Welcome home to this large corner one bedroom one bathroom apartment with open city views and distinctive chevron-shaped balcony in excellent original condition.
Enter through a welcoming foyer gallery with two coat closets and past a huge walk-in closet into your spacious 31 foot living & dining room with rich hardwood oak floors and a large north-facing window & glass balcony door that flood this room with sunlight. Enjoy sipping your morning coffee or afternoon tea on your balcony overlooking all of Manhattan. The separate windowed kitchen has plenty of room for food prep. The pindrop quiet 18-foot master bedroom has windows across the entire north wall and a large closet across the entire south wall. Finally, the very well-maintained original bathroom retains all of its midcentury appeal. While this apartment is indeed in excellent condition, an updated kitchen and bathroom would make #9B a spectacular home investment.
Bordering Midtown to the south and the UES to the north between Park and Lex, 118 East 60th Street is celebrated for its extraordinary location. The world’s finest shopping, dining and entertainment await outside your door, including: Bloomingdale’s, Bergdorf Gooman, Barney’s, luxury shops of Madison Avenue, Sherry-Lehmann, Whole Foods, Amali, Il Mulino, Lavo, Tao, Philippe, Fig and Olive, Harry Cipriani, Le Bilboquet, La Goulue, Regency Bar & Grill, Saint Ambroeus, Avra, the Alliance Francaise, Equinox and Soul Cycle. There are over 60 public transportation subway and bus options within a few hundred feet including the F/Q/4/5/6/7/N/R/W lines. Your escape to Central Park, the most visited urban park in the United States, is only two blocks away.
Built in 1964, Plaza Tower is THE quintessential Lenox Hill postwar cooperative and it remains a stylish midcentury mixture of classic and modern. It was the first of its kind to span 33 floors high to hold 232 units. The building sits back 65 feet from 60th Street to accommodate a dignified horseshoe driveway and a beautifully landscaped frontage area with an elegant fountain centerpiece. The driveway arrives at a large porte-cochre to create a striking and convenient entrance to the tower. The impressive marble lobby is fully attended around the clock with uniformed white glove doormen. The building is topped with a massive roof deck with extraordinary 360 degree city and park views for residents to use the year round. Also included: live-in resident manager, an adjacent parking garage, central laundry, an attended package room, common storage, and bike room. Pets are not allowed. Co-purchasing and subletting are allowed.
58% tax deductible monthly maintenance includes heat, hot water, cooking gas, and air conditioning.
|Other Exterior Features||Bike Room, Concierge, Balcony|
|LIVING SPACE||850 Sq.Ft.|
|Neighborhood||Upper East Side|
211,375 people live in Upper East Side, where the median age is 41.8 and the average individual income is $119,442.41. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
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The Upper East Side is easily accessible by subway, with multiple lines including the 4/5/6 running along Lexington Avenue and the Q line along Second Avenue. Its central location provides convenient access to Midtown Manhattan and other parts of the city.
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The Upper East Side borders Central Park, providing residents with a serene escape from the city's hustle and bustle. Enjoy leisurely strolls, picnics, and outdoor activities in this iconic urban oasis, which serves as the neighborhood's western boundary.
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