Building & Unit Features
A Piece of 1930s Manhattan - Updated for Today This quintessential Manhattan Art Deco apartment has been impeccably renovated with respect for the original detail. The generous pre-war studio layout has a large separate dressing room, windowed bath with original tile, restored oak floors, and a new stone and stainless kitchen. There is an exceptional amount of storage including three closets and built-in shelving, as well as period details including a beamed ceiling and Art Deco molding. In addition, this quiet, rear facing home receives southern light all day through the perfectly preserved casement windows which frame the Empire State Building.
This well-managed cooperative building was designed by architects Bien and Prince, designers of the Carlyle Hotel, and offers an attended lobby during the week, laundry room, storage room, bike storage, two elevators, live-in super, and a spectacular roof deck. The central location is near Grand Central and the Grand Central Market, surrounded by outstanding local restaurants and shops, and a short distance from the theatre and fashion districts. No dogs allowed, but Pied-a-Terre’s and parental purchasing are welcome in this move-in-ready Murray Hill home. Monthly Maintenance $634.
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