106 Central Park S, Apt 2E

$890,000

Midtown

Studio, 1 BA

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Apartment Details

Studio

Beds

1

Bath

2

Rooms

573

Square Feet

Maintenance
$1,525

*48hrs notice required for showings. Tenant occupied till January 4th*
This large studio apartment is located across the street from Central Park, in one of the most thought after buildings in the area. Completely remodeled and elegantly decorated, this charming unit offers a pleasant and luminous southern exposure. Finished with high-end details, it features hardwood floors, a white quartz countertop with breakfast stools, great lighting throughout, and stylish built-ins. The elegant kitchen boasts top of the line appliances, including a wine cooler and Sub-Zero fridge. The living area is ample enough to allow for a proper dining corner and the bedroom area could easily be closed off. Hidden to the left of the entrance, the bathroom is decorated with limestone tiles and chromes fixtures. Two ample closets, one of which conceals a washer/dryer combo, make this the perfect comfortable studio to call home.
Trump Parc, a white glove building with full-time doorman and concierge, as well as in-house valet services, is conveniently located near Columbus Circle and the Fifth Avenue shopping district.

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Courtesy of: KWNYC Midtown
Property: 106 Central Park S

1930

Year Built

340

Apartments

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