Pet Policy: Pets OK
Building & Unit Features
_**Spacious Studio in Full Service Condo Building with New Kitchen**_**RENOVATED**
**TONS OF CLOSET SPACE **BRAND NEW KITCHEN**
This large, meticulously maintained studio (500+sqft) offers open living space, a livable layout, and smart design. As you enter into the apartment you are met with polished, dark oak parquet wood floors and bright, east facing windows with unobstructed ninth floor views facing away from street traffic providing a quiet, calm space in the heart of New York City. To the right of the entrance, is a BRAND NEW chef-designed kitchen with NEW appliances (D/W, Refrigerator, Range/Oven) glass stone backsplash, stainless steel sink and tons of prep space. The kitchen was specifically designed to accommodate multiple people with 4 feet of space between the breakfast bar / chef's island and stove/fridge. The space can easily and naturally be divided into sleeping and living spaces, and off to the right is a custom-made storage unit, bookshelf and hidden murphy bed. The wardrobe closet across from the kitchen is huge (84x108 inch) with custom ‘elfa’ design shelving and racks. The bathroom, tucked away from the living area for full privacy, offers a full tub with strong shower pressure, vanity, vintage tiling, and mirror with dresser bulbs and adjacent storage/coat closet. The room boasts 9' ceilings, new blinds, built-in AC unit, and is wired for Verizon FIOS and TIME WARNER CABLE. The building itself is a FULL SERVICE, 24-hour doorman CONDO maintained by 13 full-time employees with a gorgeous roof deck, backyard zen garden, two passenger elevators, one service elevator, a card operated laundry room with standard and extra large sized washers and dryers. The building is on a prime UES block, and is surrounded by great restaurants, the NEW Graces Market Place on 68th street and convenient access to public transportation including the F, 4, 5, 6, N, Q, R subway lines and the M15 and M66 bus stops across the street. Centrally located between Central Park and the East River Promenade.