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720 FORT WASHINGTON AVE
720 FORT WASHINGTON AVE
Co-op, Prewar
Subway Lines
Subway number A Subway number 1
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number A Fort Washington Ave - Margaret Corbin Dr
Subway number 1 Broadway - 190th St
Details
Co-op
PreWar
Built in 1939
6 floors
150 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Amenities
Security guard
Central laundry room
Common courtyard
Common garden
Common terrace
Exercise room
Fitness center
Garage
Private storage
Live-in Super & Handyman
On Site Fitness Facility (approx. $240/year)
Pet Friendly
Bicycle Room
Private Storage (approx. $75/month)
Premier Art Deco Co-op
Beautiful Art Deco building built in 1939. Apartments are spacious, usually featuring sunken living rooms, built ins, very good closet space, arched entryways and beautiful wooden floors. The building’s beautiful lobby is “Art Deco” and has a mural created via FDR’s works projects that depicts the battle of Fort Washington featuring Revolutionary Soldiers, Hessians and British Soldiers! The building also has storage, a laundry room, live-in super and handyman, as well as porters. The co-op includes 730 Ft. Washington Avenue

Washington Heights
Living in Washington Heights
Bordered by the Hudson and East Rivers and stretching towards the northern tip of Manhattan, Washington Heights is a thriving urban neighborhood full of green spaces, vibrant nightlife and a bustling commercial center. The area, only 20 minutes from Penn Station by train, affords residents easy access to all of New York City. It's a charming blend of the old and new, with Manhattan's most historic home sitting alongside brand new real estate developments, providing a unique backdrop for locals and visitors alike.
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720 FORT WASHINGTON AVE
720 FORT WASHINGTON AVE
Co-op, Prewar
Premier Art Deco Co-op
Beautiful Art Deco building built in 1939. Apartments are spacious, usually featuring sunken living rooms, built ins, very good closet space, arched entryways and beautiful wooden floors. The building’s beautiful lobby is “Art Deco” and has a mural created via FDR’s works projects that depicts the battle of Fort Washington featuring Revolutionary Soldiers, Hessians and British Soldiers! The building also has storage, a laundry room, live-in super and handyman, as well as porters. The co-op includes 730 Ft. Washington Avenue
Co-op
PreWar
Built in 1939
6 floors
150 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Security guard
Central laundry room
Common courtyard
Common garden
Common terrace
Exercise room
Fitness center
Garage
Private storage
Live-in Super & Handyman
On Site Fitness Facility (approx. $240/year)
Pet Friendly
Bicycle Room
Private Storage (approx. $75/month)
Unit Price Beds Baths Date Sold
2E $800,000 2 1 6/26/2019
B $740,000 2 2 6/19/2018
4R $470,000 1 1 1/17/2018
4B $906,000 2 2 8/10/2017
4Z $530,000 1 1 1/12/2017
6F $549,000 1 1 8/19/2015
1V $775,030 2 2 2/4/2015
Washington Heights
Living in Washington Heights
Bordered by the Hudson and East Rivers and stretching towards the northern tip of Manhattan, Washington Heights is a thriving urban neighborhood full of green spaces, vibrant nightlife and a bustling commercial center. The area, only 20 minutes from Penn Station by train, affords residents easy access to all of New York City. It's a charming blend of the old and new, with Manhattan's most historic home sitting alongside brand new real estate developments, providing a unique backdrop for locals and visitors alike.
Subway Lines
Subway number A Subway number 1
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number A Fort Washington Ave - Margaret Corbin Dr
Subway number 1 Broadway - 190th St