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Recent Rockrose reviews
Expensive but worth it
While expensive, I absolutely love my apartment. I have lived in the West Village for 7 years and it is a great location for NYU students. The apartment is mainly professionals in their mid-late twenties and thirties. Double height ceilings, an incredible rooftop, friendly doormen, a grocery store on the first floor, and lots of closet space are just some of the perks of living in the Archive.
Not the best
The leasing process is the worst, especially if you need guarantors. Rockrose employees are extremely unresponsive and tend to be condescending. I never had a good experience with any employee. The building allows for flex rooms but you cannot building up to the ceiling or have doors. You have to get very creative or pay people off to get a door or flex built to the top to ensure privacy. That being said the rooftop is awesome and had an outdoor shower which is key for hot summer days. There’s a gym, lounge, laundry room on the 4th fllor, front desk (great for packages) and concerige laundry service that will do your laundry or dry cleaning for a fee. Duane Reade right under the building is key and theres a grocery store is right around the corner. You are very close to several subway lines and the South Street Seaport is up and coming and awesome in the summer.
Have not had any issues with the apartment. The doormen are friendly and helpful. Maintenance is quick if needed. Have never had issues with bugs or mice. Would recommend the apartment complex to friends. Expensive but that's New York for you. Also love the amazing rooftop - nice views of the city and a grill.
I enjoy coming back home from work. It's an awesome studio. The building is a luxury one and the best part of it other than the gym, etc is the rooftop. It's just amazing. You can see both the bridges, Brooklyn and Manhattan bridge. Management is great.
Great FiDi building with good transportation connections
A post-war high-rise doorman building with a great a gym.
The apartments have high ceilings and new amenities.
Close to Fulton street public transportation hub. Street can be a bit noisy during the rush hours. Close to good restaurants and bars. South Seaport Shopping plaza will be fully opened soon.
This is a great apartment and great area! There is a nice laundry room, lounge, rooftop, and gym. I feel very safe in this area of the city. There are all subway lines nearby and it is very convenient. Doormen are very friendly and helpful and so is the maintenance staff.
Great building with amazing rooftop
Clean, new building with nice lobby. Great view from the rooftop. Common areas and gym could be renovated/updated.
Nice staff and safe building. Elderly couples or late 30-professionals.
Close to trendy restaurants and bars. Nice but expensive grocery store close by.
Quiet and great location. Location is great and near the subways. No crime around the area. Great great gym. Neighbors are respectful working professionals. Lots of sunlight, and high ceilings. The super isn't super responsive but will eventually get to you when needed.
Quiet, but still enough to get the job done
This apartment building remains quiet yet lively at the same time. There are great amenities available, as well as nice neighbors. I know I would definitely live here again. Pets are allowed so this was a huge plus for me. However, you may have young people living here so expect some parties sometimes.
Great Value in a Great Building
I live in a duplex with my roommate and we got a great value! We pay less than we did for a much smaller walk-up in West Village and we get a doorman, gym and laundry! The building is very classy and management is great. They renovated our unit right before moving in and have been extremely responsive to anything we have said. Would recommend if you're willing to live 1.5 avenues from the nearest subway!
Great amenities, easy access to Manhattan
I have lived at LINC for about a year now. It is located close to subway stations in Long Island City, which is just 2 stops away from Manhattan. It has great amenities: indoor lounge, pool table, 24-hr gym, squash court, basketball court, and indoor theatre room.
Great Location, Not So Great Cost
Windows overlooking the East River, spacious one bedroom apartment shared with roommates. Expensive rent is a trade off for amazing location and rooftop access. The building is clean and well maintained, and the maintenance staff is efficient and friendly.
Great building in quiet area
41 River Terrace is a great property - what you see is what you get - everything always works, the unites/property is well cared for, and the view/rooftop deck is amazing if you live on the right floor. Like many properties in NYC, it's not cheap, but it is certainly more affordable than similar options in other neighborhoods. From a social standpoint, it can be a bit isolated given that it's both downtown and West of the highway. That said, the Chambers stop makes commuting to work fairly painless if you are along the 1,2,3, Zucker's Bagels is amazing, and the Whole Foods nearby is great. Being so close to an amazing park in NYC is really a unique experience, though the social scene of the area really dies out around 7 or 8pm. Overall, if you love being near parks, value a good pet/family scene, and nearby necessities, the property is great; if you want something a bit more social in the heart of NYC or are more price-constrained, it may not be the best.