1641 Third Avenue, Unit 16G

1641 Third Avenue, Unit 16G


Offered At $850,000

Common Charges: $721/mo.  |  Real Estate Taxes: $756/mo.

1 Bed  |  1  Bath  |  Condo  |  Doorman


Enjoy high-floor views and innumerable building amenities in this spacious one-bedroom condominium home in a full-service Yorkville high-rise. 

The G-line is one of the most coveted one-bedroom layouts at the Ruppert Yorkville Towers complex thanks to its open plan great room and kitchen allowing total flexibility for living, dining, even home office spaces. Extra-wide north-facing windows capture high floor views in the living area while the kitchen offers great cooking space and ample cabinetry. Two-extra-large closets line the spacious bedroom, additional hall closets ensure storage will never be a concern in this fantastic 835-square-foot Upper East Side abode.

Yorkville Tower 2, part of the sprawling Ruppert Yorkville Towers complex, is 34-story tower offering 24-hour doorman, concierge, housekeeping, dry cleaning and valet services; two private playgrounds and an outdoor terrace with barbecues; bike room; central laundry and on-site parking with Zipcars. Discounted access to the New York Sports Club and swimming pool on the property is also available. This home offers incredibly low common charges that include heat/AC, electricity, gas and water. Spectrum Cable or FiOS offered at a reduced rate. Condo policies are flexible in this well-managed building; unlimited subletting for leases of at least one year, pied-à-terres and 90 percent financing are permitted. Sorry, no new dogs. This section of Yorkville has seen an amazing resurgence in the last few years, welcoming an array of great new restaurants, a new Whole Foods location, and the long awaited opening of the 2nd Avenue subway. Central Park is just four blocks away, and transportation options are abundant; the 2nd Avenue (Q) and Lexington Avenue (4, 5, and 6) subway lines are steps away and many nearby bus lines including the M86 and M96 Crosstowns, and the M1, M2, M3, and M4 Madison Avenue lines on 91st Street