Commercial Real Estate Guide: Property Management: About NYC Apartment Management

July 20, 2021 - Spotlights

NYC Apartment Management reflects principal Adam Kapner’s ten years of experience managing properties in Manhattan and the Hamptons.

Kapner founded NYC Apartment Management in 2013. It was a natural transition from his prior property management career. Kapner spent ten years refining his skills by managing properties in Manhattan, the Hamptons, and the tri-state area. Kapner most recently worked as the senior property manager of a 250-unit property in Gramercy Park. He managed a staff of ten and directed the marketing initiatives for the properties, and also oversaw construction. During his career managing properties, Kapner averaged an impressive vacancy rate of a mere 1%.

Every landlord, property owner and investor is different. NYC Apartment Management strives to bring excellent results to each of our clients. This is precisely why we offer you a comprehensive service package customized specifically for you. You and your property are unique, and you and your property deserve a management company that takes pride in designing your unique service package.

We Know Your Property is Your Biggest Investment

Co-ops & Condos: We specialize in providing personalized services to smaller properties while maintaining cost-effective pricing. We understand that smaller buildings demand the same level of complex services as large New York City co-ops and condominiums.

Brownstones: We are experts in managing brownstones in historic neighborhoods of Brooklyn and Manhattan. We provide our customary quality services to the unique requirements of New York City’s traditional brownstones.

Rentals: We provide the most efficient and cost-effective method to rent your units for market-value rents. We maximize our long-standing relationships with all major brokerage houses to ensure that your units are quickly rented.

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