Built in 1929, 433 West 34th Street is a pre-war building designed by architects Sugarman & Berger in the art-deco style. Developer Samuel Allen erected the twenty-story tower, originally named Haddon Hall, for a mere $750,000. Located between 9th and 10th Avenues on the far west side of Manhattan, the approximately 200 apartment units became a co-op in the 1980s after serving rental tenants for nearly 50 years.
This Prewar Jewel of the Hudson Yards offers a 24-hour doorman, live-in Super, full maintenance staff, large central laundry, laundry and dry clean drop off service, package room, BuildingLink system, storage and bike rooms available for rent. The building is pet friendly, allows unlimited sublet after 3 years, gifts, guarantors, parents buying corporate ownership, pied-a-terre, low maintenance (51% tax deductible), and renting. The building is located by the A, C, E, No. 7, LIRR, Hudson Yards, Manhattan West, new Whole Foods, Equinox gym, restaurants, parks and more.
Entering apartment 5L, you enjoy a nice open space with a beautifully renovated kitchen open to the living room. The kitchen boasts a Danby microwave, ELBA oven and stove top, vented hood, Fisher and Paykel dishwasher, Vestfrost refrigerator and freezer, Caesarstone countertops and backsplash, kitchen island with breakfast chairs. The spacious pin drop quiet living room includes hardwood flooring throughout and two large soundproof double pane windows. There are sturdy wooden pocket doors installed that can be open to create a more loft-like feel. When closed, the bedroom is completely private. The bedroom maintains a large closet with brass pulls and a ceiling fan with light fixture. The modern bathroom has been upgraded with tile flooring from floor to ceiling, bathtub with handheld shower and shower head, Toto toilet, mirror with cabinetry above sink, ceiling light and wall light.
This home is truly a special offering located in a well maintained and established prewar cooperative at the entrance to Hudson Yards. For the discerning buyer that appreciates the charm and character of a prewar building and wants a move-in ready home this offering cannot be beat.