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Building: 900 West 190th Street

900 West 190th Street, New York, NY, 10040

Building Description

A very livable and comfortable post-war coop building built in 1955 and converted to coop in 1986. This is the only true 24-hour full-service doorman building in Hudson Heights with live-in super and porters, bicycle room, garage, laundry room, common storage room, recently renovated lobby and features several “Green” initiatives including the recent installation of solar panels—one of the City’s first to do so! Utility costs are low! Most apartments have open views of the City or the Hudson River and the large windows in every apartment allow for lots of light regardless of exposure. Concrete slab construction makes this building quiet as you will rarely hear your neighbors above you. This building is located just steps to Fort Tryon Park which features the Cloisters, the Heather Garden and the New Leaf Café, and is close to services, stores, shops, the A Train and busses. W/D is allowed but dogs are not, only cats.

Building description provided by Bill Vilkelis

Building Amenities

  • Bike Room
  • Doorman
  • Elevator
  • Laundry in Building
  • Green Building
  • Live-in Super
  • Parking Available
  • Storage Available

Building facts

Owned by: CABRINI TERRACE OWNER

Sales - 3 active / 6 in contract

$1,200,000 
 
5.5 rooms, 3 beds
2 baths
1,200 ft²
$735,000  
  IN CONTRACT
4.5 rooms, 2 beds
1 bath, 1 half bath
1,000 ft²
$675,000  
  IN CONTRACT
4.5 rooms, 2 beds
1 bath
1,000 ft²
$650,000  
  IN CONTRACT
4.5 rooms, 2 beds
1 bath, 1 half bath
$650,000  
  IN CONTRACT
4.5 rooms, 2 beds
1 bath, 1 half bath
1,000 ft²
$649,000  
 
4.5 rooms, 2 beds
1 bath
$580,000  
  IN CONTRACT
4.5 rooms, 2 beds
1 bath
900 ft²
$445,000  
  IN CONTRACT
3.5 rooms, 1 bed
1 bath
825 ft²
$425,000  
 
3 rooms, 1 bed
1 bath
650 ft²

Rentals - 2 active

$3,200  
 
4 rooms, 2 beds
1 bath
$2,000  
 
3 rooms, 1 bed
1 bath
734 ft²

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