Welcome home to this classic pre-war condo in Hamilton Heights. Enter through the semi-private vestibule into a full kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite counters, dishwasher, and microwave. The kitchen opens to a separate dining area and large, inviting living room. Down the hall, find a master bedroom that easily fits a king-size bed. The spacious second corner bedroom is flooded with light from southern and western exposures. Separating the bedrooms is a clean and bright bathroom with white tiled walls and a black marble floor. This elevated and quiet 1st floor unit features abundant storage and receives beautiful sunlight throughout the day.
706 Riverside Drive was designed in 1913 by famed architect Emery Roth. The pre-war, pet friendly, part-time doorman building features an elevator, on-site super, and central laundry room.
The building is across from Riverside Park and just a few blocks north of River Bank State Park, a 28-acre recreational and cultural public space overlooking the Hudson River. Riverbank State Park offers a myriad of athletic and cultural classes for children and adults in addition to its two swimming pools, track and field, gym, and picnic promenade. One block away on Broadway you will find plenty of bars, cafes, and eateries including BONO, Harlem Public, Hamilton's, Chipped Cup, Geisha, Solace, The Draft House, and Picante just to name a few. The 1 Train is two blocks from the building, and the A, B, C, D trains are just four blocks away. Located close to Columbia University, City College, and Columbia University Medical Center, this neighborhood has seen tremendous growth over the last few years and is poised for much, much more.