825 W 179th Street Unit#5G
New York, New York 10033
Nestled just off the bustling city streets, this 4 room home is a refreshingly quiet retreat bathed in light from 7 windows facing west, south, and north. The layout offers versatility to grow with your changing needs or simply move right into your freshly painted home with high ceilings with Hudson river view.
420 E. 51st St. Unit #9E
420 E. 51st St., Manhattan, New York 10022
Located in the Murray Hill section of Manhattan this is a large 1 bedroom coop unit ready for your finishing touches. Raised platform bedroom gives a sense of multilevel living. Large working kitchen, big living room with good natural lighting! Located in a great neighborhood, near shopping, transportation and major highways.
306 E 105th Street Unit#4A
306 E 105th Street, Manhattan, New York 10029
This condo building is a pre-war walk-up building finished in 1930 and converted in 1988. The building holds 8 units and rises 4 stories. Amenities include: fireplace and intercom. Transit line is the 6 subway line. The East Harlem neighborhood is up and coming and has great shopping/eateries one avenue over on 3rd Avenue.
353 W 56th Street Unit#3J
353 W 56th Street, New York, New York 10019
This is a rent stabilized apartment being sold with the tenant in place. Tenant is paying $610/month. Parc Vendome is a pre-war building with an open courtyard, full-time doorman, elevators, common laundry rooms, live-in super, bike room, and more. Located in a great location, close to shops, restaurants, public transportation, Central Park, etc.
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