Located in one of the most well-maintained HDFC buildings with one of the highest income caps available in NYC, this charming one bedroom apartment with a flexible layout is located on the third floor of an impeccably maintained building with a handsome brick townhouse-like facade. It features wide plank hardwood floors and recessed lighting throughout, a spacious living room with bright southern exposure and city street-scape views, as well as a windowed eat-in kitchen. The quiet bedroom features two windows and is located in the back of the apartment along with a windowed impeccably renovated en-suite bath.
The layout could easily be reconfigured. The living room could easily be converted to a bedroom that accommodates a king-sized bed and has a walk-in closet. The wall between the kitchen and existing bedroom is non-load bearing and could be removed to create an open loft-like kitchen/dining/living room. The original brickwork on the entire western wall of the apartment could also be exposed to give it that 'Old New York' warmth and charm.
This well-maintained building features a live-in super and free laundry in the basement. It is an HDFC building with the following maximum income caps on households for current and prior 2 years of income (based on 165% of the AMI); for one person the income cap is $154,110; for two people the income cap is $176,220. This apartment must be your primary residence; no pied-a-terres are permitted. Subletting is permitted with restrictions and with coop board approval. Flip tax of 25% of the profit if sold within 5 years or less and 15% of the profit if sold after 5 years of ownership, paid by the seller. Cats are permitted; however, dogs are not permitted. Smoking is not permitted.
Located in vibrant Hell's Kitchen, this home is at the center of quintessential New York living, just steps from the Theater District and the heart of Midtown, and just minutes from Hudson Yards to the south and from the Columbus Circle shops and Whole Foods to the north, both of which provide premier shopping, dining and entertainment. The High Line and Hudson River Greenway and nearby Central Park provide glorious outdoor space. The eclectic restaurant scene of 9th Avenue is just around the corner and legendary Restaurant Row is a block away.
Transportation is unbeatable with the Port Authority and Times Square providing easy access to A/C/E, 1/2/3, N/Q/R, S and 7 trains. (Please Note: Bedroom photo has been virtually staged to show a full-sized bed; it is currently set-up as an office).