On the Market in New York CityPublished: 4/8/2021Source: The New York Times
Featuring Ivan Mijalkovic and Mario Lituma's listing at 19-19 24th Avenue, Astoria:
Astoria Co-op • $590,000 • QUEENS • 19-19 24th Avenue, No., R207
A one-bedroom, one-bath unit in a five-story former silk mill built in 1912, with a renovated kitchen, new engineered wood flooring and a large terrace, plus building laundry rooms, a gym, a bike room and two parking areas.
Ivan Mijalkovic, Corcoran, 347-653-8010; corcoran.com/nyc
MAINTENANCE $886 a month
PROS The massive green industrial windows are the stars of this unit and allow light to fill the large living area. In the kitchen, the cabinets are tall and spacious. Conveniently, there’s extra storage and a laundry room on the same floor. The building’s lobby design is surprisingly whimsical.
CONS The terrace faces a parking area. The closest train is a 15-minute walk or an 11-minute bus ride away.
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