Loft-Like 1-bedroom/1-bath on Madison Avenue!
THE APARTMENT: Immediately upon entry you will be awed by the almost 12ft ceiling height that creates the feeling of a downtown loft. 12B is an extra-large & pin drop quiet 1-bedroom/1-bath apartment. The kitchen, bath and wood floors have all been recently updated. The windowed kitchen features stainless steel appliances including a dishwasher and an ...
abundance of cabinetry. The living room measuring 12'10" x 19'3" is spacious enough for living, dining and if needed, a home office. Past the entrance foyer you’ll find the king-sized bedroom. This well designed layout allows for your private space to be closed off while entertaining. The finishing touches are a wall of closets and a balcony.
THE HISTORY: 244 Madison was designed in 1916 by Arthur Loomis Harmon, the architect of the Empire State Building. It is known for its loft apartments, stands 17 stories tall, has 180 apartments and converted to co-op in 1984. The building’s prime midtown location means NYC and all this city has to offer is at the fingertips of its residents— included are some of the city’s most beloved landmarks: Empire State Building, Chrysler Building & The Morgan Library.
THE CO-OP & AMENTITIES: this well managed co-op has a stunning roof deck with children’s play area and unobstructed views of the Empire State Building; 24 hour attended lobby; live-in Building Manager; laundry room. The Co-op allows pied-a-terres, gifting, guarantors, co-purchasing and parents buying for children. Unlimited subletting by board approval is allowed after 2-years of ownership. Cats are welcome but unfortunately, dogs are not. Read More
Built in 1916 and standing 16 stories tall, 244 Madison offers 171 studio, and one and two bedroom apartments featuring 12-foot ceilings. Amenities include community Wi-Fi, a laundry room, and a rooftop deck that affords great views of the city.