505 West 141st Street #21

Hamilton Heights | Amsterdam Avenue and Hamilton Place

 
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Price:
$350,000
Type:
Maintenance:
Coop
$483
Bedrooms:
Bathrooms:
3
1
Web ID:
Status:
172703
ACTIVE
 

Description

Income Restricted Hamilton Heights HDFC 3 Bedroom Co-op for Sale All Cash offers only Needs TLC Income Limit for 1 Person $76,125, for 2 Family Members $87,000, for 3 Family Members $97,875 for, 4 Family Members $108,750, and for 5 Family Members $117,450^BUILDING SPECIFICS Units: 28 Ownership: Coop Stories: 6 Building Year: 1920^Hamilton Heights between Manhattan Ville and Washington Heights—is a wonderland of parks, row houses, and NYC landmarks. In addition to the views of the Hudson River from Riverside Park, Riverbank State Park has everything from an Olympic-sized swimming pool to a soccer field. With trees as tall as 35 feet, it is also the site of the largest green roof in the city. Hamilton Heights teems with quiet townhouses and luxury apartment buildings. These homes are concentrated in the Hamilton Heights Historic District and built in architectural styles including Queen Anne, Romanesque, and Beaux-Arts. Some of the landmarks in this neighborhood include St. Luke’s, the Convent Avenue Baptist Church, and St. James Presbyterian Church. Each of these churches adds to the unique, historic vibe in the atmosphere. St. Luke’s red facade—built in the late 19th century—has withstood the test of time, and continues to impress visitors. The Convent Avenue Baptist Church and St. James Presbyterian Church have protruding castle-like towers reminding pedestrians of another time. Hamilton Heights—the former home of composer George Gershwin and artist Norman Rockwell—is an idyllic neighborhood keeping the spirit of a younger New York City alive.^
Income Restricted Hamilton Heights HDFC 3 Bedroom Co-op for Sale All Cash offers only Needs TLC



Income Limit for 1 Person $76,125, for 2 Family Members $87,000, for 3 Family Members $97,875 for, 4 Family Members $108,750, and for 5 Family Members $117,450
BUILDING SPECIFICS

Units: 28
Ownership: Coop
Stories: 6
Building Year: 1920
Hamilton Heights between Manhattan Ville and Washington Heights—is a wonderland of parks, row houses, and NYC landmarks. In addition to the views of the Hudson River from Riverside Park, Riverbank State Park has everything from an Olympic-sized swimming pool to a soccer field. With trees as tall as 35 feet, it is also the site of the largest green roof in the city.

Hamilton Heights teems with quiet townhouses and luxury apartment buildings. These homes are concentrated in the Hamilton Heights Historic District and built in architectural styles including Queen Anne, Romanesque, and Beaux-Arts. Some of the landmarks in this neighborhood include St. Luke’s, the Convent Avenue Baptist Church, and St. James Presbyterian Church. Each of these churches adds to the unique, historic vibe in the atmosphere. St. Luke’s red facade—built in the late 19th century—has withstood the test of time, and continues to impress visitors. The Convent Avenue Baptist Church and St. James Presbyterian Church have protruding castle-like towers reminding pedestrians of another time.

Hamilton Heights—the former home of composer George Gershwin and artist Norman Rockwell—is an idyllic neighborhood keeping the spirit of a younger New York City alive.
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