On a high floor in one of Murray Hill's most well-preserved Art Deco buildings, 10A offers a tasteful 1BR home highlighted by original pre-war details along with modern updates. High beamed ceilings and oversized casement windows, providing north, south, and east exposures, set the stage for the generously proportioned rooms seamlessly united by new wide plank oak flooring. The living/dining room can accommodate a full-sized sofa as well as space for dining. A brilliantly designed sunny bedroom features an alcove to accommodate your work from home needs plus an oversized closet. Whether a full-time residence or a sweet pied-a-terre, 10A offers the perfect setting to be your Midtown sanctuary or host an intimate gathering of friends and family.
Located on a tree-lined street in the heart of Murray Hill, 140 East 40th Street is an intimate, well managed, and beautifully preserved Art Deco co-op. It was designed in 1930 by the firm of architects Bien & Prince, who also designed the renowned Carlyle Hotel. Featuring terrazzo floors and stunning 1930s fireplace in the lobby, old New York is brought to life reminding us of elegant days gone by. The landscaped common roof deck affords dazzling views of Manhattan and the Empire State Building. Residents enjoy a part-time attended lobby, closed circuit camera security, live-in super, common laundry room and bike/storage is available (for a fee). Pied-a-Terre ownership, guarantors and co-purchasing are allowed. Sorry, dogs are not permitted. This is a no-smoking building.
140 East 40th provides convenient access to Midtown Manhattans fine dining, shopping, night life, and proximity to Broadway. Other neighborhood attractions include bucolic Bryant Park, the Chrysler Building, and Grand Central Station. Multiple subway lines and buses create easy access to other parts of the city.