33 West 56th Street, #6D

1 BED | 1.5 BATHS | Condo | rented

Between Sixth Avenue and Fifth Avenue
WEB ID: 5873315
    • 1 BEDS
    • 1.5 BATHS
    • 984 APPROX. SQFT
    • POST-WAR
    • BUILT 2008

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    About 33 West 56th Street, #6D

    This large sunbathed one-bedroom, 1.5 bathroom residence just under 1,000 square feet is located in the famous Centurion condominium. The teak floors and high ceilings create a modern yet warm atmosphere. Walls of double-paned, sound-insulated windows face South and let the sun in but keep the City noise out. The generous size of the living room leaves enough space for a dining table and a comf...

    key features
    • Concierge
    • Doorman
    • Elevator
    • Pet friendly
    • Central air
    • Dishwasher
    • Excellent light
    • Great closet space
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    The Centurion

    33 West 56th Street

    Apartment Building in Midtown West

    Between Sixth Avenue and Fifth Avenue

    47 UNITS
    17 STORIES
    2008 BUILT