House in Harlem

309 W 139 St is a house located at 309 W 139th St, New York, NY 10030, in the area is commonly known as Harlem.

Built in 1899, this low rise building is 3 stories tall and contains 1 apartments. It is owned by Hargrow, Paul and managed by Paul Hargrow.

Because this is a house, each unit is owned by individual owners. If there are any available rentals you'll need to contact the owners individually or contact a real estate broker to inquire about availabilities. Also, you can try calling the building management or super to ask if they know of any tenants planning to sublet soon.

1 Apartments
3 Floors
1899 Year Built

Building Facts

Year Built
1899
Year Renovated
0
Style
19th century
Total Apartments
1 apartments (0 per floor)
Total Floors
3
Owner
HARGROW, PAUL
Management
unknown
Problems
3 issues found
Building Class
A9
Built Area
3,400 ft2
Lot Area
1,699 ft2 (17.0 × 99.92)
FAR
2.0
Zoning District
R7-2

Nearby Transit

  • A A B B C C at 135th St, 4 min.
  • A A B B C C D D at 145th St, 9 min.
  • 2 2 3 3 at 135th St, 10 min.
  • 3 3 at 145th St, 11 min.
  • 1 1 at 137th St - City College, 11 min.
  • 3 3 at Harlem - 148 St, 13 min.
Map of 309 W 139th St, New York, NY 10030

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Complaints, Violations & Permits

Summary
Litigation: Litigation action - Heat and Hot Water (open)

Cases in which HPD seeks an order to restore and maintain heat and hot water at a residential building and civil penalties.

Status last updated on Apartable at 2013-05-02 05:16:44 UTC.
Litigation: Litigation action - CONH (open)

Before applying to the Department of Buildings for a permit to demolish or reconfigure some buildings, including single room occupancy multiple dwellings and some multiple dwellings in several zoning districts, the owner must obtain a Certification of No Harassment (CONH) from HPD. The owner submits an application and HPD investigates and determines whether to issue a CONH. If HPD determines that there is reasonable cause to believe that harassment occurred, a hearing is held before the Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings (OATH). After OATH issues its findings and recommendation, HPD determines whether to issue a CONH. A finding of harassment prevents the owner from obtaining certain types of demolition and alteration permits for three years in the case of single room occupancy multiple dwellings and permanently (unless the owner complies with an affordable housing requirement) in the case of other properties.

Status last updated on Apartable at 2013-05-02 05:16:44 UTC.
Litigation: Litigation action - CONH (open)

Before applying to the Department of Buildings for a permit to demolish or reconfigure some buildings, including single room occupancy multiple dwellings and some multiple dwellings in several zoning districts, the owner must obtain a Certification of No Harassment (CONH) from HPD. The owner submits an application and HPD investigates and determines whether to issue a CONH. If HPD determines that there is reasonable cause to believe that harassment occurred, a hearing is held before the Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings (OATH). After OATH issues its findings and recommendation, HPD determines whether to issue a CONH. A finding of harassment prevents the owner from obtaining certain types of demolition and alteration permits for three years in the case of single room occupancy multiple dwellings and permanently (unless the owner complies with an affordable housing requirement) in the case of other properties.

Status last updated on Apartable at 2013-05-02 05:16:45 UTC.

Note: past or pending litigation isn't necessarily indicative of a serious problem with a building or landlord.

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Property Taxes for 309 W 139 St

Year Assessed Value Market Value
2009/2010 $14,657 $844,000
2010/2011 $14,804 $971,000
2011/2012 $14,804 $935,000
2012/2013 $15,675 $963,000
2013/2014 $16,593 $1,044,000
2014/2015 $17,588 $1,028,000
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