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215 West 75th Street
Coop in Upper West Side •  building info
1bd • 1ba
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Apartment 10B, a pre-war large one bedroom with an eat-in windowed kitchen, is a spacious very bright and quiet apartment with open southeastern views. The kitchen, with a new refrigerator, and windowed bathroom need updating which can easily be accomplished, with board approval, in this reasonable co-op. You have walk-in closets in the entrance hallway and in the bedroom with a linen closet in the adjoining hallway. Built in 1924, The Majestic Towers is a meticulously run co-op with a fascinating history. 215 W. 75th Street is perfect as you can escape to the easily socially-distanced gorgeous roof deck with two separate areas: shaded or in the sun for sunbathers or head outside for an exquisite bucolic experience with two equidistant parks: Central Park or Riverside Park! In this enviable location, right outside your door are trendy restaurants like Owl's Tail and Playa Betty's, comfort diner food at Viand, Starbucks, and convenient shopping at Fairway, Citarella, Trader Joe's and Zabars. The city's greatest cultural institutions (Lincoln Center, Beacon Theater, NY Historical Society, American Museum of Natural History) are not far away, and the 72nd St. subway lines 1, 2 & 3 are a short distance from your front door. ADDITIONAL DETAILS: Elevator 8:00am to 1:30am Doorman Live-in Super Laundry in building Storage and bike storage - available Stunning rooftop with self-irrigating flower & tree planters ALLOWED: 80% financing Washer/dryers with board approval Dishwashers Subletting with board approval (2 out of 4 years) Pieds--terre Parents buying for children Co-purchasing This building loves pets! Through the wall air conditioners with approval 2% Flip Tax paid by BUYER

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