Top Floor Sponsor Unit, Hudson River /George Washington Bridge Views , No Board Approval
Upon entering you are welcomed by 9 foot ceilings, and a wall of exposed brick that spans almost the entire length of the apartment. The unit comes with a recently renovated a chefs kitchen equipped with a cooking range, refrigerator, dishwasher, convection microwave and a washer dryer hook up! The spacious master bedroom boasting three large window exposures offers vast northern views of the George Washington Bridge and Hudson River. The space benefits from a constant stream of natural light making the apartment bright, airy and open. Down the hallway, you have two additional spacious bedrooms and a bathroom, offering a layout conducive for good separation and privacy. There are no load-bearing walls, so the configuration is very workable if you would want to rearrange the current floor plan. The apartment offers multiple closets, big enough for any wardrobe or extra storage purposes.
This coop offers a tremendous opportunity with great upside, and makes sense for users or investors. The building permits and offers the following: an unlimited subletting policy, no board interview, pied-a-terre, co-purchasing, washer/dryer, parental purchasing, gifting, an on-site super, and a laundry room. Pets allowed. Please note this is not an HDFC Coop.
640 West 139th Street is conveniently located close to every shopping need including restaurants, supermarkets, drugstores, and banks. Some of the neighborhood’s most exciting eateries, such as The Grange, Trufa, Harlem Public, and Home Sweet Harlem are located near your doorstep. It’s an ideal location for students: the building is located only a few blocks away from CUNY City College of New York, along with the newly acquired 17-acre expansion of Columbia University’s Manhattanville campus. Mass transit is readily available: on Broadway the 1 train is two blocks away and there are uptown and downtown buses on the avenue, and it’s not far to reach the A, B, C, and D lines. The location of the building allows for easy and quick access throughout Manhattan and the outer boroughs via the Henry Hudson Parkway, George Washington Bridge, and FDR Drive. The neighborhood offers several parks including St. Nicholas Park and the amazing Riverbank State Park, which runs along the Hudson River west of Hamilton Heights and consists of a double sized Olympic Pool, tennis and basketball courts, ice skating rink, running track, and playground