Postwar Coop Built 1948 in
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
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Apartment 11D at 36 Sutton Place South is a massive Junior 4 with five large closets and a dining area that was previously configured as a small bedroom. The room sizes are uncommonly generous and hard to match anywhere in New York City for a one-bedroom apartment, particularly at this price range. In addition, the apartment boasts a south-facing balcony with a view of the East River to the left. This full-service co-op building has a new gym, roof deck, garden, 24-hour attended lobby, live-in super as well as bike spaces and storage rooms. The 57 bus stops right outside the front door of the building and the E train is not far away on 50th St and 3rd Avenue. There is a Citi Bike station nearby as well as easy access to the East River esplanade, the FDR, the 59th St Bridge and the Midtown Tunnel. Sorry, no dogs allowed. There is currently a capital assessment of $288 per month.
This apartment is in good estate condition: The tub has been newly re-glazed and both the range and refrigerator are recent models in excellent shape. While this home does need renovation, the walls are smooth and nothing has been damaged, so most of the upgrades needed are simple design updates to fixtures and finishes. Come with your imagination and make it your own! The floors can certainly be sanded and refinished if desired, rather than replaced. You might be allowed to install W/D in the kitchen with board approval; we can't guarantee approval but others in the building have done it.