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42 West 120th Street, #4B

Condo | rented
Between Malcolm X Blvd and Fifth Avenue
WEB ID: 3695454
$2,500
  • 1 BEDS
  • 1 BATHS
  • PRE-WAR
  • BUILT 1909

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About 42 West 120th Street, #4B

Park Place is a seven-story pre-war elevator building which offers elegantly studios, one, and two-bedroom apartments. This oversized one bedroom, as everything you would like in a unit. As its sits directly in front of Marcus Garvey Park, it's the very essence of vintage and modern renovated apartments featuring 10-ft. ceilings, crown molding, solid oak flooring, open white marble kitchens w...

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    Park Place

    42 West 120th Street

    Apartment Building in Harlem

    Between Malcolm X Blvd and Fifth Avenue

    28 UNITS
    7 STORIES
    1909 BUILT