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Happy Ending at The Crest

Remember The Crest, the shiny new development at 63 Wall Street that greeted new residents last summer with luxe features including damp beds, closets opening into walls, and glitchy elevators? Tenants spoke out, brokers spoke back, and some folks even built themselves a spiffy message board. Now, cue the happy ending: the Crest Tenants Association has issued a press release announcing the settlement of issues with management. After the jump, the full PR, featuring words including but not limited to "cooperation," "goodwill," and "gas."

The Crest Tenants Association and 63 Wall Street Associates Announce Resolution and Settlement of Issues In a spirit of cooperation and goodwill, tenants at the Crest and 63 Wall Street Associates have resolved their past issues, have jointly reached an amicable settlement, and, the building has been greatly improved since August. Specifically, management has quickly completed construction of the various amenities which were promised, and has made improvements to gas, hot water, mail, laundry and elevator service.

63 Wall Street can now offer some of the finest amenities in New York, including:

. A complete, well-equipped gym
. A 10,000 square foot Great Room with entertainment, including pool/poker tables, a largescreen television, WiFi Internet access, baby grand piano, ample seating and a conference room
. A 21st floor terrace with sun chairs and a city view
. DVD rental and valet in an impressive lobby, with 24-hour front desk attendant
. Maintenance and lobby staff who are second to none
. Large laundry room with coinless equipment on the 4th floor

In the past few months the Crest has hosted tenant breakfasts, opened the Great Room with a grand celebration and has generally make excellent efforts to make 63 Wall Street a great home. We are pleased with the progress that has already taken place, and look forward to continuing to work together in establishing The Crest among the premier apartment complexes in the city.

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