On the Market in New York City
By: Stefanos ChenPublished: 10/29/2020Source: The New York Times
Featuring Debbie Baum, James Reed III, and Ian Blom's listing at 176 East 71st Street, Upper East Side:
Lenox Hill Co-op • $800,000 • MANHATTAN • 176 East 71st Street, No. 3A
A 765-square-foot, one-bedroom, one-bath apartment on the third floor of a 20-story postwar building with a doorman, laundry room and gym, just a short walk from the subway.
Debbie Baum, Corcoran, 917-697-1359; corcoran.com
MAINTENANCE $1,138 a month
ASSESSMENT $237 a month through next March, $180 a month thereafter
PROS The sunny living room accommodates a large dining table, and its windows face the quieter rear of the building. The kitchen is compact but nicely renovated, with a high-end electric range and a breakfast bar with stool seating. The bathroom and a short hallway with a closet are hidden behind louvre doors, and there is reserved storage space available in the building.
CONS Some of the windows look onto a neighboring unit’s private terrace. The building requires a 40 percent down payment and pets are not allowed.
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