250 West 94th Street
New York, NY 10025
This classic pre-war home features high ceilings, herringbone hardwood floors, 8 windows, and an eat-in kitchen. The large corner bedroom offers south and west exposures, a spacious alcove with built-in desk and shelves, and excellent closet space. The spacious living room has proportions which easily allow for full dining in addition to living/entertaining areas. There are new double-pane windows throughout the apartment.
The Stanton, named after suffragette Elizabeth Cady Stanton, was designed by Sugarman and Berger and built in 1925. This sought-after co-op offers some of the finest amenities of any prewar building on the Upper West Side. Amenities include full-time doorman, live-in resident manager, an extraordinary landscaped roof deck with dramatic city and river views, a newly upgraded exercise room with sauna, a cheerful playroom, library, central laundry, private storage, and bike room. The building is conveniently located near public transportation, parks, restaurants, and shopping. Pets and subletting are permitted. The co-op has very strong financials and the building is exquisitely maintained by an excellent staff. There is an assessment of $107.74 per month until 12/2016.