Showings are BY APPOINTMENT ONLY! The building doesn't allow public walk-ins.
Ideally located with tons of space, this sun-drenched apartment in the Bronx is calling your name. The beautifully renovated co-op offers gleaming hardwood floors, an open main living area, a huge bedroom, a bonus den, and a private terrace with postcard perfect skyline views. You can find all this at the iconic Executive Towers at 1020 Grand Concourse.
Entering the foyer, you’ll immediately notice the inviting great room concept, with a hallway to the left leading to private quarters. High ceilings and an abundance of natural light adds to the airy feel, complemented by blonde floors throughout. The main living and dining area features a giant pass-through window to the dual-entry kitchen with its granite counters, stainless steel appliances and wraparound mosaic backsplashes. You can eat at the breakfast bar or take meals out onto the fabulous covered deck overlooking the city.
A glass door leads into an oversized den with windows on two sides, a closet, an overhead fan and a separate entrance to the kitchen. This room is certainly large enough to be a second bedroom. Or perhaps your sunny work-from-home office? On the other side of the apartment is a hallway lined with closets, leading to the updated tiled bathroom plus the spacious primary bedroom with a wall of windows and an overhead fan. There’s plenty of room for a king-sized bed plus a sitting area or workspace.
Originally built in 1963 and designed by noted architect Philip Birnbaum, the modernist Executive Towers with its concave façade and curved balconies was recently renovated. You’ll enjoy a full-time doorman, a terrific lobby, multiple elevators, on-site dry cleaners and laundry, and optional parking. Plans for a gym have recently been approved.
The historic Grand Concourse has been likened to a boulevard of dreams. You’ll be across from the Bronx Museum of the Arts, steps from Joyce Kilmer Park and shouting distance from Yankee Stadium. The number of pubs, restaurants, shops and farmers’ markets is simply staggering. The building is at the corner of E. 165th and Grand Concourse, and close to numerous transit options.
What could be better than this?