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300 West 110th Street #6D

$425,000 for sale
IN CONTRACT
600 ft²$708 per ft²3 rooms1 bed1 bath

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Listing Facts

Days On Market
67 days on StreetEasy
Monthly Charges
Common Charges: $323
Monthly Taxes: $417

Description

Beautifully situated on the northwest corner of Central Park, this 1BR condo offers the best value on the UWS! Favorable floor plan features spacious bedroom, copious closet space, open alcove kitchen with custom cabinetry, and brilliant sun exposure from the bedroom and living room. Located steps to the B and C line and cross town bus as well as shopping and dining. Towers on the Park is a full service, doorman, elevator building with laundry room, garden, community rooms, storage and bike rooms on site. Do not miss this amazing opportunity to live on CPW at the best price on the UWS!

Amenities

Building Amenities
  • Bike Room
  • Cold Storage
  • Concierge
  • Doorman
  • Elevator
  • Laundry in Building
  • Live-in Super
  • Parking Available
  • Pets Allowed
  • Community Recreation Facilities
  • Storage Available
Outdoor Space
  • Garden

Building

Towers on the Park 300 West 110th Street  New York, NY 10026

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