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The Concerto

200 West 60th Street, New York, NY, 10023
Rental Building in Lincoln Square
$4,050 - $7,000 | Studio, 1, 2 Bed
254 Units | 35 Floors | Built in 1991

4 Active Rental Listings

Date Apt# Rent Beds Baths Months Free Date Available OP Rent Stabilize
2023-12-29 20A $4,050 0 1.0 Now
2023-12-29 6H $5,000 1 1.0 Now
2023-12-29 16B $5,800 1 1.0 Now
2023-12-29 26H $7,000 2 2.0 Now

195 Past Rental Listings

Date Apt# Rent Beds Baths Months Free Date Available OP Rent Stabilize
2023-11-15 9D $3,375 0 1.0
2023-11-15 9H $5,050 1 1.0
2023-08-25 2A $5,275 1 1.0
2023-08-25 21C $5,925 1 2.0
2023-07-27 8C $3,525 0 1.0
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Building Amenities

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200 West 60th Street, New York, NY Cats Allowed Cats Allowed
200 West 60th Street, New York, NY Dogs Allowed Dogs Allowed

Building Price Range

Studio
$2,300 - $3,000
1 Bed
$3,100 - $4,000
2 Bed
$4,500 - $5,900

Broker Fee Savings

Studio
$3,180
1 Bed
$4,260
2 Bed
$6,240

Subway

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66th St - Lincoln Ctr

3 min walk, 0.23 miles

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59th St - Columbus Circle

3 min walk, 0.38 miles

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59th St - Columbus Circle

4 min walk, 0.17 miles

Management Notes and FAQs

There is a $20.00 processing fee required for each leaseholder and guarantor application.

Please inquire with a leasing representative for further details. Please note that corporate leases are not accepted in all buildings.

We invite you to save time by applying online at brodsky.com, by using the "Apply" link. You may also visit a leasing office and complete the application in person.

Please submit all application materials to your leasing representative or upload them into our portal; we do not suggest emailing sensitive documents such as these. You, your employer, landlord, and your bank may be contacted by Brodsky personnel or a third party, our credit, and verification service, to verify the information provided.

Each application is unique, but we pride ourselves on turning around each application as quickly as possible, generally within 24-48 hours.

Qualifying applicants must demonstrate a total combined annual gross income of at least 40x the monthly rent. Guarantors must demonstrate a total combined annual gross income of at least 80x the monthly rent.

1. PROOF OF INCOME: The documents must consist of at least one of the following.

- SIGNED EMPLOYMENT LETTER: Must be on business stationery confirming job title, salary, length of employment, and amount of guaranteed bonuses, if any. The letter must be dated within the last 30 days.

- PAYSTUBS: Two most recent W-2

- We can also accept THE WORK NUMBER if your employer uses this automated verification system. (This may impose an additional fee.)

2. Two most recent bank statements from your primary checking and/or savings accounts

3. Photo ID

Yes. Guarantors must demonstrate a total combined annual gross income of at least 80x the monthly rent.

Guarantors must demonstrate a total combined annual gross income of at least 80x the monthly rent.

We accept U.S. guarantors, and, The Guarantors and Rhino insurance policies.

We accept The Guarantors and Rhino insurance policies.

Each applicant must submit the following within 24-48 hours of applying:

1. PROOF OF INCOME: The documents must consist of at least one of the following.

-- SIGNED EMPLOYMENT LETTER: Must be on business stationery confirming job title, salary, length of employment, and amount of guaranteed bonuses, if any. The letter must be dated within the last 30 days.

- PAYSTUBS: Two most recent W2

- We can also accept THE WORK NUMBER if your employer uses this automated verification system. (This may impose an additional fee.)

2. Two most recent Bank Statements from your primary checking and/or savings accounts

3. Photo ID

We will require a U.S. guarantor, The Guarantors, or Rhino insurance policies.

- School enrollment documents or an official class schedule

- Two most recent bank statements

- Photo ID

If you are self-employed, we require an application and income verification consisting of the past two years’ Individual Tax Returns, and a signed letter from your CPA verifying the last two years’ Adjusted Gross Income (AGI). Self-prepared tax returns will not be accepted. Additionally, we will require your two most recent bank statements and Photo ID.

We are able to offer a 12 or 24-month lease term. In some instances, we may be able to offer flexible lease terms. Please contact a leasing representative for further information.

Please contact a leasing representative to discuss. This may be possible in some buildings, but we would never offer less than a 3-month lease term.

Yes, all leases can be signed remotely and digitally.

You will be required to pay the first months’ rent and a security deposit, equal to one months’ rent, at the time of the lease signing. In select buildings, we may offer a security deposit that is less than one month's rent.

We will require digital payment for the first month's rent and security deposit within one business day of signing the lease.

No, an additional security deposit is not permitted by law. We are allowed to collect up to one month's rent for the purpose of security.

Yes, you will be sent an invite to our portal in order to pay online either one-time or recurring rent payments. Both options are available.

The Brodsky Organization is proud to be pet-friendly. There are no required weight limits, or associated pet fees/deposits. However, we are only able to allow non-aggressive breeds. For a full list of the restricted breeds please contact a leasing representative. We allow up to two (2) pets per household.

Heat and hot water are included in your rent. Additional utilities vary between buildings.

Please inquire with the Leasing Representative for further details. Amenity fees vary between buildings.

There are no move-in fees except at 24 Fifth Avenue because it is a Cooperative.

The only partition permitted in Brodsky Buildings is the ‘walk-around-wall’ from Living Spaces. This partition is not attached to the ceiling and does not have a door. There are 3 options to select from. Please contact the leasing representative for further details. We are unable to allow any form of partition in 160 W. 71st Street at this time.

Building Reviews (9)

200 West 60th Street, New York, NY, 10023

Anonymous
Dec 17, 2016

Tenant:

Pros:

The staff is fabulous! Professional and attentive. I just renewed my lease for the third time and believe the building is the best value in the Lincoln Square neighborhood. I would have given the building 5 stars were the laundry room better maintained and cleaned.

200 West 60th Street, New York, NY, 10023

Anonymous
Dec 12, 2016

Tenant:

Pros:

Family friendly apartments. My patio studio is Huge and affordable. The staff are friendly and the building is well kept. The views from the roof are astounding.

200 West 60th Street, New York, NY, 10023

Anonymous
Nov 20, 2016

Tenant:

Pros:

Great staff ...Always ready to help and to answer questions. Great location, near all that we need. Transportation around the corner for bus, and 2 block from subway...Near my work....Thanks for everything....

200 West 60th Street, New York, NY, 10023

Anonymous
Oct 25, 2016

Tenant:

Pros:

We've lived in Concerto for over 7 years and love living in this building! It's well managed and the staff is very friendly and helpful. Best super we've ever had.

200 West 60th Street, New York, NY, 10023

Anonymous
Sep 28, 2016

Tenant:

Pros:

Very good staff, excellent response time to any issues. Convenient location, 2 blocks from Columbus circle and right next to the Gertrude Elderly Center which has a pool too. Cheapest parking in the area as well.

200 West 60th Street, New York, NY, 10023

Anonymous
Aug 08, 2016

Tenant:

Pros:

I moved in June and so far, so great! The staff has been super friendly and helpful. The noise levels facing north are great. Not loud at all. I also have zero noise from my neighbors.

200 West 60th Street, New York, NY, 10023

Anonymous
Aug 02, 2016

Tenant:

Pros:

My husband and I lived at the Concerto for over 2.5 years and it was one of the best experiences we've ever had with an NYC Building. The staff are all incredibly friendly and helpful, the building always well maintained, and located in an absolutely fantastic area of the city. We ended up moving to the West Coast, but if we were still in New York, we'd still be 100% living there - we miss it every day! Dan, Meghan & Jetty Ross

Anonymous
Sep 29, 2015

Tenant:

Pros:

The Good: - Southern balcony views are quite stunning. - The doormen are very courteous and friendly. - The gym is usually not very busy. - Easy to do laundry in the building. - Kitchen appliances are new and functional. - Lots of storage space in the kitchen.

Cons:

Have lived it he building for 6 months now.The Negatives and the Reason for my 1 star: - Stay away from the H line of apartments. They loop around the elevators and the elevators are very noisy. Not sure if others are any better. - Street noise in the higher floors is extremely loud. We need a noisemaker to drown it out at night. I think this could all be due to the fact that this is really an old building and maybe the windows etc. weren't replaced even though the apartment has been renovated. - Building management is extremely slow and non-responsive. We've been complaining about the elevator for six months now to no avail. Keep getting shifted from one person to the next. - For spending about $5500 for a two-bedroom you'd expect to get decent responsiveness. I don't think we'd make this choice again if we had to. There's a few other buildings between us and Columbus circle that we've heard have better managements.

Anonymous
Jan 14, 2015

Tenant:

Pros:

my friends live here..they live on a very high floor...they have amazing views of the city!!! at one point we could see central park (2 blocks away) but a giant building is now blocking their view =( but i can see the hudson river, the freedom tower and so much more!each room has it's own separate (and a bit archaic) temperature control (heating/AC)...they work very well...but they are loud and clanky (woke me up at night).there is a hospital across the street...so i heard sirens all night.there is a doorman who opens the door for you...there is a reception desk...and they know who you are (i was visiting and after my first entry they knew exactly who i was and where i was going)we had late night fun climbing the 36 flights of stairs..ha! it was a blast!trash and recycling is picked up multiple times a day from the hallway...sweet! never any buildup of trash in your apartment.did i say the views are fabulous? well they are! as far as the noises go..i would imagine that if i lived there i would eventually be immune to hearing them...seeing that i am currently used to San Diego peace and quiet.