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45 West 67th St. 26B, New York, NY 10023

Active Listing
Listing Details:
$3,695,000 Price
Condo Property Type
Lincoln Square Neighborhood
2 Beds
2 Baths
1,086 Approx. Sq. Ft.
$1,100 Maint/CC
$1,202 RET
Key Features:
Allows Pets

The only 2BR condominium on the market in Lincoln Square/ the Upper West Side with direct and wide views of Central Park from the 26th floor.

Ten floors above the penthouses of Central Park West, the LR/DR and kitchen literally hang over the Park and the entire skyline of the Upper Eastside.

Besides the 30 feet of east facing frontage on the Park, there is another 30 feet of south facing windows overlooking Lincoln Center and the chandeliers of the Metropolitan Opera.

A gut renovation in 2018 created 35' of book ended maple cabinetry below the LR picture windows, low-voltage recessed lighting in all rooms, individually controlled AC in each room, new electric, 5" white ash flooring, and two new bathrooms with Leroy Brooks fixtures.45 W. 67th St. is a boutique condominium with exceptionally low common charges of $1100 per month and very low taxes.

The lobby is intimate and staffed by both concierge and doormen. Across the street is the largest Equinox in the world, at 140,000 ft. and with a private restaurant and five floors of training. Two minutes to Central Park and two minutes to Lincoln Center on one of the most distinctive, historic and secure streets in the city.

Listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman Real Estate

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