Beautiful and classic west facing one bedroom overlooking the boulevard and picturesque Strivers Row with higher floors receiving views of City College.
Gray oak floors are featured throughout, complementing the natural light that fills the spacious home. The open kitchen features modern Quartz countertops including a breakfast bar complete with a mosaic glass tile backsplash. A suite of stainless steel appliances by Fisher & Paykel are framed by wood grain lower cabinetry paired with white, high-gloss upper cabinetry. Sleek bathroom finishes include Florentine Carrara porcelain wall tile and Grigio Medio porcelain tile floors. A recessed medicine cabinet and wood vanity with integrated sink complete the space.
Tech-smart details and environmentally-conscious design set the tone for innovative living. WiFi enabled EcoBee smart thermostat with remote access, zoned climate control, Bosch washer and dryer, and USB charging ports make comfort and convenience instantly accessible. All residences are also pre-wired for cable, telephone and data. Heating and cooling are provided by a vertical water source heat pump system, and energy efficient windows are comprised of double-glazed, high performance, Low-E glass.
A suite of amenities includes an attended lobby, Rooftop Terrace, Entertaining Terrace, Party Room, Children's Playroom, Fitness Center and Pet Spa. Attended parking, bike storage and private storage are also available. Located just a few blocks from the 2, 3, A, C and B trains, this is the Manhattan you didn't know you could have. Inside and out, The Rennie gives new meaning to city living.
The complete offering terms are in an offering plan available from the Sponsor. File No. 18-0078
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