1600 East Avenue Apartments

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1600 East Avenue, Rochester, NY 14610 [Directions]
Monday - Friday: 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Wheelchair Accessible
Cats Only (Up to 2)
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[WWW]Tri-City Rentals
585 244 6350
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1600 East Avenue Apartments offers Manhattan-style living in the East Avenue Historic District.

Amenities include:

The club level of the building used to house the restaurant Bistro 1600.


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2008-10-27 18:54:22   what the heck is Manhattan-style living? —EastSideStephen

2008-10-30 17:29:25   Manhattan-style living generally means two things: the apartments have spacious rooms, and the apartment complex has lots of amenities, like a business center, concierge desk, and fitness center. It's akin to what you'd find in Manhattan, thus the term. Hope I helped! —1600EastAve

2009-06-06 21:48:44   Just moved in and have lived here for a month. So far it has been the most wonderful experience. Very wonderful and professional staff and excellent amenities!! If you are looking to live in Rochester I would definitely suggest living here based on my experiences thus far. —dcovel001

2012-11-07 07:54:37   When I think Manhattan-style, I think small, cramped 5th floor walkup with a kitchen/living room/dining room. This seems more Chicago-style. —PDub

2012-11-07 18:49:00   For myself, the term "Manhattan style" would include lousy parking and vermin. Perhaps a panhandler at the entrance, as well. —alex-c

2012-11-07 22:56:17   For what it's worth, my wife's Grandmother lived here for years, though she died a decade ago and so my info may be out of date. The building was generally well maintained, and the apartments were nice. But I think the only people I saw under 70 years of age were kids/grandkids who were visiting. It sounds like they're trying to target a younger crowd now. —richmulvey