Move right into this opulently bright 900 sq ft. 1-bedroom apartment, features soaringly 11'6 ft ceilings, recently renovated, and an ideal location between East and West. The kitchen and bathroom highlights a newly gut renovated cabinetry with state of the art kitchen appliances, including a Blomberg refrigerator, Kitchen Aid dishwasher, Whirlpool microwave, and Samsung stove. The custom-built closets allow for abundant storage space, as are the doors to the back balcony. With frosted glass sliding doors allow the light to come through while still ensuring your privacy. The luxurious bedroom fits a king-sized bed, and the well designed layout allows for your private space to be closed off while entertaining guests. Other features include a newly installed HVAC system, and excellent design throughout.
The History: 244 Madison was designed in 1916 by Arthur Loomis Harmon, the same architect who designed the Empire State Building. 244 Madison is known for its large loft apartments, contains 17 stories with 180 apartments overall, and was converted into a co-op in 1984. The building's prime midtown location ensures that its residents have easy access to everything this city has to offer. It is located very close to some of New York's most beloved landmarks, including the NYC Public Library, Grand Central Station, the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, and the Morgan Library. With Bryant Park and Grand Central just around the corner, commuting truly couldn’t be easier.
The Co-op and Amenities: This well managed co-op features a beautiful roof deck with a children's play area and unobstructed views of the Empire State Building, a 24-hour attended lobby, a live-in building manager, and a newly refurbished laundry room on the first floor. The co-op allows pied-a-terres, gifting, co-purchasing, and parents buying for children. Unlimited subletting by board approval is allowed after 2 years of ownership. Cats are allowed but unfortunately, no dogs.
** Maintenance does not reflect the co-op abatement (for individuals who qualify).