116 PINEHURST AVE

Co-op, Prewar
335 units
  • 335 RESIDENCES
  • 6 STORIES
  • BUILT 1924

The Details

About 116 PINEHURST AVE

Built in 1924 as one of NYC's original co-ops, Hudson View Gardens is a meticulously maintained Tudor style co-op on 4 Acres of private gardens. Some of the many features include daily mail delivery to your apartment door, central package room, live-in super, on-site management, 24-hour security, a private parking drive for residents, central laundry room, private event space ("The Lounge"), bi...

key features
  • Cable ready
  • Security guard
  • Central laundry room
  • Common courtyard
  • Common garden
  • Common terrace
  • Day care center
  • Exercise room

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