Hudson Crossing

Hudson Crossing

(27 Reviews)
400 West 37th Street, Manhattan, NY 10018
$3,781 - $5,473/mo

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anonymous

Resident 2009

6/1/2009

First and foremost, it's very noisy especially in the evening (6-8PM). Saturday and Sunday nights are the worst because the building is next to Lincoln Tunnel; they keep honking every two seconds sometimes all night long until 4-5AM in the morning!! And shutting the windowSee More >
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anonymous

Resident 2009

5/31/2009

I'm writing this review at 5AM in the morning. Why? Because the crazy honks from the crossroad in front of the apartment woke me up. And it happens a lot especially on Saturday late night or Sunday evening (when people are trying to go backSee More >
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vukadino

Resident 2006 - 2009

5/1/2009

Poorly managed, overpriced, loud, too expensive. Stay away.See More >
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anonymous

Resident 2008

12/25/2008

I have lived in nearly a dozen different apartment buildings in the city and none of them have been so poorly managed as Hudson Crossing. My requests for basic maintenance in my apartment went unattended to right up until I demanded to be released fromSee More >
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hudsoncrossingisanightmare

Resident 2007 - 2008

10/20/2008

First lets get this straight, this buildng is not a full service building. I recently had a noisy party at 1AM above me through the concrete ceiling. I called down to the front desk, I was greeted by what seemed to be a concierge, whoSee More >
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anonymous

prospectiveVisited 2008

10/12/2008

noise, traffic, noiseSee More >
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anonymous

Resident 2007

9/6/2007

Decent location, but many transients in neighborhood being between Penn Station and Port Authority. Building very nice. Concierge in the morning seems to think its your job to greet her. Very rude on multiple occasions. Other staff very friendly and outgoing.See More >
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anonymous

Resident 2004 - 2006

7/25/2007

I lived in this building for almost two years. management responds quickly and contrary to what I have read someone else here write the concierges were very nice to me and my guests. the location is what it is - the entry to the tunnelSee More >
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anonymous

Resident 2007

4/14/2007

Building is nice, staff is friendly, neighbors nice. Traffic noise is really loud, even on 15th floor where I live. Entrance to Lincoln Tunnel literally wraps all the way around the building, and in the afternoons it is hard just to cross the street inSee More >
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anonymous

Resident 2006

11/4/2006

Here's a warning to residents & prosepctive residents. 25% of the building is low/moderate income housing. So while you're paying your market rents of $2500-$6000 a month for a studio, 1 bdrm or 2 bdrm, some hoodlums from harlem are paying oh about $700 aSee More >
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anonymous

Resident 2006 - 2007

5/22/2007

5.22.07 For an update, let me just say that you have to go out of your way and they will be nice to you. Mostly everyone is really friendly now, taking almost a year for that to happen. What a difference it makes toSee More >
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anonymous

Resident 2005 - 2006

8/11/2006

the good news first: the building is very well cared for. the gym is in nice shape, the staff is friendly and responsive, the apartments are exactly what you should expect given the price. if you have looked at them, are comfortable with the priceSee More >
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happyrenter10018

Resident 2006

7/31/2006

This building is one of a kind. Great staff, tenants, etc. Coming home is truly a pleasure! The building is attractive and always clean. Though I've only lived there for over a month, the staff already knows my name and alwaysSee More >
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anonymous

Resident 2004 - 2006

5/8/2006

Being from a small rural town in Pennsylvania and moving to the big city is enough of a culture shock. I found Hudson Crossing to be a fabulous place to live and quite safe and comfortable. Made the move to big city lifeSee More >
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NYAPPLE

Resident 2003 - 2006

3/1/2006

Truly home - the group of residents is diverse and friendly. Casual "get togethers" throughout the year have helped make friends. Build is keep spotless and the front desk group knows everyone by name! This prpoerty is the best kept secret in NYC. <br>-written bySee More >
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planetpages

Resident 2003 - 2004

7/31/2005

Location! Albeit entrance to Lincoln Tunnel, location is great for theater actors, musicians, and business people. Get a higher floor for good views towards 42nd St. and more peace and quiet. Mgmt is great, gym is adequate, terrace is for meeting neighbors.See More >
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Seanabbott4

Resident 2012

11/17/2012

Don't live here. First of all its basically a hotel and second the service is terrible. No point in a doorman if all they do is sit and watch movies.See More >
Manager

12/4/2012

Hudson Crossing
Thank you for taking the time to post your honest feedback. I do want our residents to be proud to call Hudson Crossing you home, and so I read every review posted about our community. It is important to know where our residents think we missed the mark, as well as where we have done well - so that we can improve Hudson Crossing for everyone. I am sorry you have had a negative experience, and I would be happy to discuss any of your concerns with you. You may contact me any time at [email protected] or at (212) 563-8000.
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Moorejessi

Resident 2011 - 2012

4/2/2012

After moving in with my boyfriend in his little studio at Hudson Crossing last year, we got engaged and decided to look for a bigger place. We told the management that we would be ending our lease, and they found us a great one bedroomSee More >
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itsascam

Resident 2011 - 2012

2/21/2012

After renting an overpriced studio for a year we moved out. We are currently waiting to see if they will return our deposit or if we will need to sue them. They claim the apt Management passes you back and forth and will tell youSee More >
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solarisaint

Resident 2011

4/8/2011

I moved in the Hudson Crossing about 2 months ago. The Building is great! The apts are immaculate, the staff is cool, the building has a great gym and a massive laundry room with state of the art washing machines.I heard some people complain about theSee More >
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anonymous

Resident 2011

4/8/2011

I've lived at Hudson Crossing for 2 years now. The staff is great, especially the girs in the Leasing Office. They are always friendly and helpful (and pretty)! The maintenance guys are great, although I've never had a serious issue, as well as the concierge,See More >
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dudeeric73

Resident 2010 - 2011

4/9/2011

Warning, Hudson Crossing is a trap. They raised my rent by 24%-30% (1 year lease/2 year lease) after the first year. The leasing agent is very misleading and will say anything to get you to sign a lease. She lied about how much the rentSee More >
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anonymous

Resident 2009 - 2010

12/4/2010

When I moved into this apartment building, there was a expensive and non-refundable move-in fee of $350. When my one year lease ended, the rent for my next lease term was raised by a whopping 15-20%! Also, I often see people with many luggages standingSee More >
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anonymous

Resident 2009 - 2010

9/22/2010

I recently moved out of Hudson Crossing apartments and was EXTREMELY UNHAPPY with my one year there. Not only was our rent raised 17% after this first year, but the corporation who owns the building has very obviously decided that using the majority (or atSee More >
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manali121093

prospectiveVisited 2016

11/21/2016

Worst Leasing management. The leasing office is extremely misleading. They do not inform the hike in rent unless you fill in the application. Application fees , security deposit wasn't mentioned earlier either. They do not respond to emails and when you call them they completelySee More >

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Asked on: 03/19/2018
Q: Can you hear your neighbors?

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Hudson Crossing is an apartment in Manhattan in zip code 10018. This community has a 1 Bed, 1 Bath Nearby cities include Mount Morris, New York, Weehawken, West New York, and Long Island City. 10001, 10036, 10001, 10019, and 10011 are nearby zips.