Herald Tower Haven
Aug. 23, 2005
Herald Tower Haven
Just Sold by Ida Rae Zapanta
50 West 34th Street, Apt. 18B10
August 23, 2005, (New York, NY) – Ida Rae Zapanta of Nest Seekers International just sold a studio – Apt. 18B10 – for $469,000 at Herald Towers Condominiums for its asking price. The new owner plans on renovating this spacious, 600 square foot studio into a one-bedroom. Formerly the McAlpin House, Herald Towers instituted a $10 million renovation which included the conversion of many of its units into condominiums and a redesign of its lobby.
The building’s renovations are meant to appeal to the modern New Yorker and provide a contemporary look and feel to this pre-war building. With stainless steel appliances set against black honed granite countertops, its kitchen’s green glass backsplashes provide a cool glow to the already inviting food preparation area.
The Herald Towers consist of three pre-war towers that contain 690 rental apartments, including 60 furnished apartments for short-term use. Tenants have access to the New York Sports Club, located on the penthouse level.
About Nest Seekers:
Nest Seekers International is a real estate brokerage firm with four boutique offices in prime New York City and South Florida locations. Led by CEO Eddie Shapiro, Nest Seekers has over 150 real estate agents, in-house staff and a management team of top sales and marketing professionals. The company specializes in residential and vacation home sales, rentals and corporate relocation for the modern “nester.” Nest Seekers’ commercial sales and leasing team facilitate real estate transactions worldwide. Its Cross-Media Marketing Group creates leading-edge advertising and promotions for new developments by utilizing technologies such as 3-D and Flash along with the latest in print and Web design. Nest Seekers’ mission is to provide superior real estate services to customers in local markets through global community presence.
Kristina Natasha Lanuza
Vice President, Public Relations