Prewar Coop Built 1929 in
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Perfectly combining pre-war classic architecture with a clean, modern renovation, welcome to 1602- a renovated one bedroom, one bath home, in excellent move-in condition located in the heart of New York City's coveted Midtown at West 57th Street between 9th and 10th Avenues- housed in Addison Hall- a Classic pre-war building built in 1930. Upon entering this pristine and light filled home you are greeted with a gracious formal entry and are immediately impressed with the open city skyline views from the 16thFloor- high above the city. The beautiful living room and bedroom face south with lots of sunshine and is the perfect venue to relax and entertain family and friends or quiet relaxation after a day in the city. The windowed eat-in kitchen has open city skyline views and views of the Hudson River. The kitchen features Veneta Cucine cabinets, Bertazzoni oven, Miele dishwasher Sub-Zero refrigerator and gorgeous granite countertops. The large king-sized bedroom features iconic southern city views and the windowed en-suite bath features Hansgrohe fixtures and a luxe step-in shower. Notable features include high beamed ceilings, spacious closets, restored original detail, impeccable functionality and pin-drop quiet. Addison Hall is a 16-story prewar elevator building built in 1930 and designed by Joseph A. Moller Inc. This iconic red-brick building has a canopied entrance with sidewalk landscaping, and units with beamed ceilings and windowed bathrooms. This elevator building also includes a 24-hour doorman, concierge, live-in superintendent, laundry room, storage, and bicycle room. Addison Hall is close to Central Park, Theater District, Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center and is pet friendly.