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430 W 34TH Street Unit: LH

430 W 34TH Street Unit: LH, New York, NY 10001

Welcome home to this warm and inviting, completely-reimagined 2BR/2BA luxury apartment in mint condition at the Convention Overlook. #LH features a 27.5' long living room with a custom-designed reclaimed wood wall, split bedroom layout-both with ensuite bathrooms, thoughtfully-designed built-in storage and closet spaces, custom LED overhead lighting, and a striking teak and porcelain floor design. The chef's kitchen is well-appointed with beautiful modern cabinetry, Quartzite natural stone counter tops, stainless Wolf gas cook top with electric/convection oven, Bosch dishwasher & refrigerator and angled breakfast bar. Citiquiet windows, Corian window sills and bottom up or top down shades complete #LH's presentation. Finally, this home is equipped with 3 Samsung 65" Smart TVs with the matrix switch system-all of which will transfer with the sale.

430 West 34th Street is a well-maintained, full-service cooperative. Building amenities include 24-hour doorman, live-in super, laundry room, newly-renovated roof deck with 360 views, storage, and bicycle storage. Lobby and hallway renovations to come in later this year. Subletting is permitted for four out of five years after two years of ownership for an unlimited number of terms. The co-op board permits, pied-a-terre, co-purchasing, parental co-purchasing, gifting, guarantors, and pets.

Enjoy prime location with Shops at Hudson Yards, the High Line, and Madison Square Garden at your fingertips and an abundance of transportation just blocks away including Penn Station, NJ Transit, 1 block from A, C, E trains and the new Hudson Yards subway (7).

Features & Amenities


Total Bedrooms 2
Total Bathrooms 2
Full Bathrooms 2
Laundry Room Building In Basement


Stories 17
Other Exterior Features None

Area & Lot

Status For Sale
MLS® ID RPLU-5122659108
Year Built 1963
Neighborhood Midtown
Architecture Styles High Rise
View Description City


SALES PRICE $1,350,000
HOA Fees $2,278/mo
Zoning C6-4

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Overview for Midtown, NY

199,816 people live in Midtown, where the median age is 37.4 and the average individual income is $105,983.59. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population

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Midtown Manhattan: The Vibrant Heart of the City


Welcome to Midtown

Situated in the heart of Manhattan, Midtown is a bustling and iconic neighborhood that serves as the epicenter of New York City's commercial, cultural, and entertainment scenes. From towering skyscrapers to world-renowned landmarks, Midtown is a vibrant district that never sleeps. Join us as we explore the highlights of this dynamic and multifaceted neighborhood.

Getting There

Midtown is easily accessible by various subway lines, including the N, Q, R, W, 1, 2, 3, A, C, and E trains. With its central location, Grand Central Terminal and Penn Station provide major transportation hubs, connecting Midtown to all parts of the city.

Times Square: The Crossroads of the World

Times Square, often referred to as "The Crossroads of the World," is a dazzling spectacle of bright lights, theaters, and billboards. A symbol of entertainment and excitement, Times Square is a must-visit destination for Broadway shows, shopping, and the iconic New Year's Eve ball drop celebration.

Rockefeller Center: Art, Commerce, and Skating

Rockefeller Center is a city within a city, encompassing art deco skyscrapers, NBC Studios, and the famous Top of the Rock Observation Deck. In winter, the Lower Plaza transforms into a magical ice-skating rink, while Radio City Music Hall hosts the renowned Rockettes.

Fifth Avenue: Luxury Shopping

Fifth Avenue is synonymous with luxury shopping, boasting flagship stores of renowned fashion houses, upscale boutiques, and iconic department stores like Saks Fifth Avenue and Bergdorf Goodman. Stroll along this iconic avenue for a premium shopping experience.

Grand Central Terminal: Architectural Splendor

Grand Central Terminal is a masterpiece of Beaux-Arts architecture and a transportation hub with a storied history. Marvel at the celestial ceiling in the Main Concourse, dine at the Oyster Bar, and explore the hidden secrets of this iconic terminal.

Bryant Park: Urban Oasis

Bryant Park provides a tranquil oasis in the midst of Midtown's bustling streets. With seasonal activities, lush greenery, and outdoor seating, the park offers a welcome respite for locals and visitors alike.

Empire State Building: Iconic Skyline

The Empire State Building stands as an enduring symbol of the New York City skyline. Ascend to the observation deck for panoramic views of the city, and appreciate the building's art deco design that has captivated visitors for decades.

Broadway Theaters: The Great White Way

Broadway is the pinnacle of theater excellence, featuring world-class productions and musicals. Attend a Broadway show to experience the magic of live performances and be part of the excitement of the "Great White Way."

The High Line: Elevated Urban Park

While technically on the western edge of Midtown, the High Line offers a unique perspective on the city. This elevated park, built on a former railway, provides scenic views, public art installations, and a peaceful escape from the urban hustle.

MoMA: Artistic Masterpieces

The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) houses an unparalleled collection of modern and contemporary art. From Van Gogh's "Starry Night" to Picasso's masterpieces, MoMA is a cultural gem that showcases artistic innovation from around the world.

Bryant Park: Cultural Events

Bryant Park hosts a myriad of cultural events throughout the year, from outdoor movie nights to music festivals. The park's calendar is filled with activities that bring the community together in celebration of the arts and entertainment.

Final Thoughts

Midtown invites you to immerse yourself in its dynamic energy, explore its architectural marvels, and indulge in the richness of its cultural and commercial offerings. Whether taking in a Broadway show, shopping on Fifth Avenue, or enjoying the greenery of Bryant Park, Midtown epitomizes the spirit and vibrancy of New York City.

Around Midtown, NY

There's plenty to do around Midtown, including shopping, dining, nightlife, parks, and more. Data provided by Walk Score and Yelp.

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Points of Interest

Explore popular things to do in the area, including Yough, Grown and Sewn, and Motion x Synergy Dance Company.

Name Category Distance Reviews
Ratings by Yelp
Dining 4.7 miles 6 reviews 5/5 stars
Shopping 4.86 miles 12 reviews 5/5 stars
Active 0.42 miles 5 reviews 5/5 stars
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