- Bathrooms 1.00
- Bedrooms 2
- Maint/CC $848
- Price $1,052,500
Oversized two bedroom home with large private balcony. This apartment sits at tree-line, providing a quiet, tranquil, and lush
respite from bustling city life. Facing east/southeast and overlooking the coops expansive green space, this home affords a rare Manhattan perspective of being surrounded by trees and greenery. Think urban treehouse. Youll even hear birds singing throughout the day.
Move-in ready, this home features a fully renovated kitchen, open living/dining layout, a 60+ square foot balcony, five oversized closets, and two large bedrooms (king-sized beds not a problem).
Windowed kitchen highlights include subway tile backsplash, Bosch dishwasher, full-sized stainless steel refrigerator, Shaker-style wood cabinetry, and a pass-through window to the balcony.
Bathroom is renovated and tiled, floor to ceiling, with Travertine.
The Seward Park Cooperative offers on-site parking, bicycle storage, personal storage, an indoor children's playroom, two private outdoor playgrounds, a gym, a community room, shared office space, a children's organic community garden, composting, 24/7 maintenance services on site, 24-hour lobby attendants, and several acres of grass and private green space for reading books and relaxing outdoors. Pets allowed on a case-by-case basis. Gifting, co-purchasing, and guarantors permitted.
Conveniently situated within three blocks of the subway at Delancey/Essex St (F/M/J/Z) and East Broadway (F), north and south-bound access to the FDR, and just a few blocks from the M15 Select Bus Service, getting to and from work is seamless.
The property is also situated for easy vehicular access to Brooklyn via the Williamsburg, Manhattan, and Brooklyn Bridges. The Cooperative is also poised to benefit from Essex Crossing, an 8 acre development located a few blocks north. Expected to open in about a year, this project will deliver a movie theater, bowling alley, indoor European style food halls, a museum, Trader Joes, a NYU medical facility, and more to the neighborhood.
After two years of ownership, the Seward Park Co-op allows for subleasing with an additional monthly fee equivalent to 50% of maintenance. After two years of subletting, the fee increases 50% and escalates by the same amount every two years while a subtenant is in place. The fee is capped at 300% of monthly maintenance in years 11 and beyond.