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244 Madison Avenue

Apt. 6B
Between East 37th Street and East 38th Street
Coop
$369,000

This home has been sold

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Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 4 Madison Ave - 42nd St
Subway number 5 Madison Ave - 42nd St
Subway number 6 Madison Ave - 42nd St
Subway number 7 Madison Ave - 42nd St
Subway number S Madison Ave - 42nd St
Subway number B 5th Ave - 42nd St
Subway number D 5th Ave - 42nd St
Subway number F 5th Ave - 42nd St
Subway number M 5th Ave - 42nd St
Subway number N 6th Ave - 35th St
Subway number Q 6th Ave - 35th St
Subway number R 6th Ave - 35th St
Subway number 1 Broadway - 40th St
Subway number 2 Broadway - 40th St
Subway number 3 Broadway - 40th St
Essentials
Price $369,000
Type Co-op
Bedroom 1
Bathroom 1
Rooms 3
Key Features
Balcony
Doorman

This is a sleek and sexy one bedroom, one bath in a full service building in the heart of midtown - convenient to everything! High ceilings (11 feet!) and large rooms give this unit a loft-like feel. You can use the terrace off the living room for seasonal entertaining, or enclose it for an all-year formal dining room.

Agent
Murray Hill
Living in Murray Hill
Bordered by the iconic Grand Central to the north and Empire State Building to the west, Murray Hill is a neighborhood that can offer both the beauty of a quiet residential area within walking distance of work and a vibrant midtown community with great bars and restaurants.
Explore Murray Hill
244 Madison Avenue
Murray Hill Plaza
180-unit pre-war co-operative gem. 244 Madison Ave was designed in 1916 by Arthur Loomis Harmon, who was born in Chicago and was the architect for the Empire State Building. In the mid-1920s, the Norcross Greeting Card Company, formed by Arthur Norcross, was located at 244 Madison Ave. The poet Ogden Nash also had an office here and even penned a poem mentioning the building, "Spring Comes to Murray Hill." The building stands seventeen stories tall and was converted to a co-operative in 1984. This is a masterpiece of architectural construction and materials. No attention to detail has been missed.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1916
17 floors
180 units
Amenities
Doorman
Central laundry room
Common roof deck
Common storage
Common terrace
Guarantors allowed
Package room

This home has been sold

244 Madison Avenue
Apt. 6B
Between East 37th Street and East 38th Street
Coop
Essentials
Price $369,000
Maintenance/Common Charges $1
$Murray Hill
% down $Co-op
Type Co-op
Bedroom 1
Bathroom 1
Rooms 3

This is a sleek and sexy one bedroom, one bath in a full service building in the heart of midtown - convenient to everything! High ceilings (11 feet!) and large rooms give this unit a loft-like feel. You can use the terrace off the living room for seasonal entertaining, or enclose it for an all-year formal dining room.

Balcony
Doorman
Murray Hill
Living in Murray Hill
Bordered by the iconic Grand Central to the north and Empire State Building to the west, Murray Hill is a neighborhood that can offer both the beauty of a quiet residential area within walking distance of work and a vibrant midtown community with great bars and restaurants.
Explore Murray Hill
Subway Lines
Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number 6 Subway number 7 Subway number S Subway number B Subway number D Subway number F Subway number M Subway number N Subway number Q Subway number R Subway number 1 Subway number 2 Subway number 3
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 4 Madison Ave - 42nd St
Subway number 5 Madison Ave - 42nd St
Subway number 6 Madison Ave - 42nd St
Subway number 7 Madison Ave - 42nd St
Subway number S Madison Ave - 42nd St
Subway number B 5th Ave - 42nd St
Subway number D 5th Ave - 42nd St
Subway number F 5th Ave - 42nd St
Subway number M 5th Ave - 42nd St
Subway number N 6th Ave - 35th St
Subway number Q 6th Ave - 35th St
Subway number R 6th Ave - 35th St
Subway number 1 Broadway - 40th St
Subway number 2 Broadway - 40th St
Subway number 3 Broadway - 40th St
244 Madison Avenue
Murray Hill Plaza
180-unit pre-war co-operative gem. 244 Madison Ave was designed in 1916 by Arthur Loomis Harmon, who was born in Chicago and was the architect for the Empire State Building. In the mid-1920s, the Norcross Greeting Card Company, formed by Arthur Norcross, was located at 244 Madison Ave. The poet Ogden Nash also had an office here and even penned a poem mentioning the building, "Spring Comes to Murray Hill." The building stands seventeen stories tall and was converted to a co-operative in 1984. This is a masterpiece of architectural construction and materials. No attention to detail has been missed.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1916
17 floors
180 units
Amenities
Doorman
Central laundry room
Common roof deck
Common storage
Common terrace
Guarantors allowed
Package room