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430 West 34th Street
430 West 34th Street
Co-op, Postwar
Subway Lines
Subway number A Subway number C Subway number E Subway number 7 Subway number 1
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number A 8th Ave - 34th St
Subway number C 8th Ave - 34th St
Subway number E 8th Ave - 34th St
Subway number 7 11th Ave - 34th St
Subway number 1 7th Ave - 28th St
Details
Co-op
PostWar
Built in 1963
17 floors
178 units
Elevator
Amenities
Doorman
Cable ready
Central laundry room
Guarantors allowed
High-speed internet
Live-in Super
Renovated lobby and hallway
Very well run building
Full Service Co-op with Fantastic Roofdeck & Low Maintenance
Built in 1963 and converted to cooperative ownership in 1988, Convention Overlook consists of 177 apartments within 18 floors. The building features a full-time doorman, live-in super, a landscaped roofdeck on the 19th floor, laundry, bike storage, and storage units. The lobby was renovated in 2005. The live-in super is assisted by 2 handymen. The building is known for its low maintenance, which has been kept in check through an efficient board of directors. The building consists of straight studios, alcove studios, and 1 bedrooms. 34th Street between 9th and 10th Avenue is largely a residential block. 433 West 34th Street across the street is also a high-rise cooperative building. Convention Overlook sits within an area expectant to see a large amount of development, including the new 7 train station at 34th and 11th Ave, the Hudson Yards project (in conjunction with High Line extension to 34th), the “Manhattan West” development between 33rd and 31st St and 9th Avenue (platform over train yards) and the transfer of Amtrak service to the Farley Post Office at 33rd and 9th.

Chelsea/Hudson Yards
Living in Chelsea
Historically, Chelsea has served up grit and glamour in equal measures. In this dynamic neighborhood, new luxury high-rises, a booming nightlife and sophisticated art galleries give way to modest townhouses and quiet residential streets. Chelsea’s former warehouses are now sleek galleries and its abandoned railway has made way for the High Line park, one of Manhattan’s newest and most visited attractions. Residents include a blend of old-timers, young artists and an international crowd. Michelin-starred restaurants sit next door to trendy taco stands, and traditional walk-ups are neighbors with glitzy high-rises. It’s all part of Chelsea's dynamic evolution.
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430 West 34th Street
430 West 34th Street
Co-op, Postwar
Full Service Co-op with Fantastic Roofdeck & Low Maintenance
Built in 1963 and converted to cooperative ownership in 1988, Convention Overlook consists of 177 apartments within 18 floors. The building features a full-time doorman, live-in super, a landscaped roofdeck on the 19th floor, laundry, bike storage, and storage units. The lobby was renovated in 2005. The live-in super is assisted by 2 handymen. The building is known for its low maintenance, which has been kept in check through an efficient board of directors. The building consists of straight studios, alcove studios, and 1 bedrooms. 34th Street between 9th and 10th Avenue is largely a residential block. 433 West 34th Street across the street is also a high-rise cooperative building. Convention Overlook sits within an area expectant to see a large amount of development, including the new 7 train station at 34th and 11th Ave, the Hudson Yards project (in conjunction with High Line extension to 34th), the “Manhattan West” development between 33rd and 31st St and 9th Avenue (platform over train yards) and the transfer of Amtrak service to the Farley Post Office at 33rd and 9th.
Co-op
PostWar
Built in 1963
17 floors
178 units
Elevator
Doorman
Cable ready
Central laundry room
Guarantors allowed
High-speed internet
Live-in Super
Renovated lobby and hallway
Very well run building
Unit Price Beds Baths Date Sold
4L $425,000 Studio 1 10/11/2017
17H $699,000 1 1 5/15/2017
Chelsea/Hudson Yards
Living in Chelsea
Historically, Chelsea has served up grit and glamour in equal measures. In this dynamic neighborhood, new luxury high-rises, a booming nightlife and sophisticated art galleries give way to modest townhouses and quiet residential streets. Chelsea’s former warehouses are now sleek galleries and its abandoned railway has made way for the High Line park, one of Manhattan’s newest and most visited attractions. Residents include a blend of old-timers, young artists and an international crowd. Michelin-starred restaurants sit next door to trendy taco stands, and traditional walk-ups are neighbors with glitzy high-rises. It’s all part of Chelsea's dynamic evolution.
Subway Lines
Subway number A Subway number C Subway number E Subway number 7 Subway number 1
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number A 8th Ave - 34th St
Subway number C 8th Ave - 34th St
Subway number E 8th Ave - 34th St
Subway number 7 11th Ave - 34th St
Subway number 1 7th Ave - 28th St