- Is friendly and helpful
- Responsive to repairs
Recent UDR reviews
Great accessibility and safety
Very close to school and restaurants. Management team is incredibly kind and helpful. Quiet and safe area overall.
Safe, quiet apartment complex
Have lived at the Hunt Club for all three years of school.
10 Hanover Square
This was my first apartment out of college and it was a great place to start! There was a door man, in unit laundry machines, elevators, and great valet service (for dry cleaners, packages, etc.) A great affordable option in bustling Manhattan! Easy walk to the 2-3 and 4-5 lines as well!
Modern and safe, lots of young recients
Nice building with new amenities. The apartment itself is quite dark, however.
Great public transportation connections (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, R, F, A, C, Z, J subway, M15 bus).
Good grocery store close by. Lots of new restaurants, bars and sotres opening up.
Apartments are spacious and balcony is a plus. Renovated apartments have nice hardwood floors and updated kitchens with stainless steel appliances. Service requests are addressed quickly and efficiently. Management company nickels and dimes tenants whenever possible - beware.
Would not recommend
While this place is close to the highway, close to shopping, dining, entertainment, and SOME public transportation, it has progressively gotten worst over the past 2 years. When you move in, the salesman does their job. Makes you feel welcome and wanted. After you sign that paper though, you find out all the bad pretty quick. After you sign that paper, there is no more help from management. The trash is always overflowing, the grounds are far from clean. Sure there is 2 court yards, but they have no view. I would NOT move in here. I am currently looking to move out.
FiDi is Up and Coming
10 Hanover Square offers exceptional quality at a relatively steep rent. They do boast the easiest/least stressful move-in process with it only being a $500 deposit and flexibility on move-in dates. I would definitely recommend 10 Hanover Square if you're looking to move.
Luxury rental in downtown manhattan
10 Hanover Square is it's location. It's walking distance from grocery shopping, battery park, wall street, both the hudson and the east river, and the 2/3 and 4/5 subway lines! The management of the building is great-very friendly and always willing to help whether it's a maintenance issue or you just can't get your door unlocked, and the front desk is staffed 24 hours a day! Rent is a little overpriced for my student budget but you definitely get what you pay for!
Big Studio for price
Before checking 95 Wall, I saw terrifying small apartments in the area that were more expensive. Here I have a huge closet, washer and dryer, big bathroom and tons of light. To top it all off, there is easy access to the train stations and bus stops and fantastic bars and restaurants in the area. The building is just a 2 min walk from the Pier where you have the most beautiful views of Brooklynn. Couldn't be any happier.
Great Building, Very Expensive
21 Chelsea is a great building in a great neighborhood. Any subway, restauratnt, bar, gym, store, etc. is within walking distance. Trader Joes, Fairway, and Whole Foods are all so close! The downside is that this building is extremely expensive and definitely not as good of a value as others in the neighborhood. Management also imposes rules like time limits on the roof deck and gym, making it feel a bit more like a college dorm than a luxury building that you are paying $$$$ to live in. Doormen and super are wonderful!
The Columbus Square has been an amazing place to live, great amenities, very friendly and helpful management team. There are many stores around like Wholefoods, Sephora, TjMax, Petco, Starbucks and Restaurants plus I love living just one block away from Central Park!
Lots of dogs around, mostly young professionals, a few graduate students and a few mid-thirties. The neighborhood is fantastic! Lots of stores, restaurants, and bars within walking distance.The inside is beautiful and very modern looking. The gym is decent: not huge, but big enough to get a solid sweat session in.
Convenient Location, Management could be better
The Domain Brewers Hill is located right off of Boston St. I love how I can walk to my gym, and that there's a ton of cool bars and restaurants blocks away that we can easily walk to on a nice day. My apartment has great views of the city and the harbor. All in all it's a great place to live, my only complaint is the management. They don't always follow up promptly on issues such as the garage doors malfunctioning and trash being overloaded. Other than that it's great. You can get more space for less if you live in a rowhome but I love the fact that I don't have to circle the block searching for parking and the safety factor is huge.
Walking distance to West Village and Katy Trail
The apartment location is great as it is walking distance to West Village which has a Starbucks, Taco Diner, Mi Cocina, Movie theater, etc. The apartment complex also has an entrance to the Katy Trail which is very nice.
They do have different combinations of apartments but I consider it pricey for what it is...you are essentially paying for the uptown location more than anything amenity wise. Water/trash is about $50 for a 1 bedroom which is ridiculous, I didn't pay that much when I had a 2,000 sqft house. The interior apartments don't get much sunlight so it gets very dark and dingy.
There have been some vandalism, break-in's and even an assault lately so they need to step up security - but haven't done so yet. The management is very inflexible with negotiating rents even to tenured residents but I don't know if that's just a function of being a corporate entity.
I really enjoy living in Brewers Hill the location is amazing, however the pricing is a bit steep. I am able to walk to majority of places, and I really enjoy the gym and the pool however for the price the apartment is slightly small. If the apartment was larger I would feel more obliged to pay the high rent.