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Looked at a few units in this building. biggest issue is the ongoing assessment as they do facade work. Forget ...

141 East 56th Street is a doorman building with 113 units in the heart of midtown east. If you're looking ...

This building is located about a 5-10 minute walk from the train station. There is a pro directly across the ...

Brusco's one of those good rental buildings. Apartments here are generally spacious with hardwood floors, High Ceilings, Plenty of Closets, ...

Lower East Side Luxury. I have recently visited the building specifically the Penthouse units and a couple of 1 bedroom ...

This is a 22 floor, 108 rental apartment high-rise buildin with concierge service. Unit inventory consists of studio, one, and ...

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  • No electricity
  • No heat
  • No plumbing
  • Rental building
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For owners

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  • New development
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  • Rezoning
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  • Storage units
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