The largest Studio line at the Master Apartments! This beautifully renovated Studio with Chef's Kitchen, Home Office and custom bath at the Master Apartments is ready for move in! Every inch of this uniquely crafted home has been custom designed and built for multi-purpose living. At approximately 410 square feet, this is the largest studio layout in the building. Making the most of every bit of space, there are incredible cabinets for storage along the entry hallway and around the built-in Home Office. Five and a half inch white oak flooring, nearly nine foot beamed ceilings, and sleek white cabinetry and counters makes for a fresh and airy space throughout. The murphy bed folds up when not in use increasing the useable expanse of the floor space. Certainly the grand centerpiece of this home is the sleek white custom built kitchen with sparkling tiled backsplash with stainless steel appliances, custom built cabinetry and counters. The stunning bathroom has been renovated with deep sink, custom lighting, extra medicine cabinets, vanity and more storage and has original deep soaking tub. Facing North East, partial city view offers taste of sky and pre war neighborhood architecture.
The Master Apartments is a Full Service Landmarked, Art Deco cooperative that allows pets and pied a terres (with board approval). After full time residency for a year, owners can sublet for four out of six years. There is a large, modern laundry room, bike storage, Concierge, Doormen, Full Time Resident Manager, and high speed elevators. The maintenance is super low -- $601 with capital contribution $30.53. Designed by prolific Art Deco architect Harvey Wiley Corbett in 1929, the Master Apartments began as a personal museum for a renowned Russian artist and philosopher Nicholas Roerich. The grand lobby still maintains its artistic flair, hosting exhibits of local artists. This stately cooperative remains the tallest building on Riverside Drive, was the first to offer corner windows and was added to the National Register of Historic Paces in 2016. Located at Northwest corner of 103rd Street and Riverside Drive, the park beckons, as well as nearby stores, restaurants, transportation and Columbia University. Located just two and a half blocks to the 1/3 train, the area is chock full of great eateries and food stores including Absolute Bagels, Caf du Soleil, Ollie's Noodle Shop, Bosino, Flor de Mayo, Calle Ocho, Sal and Carmine, Osteria 106, Serafina, H Mart, Westside Market, Garden of Eden and many more.