Situated within the amenity-filled Morningside Gardens co-operative complex, this two-bedroom home at 70 La Salle Street in Morningside Heights was renovated less than a year ago. The result is a cheerful and chic mix of color, pattern, and well-configured space that’s highlighted by an abundance of natural light. With ceilings of over nine feet tall and floor-to-ceiling windows, this corner unit, asking $807,000, maximizes space with plenty of closets in addition to large and livable rooms.
A custom-designed kitchen with cabinetry of Yves Klein blue opens into an expansive and colorful living and dining space.
Both bedrooms are spacious by Manhattan standards and have plenty of closets. Color and light are everywhere, but there’s plenty of opportunity to change things while benefitting from the home’s updated infrastructure.
The bathroom has been updated with modern fixtures and elegant materials, with the same attention to detail and eye for pattern and hue.
Morningside Gardens sits on eight acres highlighted by unique landscaped gardens with fig and apple trees. Amenities include a state-of-the-art gym, laundry rooms, on-site parking, round-the-clock security, indoor/outdoor play areas, an activity room with a pool table, a professional ceramic and woodworking shop, walking paths, lush green lawns, a bike room and much more.
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