150 E 61st #15B is an expansive home with approximately 2,250 interior sq ft and 350 exterior sq ft. This three-bedroom three-bathroom corner residence is perched on the 15th floor with breathtaking city views facing South, West, and North. While entering the foyer, you'll immediately notice the sprawling open living room concept, ideal for entertaining and more. With a seamless flow into the open kitchen and an elevated dining area perfectly situated into the corner of the space, you'll never skip a beat in this beautiful home. An astonishing 32 Ft x 16 Ft terrace outfitted with its own electrical and irrigation system, this terrace can be accessed by the main living area. The wide-open sky and city views will always be at your fingertips. Each bedroom can effortlessly fit a king-sized bed, and two of the bedrooms contain exquisitely detailed en-suite bathrooms. The third bedroom can easily be utilized as a home office, den, and more. Additional features include in unit Washer and Dryer, enormous closets, HVAC systems, and high-end appliances. This beautiful and one-of-a-kind home is ready for your vision.
150 East 61st Street is a well-run, full-service, pet-friendly cooperative with a 24-hour doorman, live-in super, fitness room, laundry room, bicycle room, private storage and on-site parking garage. The building is situated on the corner of 61st Street and Lexington Avenue, with easy access to Central Park, numerous transportation options (including N/Q/R/W/4/5/6/F trains). Pied-a-terre, foreign purchasers, co-purchasing, gifting, and parents purchasing are all permitted with board approval. The building is a block from Bloomingdales and centrally located with subways, buses, and restaurants nearby.
This is a land-lease building. The lease was renegotiated in 2010 and runs for another 88 years until 2109, with no additional rent escalations. This is a very favorable land lease building with lease payments made via the monthly assessment ($2,133.16) paid in addition to monthly maintenance. In fact, there is a scheduled decrease in 2025 and all remaining adjustments are based on the consumer price index (which is substantially less than many coops maintenance increases).
Necessary capital improvements and upgrades include new central air conditioning equipment and risers, local law 11 exterior work, new sidewalks and tree pits, new roofs, upgraded and modernized elevators and renovated lobby and hallways. All these items have been paid for.