Neighborhood Intel

A pre-war two-bedroom condo that's got co-op charm

By Lucy Cohen Blatter | December 3, 2015 - 3:59PM

To the naked eye, this $1.695 million two-bedroom, two-bathroom at 107th Street and Central Park West seems like a classic prewar co-op, but it's actually a condo. What that means for you: You can put down just 10 percent (instead of the usual co-op requisite of 20 percent) and don't have to go through a  board interview. Win!

The apartment's has a dining alcove, a kitchen with a window big enough for a small breakfast bar, and two well-sized bedrooms. Plus, it's got unobstructed views of Central Park, which should be particularly beautiful when the trees are covered in snow. (You know it's coming soon.)

The mid-rise 1920s building at 467 Central Park West has a doorman, live-in super, bike room, and storage.


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