Type
Co-operative
Maintenance
$665
Tax Deductibility
N/A
For more info call
212-738-9490

Apartment Description

PRICE IMPROVEMENT!!Fashionable, hip and trendy in the heart of the LES, a fabled, iconic neighborhood rich with history. Do not miss a beat in this fabulous apartment in the unique Manhattan neighborhood where everything is at your fingertips. Do you want Katz Deli, Russ and Daughters or maybe some Economy Candy? This is the time to invest in this apartment!! Essex Crossing is being built right now and will transform the neighborhood in only the best way while still maintaining it's charm and character. New park and green spaces, bike lanes and a multitude of new retail spaces are coming soon. All that and more within blocks of your new home at 139 Norfolk Street. Apartment A is a down the studs renovated, pre-war, beautiful and quiet apartment waiting for the new owners. With all the incredible quality touches you do see, like engineered stone waterfall countertops, all new appliances, AND a vented hood; there are so many other thoughtful things you don't see included in the details. The apartment's electrical system has been upgraded with USB enabled plugs throughout, newly levelled floors, upgraded plumbing, a windowed bathroom with a vent and floor to ceiling closets. In addition, the shared outdoor space (only with your next-door neighbor!) will be completely redone at no expense to the building or you! The co-op has a liberal sublease policy, there is a live-in super, who is one of the original shareholders, pets are welcome here and the mt is kept very low by being a self-managed building. This wonderful home on the fabulous LES is perfection.

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Type
Co-operative
Maintenance
$665
Tax Deductibility
N/A
For more info call
212-738-9490

Location

Staticmap?size=450x300&zoom=16&markers=40.720131, 73

Nearby Transportation

Norfolk St & Delancey St (2 min walk)

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7th Ave & 53rd St (3 min walk)

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Subway data provided by NYC Open Data.

Lower East Side

The Lower East Side’s boundaries — east from the Bowery to the East River Park and bounded by Houston street to the north — seem to be the only non-changing aspect of this booming neighborhood. While decades ago, the area was populated mostly with working-class families and up-and-coming...

 
 

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