Kips Bay

$6,500,000

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151 East 30th Street is a Kips Bay walk-up building comprised of 11 residential units (8 free market, 2 rent stabilized, and 1 temporarily exempt). The garden apartment is a two-bedroom, while all other floors comprised of two one-bedroom apartments. The rent roll is substantially below market on all free market apartments. This is an excellent opportunity to combine units or increase bedroom counts in all apartments from one to two bedrooms. Located within 4 blocks of the 6 train and under ½ mile from the N,R,W on a lovely tree-lined street. This is the first time the property is being offered for sale in nearly 50 years.

Courtesy of: Stephen P. Wald Real Estate Associates
Property: Kips Bay

1930

Year Built

5

Stories

  • Pre war Pre war

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Kips Bay, once described by the NY Times as a “resolutely urban hybrid,” is a combination of modern high-rises, older condo buildings and brownstone-lined side streets, situated among a multitude of shops, bars and restaurants. Despite the bustling bar scene on Third Avenue, Kips Bay, bordered on the north by Murray Hill and on the south by Gramercy Park, has a reputation for being low-key and unpretentious. Kips Bay residents appreciate the area’s relatively economical rents, low crime rate and easy commute to other neighborhoods, and ease of access to the FDR, NYU institutions and hospitals on its eastern border.


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