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Ageloff Towers
141 East 3rd Street, East Village, Manhattan, NY 10009

Pre-war Co-op

100 units
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  • 100 residences
  • 12 stories
  • BUILT 1929

The Details About 141 East 3rd Street

Ageloff Towers, in the heart of the East Village, is a 12 story, pre-war, mid-rise co-op built in 1929. The apartments in Ageloff towers retain many of their elegant, pre-war details. Building amenities include bike room, laundry room, live-in super, package room and full time elevator attendant and porter. Pets are allowed. Financing up to 80% of purchase price is allowed. Maintenance includes...

key features
  • Exercise room
  • Elevators
  • Central laundry room
  • Includes Electric and Water
  • Building has Intercom

Ageloff Towers Units

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    • For Sale
    • Sold
    • Rented
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Get to know the East Village

In the mid-20th century, what used to be a region subsumed into the Lower East Side became so distinct it warranted a spin-off into an entire separate neighborhood. At present, the East Village has struck out on its own to become one of the city’s most adored areas. For a place that seems to embody a more modern version of New York City-style greatness, the East Village contains bountiful history. St. Mark's Church in-the-Bowery on East 10th was constructed in the late 1790s and stands as Manhattan’s second-oldest church building. An unassuming Gothic revival townhouse on Avenue B is the nationally-recognized Charlie Parker Residence, where the jazz legend lived in the 1950s. Across from Bird’s former home awaits Tompkins Square Park, a green centerpiece with plenty of shade under its collection of elm trees to sit, relax, and snack on a bagel for a while.

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