Cunningham Heights Apartments

Cunningham Heights Apartments

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20870 Grand Central Parkway, Queens Village, NY 11427
$1,605/mo

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1 Bed, 1 Bath

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ihateny

Resident 1991 - 2016

1/22/2016

Roach infested, rat infested and parking is horrible. Noting is every fixed, the supers will only band aid the issue. pipes in the bathroom leak like crazy and i have to have my bathroom walls plastered every single year. Instead of actually fixing the leakingSee More >

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Anonymous
Asked on: 03/19/2018
Q: Can you hear your neighbors?
D’Sa
Answered on: 05/26/2020
A: Yes, it can be noisy here. Some neighbors act like they own the place, and make their presence known by having habitually long, loud, and worthless conversations in the hallway, (in their mother tongue, and especially with the opposite sex). They let their middle school age kids run around screaming in the hallways. Hallways are not playgrounds. Some like to play loud music, or worse, “sing” at the top of their lungs, (in their mother tongue). They mimic a screeching, screaming, crazy, drunk lunatic about to be hauled off to a mental facility for immediate confinement, and strict close observation. This manic “singing” goes on for hours on end, on randomly sporadic days, reaching outside their open window and spilling onto the sidewalk. It’s a free unwanted concert that speaks of a severe mental illness that requires medical attention. They run around inside their apartment and in the hallways wearing platform shoes/boots stomping around all the time. There are some who constantly fight with, yell at, and even physically attack their live-in male partners. These are the same ones who complain to management about every tiny thing, such as the rent is “too high”, and that they’re entitled to free hotel rooms if maintenance is being done inside their apartment. They pick petty fights with other neighbors, usually single females and the elderly. They report neighbors who smoke, or walk their dogs around. They park illegally, even in the handicapped spots or the bus stop zone. They double park and block other people’s cars from getting out. They confront people in the laundry room and parking lot, basically telling them to hurry up and leave. They also tell their visitors, (especially when having a party), to take up all the spots in the free parking lots, and the other neighbors who have legit parking stickers have to find parking on the street. They habitually ring everybody’s door buzzers in the lobby to get inside the building because they “forgot” their keys once again, and don’t even explain themselves or apologize. They bang on people’s doors constantly and yell out their names when they could simply use the doorbell or just knock a couple of times. This is different from hearing a tv playing, a door slamming, moderate talking in the hallways, dogs occasionally barking, or babies and toddlers crying. These are noises that can be controlled. The noisy people here are bullies who also disrespect the basic rules of management and pay their rent late. They can’t even dispose of their trash properly and constantly block the trash chute or fill up the recycling bin with non-recyclable items. The reason why most people continue to stay here is because the rental prices are highly competitive with the going rate of other apartment complexes in the area. The buildings and surrounding areas are very well maintained. Management is accessible, caring, and no nonsense. Most neighbors are quiet, respectful, and follow the rules. The ones mentioned are giving the neighborhood a bad name

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Cunningham Heights Apartments is an apartment in Queens Village in zip code 11427. This community has a 1 Bed, 1 Bath Nearby cities include Fresh Meadows, Flushing, Kew Gardens, Forest Hills, and Richmond Hill. 11375, 11432, 11361, 10018, and 11001 are nearby zips.