Apartment 4F is a bright and welcoming one bedroom plus oversized home office, two-bathroom unit located in the legendary Hit Factory building.
With soaring 11 foot ceilings and massive north-facing windows, 4F is cheerful and open. The extra-large living room provides plenty of space for dining and for entertaining. The open kitchen is accompanied by a long breakfast bar and is suited with high-end stainless steel appliances by Sub-Zero and Bosch. The expansive king-size bedroom offers two large closets and a gorgeous en-suite master bath that is equipped with a deep soaking tub, separate shower, and double vanity. The apartment also features a large home office which makes for the ultimate den or guest suite. The second full bathroom is located directly across the hall from the home office.
The Hit Factory was converted from a recording studio into luxury residences in 2006. The building offers a part-time doorman, a package room, resident parking garage, a fitness center, private storage, and last but not least a roof deck with spectacular skyline views. What was once home to the likes of Bruce Springsteen, The Beatles, and Madonna can now be yours! The Hit Factory is located in the heart of the vivacious Hell's Kitchen neighborhood. It is surrounded by fabulous restaurants, great shops, and public transportation.
The westside neighborhood of Hell’s Kitchen is so nicknamed because of its past notoriety, but the neighborhood’s adjacency to midtown businesses and the theater district has sustained widespread gentrification spanning the past several decades. The increasingly upscale Hell’s Kitchen, a perpetually iconic neighborhood due to its history, and countless restaurant and nightlife options, is now home to young professionals, as well as long-time residents. Hell’s Kitchen, with its tree-lined side streets, is home to the much-publicized Hudson Yards Redevelopment, yet remains more affordable than some other neighborhoods similarly referenced in pop culture, like nearby Chelsea.
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