New York City NYC
$585,000

74 West 68th Street, Apartment 4B

1 bath(s) 550 Square Ft
$585,000

74 West 68th Street, Apartment 4B

0 bedroom(s) 1 bath(s) 550 Square Ft
Neighborhood:
74 West 68th Street , 4-B New York, NY, 10023
Features
  • Hardwood Floors
  • High Ceilings
  • Open View
Building Amenities
  • Bicycle Storage
  • Doorman
  • Elevator
  • Pre-war
  • Private Storage
Co-op $585,000
Maint/CC: $1,025
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Opportunity to own a studio coop in the best location NYC has to offer. Perfect for a first home buyer or looking to purchase a pied a terre or an investment property that you can sublet without living in the unit. This studio offers a separate full service renovated kitchen with marble counter tops & stainless steel appliances; original hard wood floors throughout and pre-war architectural details and an updated bath with plenty of storage space. The unit features a ceiling fan in the living/sleeping area, great views of Columbus Avenue and a tree lined block. Less than one block to Central Park, steps away from the best shopping, restaurants, and Reebok/Equinox premium gym and Lincoln Center on the UWS. Laundry in the building. Live in super and apt 4A is available to purchase and offers a great opportunity to combine the 2 apartments.

The Morleigh is a flexible coop building with an impeccable lobby, flexible sublet by-laws, and a great location with Lady Gaga’s parent’s restaurant Joanna’s next door.

This is living in the heart of the UWS and offers the best of living in the Big Apple. Steps to the 1, B, D, and C trains, Whole Foods at Columbus Circle and so much more. Sorry no pets allowed.

Advisor Favorites

Zabar’s

The Shops at Columbus Circle

Shake Shack

Lincoln Center

Levain Bakery

Playground Pups

Little Shop of Crafts

The Mermaid Inn

Pizza Sirenetta

Osteria Cotta

Edgar’s Cafe

New York Historical Society

Museum of Natural History

Beacon Theater

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