Prewar Coop Built 1929 in
Upper East Side
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
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Situated on the twelfth floor of a premier prewar co-operative are two sun-flooded oversized one-bedroom apartments providing the perfect opportunity to create a spectacular south-facing two bedroom, two bathroom home with a living room, dining room and windowed kitchen. The seamless combination has previously been done by other tenant-shareholders in the same lines creating a gracious layout for entertaining and comfortable living. The residences feature open city views, hardwood floors and exquisite prewar details. This elegant prewar white-glove co-operative was completed in 1929 by renowned architect Jacob M. Felson. The building is superbly staffed and has a renovated windowed laundry room and a bicycle room. There is a 1.5% flip tax paid by the purchaser.