140 Charles Street, 8-A
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HUDSON RIVER VIEWS * STUNNING SUNSETS * 2 BEDROOMS * 12 WINDOWS * PRIVATE BALCONY
MINT RENOVATION! Sun-drenched northwest corner two bedrooms, two full bathrooms surrounded by 12 windows. Floor-to ceiling glass doors from the living room lead onto a large, curved balcony with 3 exposures. Stunning sunsets, Hudson River Views, and charming historic views of eclectic architecture on tree lined streets.
Residence: Butterscotch Oak 5' Plank Floors throughout, Calacatta Marble kitchen countertops, stainless steel appliances, LG washer/dryer. Bespoke bathrooms: master bathroom en-suite, custom vanity, polished nickel hardware, Asher wall tiles Honed, hexagon honey floor tiles. Guest bathroom: Calacatta Marble vanity countertop, Calacatta Marble herringbone floor tiles, lacquered burnished brass medicine cabinet, brass hardware.
Balcony: Large, curved balcony on the Northwest corner with 3 exposures.
Building: Memphis Downtown located at 140 Charles Street in the West Village is a full-service condominium with a 24-hour concierge, in-residence building superintendent, porters, package room, laundry room, direct access parking garage, and a 22nd floor sun deck with sweeping 360-degree views. The architecture is a postmodernism design inspired by The Memphis Group the Italian design group founded in Milan by Ettore Sottsass.
Neighborhood: 140 Charles Street is a short distance to the American Whitney Museum, The Highline, and West Chelsea Galleries. The West Village is a historic neighborhood with landmarked buildings, tree lined cobblestone streets, eclectic architecture, charming restaurants, shops, and theater. Memphis Downtown is one block from Hudson River Park; a 550-acre riverside park with landscaped gardens on the west side of Manhattan between Battery Place and West 59th Street. Hudson River Park and its magnificent piers offer a variety of sports and recreational activities such as cycling, jogging, walking, golf, tennis, water sports and more. Little Island is a new public park to experience nature and art in a unique urban oasis on the Hudson River. Gansevoort Peninsula is Manhattan's first public beach and expected to open in the summer of 2023.
Two assessments are in place: $705.39/mo. through October 2023 and $275.23/mo. through June 2024
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