555 West 59th Street #19F

THE ELEMENT
Apartment Building | sold
Between Amsterdam Avenue & West End Avenue
WEB ID: 5978750
$2,025,000
    • 10% Down: $202,500
  • 2 BEDS
  • 2 BATHS
  • POST-WAR
  • BUILT 2010

The Details

About 555 West 59th Street #19F

LISTING MIGRATION-SOLD 11/18/2019 $2,025,000

key features
  • Courtyard
  • Garden
  • Terrace
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555 West 59th Street

Apartment Building in Upper West Side

Between Amsterdam Avenue & West End Avenue

186 UNITS
33 STORIES
2010 BUILT
Sales History
Sales History for ELEMENT
dateunitpriceapprox. sq. ft.bedsbaths04/27/202022F$2,230,00012732212/03/201926A$2,075,00013802211/18/201919F$2,025,000127322
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Total$7,274.52/Month

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  • Principal & Interest$7,274.52
  • Property Taxes0
  • Maintenance / Common Charges0
Listing Courtesy of Douglas Elliman