INTRODUCING NEW YORK CITY LUXURY APARTMENTS. YOUR QUESTIONS. OUR ANSWERS.
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Q: What makes Gotham Organization different from other developers of luxury apartments in New York?
A: Gotham’s difference is eight decades of experience developing, building, and managing Luxury no fee apartments in NYC. As a privately owned and family-run business, Gotham Organization has made its mark on New York City’s real estate landscape, creating distinctive luxury apartments.
Q: Where is Atlas New York located?
A: Atlas New York is located in Midtown, also known as Midtown South. Just steps away from Bryant Park, Times Square, Penn Station, Grand Central Terminal, and Theater District. Our NoMad rentals are in the heart of the city’s most convenient neighborhood and offers easy access to a wide variety of cuisines, shopping and entertainment.
Q: What types of apartments does Atlas New York have to offer?
A: Atlas New York is a no fee luxury rental tower, featuring studios, alcoves, one and two bedroom apartments for rent in NYC. Add spectacular views, and you’ve got an unmatched luxury metropolitan living experience.
Q: What amenities are offered at Atlas New York?
A: Residents of Atlas New York can enjoy a private rooftop terrace with 360 degree views of New York City. Club Members have access to a fully equipped health club with tenant lounge, private zterrace with outdoor fireplace, a yoga studio, and complimentary breakfast each weekday. Additionally Atlas New York has a 24-hour doorman, concierge services, laundry services, and is a pet friendly apartment building.
Q: Do I need a broker to visit Atlas New York?
A: Atlas New York is a no fee luxury apartment building. This means that you can come in without a broker, and not have to pay any brokerage fees. Our Midtown no fee luxury apartments are the perfect place for you to call your next home.
Q: What do I need to apply?
A: Our application fee is $125 per applicant and may be completed online here or via our leasing agent. We require a photo ID, proof of income, a copy of a recent bank statement which includes your name and address, and a Landlord reference. If you do not meet the income requirement, then you can use Insurent or a Guarantor.