Prewar Coop Built 1932 in
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Live in the iconic Towers at London Terrace in this rarely available corner one-bedroom situated on the sixth-floor with western and northern exposure. Bright afternoon sunshine pours into your spacious living room that fits a full-size couch and dining table. The windowed kitchen has stone countertops, stainless steel appliances, a dishwasher, and a breakfast bar. Luxuriate in your soaking bath. The airy bedroom fits a king-size bed and has two custom closets; there is additional storage space throughout the apartment. Enjoy swimming in one of the most elegant half-Olympic-sized pools in New York City, sunbathe on the roof deck as you watch ocean liners cruise by on the Hudson River, or work out in the newly renovated fitness center that includes a sauna and steam room. This full-service, pet-friendly building offers a common laundry room, bike room, additional storage, and a parking garage on-site. Originally completed in 1930 by Farrar & Watmough in an ornamental Tuscan style, the four corner buildings on Ninth and Tenth Avenues between West 23rd and West 24th Street in West Chelsea make up The Towers at London Terrace. The building became a cooperative in 1988. Heat, hot water, gas, and electricity are included in the maintenance.