$1,118,000 Status: Active
310 E 46th St #19-V
Manhattan, NY 10017, Turtle Bay
About the property
Corner Apartment with Double High Loft Like Ceilings w/ Oversized Windows, Triple Exposure of South, West & North, Breath Taking City Views. Plus Private Storage Unit!!!
This Newly Renovated Large apartment converted to a Two Bedroom and is conveniently located by Murray Hill/ Midtown East Neighborhood. Beautiful views of New York City which include the the Chrysler Building are easily viewable from living room, kitchen and bedroom. This large apartment has hardwood floors and plenty of natural light.
The open kitchen has plenty of space to cook, with stain steel appliances, full size oven,granite counter tops and Dishwasher it can host a large dinner partly if needed. The bathroom was recently upgraded, covered in marvelous marbled and new fixtures. When it comes to closet space and extra storage no need to look any further, the apartment has more than three large closets and its own private storage unit that is the size of a small bedroom(separate floor private access).
Turtle Bay Towers is a full-service building, with live-in super, 24 hour doorman, roof deck, laundry on premises Set on a serene stretch of Midtown East just down the block from the United Nations Headquarters, Turtle Bay Towers is a full-service luxury building set in a historic prewar property. Built in 1929 as an NYC design school and known for its striking terraced facade, the 27-story tower was briefly home to a print factory. In 1979, its careful conversion to 338 luxury apartments was noted with the First Honor Award from the American Institute of Architects. The apartments here feature 12- to 14-foot ceilings, with some offering wide-open views of the Midtown skyline and the East River.
On-site amenities at this pet-friendly property include a large renovated lobby with two sitting areas, a rooftop terrace, laundry, storage, bike room, and a parking garage, plus 24-hour doorman service and a live-in super. As a condop, Turtle Bay Towers combines all the attraction of a graceful prewar property with the flexibility of a condo: no formal board approval, an open sublet policy and pied-a-terres allowed.
With a venerable history dating back to New Amsterdam, Turtle Bay is the most tranquil corner of Midtown Manhattan, known for its quiet tree-lined streets and beautiful green spaces. United Nations Plaza is just down the street, while Grand Central Station is a few blocks in the other direction and all the appeal of living in the heart of Manhattan is moments away.
- Outdoor Space
- In-unit Laundry
Subways Near This Building
These trains run through . In addition, city buses are also available in this area.
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Crime Rate in Turtle Bay
Schools Zoned for This Building
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