Featured in New York Times On The Market. Offering sweeping views of the Manhattan skyline, this high floor, corner home apartment in newly redeveloped Washington Plaza has super unique western and southern-facing exposures with amazing light and glorious sunsets as well as a collection of quality finishes and professional design. With a complete renovation in 2018, this highly functional layout offers crown moldings, archways, espresso solid oak flooring, a spacious living room and gracious dining room, a double galley windowed kitchen with pantry, a windowed bath, and a large corner bedroom with a bay-style window.
No detail was overlooked in creating the spectacular chef’s kitchen, which features Italian soft-close lacquered ash wood cabinetry, Caesarstone counters, a full line of smudge-proof stainless steel Frigidaire appliances, with a side-by-side refrigerator/freezer, filtered ice and water dispenser, self-cleaning gas range with convection oven, over-the-range microwave, dishwasher, Kohler fixtures, and a kitchen faucet water filtration system.
The spa-like bath is laid in oversized subway tile and outfitted with a Kohler pedestal sink, Grohe Grandera polished chrome faucet, spacious mirrored medicine cabinet, and tasteful lighting fixtures.
Erected in 1940 to the designs of Sylvan Bien, Washington Plaza occupies a prime 35th Avenue block in Jackson Heights, between 73rd and 74th Streets. Built as a group of six Art Deco-style buildings around a private landscaped garden with center fountains and cascading waterfalls, the complex offers a part-time gate attendant, live-in super, several laundry rooms, elevators, bike room, waitlist storage, beautifully renovated lobbies as well as a gym, which as per management is planned to open on May 1st. There is Spectrum as well as Verizon service. With short proximity to the Roosevelt Express Train hub, and access to the E, F, 7, R and G trains, Travers Park, the Sunday Farmer's Market, and a variety of cafes and restaurants, Washington Plaza checks off the majority, if not all, of boxes on home buyer's checklist.
Viewings are by appointment only.
Note: The building does not have a flip tax. Sublets are permitted after one year of occupancy for up to four years. New COVID protocol requires all showings and Open Houses are conducted by appointment only with all COVID and Fair Housing forms submitted 24 hours before showings.