Prewar Coop Built 1930 in
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LOW, LOW MAINTENANCE with Fabulous Southern and Eastern exposures make this corner studio apartment with spectacular private outdoor space the best deal in New York City! The apartment located at 140 East 40th Street in the heart of Murray Hill features original casement windows, separate entry foyer, high beamed ceilings, and an original cast iron tub! The spacious apartment also boasts 4 very generous closets as well as both a windowed kitchen and a windowed bath! The building is perfectly situated in the heart of Murray Hill close to major transportation hubs and was designed in 1930 by renowned architects Bien & Prince, who also designed the Carlyle Hotel. The building features a grand art deco lobby with terrazzo floors, Le Corbusier designed seating, a sleek fireplace and is attended 7 days a week by a part-time security guard. Other notable building attributes include two relatively new elevators, central laundry with brand new machines, personal storage, bike storage, package room, live-in super and a fully furnished and landscaped roof deck with magnificent views of the Empire State Building. The building is perfectly situated just minutes from Grand Central Station and to all the fine dining, shopping and nightlife that Murray Hill has to offer. Current assessment of $30.11 projected through 2021. Flip Tax of 1.5%,paid by buyer. Pied-a-terre buyers as well as co-purchasing welcomed. Sorry, dogs are not permitted!