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241 W 36th Street #PH
House in Midtown South •  building info
3bd • 3ba
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The Penthouse at 241 West 36th Street is a remarkable loft duplex with terraces, situated in the heart of Manhattan's historic Fashion District. Spanning approximately 2,750 interior square feet, this stupendous three bedroom (convertible four bedroom), three bathroom penthouse showcases 11-foot ceilings and 22 oversized windows with northern, southern, eastern and western exposures, offering an abundance of natural light throughout the day and panoramic vistas from every direction. The penthouse's setback from neighboring commercial buildings helps create a secluded and private haven from the bustling city below. The key-locked elevator opens directly to the 16th floor and into the colossal living room which itself spans over 800 square feet. This magnificent corner room boasts eight massive windows facing south and west, each flooding the entire space with light, and providing a striking panorama of the city skyline a plethora of historic adjacent Art Deco buildings, classic rooftop water towers, and Hudson Yards to the west. Adjacent to the living room is an enormous west facing dining area, as well as an industrial inspired chef's kitchen equipped with an island and professional grade appliances including a four-burner induction Samsung range, Bosch dishwasher, and 42" GE Monogram refrigerator and freezer. Nestled at the rear of the loft are two quiet corner bedrooms. The massive corner primary bedroom itself spans nearly 400 Square feet and boasts five windows facing either west or north, as well as its own large dressing room. A sizable secondary corner bedroom faces north and east, and even has its own small balcony with a view toward the Empire State Building. The dual exposures from both bedrooms allow for an abundance of natural light to flood in and provide for lovely city views including many of those countless rooftop water towers. A large bathroom with a deep soaking tub and separate glass enclosed shower connects to both bedrooms, but an additional bathroom with a spectacular and surprising Empire State Building View is just down the hall from the second bedroom. A spiral staircase from the living room leads to a spacious aerie located on the top (17th) floor of the building. Currently set up as a den, this south and west facing room (with a full en-suite bathroom) is imbued with copious natural light and boasts panoramic city views. A wall of sliding glass doors opens up to a perfect 200 Square foot terrace oasis that offers breathtaking western views of Hudson Yards and more classic NYC architecture and water towers. The terrace is enhanced by Ipe decking and lush, irrigated landscaping. In addition to all its unique characteristics, this exceptional loft also offers several other noteworthy features generous wall spaces for art, abundant storage options, hardwood floors, split AC systems throughout for air conditioning and original cast iron radiators for heat, and vented Bosch washer and dryer. Originally designed in the Art Deco style in 1928 by Schwartz & Gross as a button factory, 241 West 36th Street was converted to a cooperative of half and full floor lofts in 1979. The building's beautiful marble lobby has been recently restored, and amenities include video intercom security, two keyed passenger elevators, a large freight elevator, and a virtual doorman service for the package room. Located in the heart of Manhattan, it offers easy access to a range of nearby attractions, including the newly developed Hudson Yards, Moynihan Train Hall, Penn Station, Times Square, Herald Square, and the new Manhattan West public plaza. Residents also enjoy a host of local conveniences, including Whole Foods, Brooklyn Fare, Pain D'Avignon, a farmer's market, a local butcher and fishmonger, a bowling alley, and a fantastic mix of restaurants, galleries, and boutiques. With unparalleled access to public transportation, including the 1, 2, 3, A, C, and E trains, PATH, NJ Transit, LIRR, and Citibike, getting around (and out of!) the City has never been easier.

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Cats and Dogs allowed
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Hardwood floors
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Bike Room
Fios Available
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Asking Price: $3,000,000
30 Years
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$300,000 (10%)
Min: 10% (300,000)
6.0 %
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Total monthly cost $16,188
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