How to find a good Management Company for a 20-unit condo building in Manhattan?

Asked by Vasya, 10021 Tue Jan 6, 2009

I am one of the owners in 20-unit condominium building on Upper East Side.
We are considering replacing our current management company since they are doing very poor job in servicing our building.
Is it hard to find and attract a good management company for such a small building?
Can anyone recommend a source/
Thank you and a Happy New Year.

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Sudika, Home Buyer, Patchogue, NY
Fri Feb 26, 2016
I would Highly Recommend The Management company I am working for .... Meridian Commercial Management, Inc...Real Estate Management :Leasing ;Sales. they are highly Organized and will Get the Job done with Respect and Professionalism. Meridian owns and operates over 20 properties .. Residential and Commercial ...Large and Small . Please call 631- 732-1616 or email The President John Kalin and please tell him Georgia referred you to him :) Johns email is ...You wont be disappointed .
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Lindsey Holm…, , Newark Airport and Port Newark, Newark, NJ
Fri Jun 12, 2009
Hi Vasya! If you are still looking and/or considering management for your building I would like for you to consider my firm. We are licensed managers with a portfolio of property from here to North Carolina. We are extremely hands-on and strive to go above and beyond to forgo management's involvement. If we can help, please feel free to contact me, Lindsey C. Holmes. Thanks!
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Mblevine, , New York, NY
Thu May 21, 2009
We're a company that specializes in small to medium sized Cooperatives and Condominiums in the area. 20-units is roughly $9k per year for full management services. You can see our main website at and our NYC office website at to learn more. If you haven't switched yet, please feel free to e-mail me at

Hope that helps!
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Peace, , New York, NY
Tue Feb 24, 2009
I am looking for great management myself and happened on your question to see if I could get some good leads. I do disagree with Richard. I have dealt with Kyrous Realty in the past and the manager, Harriet Kyrous does have attitude, is quite unreasonable and does not listen to anyone who is not on the board. The office is rude as well, they keep you on hold for a ridiculously long time, and seem to have a general disregard for people. While that may be the MO of the "ruthless real estate business," honest and decent people should not feel it, especially when paying NY prices.
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