Prewar Coop Built 1924 in
| Intercom And No Elevator
Low Maintenance $738.00 Welcome to your new home in New York City's most exclusive neighborhood. Located on the top floor in a beautiful prewar co-op building in the heart of the West Village, this unit has 9.5 foot ceiling and huge west facing windows which allow plenty of sunlight to shine into the apartment. The bedroom has a full wall of closets in bedroom and plenty of space to fit a queen size bed and other furniture. Recently gut renovated: windowed/eat-in kitchen comes finished with granite counter-tops, and marble back splash! Bathroom has marble floors plus original prewar fixtures which can be found in prewar homes throughout New York City. 67 Morton Street is a prewar co-op building that was built in 1928. Prime location steps from the Meat Packing District, Soho, Greenwich Village, Hudson River Park and Chelsea. The building has a live-in super who manages the building and receive packages for all the residents. There is a private courtyard/garden with seating and laundry room. 67 Morton Street is a five minute walk from 8 major subway lines (1, A, C, E, M, F, D and B trains) and the NJ Path.