Watch the boats go by on the East River from this bright, spacious alcove studio. This is an incredible opportunity to create the home of your dreams from this estate-condition apartment. The large entry foyer leads to the main living area and generous galley kitchen. There is plenty of closet space including a separate dressing area/office. Other benefits include plank hardwood floors, high ceilings, new tilt-and turn windows, a built-in murphy bed and an upgraded electrical system.
Located on one of the best blocks in Manhattan, 2 Beekman Place was designed by renowned architect Rosario Candela and is an 86 unit, white-glove cooperative building. Residents enjoy an art deco inspired marble lobby and a spectacular furnished and landscaped roof deck with multiple stunning river and city views. There is a full-time doorman, a resident manager, a building-wide Culligan water filtration system, renovated central laundry, private storage that comes with the unit, bike storage and bulk reduced rates for cable/internet. The building is pet friendly and is a no smoking building. Pied-a-terre and up to 50% financing are permitted. There is a 2% flip tax paid by the buyer.
Beekman Place is a serene and coveted treelined enclave of pre-war buildings. Although Beekman Place feels like it is off the beaten path, there is easy access to all of Midtown, the newly expanded East River Walk, multiple local parks and fitness studios including Equinox and Core Burn Pilates. The countless local dining options include Avra Estiatorio, La Viletta and Ethos. Gourmet grocery stores in the area include Amish Market, Whole Foods, Morton Williams, Trader Joes, Midtown Catch Fish Market, Ideal Cheese, Crumbly Bakery, Simchick Meats, Tal Bagels as well as a weekly farmer's market in Dag Hammarskjold Plaza. The 4, 5, 6, E subway lines as well as multiple bus routes make getting around the city easy.
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