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New York City Management, also known as NYCM, is a real estate firm that offers a range of property management services for residential and commercial properties. The firm serves property owners, syndicates and institutions. It manages more than 70 residential buildings, over 150 retail stores and nearly 2,000 apartment units. It provides property management services for approximately 25,000 square feet of commercial space. The firm offers legal assistance, maintenance, billing and rent collection services. It also provides financial reporting, accounting, and asset and construction management services. The firm additionally offers repair and renovation services. It employs engineers, property managers and attorneys. New York City Management is located in New York City.

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Rose Hill, Kips Bay, Midtown Manhattan

Park Avenue South Management LLC

Real Estate Management, Real Estate Agents, Real Estate Consultants
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Jerome R.



Literally HATE living in one of their properties!!!! Between the drug dealers, nasty neighbors and the Managers doing NOTHING about it, I can't think of anything good to say. They lost my payments and expect me to replace the money orders that THEY lost!!! I moved in and within two months, I was chasing a mouse around my apartment! They want the rent on time, but make no efforts to be attentive to tenants' needs..

Loof P.



ZERO STARS. The other reviewers are spot on. I had a one year lease at 150 W. 140th St, and the day I moved in, I knew I made a big mistake. For one, the building is a hell hole; they are aware that drunks sleep in the hallways, people do/sell drugs on site, and break into the building --- and yet MANAGEMENT DOES NOTHING. On top of that, my apartment was broken into within 3 months of living there. Take a look at HPD's website, and see how many housing complaints they have -- HUNDREDS. The employees that answer the phone when you have a complaint (which will be VERY OFTEN) must have never graduated from high school. It is a joke. They say they will call you back; they never do. When they turn off the gas, water, or electricity, no one tells you ahead of time. When I moved out, they told me to call them to let them know so I could get my deposit back, which i did. 50 days later, I called and asked what's the hold up. Jhoanni says, "Oh you moved out? I didn't know. No one told me." I said, lady, I called and told Katharine (the DUMBEST, RUDEST, MOST INCOMPETENT employee there who helps manage 150 W 140th St), who told me that they would take care of it. Jhoanni says, "Well you didn't speak to ME." EVER HEARD OF COMMUNICATION YOU RETARDS?! Do yourself a favor, don't even think about moving to any building managed by Park Avenue South. Absolutely horrible.

Sinéad C.



The most incompetent management company in New York City. Think twice before being a tenant with this group of completely rude, unhelpful and lazy property managers. No returned phone calls, rude employees with no customer service skills or care for tenants.

Also, be sure not to call in the early afternoon, because they're on their 2 hour lunch break from their 6-7 hour day. I wish I could work here and have zero responsibilities like this bunch!

As a member of the NYC real estate community, I am truly disgusted by the treatment I have received and the absolutely horrific quality of my building. Please take my review to heart and take your rent money elsewhere!

Park Avenue South Management, you should be ashamed of yourselves.



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Agree with the previous post. Witnessed *very* rude behavior in the office when we first went there which should have been our first clue to not rent from them. Had extremely frustrating occurrences in the building they ""managed"" and had to deal with an unstable Jekyll and Hyde type character in their office on a regular basis. This was the first time I had to deal with a management company in NYC after 12 years of living here and hope I never ever have to do it again. Traumatizing would be a good description of our experience with this company and the apartment we rented from them. Stay clear of these folks if you want to maintain your sanity.



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I've had a very bad experience as a tenant and have seen and heard others treated poorly and rudely as well.

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