Postwar Condo Built 1962 in
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Apartment 8F at Beekman East Condominium a sun-filled, high-floor studio in the heart of the city. Facing north, the apartment has lovely natural light and showcases city views through oversized windows. The 19 living area offers generous scale and space with hardwood floors. The kitchen and bathroom are in excellent condition and the studio offers generous storage with 4 closets and through-wall air conditioning. 330 East 49th Street, also known as the Beekman East Condominium, is a 14-story building completed in 1962 and converted to a 141-unit condominium in 1984. The full-service building is staffed by a 24-hour doorman, live-in superintendent, handyman, and porter. Amenities include laundry, storage and package room and parking. Pets are permitted on condition. The building is conveniently central in the Turtle Bay neighborhood of Manhattan surrounded by the best of Midtown East. Located on 49th between First and Second Avenue, the building is only a few blocks from the United Nations. Public transportation is abundant with a cross town bus on the corner, the 6, M and E trains close by and the exit to the FDR drive is only one block east, not to mention Grand Central is within a few blocks. The neighborhood has tons of night life, dining options and fitness centers (including Equinox, Blink, NYSC, Soul Cycle and the Y). This superb location affords easy access around the city and with so much convenience nearby, it is a great place to call home or your NYC pied-a-terre. Currently there is an assessment of $126.21 that will expire on Feb. 2022.