Step into the quintessential prewar corner one bedroom and be inspired as the pastels of sunset dance on the bright white oak floors. Everything from the square rooms, to the herring bone basket-weave floor, to the dining alcove projects the refined serenity that makes classic prewar buildings so charming and comfortable.
The entry foyer has two closets and distributes to the living room to the right and the dining alcove and kitchen straight ahead. The bedroom is accessed from the living room and has a corner northwest exposure, with three windows. Two more closets in the bedroom provide for ample storage space within this home. The entire apartment has been completely renovated. Because it is near the top of the building, the apartment clears all the surrounding structures and has very open north and west exposures, providing excellent light and pleasant views. The bathroom and the kitchen both have windows bringing the total to seven.
The kitchen and bathroom have been newly redone, while keeping with the aesthetic of the apartment. The original floors have been immaculately restored to their classic elegance. The bathroom can be accessed from the bedroom or the dining alcove, perfect both for convenience of daily use and entertaining.
Note: Not subject to board approval.
This apartment can be purchased as the unsold shares, meaning that the owner is permitted to rent out the unit, only until it becomes owner occupied. Once it is owner occupied, the unit becomes a normal coop unit, subject to all the bylaws and regulations of the Coop, but until then the apartment can be leased out, and when sold is not subject to board approval.
The Upper West Side is considered by many New Yorkers as the most desirable residential neighborhood. The beauty of the century old apartment buildings, book ending tree lined block after block of brownstones and townhouses creates a place where a human being feels at peace in the cacophony of the urban jungle. Sandwiched between Central Park and Riverside Park, a wide open green space is never more than two blocks away. And whether you are kosher, or vegan, or unabashedly omnivorous, it can take years to fully appreciate all the gastronomic experiences that the neighborhood has to offer.
Easily accessed by the express 1, 2, 3 Train at West 96 and Broadway, and the B, C Train at West 96 and Central Park West. There are many bosses that criss cross the neighborhood as well.
123 W 93 is a Art Deco prewar Coop built in 1925 and converted in 1985. Part time doorman is there from 7am until 1am. There is a bike room, storage, and laundry in the building, and a fitness facility is available for $300/year for an individual or $500/year for a family.