Saturday, October 27, 2018

Lincoln Square / UWS / New Listing: 315 West 70th Street #16L $799,000
























Photos coming soon…

Convertible 2 at the epicenter of the UWS!!

Welcome to Presidential Towers, designed by legendary Morris Lapidus. Famous for The Fountainbleu and Eden Roc hotels in Miami. Fully attended lobby sets the tone for gracious, easy living. 

Enter an oversized Living room/ dining area with a wall of south facing windows, flooding the entire apartment with light. Lots of closets, hardwood floors and even a foyer large enough for a desk. 

Pets are Welcome and the maintenance includes AC and heat. 

Just as impressive is this perfect NYC neighborhood. Theater,ballet,music at Lincoln center, the best food shopping, and great transportation. 

Sellers are Ready to make a deal so call for a private showing.

FOR A PRIVATE VIEWING, CALL 212-321-0115 - Fernando
LOCATION
Address315 West 70th Street 
Cross StreetsWest End Avenue and Freedom Place
NeighborhoodLincoln Square
Block / Lot1182 / 20
FINANCIALS

 
Price$799,000Maintenance$2,217.76
Financing75%Tax Deductibility47%
Listing TypeExclusiveCommission3% to Buyer's Broker
Transfer FeeNo Transfer FeeShares297
DETAILS
SizeConvertible 2OwnershipCo-op
R / B / B3.5 / 1 / 1SourceBroker
ASF / ASM950 / 88PPSF / PPSM$841 / $9,050
Available10/27/2018Initial Showing10/27/2018
Listed10/27/2018Updated10/27/2018
On MarketNew TodayStatusActive

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APARTMENT FEATURES

  • Excellent Condition
  • Dining Alcove
  • AC: Through The Wall
  • Oversized Windows
  • Entry Foyer
  • Hardwood Floors
  • Abundant Closets
KITCHEN

  • Excellent Condition  
BATHROOM

  • Excellent Condition  
EXPOSURE / VIEW

  • South
BUILDING DESCRIPTION

  • Post-war
  • Built 1966
  • Converted to co-op in 1970
  • Mid-rise
  • 18 Floors
  • 197 Apartments
  • Elevator
  • Full Service
BUILDING AMENITIES

  • Bike Room
  • Common Storage
  • Garage
  • Laundry Room
BUILDING POLICIES

  • Pieds-a-Terre Not Allowed  
  • W/D Not Allowed  
  • Pets Allowed
NEARBY SCHOOLS
TRANSIT AND CITI BIKE INFORMATION
72 St (0.20 miles)
66 St-Lincoln Center (0.38 miles)
79 St (0.45 miles)
      Riverside Dr & W 72 St  (0.13 miles)
      W 70 St & Amsterdam Ave  (0.17 miles)
      Riverside Blvd & W 67 St  (0.19 miles)






Monday, October 22, 2018

The most expensive Brooklyn homes for sale / Historic Boerum Hill Carriage House: $1,7M / BQE Revamp? / Domino's Second Building New Looks

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Brooklyn’s 20 most expensive homes for sale, mapped
While less expensive than their Manhattan counterparts, these homes—mostly located in Brooklyn Heights and its surrounding neighborhoods—are still plenty pricey.
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City to consider BQE revamp alternatives after community outcryThe alternative plan is being pushed forward by City Council member Stephen Levin and Brooklyn Heights residents.
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Historic Boerum Hill carriage house with contemporary interiors seeks $1.7MThe onetime carriage house has gotten a modern revamp
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Domino’s second residential building unveils new looksThe 42-story structure at 260 Kent Avenue will have 330 apartments, 66 of which will be below market-rate rentals.

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Fall Foliage in NYC / NYC Marathon Info / About NYC / Rentals in NYC


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Where to see fall foliage in New York City
See what NYC parks have in store for visitors looking to peek at the changing of the leaves.
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What $4,300 rents in NYC right nowSee what you can get in neighborhoods like Park Slope, West Chelsea, and Flushing

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Telling the story of NYC, one subway map at a timeA new exhibit at the New York Transit Museum looks at the history and influence of subway maps

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The NYC Marathon is coming—here’s what you need to knowEverything you need to know about the annual TCS New York City Marathon.