Midtown

$890,000

1 BD, 1 BA

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Apartment Details

1

Bed

1

Bath

3

Rooms

721

Square Feet

Maintenance
$1,631

Please note:

This unit is occupied until March 2020. The current tenant is paying $4,200.00 a month.

This is a great opportunity for you to call this unique loft-like pre-war conversion, recently all painted, home. You will be in the middle of the NY City action with all kinds of conveniences, yet in your own quiet place!
It was built in 1922 and fully renovated in 2005. This unit offers urban loft living in a boutique condominium of only forty apartments with 720 Approx. SF making the best of any one-bedroom, one-bathroom home.
This unit features soaring eleven-foot ceilings with exposed detail, a private balcony and wide-plank Brazilian cherry wood floors throughout. The sleek, modern kitchen abounds with premium conveniences, including a GE Profile refrigerator, a Viking range and wine cooler.
The sumptuous bathroom, fitted with an innovative spa tub with heated backrest and massage. It is also trimmed in classic Carrera marble.
Additional amenities include a washer/dryer in the unit, an 18h doorman, and additional storage.

This unit is occupied until March 2020. The current tenant is paying $4,200.00 a month.

  • Laundry in unit Laundry in unit
  • Pets allowed Pets allowed
Courtesy of: Charles Rutenberg, LLC
Property: Midtown

1922

Year Built

14

Stories

  • Doorman Doorman
  • Storage Storage
  • Concierge Concierge
  • Elevator Elevator
  • Laundry in building Laundry in building
  • Pre war Pre war

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