This sun filled studio has two windows facing South, with open city views and lots of sky above. It overlooks tree-lined Broadway, with its beautifully planted mall in full bloom this spring. Across the street are two landmark historic buildings, the Apple Bank building and the Ansonia with...
This sun filled studio has two windows facing South, with open city views and lots of sky above. It overlooks tree-lined Broadway, with its beautifully planted mall in full bloom this spring. Across the street are two landmark historic buildings, the Apple Bank building and the Ansonia with its flamboyant Beaux Arts facade.
A ceiling beam creates a natural division of the living space into two separate areas, each with its own window. During a recent renovation, new white oak floors, modern baseboard moldings, and new lighting were installed, and the entire apartment was painted. The full-sized kitchen is equipped with a dishwasher, gas range and over-the-range microwave oven, and refrigerator, with good counter space on both sides of the aisle. The bathroom has a terracotta colored marble counter and tiles, and a wall length mirrored medicine cabinet. Generous closet space makes for easy everyday living. Altogether, this is a lovely home, cheerful and comfortable, and ready for you to move-in when you are.
The Fitzgerald is a full-service prewar condominium with modern conveniences, in the heart of the vibrant Upper West Side. It was built in the early 1920's, gut renovated in the mid 1980's, and converted into a Condominium in 1987. The lobby and building's lime stone and brick facade reflect the Art Deco style of the original design. A storage room, bicycle room, laundry room, and a lovely, recently renovated roof deck with panoramic views are available to residents. Pets are allowed.
Occupying the block on 74th Street between Broadway and Amsterdam, the Fitzgerald is part of a neighborhood known and much sought after for its fabulous food stores, bars and restaurants. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy having two major parks to choose from, Central Park and Riverside Park, each only two blocks away. A major public transportation hub at Broadway and West 72nd Street is conveniently located just one block away. For entertainment and personal enrichment, Lincoln Center, the theater district and many of NYC's major museums are within easy reach.
NOTE: There is a monthly assessment of $234.93 in effect through Dec. 31, 2020.
Upper West Side, NYC
Monthly real estate tax: $453
Approx. square footage: 470 sf
Web ID: 19551483
City views: Yes
Building Type: Elevator
Attended lobby: Yes
Roof garden: Yes
Laundry in building: Yes
Storage available: Yes
Pets allowed: Yes