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28 West 26th Street, #1C

Rental Building | rented
Between Broadway and Sixth Avenue
WEB ID: 5972376
  • 1 BEDS
  • 1 BATHS
  • BUILT 1925

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About 28 West 26th Street, #1C

Gut renovated 1 bedroom in the desirable NoMad neighborhood! Outfitted with new dark stained hardwood floors, light fixtures, queen size bedroom, kitchen with white marble counter tops, Stainless Steel appliances, dishwasher, marble floors in the bathroom, and new Kohler fixtures... This apartment is a beauty. There is an elevator for ease of access, 2 coin operated washers and dryers in the...

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28 West 26th Street

28 West 26th Street

Multi-Family Townhouse in Chelsea/Hudson Yards

Between Broadway and Sixth Avenue

1925 BUILT