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Park Towers South

330 West 58th Street, New York, NY, 10019
Rental Building in Hell's Kitchen
$4,538 | 1 Bed
361 Units | 20 Floors | Built in 1965
Managed By Goldfarb Properties

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1 Active Rental Listings

Date Apt# Rent Beds Baths Months Free Date Available OP Rent Stabilize
2024-04-18 16D $4,538 1 1.0 1.0 Now

89 Past Rental Listings

Date Apt# Rent Beds Baths Months Free Date Available OP Rent Stabilize
2024-03-20 15K $4,125 1 1.0 1.0
2024-03-20 16D $4,674 1 1.0 1.0
2024-03-20 11E $4,750 1 1.0
2024-02-27 09C $3,999 1 1.0
2024-02-27 08N $4,750 1 1.0
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Building Amenities

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330 West 58th Street, New York, NY Doorman Doorman
330 West 58th Street, New York, NY Elevator Elevator(2)
330 West 58th Street, New York, NY Gym Gym
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330 West 58th Street, New York, NY No Fee Building
330 West 58th Street, New York, NY Parking / Garage Parking / Garage

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Building Price Range

1 Bed
$3,100 - $4,000

Broker Fee Savings

1 Bed
$4,260

Subway

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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

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57th St

4 min walk, 0.28 miles

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7th Ave

6 min walk, 0.23 miles

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50th St

5 min walk, 0.08 miles

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66th St - Lincoln Ctr

3 min walk, 0.23 miles

Management Notes and FAQs

There are several ways to see an apartment. Many of our units are equipped with digital locks and can be viewed whenever is convenient to you. Look for the Book +SelfTour button on the listing, click the link and download the free Walk.In app to view all +SelfTour units

For those units without +SelfTour, or for any other questions – you can click on Contact Us and one of our agents will be in touch.

Click the Apply Now on the listing page to get started. The entire leasing process can be completed online.

Generally, applicants must demonstrate a total annual household income of at least 43x the monthly rent and have a credit score of at least 650 with acceptable credit history. For example, if the rent for an apartment is $2,000 a month, the applicant(s) must demonstrate no less than $86,000 in annual income ($2,000 X 43) Additionally, we review an applicant’s capacity to pay the rent after meeting their current monthly debt obligations.

If you have a housing voucher, you are required to have an income that is 40 times your portion of the monthly rent and have a credit score of at least 650 with acceptable credit history. For example, if your portion of the rent is $500, the applicant(s) must document no less than $20,000 in annual income ($500 X 40). Additionally, we review an applicant's capacity to pay the rent after meeting their current monthly debt obligations.

If you have a housing voucher that covers 100% of your monthly rent there is no income or credit requirement.

A guarantor must meet our credit and income guidelines and have the capacity to meet their current monthly debt obligations and have the capacity to pay the rent for the unit they are attempting to guarantee.

Typically, applicants are required to supply:

Most recent W2 form
Four most recent pay stubs, and/or any documentation verifying any other sources of income
Color scans of government-issued ID (usually a driver's license or passport) & Social Security card
Three most recent Bank or Credit Union statements.
Proof of ability to pay first month's rent and required security deposit.
On review of each application, there may be a need for additional documentation.

Building Leasing Office Location

Manhattan Office


315 West 57th Street


New York, NY 10019


(212) 262-1675

Building Leasing Office Hours

Monday            9 AM-5:30 PM


Tuesday            9 AM-5:30 PM


Wednesday      9 AM-5:30 PM


Thursday          9 AM-5:30 PM


Friday                9 AM-5:30 PM


Saturday           Closed


Sunday              Closed

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Building Reviews (1)

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Ac2252
Nov 11, 2022

Former Tenant: 2015 - 2022

Pros:

Great Staff and great location.

Cons:

STAY AWAY. They are going to try to charge you for their renovations and REFUSE TO PROVIDE RECEIPTS.

I stayed at the Park Towers South property for 7 years. Do not stay in any of their properties. Based on my experience they are completely disrespectful of their tenants, treat their staff terribly, and they are going to try to steal your deposit without providing any proof. First, I have personally seen members of the landlord's family who reside in the building treat the doormen extremely rudely and yelling at them in the lobby in front of tenants. In 2022, this behavior is unacceptable. A privileged individual should not be allowed to treat their employees in that way simply because of the inequity in power. Second, their behavior throughout the pandemic was horrific and very disrespectful to the tenants (constant renovations during which you could not be in your apartment and the landlord's refusal to take into account the disturbance they were causing). Third, I moved out a few days ago and now they are trying to charge me with renovations of the apartment claiming that I cause damage that I never did (e.g., stains on the floor that were there when I moved in and curtain rods that were also there when I moved in). They also want to charge me $100 for a set of keys!!!! Similarly excessive amounts are listed on the list of purported damages. I offered to mitigate the damage but they refused and insist that I pay the arbitrary amounts they set without ANY proof or invoices from contractors. When I said I would pay the invoices as soon as I received them, their lawyer threatened me with a summons and complaint and said that I could subpoena the bills through litigation. I suspect that they are about to wholly renovate the apartment (like they have done with others before and they are just trying to squeeze money out of me even though they are going to completely tear down everything-- this is the type of people you will be dealing with). They are asking for money but refusing to provide receipts!!! That is the level of bad faith I am dealing with. You can contact me and I am happy to give you the full rundown as well as recommendations for other buildings in that area. Do not live in a building of people who are going to try and steal your money, do not respect their tenants and mistreat their employees.