The income caps for 2019 are as follows: one person, $123,255; two people, $140,910; three people, $158,565, and four people, $176,055.
The listing describes the co-op building, built in 1880 and completely renovated, as financially solid. Features include a voice intercom system, storage, bike room, and common patio area. It's also pet-friendly.
The apartment is on the top floor of the 20-unit building, and has hardwood floors; closets in each room; and north, south and west exposures.
It has a long hallway, which the current tenant uses to display photos and art.
There is room for a nice-sized dining table in the living area.
The galley kitchen has stainless steel appliances, marble countertops, a dishwasher and lots of cabinet space. There is also a pass-through window to the living room.
The living room is large and light-filled, with two exposures.
The master bedroom accommodates a queen size bed.
The bathroom has a full tub and a window. The other two bedrooms have north and south exposures.
The apartment is close to transportation. The 1 train at 145th Street is one block away; the A, C, B, and D trains are two blocks away. Shopping is available along Broadway nearby, and additional points of interest include City College, the Jackie Robinson Recreation Center, Riverside State Park, and Hamilton Grange National Monument.
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