Oops, it looks like you’re using a web browser our site no longer supports. For the best viewing experience, please use one of the following:
Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Apple Safari or Mozilla Firefox.
×

Mortgage Calculator

Amount to borrow:

Downpayment %:

Term (in years):

Interest rate %:

Down Payment:

Amount Financed:

Monthly Payment:

Instructions: Enter numbers and decimal points. No commas or other characters.

Log in

Not registered? Create an account
Already have an account? Log In

162 West 56th St. 1003, New York, NY 10019

$6,000/mo
Active Listing
Listing Details:
$6,000 Price
Condo Property Type
Midtown Central Neighborhood
2 Beds
2 Baths
1,027 Approx. Sq. Ft.
Key Features:
Doorman
Prewar
Elevator
Laundry
Allows Pets
Description:

Welcome to residence #1003 at The Carnegie Plaza l, a classic Bing & Bing pre-war
condominium occupying the southeast corner of 7th Avenue and 56th Street, a mere 3
blocks from Central Park, across the street from Carnegie Hall, and a short distance to
New York City’s finest shopping, health clubs, museums, theaters, and dining
establishments with unmatched access to public transportation.

This rarely available corner 2 Bedroom / 2 Bath Condominium apartment has a
renovated kitchen, two king sized bedrooms both with ensuite full bathrooms, a spacious
foyer with two large walk-in outdoor closets and a grand living room. Bedrooms overlook
the street and Carnegie Hall from this 10th floor apartment and are equipped with city
windows and have full marble windowed bathrooms. Both bedrooms have large, walk-in
customized closets and overhead lighting. Hardwood floors run throughout with
approximately 10ft ceilings.

The Carnegie Plaza was converted to a condo in 1987, and it consists of 1- and 2-bedroom
units. Amenities of this full-service building include a 24-hour doorman, a live-in super, and
a central laundry room.

***Contact for a private showing NOW, this will not last!***.

Listing courtesy of

Discuss this property with a Core agent:

Midtown Central See All Neighborhoods »