Prewar Coop Built 1939 in
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
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The Best of NYC is at your fingertips at Regent House, an Art Deco stunner first built in 1939 and converted to co-op in 1957. With MOMA across the street, Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Columbus Circle and Central Park all nearby, this desirable location puts you at the cultural epicenter of the city. Apartment 10C has all the trappings of luxury and pre-war elegance: a sunken living room, beamed ceilings, a corner windowed living room, large closets and a gracious layout. While its fixtures and finishes are in need of updating, its superior bones make it a special home.
Regent House is a full-service co-op with a doorman, live-in super, large roof deck, storage room, and laundry in the basement. Pied-a-terres, pets and subleases are permitted with the approval of the board.