186 W 80th St # 5h

This Property At A Glance

Condo Building

This is a Condo Building.

186 W 80th St # 5h is a 13-floor Condo Building in New York near West 80th Street and Amsterdam Avenue. The building was built in 1920 and has 376 square feet of living space.

The closest subway access includes the 1 and 2 at Broadway & 79th St, there are 0 Citi Bike stations nearby, and the typical wait time for a taxi at 186 W 80th St # 5h is 62 seconds.

This address is zoned for New York City Public Schools, which is rated below average overall

Regarding weather, the average summer temperature is 76.5°F, while the average winter temperature is 32.1°F.

Building

Building Type
Condo
Floor Count
13
Build Year
1920
Building SQFT
376

Financial

Transportation

Subway Access

Broadway & 79th St
1
2
2 min
180 Central Park West
A
C
B
5 min

Taxi Stats

The typical wait time for a taxi is
62
seconds at West 80th Street and Amsterdam Avenue
In a typical hour
118
available taxis pass by West 80th Street and Amsterdam Avenue
In a typical hour
9
taxis pick up passengers at West 80th Street and Amsterdam Avenue
In a typical hour
8
taxis drop off passengers at West 80th Street and Amsterdam Avenue

Commute Stats

There are
0
Citi Bike Stations within 3 blocks of
The percent of households with at least one car in this area is
29%

Your Commute Times

School

School District

This property is zoned for
NEW YORK CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
This school district has
1,880
schools
There are
1,038,001
students enrolled in this district

Crime

Crime Risks (This data represents crime risk for the ZIP code of the property.)

Risk of burglary
in this area is
39%
higher than the national average
Risk of assault
in this area is
99%
higher than the national average
Risk of robbery
in this area is
99%
higher than the national average
Risk of rape
in this area is
57%
higher than the national average
Risk of murder
in this area is
99%
higher than the national average
Risk of car theft
in this area is
69%
higher than the national average

Weather & Natural Disasters