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470 West 24th St. 11E, New York, NY 10011

Active Listing
Listing Details:
$3,600 Price
Co-op Property Type
Chelsea Neighborhood
1 Beds
1 Baths
-- Approx. Sq. Ft.
Key Features:
Allows Pets
Rooftop Access
Unit Garden

This extra-large 1 bedroom / 1 bath (Approx 890 sq, feet ) located on the the 11th floor with sweeping northern city views has an open kitchen with Stainless appliances, spacious living room, oversized bedroom and large closets. A generously proportioned bedroom can outfit a king size bed and a home office. The updated bathroom retains classic pre-war mosaic and subway tiles. Wonderful pre-war details throughout. The unit has 2 thru wall A/Cs. All Utilities included in rent - heat, hot water, gas, and electricity.

London Terrace Towers is composed of four corner buildings occupying both Ninth and Tenth Avenues between West 23rd and West 24th Streets in the heart of West Chelsea. An impressive array of building amenities include full-time lobby attendants, a half Olympic-sized heated indoor pool, private health club managed by the Wright Fit and which offers professional training services, steam rooms, saunas, roof deck with outdoor shower, bike rooms, laundry facilities, and basement storage (subject to availability). A prime Chelsea location puts residents near the Hudson River Park, High Line Park and Chelsea Piers recreation center. It is convenient to the neighborhoods seemingly endless collection of restaurants, clubs, and art galleries and has made London Terrace Towers a premier choice for downtown living.

Originally completed in 1930, the Towers became a co-operative corporation in 1988. (The buildings in the middle of the block remained as rental apartments and became known as London Terrace Gardens, which is a separate and independent building.

Listing courtesy of Sotheby's International Realty, Inc.

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