Description

Opportunity knocks with this investor friendly, commercial condop in the heart of Gramercy! With it's semi-private entry via a walkway adjacent to the building, this unit is perfect for business use or live work. It can also be your pied a terre or primary residence that's just 100 feet from the newly created Baruch College Pedestrian Plaza. This spacious duplex is in original condition and has a flexible floor plan that can be configured to your specific needs. The open sublet policy permits immediate unlimited renting and co-purchasing or gifting are allowed. 61 Lexington Avenue has a live-in super and is in close proximity to Madison Square Park, Union Sq, multiple subway lines, a plethora of shopping and all that Gramercy has to offer.


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Building Features 7 Floors45 Units

elevator
intercom

$495,000

Listed on Jan 04, 2021

22 Days on Market

1 Bed / 1.0 Bath / - ft²

Total Monthly Expenses: $495

Exclusively listed with: KWNYC Midtown Source: RLS

Richard
Murray

rmurray@kwnyc.com

(646) 271-0577

Allan
Zapadinsky

azap@kwnyc.com

646-879-0727

Listing Courtesy of KWNYC Midtown View Listing

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