Perched on the top floor of the Salem Cooperative, this newly repainted spacious studio enjoys views of Manhattan Skyline, ample natural light and glorious sunsets. Anchored by well-preserved original hardwood floors, the unit has a spacious step-down living area, generous ceilings, elevated dining and sleeping areas, functional windowed kitchen just off of dining area and a spacious windowed bath.
Erected in 1937, to the designs of architect Arthur Weiser, The Salem is a six-story elevator co-op which occupies a prime lot on the corner of 37th Avenue and 72nd Street in Jackson Heights. It offers a laundry room, storage, children's play area, and has a live-in super. The building is within close proximity to the Roosevelt Subway hub (7, E, F, M & R), buses, restaurants and shops.