16 MORNINGSIDE AVEApt. 5N
West 115th Street and West 116th Street Morningside Heights
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.1,100
- Exposure N, E & W
- Corner apartment
- Full park view
- Excellent light
- Great closet space
- Renovated bathroom
Spacious, gracious and affordable three bedroom home directly opposite Morningside Park (named for the east-facing slope that catches the morning sun) The huge living room features three over sized windows that catch the sun and the scenic views of the landmark Morningside Park.
The three northern exposed bedrooms and the windowed bathroom catch the morning sun while the quiet Master Bedroom has both north and east exposures. Both the windowed kitchen and bathroom are in excellent condition.
16 Morningside Avenue is a prewar elevator HDFC coop renovated in 2004. Rare opportunity for qualified buyers to own a spacious, gracious and affordable home on Morningside Park. Must be primary residence. Maximum household income allowed 120% of NY (AMI) area median income. Flip Tax 30% of profit. 2015 Maximum HPD income restrictions are based on household size subject to occupancy criteria are: 1) $72,150; 2) $82,500; 3) $92,775; 4) $103,050; 5) $111,300; 6) $119,500. Showings to pre screened HDFC coop qualified buyers.
Runs from 110th Street to 115th Street, St. Nicholas Avenue to the Hudson River.
A cross between the Upper West Side and Harlem, Morningside Heights boasts some of the city’s most impressive architecture. Turn-of-the-century apartment buildings – many adorned with marble lobbies grand enough to house a presidential reception – and row houses dominate the neighborhood. The expansive pre-war co-ops located on Riverside Drive in Morningside Heights offer amazing views of the Hudson River. Condos with flowing layouts, graciously proportioned rooms, and the high ceilings that make Uptown living so elegant are also abundant in the Morningside Heights area.