310 East 46th Street #19L 2016-11-02T20:25:16+00:00

Project Description

Super Bright One Bedroom Loft with Direct Water Views

For sale is an amazingly bright and comfortable one-bedroom loft at Turtle Bay Towers. With soaring 14 foot ceilings, direct water views from the 19th floor, conveniently located steps from the United Nations and Grand Central Station among some of New York City’s best restaurants this one bedroom proves to be a rarity in the market. Enjoy unobstructed views overlooking deep into Long Island City, the East River and the famous Pepsi-Cola sign.

Step inside this clean, modern and quiet home that features one bathroom, a wall of floor-to-ceiling closets and humongous loft windows throughout. The kitchen features new stainless steel appliances, custom tile flooring with sleek white cabinetry.

The flexibility of renting this home immediately and indefinitely combined with low maintenance of only $1,470 per month, which 68% is also tax deductible proves to be a sound investment option if one so chooses. Pied-a-terre’s are also allowed.

19L also provides the homeowner with the option of creating more living space / extra loft space to use as a home-office or sleeping area or whatever is preferred.

Turtle Bay Towers is a pre-war, full service luxury building that features a common roof deck offering mind-blowing views of this iconic city. In addition to a doorman/ concierge 24-hours a day and most importantly a live-in superintendent. Turtle Bay Towers loves pets, has laundry on several floors, includes common bike storage and personal storage units of which one of those can come with the apartment.  There are parking garages on the block as well.

Around the corner is the famous Dag Hammarskjold Park located on 47th street and stretching from first avenue to second avenue. This beautiful park hosts a farmers’ / green market every Wednesday rain or shine and hosts the well-known Dag’s Patio Café.

​Please contact Michael via email michael@mcny.com for a private showing.

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