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Two Bedroom Balcony Value!

As you enter the front door this apartment just feels like home. First, you are ushered into an ample and welcoming dining foyer which then opens to an airy living room with huge south facing picture window and double exposures. Next, step outside onto your own private balcony to more fully appreciate the peaceful park views to blue sky, mature trees and lovely green space below.  The windowed pass through kitchen is ready and waiting with a Fisher Paykel refrigerator, Fisher Paykel drawer style dishwasher, and a GE Profile five burner gas range all done in gleaming stainless steel. At the opposite end of the apartment, nicely separated from the living room for maximum quiet and privacy, are two good sized bedrooms for rest and repose. Numerous closets throughout, including a huge walk-in at the entry, parquet strip floors, and a retro bath round out the offering.

OPEN HOUSE: Sunday, October 30, 1 p.m.-2:00 p.m.

475 FDR Drive #L702

Price: $525,000

Maintenance: $813.16

Offered by Neal Young & Jeremy Bolger, Halstead Property.

More info available here.


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  1. Everything in the LED is overpriced!  I have lived here my entire life and its a shame.  They first were only rented to the Jewish community and when the lawsuit is over they open they go private so now no one can afford to buy into this.  Majority of owners are Jewish people who hand their apartments to their family from generation to generation. 

  2. Amen to that, and even when you have the money to buy their apartments you will first need to be “approved” by the board of directors that will practically disect you mentally and physically before deciding whether to accept you or not.  Very typical of this area, and there is a lot of discrimination but we all know deep inside we are not “supposed” to say that.

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