For anyone who craves views of Manhattan's landmark skyscrapers, this two-bedroom prewar co-op boasts access to a roof deck that looks onto the nearby Empire State Building and Chrysler Building. Located on the 16th floor of a Murray Hill property built by the prolific New York architect George Pelham Jr., the apartment gets loads of sunlight, thanks to its high floor perch and plentiful windows. It's listed by CORE for $1.295 million, about the median price for other neighborhood co-ops, according to StreetEasy.
The corner master bedroom, entered via a dressing area, is illuminated by west- and south-facing windows, and includes its own custom bookshelves. The en-suite bath looks a little short on storage, but the light right above the subway-tiled shower area appeals.
The apartment comes with a solid amount of storage space, including a walk-in closet in the hall, and you'll also find attractive wood floor throughout. Building amenities include a 24-hour doorman and live-in super, as well as laundry facilities and additional shared storage.
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