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Description

Description

Formerly the FBI headquarters, The Fairfax has a unique architectural and historical background. The building’s refined apartments offer unique, one-of-a-kind layouts featuring luxurious closet space, sleek kitchen designs with stainless steel appliances, newly-renovated baths, and sound-resistant, double-paned windows. Many units also feature expansive private terraces and striking 9-foot beamed ceilings.

The Fairfax blends sophistication and comfort to form a distinctive yet modern residence. The building offers a 24-hour concierge service, modern fitness facility, an indoor children’s playroom, and an outdoor children’s play area. Residents also enjoy a gorgeous fully-landscaped rooftop lounge.

The Fairfax is located on a tree-lined street on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, surrounded by prestigious museums and galleries, high-end boutiques, award-winning restaurants, and just a few short blocks away from Central Park. With its charming architectural design, modern homes, and upscale location, The Fairfax is a perfect choice for your cosmopolitan lifestyle in New York City.

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Features & Amenities

Building Features & Amenities

Building

  • 24-hour Concierge
  • Children's Playroom
  • Elevator
  • Fitness Center
  • Landscaped Roof Deck
  • Laundry In Building
  • Live-in Super
  • Non-smoking
  • Parking Garage
  • Pet-Friendly
  • Valet
Neighborhood

Neighborhood

Central Park Flowers

Upper East Side

A unique and pleasing feature of the Upper East Side is that the inviting community welcomes a mix of residents from students to professionals and families.

What used to be a dry entertainment desert is now the posh mixed with fun, complete with rich culture and architecture.  In fact, the diversity of UES residents is reflected in the steadily increasing variety of area bars and restaurants, from simple cafes to sophisticated, top-rated wine bars and globally recognized fine dining establishments.

Situated between East 59th and 110th Streets, Upper East Side Manhattan, also known as UES, stretches from Central Park to the East River. The most priceless buildings in the Upper East Side may be located along the Fifth Avenue "Museum Mile." Museums and art galleries here include the Guggenheim, The Frick Collection and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Another famous section is Hospital Row. Top research and health-care facilities here include the world-renowned Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York Presbyterian Hospital, and Rockefeller University.

A hidden UES jewel is the Roosevelt Island Tramway, connecting gorgeously manicured Roosevelt Island on the East River to Manhattan at 60th Street. For less than five brief minutes, riders gaze at the seasonal beauty below as they float above the city and river. The Upper East Side is also prized for its excellent public and specialized schools, as well as private clubs and some of the city's most exclusive Madison Ave, Fifth Ave and Park Ave shops, boutiques, and salons.

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FAQS

FAQS

How can I see an apartment or building?

We have on-site leasing offices at each of our rental properties. Contact the building directly and schedule an appointment or just drop in. One of the agents will be delighted to give you a tour of their building, the common areas and the apartments that are available. They can help you get to know the neighborhood, figure out how to layout your apartment and guide you through the application process.

What income do I need to qualify?

Tenants are required to have an annual income equal to 45 times the monthly rent. If the rent is $2,000 a month, an applicant must document no less then $90,000 (45 x $2,000). If the apartment is to be shared, the sum of all applicants’ income will be considered.



Can I use a guarantor?

Yes, guarantors must document annual income equal to 75 times the monthly rent. Additional security may be required for guarantors that do not reside in the tri-state area.

How much is the security deposit?

One month’s rent is the standard deposit. Additional security may be required under certain circumstances.


How long does it take to process an application?

An application can be approved and processed within a few hours providing the applicant has the required documentation.


What documentation is required?

  • A completed TF Cornerstone application
  • Depending upon building location, a $75 or $100 check for each applicant and guarantor payable to TF Cornerstone
  • A complete copy of a recent bank statement
  • A copy of photo ID
  • An employment verification letter, or three consecutive pay stubs
  • A landlord reference letter


  • In some cases, Income Tax returns may be requested

What checks do I need at the lease signing?

Upon lease signing, you will need certified or bank checks for the first month’s rent and the required security deposit.

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Leasing Office Hours

Mon - Fri10am - 6pm

Sat - Sun11am - 6pm

Overview

201 E 69th Street
Between Second and Third Ave.
Upper East Side
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Built in 1900
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16 floors
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