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- Listing status changed from Available to Rented on 2016-06-27 View Listing
- Listing price was changed from $2,025 to $2,100 on 2016-05-07 View Listing
- Listing status changed from Off Market to Available on 2016-05-07 View Listing
- Listing status changed from Available to Off Market on 2015-07-21 View Listing
- Listing price was changed from $1,950 to $2,025 on 2015-05-07 View Listing
- Listing status changed from Rented to Available on 2015-05-07 View Listing
- Listing status changed from Available to Rented on 2014-04-17 View Listing
- Listing price was changed from $2,000 to $1,950 on 2014-03-24 View Listing
- Listing price was changed from $2,100 to $2,000 on 2014-03-04 View Listing
- Listing price was changed from $2,175 to $2,100 on 2014-01-28 View Listing
- Listing price was changed from $2,350 to $2,175 on 2014-01-16 View Listing
- This unit was listed for Rent for $2,350 on 2014-01-11 View Listing
This building was last registered at the Department of Housing Preservation and Development on Aug. 25, 2015 and the registration expires Sept. 1, 2016.
- 252 E 33rd St #2R, 10016
- Square Footage
- Lot Type
- 16.67ft x 74.0ft
- Historic District
- Community District
- City Council
- Police Precinct
- Fire Company
- School District
- Census Tract
- Zoning District
- Commercial Overlay
- Special Purpose
- Limited Height
- Tax Class
- MV Land
- MV Total
- AV Land
- AV Total
Floor Area Ratio
- Built FAR
- Zoned FAR 7.52
Max 9,272.16 sq. ft.
Remaining 6,257.16 sq. ft.
- Zoned FAR 2.0
Max 2,466.0 sq. ft.
Remaining -549.0 sq. ft.
- Zoned FAR 7.5
Max 9,247.5 sq. ft.
Remaining 6,232.5 sq. ft.
- Walk Up Apartments
- Converted Dwellings Or Rooming House
- Land Use
- Multi-Family Walk-Up Buildings
- Year Built
- Residential Units
- Total Units
- Floor Area
- Full Basement Above Grade
This property is located in the 17th Precinct of Manhattan.
** This does not take daytime population into account. Actual crime rates in areas where many people work (higher daytime population) may be lower. Conversely actual crime rates may be higher in areas where many people commute out for work (lower daytime population).
In 2015 the 17th Precinct saw 1014 felony property crimes (Burglary, Grand Larceny and Grand Larceny of Motor Vehicle) committed per 100,000 residents**. This is lower then the borough's property crime rate, which was 1219 over the same period.
In 2015 the 17th Precinct saw 158 felony violent crimes (Murder, Rape, Robbery and Felony Assault) committed per 100,000 residents**. This is lower then the borough's violent crime rate, which was 444 over the same period.