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220 Madison Avenue, 7K

$525,000

220 Madison Avenue , New York, NY

Under Contract

Property Details

Step into your new home, where luxury meets convenience! This junior one-bedroom gem welcomes you with open arms. This 7th-floor north facing prewar studio offers a blend of sophistication and modern comfort. The spacious dining area is perfect for hosting gatherings, setting up an efficient home office, or whatever your heart desires. Three large closets await to cradle your fashion treasures, ensuring your living space remains clutter-free. GE and KitchenAid appliances in the kitchen.

The building includes a 24-hour doorman, a lobby that’s been lovingly restored to its former glory, and a rooftop deck that feels like your private oasis with dramatic views of New York. The building includes a laundry room, bike room, garage, and private storage (a wait list may apply). Close to the iconic Morgan Library, a stone’s throw from the convenience of Grand Central Station where one can travel to all points of the city and now even to Long Island, and a short distance to the greenery of Bryant Park. Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s are practically your neighbors!

The Board will not permit any Shareholder to sublet their apartment until they have first occupied the apartment for at least two consecutive years. After two years of consecutive owner occupancy, the Shareholder will be permitted to sublet their apartment in accordance with the subletting policy of the Cooperative. The maximum amount of time a Shareholder may sublet their apartment is two years.


A monthly assessment of $272.90 began on 09/01/2023 and ends on 12/31/2025.
Transfer Fee is 1.5% Paid by buyer.

Amenities

Financial Details

  • Sales Price $525,000

Area & Lot

  • Status Under Contract
  • Type Co-Op
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