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Out-of towner considering to buy in this building.
Any advice/concerns regarding area, building, etc. would be greatly appreciated.
The area is very convient to all: shopping, buses, subways, restaurants and food delivery. Walk to Central Park, MOMA,. It's safe and clean (thanks to The Doe Fund, East Midtown Association).IT'S NOT INEXPENSIVE,BUT IT'S NICE.
Is this going to be your primary residence?
If not, make sure the co-op allows pied-a-tierres.
"Converted to a cooperative in 1985, the building offers 24Hour doormen, live-in Superintendent and an international group of owners. Unusual for a coop, after living here for one year you may sublet your apartment forever! Dogs are permitted"
sounds like they allow pied a terres
Thanks! Truth - I've looked up the Doe Fund and East Midtown Association - impressive. What a great city NYC is.
To:153: My pleasure. If you post an e-mail, I will contact you with more info. I'd be happy to show you around the neighborhood.
153153 at mail.com
Does anyone know how hard is the board in this building?
Is this a land lease building ??
It isn't a land lease building, it's a coop
Like the area very much - particularly with the recent addition of Whole Foods right there outside your door. But I find the cc's in this building a bit too high, and I happen to detest ugly window mounted A/C units. The building next door (225 East 57) is a post war building (and so admittedly an entirely different feel aesthetically), but the units (particularly the 1 bedrooms) are massive, the cc's are lower, it has central A/C, and it is very well run/managed...