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1070 Park Avenue #5B
Coop in Carnegie Hill •  building info
3bd • 2.5ba
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Park Avenue-facing 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom apartment in an elegant prewar co-op. Enter from the semi-private elevator landing into the gracious foyer, off of which is the sprawling living room with a fireplace, and the adjacent formal dining room. The bedroom wing is separate from the common areas, and includes the corner primary which faces east onto Park Avenue and has custom built-in closets in addition to two walk-in closets, and a marble ensuite bath. The second bedroom also faces the avenue and shares a hall bathroom with the third bedroom. Originally a 7-room apartment, the staff room has been opened to create an informal dining area in the kitchen, and the third bathroom was converted to a powder room for guests. In-unit washer/dryer, beautiful hardwood floors, high ceilings, through-wall air conditioning, and an abundance of closets complete this must-see apartment. Built in 1930 and designed by prominent architectural firm Schwartz and Gross, 1070 Park Avenue is a white-glove cooperative building with a full-time doorman, live-in super, fitness room, basketball court, private storage, bike room and common laundry room. Pets and 50% financing are permitted. There is a 2% flip tax paid by the Purchaser.

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Full Time Doorman
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Storage Available
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Bike Room
Live In Super
Fios Available
Laundry in Building
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Asking Price: $3,000,000
30 Years
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$1,500,000 (50%)
Min: 50% (1,500,000)
6.0 %
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Total monthly cost $14,652
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