This one-bedroom condo has a large private balcony with Hudson River and Rector Park views. • North-east facing with plenty of light • Large great room living and dining space with wood floors and large windows. • Open kitchen with plenty of...
This one-bedroom condo has a large private balcony with Hudson River and Rector Park views. • North-east facing with plenty of light • Large great room living and dining space with wood floors and large windows. • Open kitchen with plenty of upper and lower cabinet storage. Steel appliances including dishwasher, gas cook-top (no oven), microwave, and refrigerator. • Oversized bedroom to accommodate a king size bedroom set and desk. A wall of custom closets. • Spa-style bathroom with soaking tub with custom shower fixture.
Monthly includes Real Estate Tax PILOT $1,083.87 and $961.16 Common Charge (ground rent, civic fee, water, heat, and cooking gas). $504.90 capital improvements special assessment until Oct 2023 All showing by appointment. Contact the seller's agent for all showings - Sorry, no Saturday showings.
Liberty Terrace is a 1986 25-story residential building with 248 condominium units. Amenities include: a riverfront fitness center with swimming pool and outdoor sun deck, laundry on every floor, small pet friendly, and 24-hr concierge and doorman.
Live in an area where there are abundant parks. Located between West Street's Hudson River Greenway (HRG) and the Hudson River. It is a popular place to enjoy walking, jogging, biking, and sailing. A short walk to Brookfield World Financial Center world-class shops and Winter Garden including Bottega Veneta, Salvatore Ferragamo, Gucci, Theory, and Lululemon, with signature restaurants include Liberty Cafe, PJ Clarke's, Seamore, Del Frisco Grille, Parm, Sant Ambroeus. Westfield World Trade Center with many shops including Eataly. FiDi/Wall Street, South Street Seaport, and Tribeca or Wall Street Whole Foods, and Target are a short distance away. Easy access to transportation including the free Connection Bus, Oculus with the Path and subway connections, NY Waterways, major MTA Bus, and Rector St subways lines trains (1, R, W, 4, 5).