly, seem to know the residents by face. Speaking of packages, the lobby has a daily (at least, weekday) pickup arrangement with UPS, which is obviously useful for returns for example. The maintenance and facility staff is also good as far as I can tell and I recall they were very prompt about fixing even something minorThe building is relatively new- Sound insulation is extremely good- Heating is always sufficient, water heating is quick- Appliances and fixtures are all excellent- etcIf you're considering it, you probably know about the courtyard, which is nice though I never ended up used it (I did want to). Unfortunately things might change for the worse with the adjacent construction but I can't remember exactly how the two buildings would be situated.Expensive but probably not much more than other buildings in the neighborhood from what I remember. Probably above-average in terms of location (compared to the nearby buildings), which can maybe be judged via- Immediate surroundings: OK, maybe not as nice as a few of the other buildings but good that it is near the Smith St / south-of-Atlantic area, Fulton retail area, and the nearby Brooklyn Fare. And of course the surrounding neighborhoods are great and not far- Subway access: Probably has the best subway access in the neighborhood on average, of course this depends on the trains taken. As you can determine yourself it's the same distance from Dekalb Av Q (Flatbush Av Ext & Dekalb) and Jay St AF (Fulton & Jay St). Jay St R is even closer (Bridge & Willoughby for back of the train), and Hoyt 23 even closer (Elm & Fulton for Brooklyn, Duffield and Fulton for ManhattanOne thing is that moving in and out (through the garage) is not easy if you're living in the Schermerhorn tower. But Schermerhorn is a wide street, and if you plan it well it's not bad especially if you have help.

Anonymous
May 28, 2015

Tenant:

Pros:

Great building -- courteous staff, well-maintained, lovely building "culture" and sense of community such as through holiday food drives, etc.

Anonymous
May 07, 2015

Tenant:

Pros:

We lived at the Sagamore for two years and had an excellent experience. The building management and staff are exceptional. Amenities, including the gym, roof deck, party room, bike room and tenant appreciation events are all great. All maintenance issues are addressed immediately and overall, the building is managed superbly. Nothing but positive things to say about a great rental building in a fantastic UWS neighborhood.

Anonymous
Apr 18, 2018

Tenant:

Pros:

their is a gym. And a laundry. And roof top deck. Maintenance is good and friendly.Doorman building.

Cons:

Heads up. Management/Building quality going down. Numerous times elevator was not working. Also hot water and heat outages. However, management quickly addressed those problems. Project building across street that has had many shootings. Expensive to live in. Significant rent increases.

Anonymous
Oct 05, 2017

Tenant:

Cons:

Dirty building, loud neighbors and aloof management. Avoid it like the plague!

Anonymous
Sep 23, 2017

Tenant:

Pros:

I have really enjoyed living at The Sagamore. There is a gym (always plenty of space, even right before and after work) and laundry for studios that don't have in-unit laundry (very clean, never any line, secure). The building management is incredibly professional and responsive. They host fun events every other month or so, and the maintenance team goes above and beyond! (Seriously!!! They helped us install shelving and hang difficult-to-hang mirrors and wall fixtures for no extra fee.)The neighborhood feels very safe and has lots of fun bars and restaurants. I love being so close to both Central Park and Riverside Park. I can't recommend the building highly enough :)

189 West 89th Street, New York, NY, 10024

Anonymous
May 30, 2017

Tenant:

Pros:

The Sagamore has been the best building I've lived in. The lobby and common areas are kept very clean. The amenities are top notch. There's a gym, a rooftop with a great view, a party room, and a 3rd floor garden (which is being renovated). The building is dog friendly which is a huge plus. The doormen and maintenance guys are fantastic. So friendly and always willing to help out. Before I moved to the Sagamore I wasn't so familiar with the UWS in the high 80's -90's but I've grown to love it. Its a safe and family friendly neighborhood. There are so many great restaurants and coffee shops within a few blocks and new ones are popping up all the time. There's a soulcycle and an equinox nearby. Public transportation near The Sagamore is a breeze. Our unit itself is great. We have a one bedroom that feels huge because of the high ceilings, huge windows and dining room nook (which we use as a home office). The kitchen was renovated before we moved in so everything is brand new. The apt is quiet - we rarely hear our neighbors. My favorite part of our apt. is the light! We have huge windows facing east which gives our apt so much light plus the view can't be beat! The only reason we are leaving the Sagamore is because we are moving to CA for work, otherwise we'd be living in this building for years!

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