This charming residence is situated in one of the most vibrant locations of New York City. In the heart of the Garment District, this gracious pre-war Duplex Penthouse boasts an enchanting private rooftop terrace with stunning Empire State Building views, perfect for entertaining and relaxing. Surrounded by Silicon Alley, Nomad, Hell's Kitchen, Hudson Yards, and Chelsea, you can walk to almost every corner of Manhattan due its central location.
Enter through the entrance foyer that leads right into an expansive living/dining room. Your eye will be drawn to a confluence of striking characteristics warm lighting, generous ceiling heights and a flowing living space creating a separation from the entertainment area to the bedroom on the top floor. Beyond the entry foyer, you will find an abundant amount of built-in storage space, leading you into the chic living area. The inviting living room is open and spacious and extends to a dining space, which can also serve as your home office. The kitchen comes equipped with wood cabinets, tile flooring, and a gas stove. A spiral staircase leads to the serene primary bedroom, which offers an iconic view of the Empire State building and your very own private outdoor terrace. This home provides a peaceful retreat from busy city living.
Amenities include a central laundry facility, rooftop deck, & a common storage room. The building will allow pets, co-purchasing, parental purchasing, as well as guarantor / co-signer purchasing for their children & relatives.
The Financing allowed is 80%, and the maintenance has a tax deductibility rate of 40%. The sublet policy is not restrictive like most coops. Subletting is allowed from day 1, subject to board approval. This condo-like gem, full of character and charm, has remarkably low maintenance.
This pre-war building is conveniently located at a walking distance to several subway/train stations, Penn Station (LIRR, NJ Transit, Amtrak), Grand Central Terminal, the New York Public Library, Bryant Park, the Macy's flagship department store at Herald Square, and numerous shopping and dining options. The Morgan Library and Museum is a quick walk away as well as the iconic Keens Steakhouse.