3 min walk,
5 min walk,
4 min walk,
Monday 10 AM-6 PM
Tuesday 10 AM-6 PM
Wednesday 10 AM-6 PM
Thursday 10 AM-6 PM
Friday 10 AM-6 PM
Saturday 11 AM-5 PM
Sunday 11 AM-5 PM
No Pets Allowed. My boyfriend and I found the AIRE listing on streeteasy and decided to check out the apartment. Both streeteasy and AIRE website did not mention it's a no pets building. We were happy with what we saw and submitted the online application without knowing the fact that pets are not allowed in the building. We were charged $100 per person and received a notification later by the leasing office stating that AIRE does not allow pets. The leasing office refuse to return the $200 application fee. Such waste of the our time and money!
The biggest issue I have with the Aire is that the building management turns off the AC for half of the year. As anyone knows, apts in NYC buildings can get very hot even during the winters. Without any AC in the apts, it was very uncomfortable to sleep at night.
BE AWARE! The building has very serious air ventilation issue that would damage your health. I have been living here for two years. I often experience drowsiness, nausea, and stomach unease. The situation is particularly bad in the winter. I initially thought it was just me, until my family came to visit, and they started to have similar symptoms. I went to the doctors, and were told that the symptoms are classic response to the oxygen deficient environment due to the poor air ventilation design.During my stay here, I need to clean the floor every two days because the dust builds up so fast. There are so much dust clogging the vent its impossible to clean (please see photo). Sure, the building may look nice on the outside; however if you value your health, then please have some second thoughts about living here.
Please note NO PETS ALLOWED in this building. I did not get any further than the leasing office: after making an appointment te view an apartment in this building, the first thing I noticed on the information form that I had to complete was that pets were not allowed. The leasing agent assured me that this was clearly stated on the website, but after myself and my husband had a good look at the website, we could not find any mention of this. Waste of my time!
Don't live here if you value cell phone receptiom because there is none. mobile.nytimes.com/2015/…
The building is looking nice from out side, but it has terrible noise inside the apartments , you have to get used to it otherwise it is impossible to live in . There is air pressure from outside when you open the door you have to close the door with force. .....
The air quality issue is a deal-breaker for me. I have lived here since October and it has really taken a toll on my health. There is a strange air pressure issue in the building where there is high pressure in the hallways and low pressure in the apartments, which creates a wind tunnel and a strange whistling noise-- this is probably a result of poor ventilation in the apartment design. I would not complain about it if it was limited to wind and noise, but it has not only affected my health, but the health of my guests upon sleeping over for a single night. Every morning, I wake up feeling sick, with dry eyes, abnormal lethargy, and nasal and sinus congestion. Since there is "stale air" in my apartment from the lack of ventilation, there is a dust problem in my apartment, as it builds up extremely quickly. There is also probably mold, but I haven't hired an inspector to assess the apartment yet. I thought maybe it is just me, or maybe the problem is just isolated to my apartment, but based on other Yelp reviews, it seems like other people have had similar problems. It is shocking that the management has not addressed this issue in a serious way.
Great apartment building, staff are friendly and helpful. I've lived here for a couple months now and love the gym, and proximity to Central Park and the metro.