Prewar Coop Built 1929 in
| Part-Time Doorman With Elevator
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With double-pane windows in the kitchen, bathroom, and main room, this graceful studio gets lots of light. High ceilings and hardwood floors with original moldings give this pre-war gem a homey feel. Overlooking trees and gardens below, you feel the city but you don't hear it. The kitchen has been beautifully renovated.
321 East 54th is a handsome doorman building with a canopied entrance, and is located on one of the most beautiful tree-lined blocks in the area. There is a laundry room, a bike room, as well as storage bins in the basement. There is also a beautiful planted roof deck that has magnificent open views of the city.
The building is a co-op, but it allows unlimited subletting after two years with board approval. Pieds-a-terre are allowed as well as parents buying for children. The E, M, and 6 trains are very close and a Whole Foods is three short blocks away.