GRAMERCY PARK: Totally Unique, Loft-like, One Bedroom, One Bathroom, Prewar Condo. At the corner of 2nd Ave and 17th St, adjacent to Stuyvesant Square Park, stands a venerable limestone and brick edifice. Its gleaming slate roof and Beaux Arts detailing attest to its pedigree as a National Landmark. Originally built by JP Morgan in 1899 as Manhattan's first maternity hospital, Rutherford Place is now a fashionable condominium with uniquely beautiful and spacious apartments. Unit 516 is a huge, stunning, bright, one bedroom, one bathroom, loft style apartment with soaring 16' ceilings. At over 1150 square feet this large open space offers plenty of room for contemporary living. Beautiful original details like the 6 wooden casement windows each reaching over 10' in height which must be seen to be believed. The windowed chef's kitchen features a Viking stove, Sub Zero refrigerator, Bosch dishwasher, Poggenpohl cabinets, and granite counters. There is a washer/dryer in the unit. The bathroom is done in white marble with black granite countertops and a deep soaking tub. Rutherford Place is a full service building with 24 hour doorman, magnificent common roof deck, brand new gym, additional laundry on every floor, and a bike room. Nearby neighborhoods of Union Square, East Village, and lower east side guarantee an evolving scene with many great restaurants, retail shops, and nightlife entertainment all within walking distance. Pet Friendly. Shown by appointment only.
This unit is located at Rutherford Place, a condo in New York. Built in 1950, this post-war mid-rise property has 161 units.
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