Pre-war | Doorman | Elevator | Pets allowed
Eat-in kitchen | Hardwood floors | High ceilings
at 5th Av 0.1 miles at Grand Central 0.2 miles at Times Square-42nd St 0.2 miles at 34th St 0.3 miles at Times Square 0.3 miles at 47-50th Sts Rockefeller Center 0.4 miles
Charming & Elegant 1 bedroom home in a Glorious Historic Landmark Beaux Arts Pre War doorman building built in 1907 by Andrew Carnegie as the Engineers Club. Open living space includes flexible living/dining environments in addition to a beautifully renovated Eat-In-Kitchen with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. Oak floors throughout, wall of closets in the bedroom, high ceilings, and sunny Southern exposures with views over W39th Street. Across from beautiful Bryant Park- Home of the Holiday Market, Concerts, Winter Ice Skating and the Summer Film Festival. Steps from Fifth Avenue shopping, 3 blocks to Grand Central and conveniently located to all major subway lines, fine dining, boutiques, businesses, shops and all this vibrant area has to offer. Pied-a-terres, parents purchasing with children, guarantors and pets allowed. Very financially sound co-operative with a very reasonable board. Bryant Park Place is a full service building with a 24 hour doorman and live-in superintendent. Amenities include a central laundry room, bike, stroller and storage rooms. The jewel in the crown is the famous marble lobby with a grand sweeping staircase and crystal chandeliers. This home is in move-in condition and represents EXCELLENT value.
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33 Irving Place, New York, NY 10003 | Phone: 212.557.6500 | Fax: 212.557.6505