Come home after a long day, walk through your sunset lit apartment straight to your large terrace, and enjoy the beautiful view as the lights of Manhattan turn on all around you. This unique top floor, sun drenched, open space apartment offers breathtaking panoramic views of the city through ten windows facing south and west. If you are looking for space, light, location and low maintenance fees, come enjoy over 950 square feet of indoor/outdoor living in one of the most exciting neighborhoods of Manhattan.Elegant and tranquil, this apartment features light bamboo flooring throughout and a modern interior design with convenient living in mind. Originally designed as a one-bedroom apartment, it has been renovated as wide-open loft space, but the flexible floor plan allows for two alternative transformations for those who wish to convert their living space to a one or two-bedroom apartment. With freshly painted walls and new windows, this apartment is move-in ready, while still offering opportunities for a creative update or redesign for added value in the future.Gifting, co-purchasing, and guarantors permitted. Dogs are allowed on a case-by-case basis. The Seward Park Coops has been for long one of the best-kept residential secrets in Manhattan. With its four, 20-stories high buildings, the Coop includes two private parks with several acres of green lawns to relax and enjoy, two outdoor play grounds, a gym, bicycle room, private storage, an indoor children's playroom, community room, shared office space, 24-hour security attendants and on-site parking.Maintenance fees are low and unlimited subleasing of apartments is approved after two years of ownership. The neighborhood has recently seen the sprouting of local eateries, bars, upscale restaurants and art galleries, all of these in addition to the established, bustling nightlife of Rivington, Orchard, and Ludlow streets, just a few blocks away.The progression of the nearby 8 acres Essex Crossing Project is coming along nicely, with a new Trader Joe's to open this year, to be followed by a bowling alley, a multi-screen movie theater, a European style indoor food-market, and a 55,000sqf NYU medical facility. The F, M, J, and Z trains are just two blocks away on Essex and Delancy.Note: Seward Park Coop currently has an additional assessment of $51.12 per month for complex-wide facade and roof repair through 7/31/19.
Courtesy of: Douglas Elliman 111 Fifth
Office Phone: 212.645.4040
Listing Agent: Pien J (PJ) Safit
Updated: 23rd September, 2018 9:18 PM.
417 Grand St New York, NY