The Fitzgerald Condominium at 201 West 74th Street, Apt. 11C is a rare find: a corner studio with balcony, in a full-service pre-war condominium, located in the heart of the vibrant Upper West Side, and irresistibly priced at $615,000.
The well-maintained apartment has a bright double exposure, and open city views to the North with lots of sky above the roof tops. You can sit and enjoy your morning coffee or your evening glass of wine on your own private balcony. The living area has a recess framed by beams for a queen or double bed with night tables, or a Murphy bed. A sofa, easy chair, desk, and more will comfortably fit into the remaining space. The bathroom has a terracotta colored marble counter and tiles, and a wall length mirrored medicine cabinet. The kitchen is equipped with a dishwasher, an over-the-range microwave oven, a full-size gas range and refrigerator, and good counter space. The floor in the entrance foyer and living area is light oak parquet. Generous closet space adds to the ease of living.
The Fitzgerald was built in the early 1920's, gut renovated in the mid 1980's, and converted into a Condominium in 1987. The building lobby and exterior reflect the Art Deco style of the original design. Staff includes a full time doorman, a resident manager, a handyman and more. A storage room, bicycle room, laundry room, and a lovely, recently renovated roof deck with panoramic views are available to residents. Pets are welcome.
The Fitzgerald occupies the block on 74th Street between Broadway and Amsterdam. The 70's and 80's along Broadway and Amsterdam are known for their wonderful neighborhood food stores and restaurants. People come from all parts of the city and even from New Jersey to seek their favorite foods at nearby Fairway, Citarella, Trader Joe's or Zabar's. or to enjoy casual dining in the many restaurants lining Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy having two major parks to choose from, Central Park and Riverside Park, each only two blocks away. The Fitzgerald is one block from the intersection of 72nd Street with Broadway and Amsterdam, a major public transportation hub. There are local and Express subway stops, uptown and downtown bus lines and crosstown buses, as well. This greatly eases the commute to offices in midtown or the financial district, to entertainment venues, educational institutions and museums. It takes 20 minutes to get to downtown, the theater district is one stop on the express, and Lincoln Center is ten minutes away on foot or one stop on the local subway.
NOTE: There is a monthly assessment of $214.24 in effect through Dec. 31, 2020.