530 East 89th Street - Luxury 1 Bed in an Elevator Bldg; Large Room Sizes

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Geographic Area Upper East Side, 10128
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---- SCHEDULE A SHOWING ONLINE AT: showmojo.com/lt/64e1f6b01e ---- Broker Fee & Credit Check Required * Exclusive Listing; 530 East 89th Street * A prewar , 7-Story building with a renovated brown brick exterior. This structure is highlighted by its narrow vertical compact columns and its ornate, wrought iron balconies. Some of the layouts offer enormous private outdoor space in the form of outdoor patios. Many of these patio units are located on the ground floor. A flawlessly constructed Yorkville residence that features an elevator in the building as well as on-site laundry. This building is one of only a few Mid-rise luxury buildings in Manhattan. The entrance-way is well secured & is well presentable. The live-in Super is one of the hardest working Teams in all of Manhattan. The building is run perfectly. Located in the friendly and safe Yorkville Neighborhood, this building offers splendid views of the FDR Drive & the East

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