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Oversized and sunny prewar one-bedroom home in a Bing & Bing building designed by famed Emery Roth & Sons Architects (the most distinctive developer and most notable architect of the 1920s in New York City). Immediately off the foyer is a gracious 14' x 30'3" side by side living and dining area with a wood-burning fireplace, 9'3" high-beamed ceilings, and hardwood strip flooring. The residence contains both a windowed kitchen and a windowed bathroom. The large bedroom easily fits a king-sized bed and dressers. There is a tremendous amount of storage space throughout, including two walk-in closets, and a dressing area (which can double as a small office or even fits a crib). There is a great deal of Prewar detail and charm in this unique and rarely available home. 140 East 28th Street is superbly located with Gramercy Park, Madison Square Park, restaurants, shopping, and public transportation close by. The building has a beautiful landscaped roof deck with multiple seating areas and incredible City views and a direct Empire State Building view. The level of service at 140 East 28th Street can't be surpassed, with a 24-hour Doorman, Porters, live-in Superintendent, laundry room, and bike storage. Pets are welcome and peid a terre, guarantors and co-purchase all considered by the Board of Directors.