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241 West 36th St. 15-FLR, New York, NY 10018

$3,200,000
Listing Details:
$3,200,000 Price
Co-op Property Type
Garment District Neighborhood
3 Beds
3 Baths
2,950 Approx. Sq. Ft.
$5,097 Maint/CC
Key Features:
Doorman
Prewar
Elevator
Laundry
Allows Pets
Storage
Unit Balcony
Unit Laundry
Unit Terrace
Description:

PRIVATE MANHATTAN VILLA, ESB AT YOUR FINGERTIPS, FLOWERS AND TREES TO GRACE YOUR TERRACE



Full Floor, gross 2950sf + southern terrace, loft with 11’ ceilings, 15 large windows and four exposures, tremendous light, and sweeping north views and glorious night sky. This is a midtown Oasis.



*OF SPECIAL NOTE: There is a separate legal rental unit for income, or for your guests, that has its own living
room, bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, and balcony. It is part of the gross floor and can incorporated
back into the main loft for a full private floor with two keyed passenger elevators and a freight elevator.



Currently configured with a 25x24 great room for living, walls for your art collection, room for an office or library, windowed kitchen, 2 full baths in the main loft (+ 1 bath in the rental unit). The master bedroom has three large windows with clear views of the northern skyline (possible to open two existing west windows). West windowed second bedroom. A spacious and private laundry room. Lots of storage.



Converted Art Deco button factory with renovated marble lobby and separate entrance for deliveries with parcel receptacles and bicycle storage.



The fast-emerging Hudson Yards-Garment Center-Hell’s Kitchen South neighborhoods are conveniently located near to extensive public transportation – A, C, 1, 2, 3, R, Q, N, LIRR and PATH trains. The Lincoln Tunnel provides easy access to New Jersey. Nearby is Times Square, Herald Square, the Javits Convention Center, and the Broadway theater district.



The nearby Hudson Yards Redevelopment Project will include 14 ACRES OF PUBLIC OPEN SPACE including a innovative cultural performance/ART space – The Shed, opening April 5th, 2019. There will be a Neiman Marcus, an Equinox Hotel, high-end shops and restaurants featuring renowned chefs the likes of Jose Andres, David Chang, and Thomas Keller. Corporate headquarters will include Coach, L'Oreal, Milbank, KKR, HBO, and more to come.



The rapidly changing and developing surrounding neighborhoods and The Garment Center (with its recent zoning change) will be the focus of attention and investment for many years to come.

Listing courtesy of Compass

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