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- Roosevelt Island
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- Doorman, Pets Allowed, Elevator
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Spacious Junior 4 in a wonderful condominium that can easily be converted into a two bedroom. This very special gem features 829 sq. ft of living space, southern exposure, high ceilings, generously-proportioned rooms with lots of closet space. It also includes an open kitchen with granite countertops and stainless appliances, a marble bathroom, a washer/dryer in the unit and low monthly costs. This incredible apartment features oversized floor-to-ceiling corner windows, high-quality cherry wood flooring, breathtaking Manhattan Skyline and full East River views. Tax abatement until 2025, after that the tax will sunset for 5 more years. 455 Main Street "Riverwalk Place" is a very special building, a boutique condo with stunning views and an exceptional staff. The 24 hour concierge service and contemporary, warm and polished lobby with a fireplace add to the ambiance of the building. It also features a state-of-the-art health and fitness center and weight-training facility, children's playroom, bike storage, rooftop lounge and adjoining landscaped sun terrace with panoramic views. Enjoy all the conveniences of city living, with a suburban setting, just minutes from the city. Sitting in the middle of the East River only a short distance from both Manhattan and Queens, two-mile-long Roosevelt Island can feel surprisingly like its own self-contained world. The transportation to Roosevelt Island is effortless and includes the MTA subway F train station (one stop from Lexington/63rd Street train just a short distance from the building), the MTA Roosevelt Island Tram, the Red Bus - a free RI bus service that makes convenient stops throughout the island a free Roosevelt Island circular shuttle NYC Ferry. Self-park at the Motorgate parking garage on the island and have a reserved spot ($190/month membership).
The vibrant community includes the newly developed Cornell University Tech campus with landscaped park space, cafes, a hotel and great dining options. Further, residents have access to the New York City public library, schools, post office, the new Foodtown Supermarket, two well-stocked bodegas, weekly Farmers Market, Duane Reade, Starbucks and a number of local restaurants featuring at least 6 cuisines. In the age of COVID, Roosevelt Island is an attractive alternative to city living due to it's abundance of community amenities and outdoor space, such as: parks, green space, gardens and community gardens, running and biking paths, swimming pools, baseball and soccer fields, basketball and tennis courts, and playgrounds to name a few.Roosevelt Island is committed to green living, and in addition to weekly composting drop-off, one is able to even forage some plants and herbs on the island, and there is a membership run community garden. Other parks include: Southpoint Park and Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms State Park in the south and Lighthouse Park at the north end of the island. Bird Watchers' paradise.