Beautifully renovated and spacious one bedroom for rent! This top (20th) floor home provides refuge from bustling city life and is awaiting your move-in. The living room and kitchen have been combined to form one large great room with a clean, open, and modern loft-like feel. The bedroom is well apportioned and can accommodate a king sized bed.
The layout includes substantial kitchen storage and counter space, along with an area for a dining table and/or home office. There is ample storage throughout the unit with four deep and oversized closets.
Views are amazing and the apartment is filled with abundant light. Exposures to the north from all rooms afford an unparalleled view of the midtown skyline, inclusive of the Empire State and Chrysler Buildings!
The kitchen features: an island with a large custom Cherry wood slab countertop, an oversized farmhouse sink, dishwasher, dual-oven, high BTU stainless steel range, and full-sized refrigerator. The apartment also features wide plank Acacia hardwood floors throughout, built-in shelving in home office area, and hand painted Mexican tiles in the fully renovated bathroom.
This units expected occupancy is October 1st (possibly mid Sept). Note that this is a Co-op sublet, which requires Board package completion and approval. Landlord will cover the expense of Co-op application and processing fees as a credit to first months rent (~$700)!
The Seward Park Cooperative offers an indoor children's playroom, two private outdoor playgrounds, a gym, a community room, shared office space, a children's organic community garden, composting, 24/7 maintenance services on site, 24-hour lobby attendants, and several acres of grass and private green space for reading books and relaxing outdoors.
Conveniently situated within three blocks of the subway at Delancey/Essex St (F/M/J/Z) and East Broadway (F), north and south-bound access to the FDR, and just a few blocks from the M15 Select Bus Service, commuting is seamless. The property is also situated for easy vehicular access to Brooklyn via the Williamsburg, Manhattan, and Brooklyn Bridges. The Cooperative is also poised to benefit from Essex Crossing, an 8 acre development located a few blocks north. Expected to open by year-end, this project will deliver a movie theater, bowling alley, indoor European style food halls, The International Center of Photography, Trader Js, Target, a NYU medical facility, and more to the neighborhood.