This $675K prewar studio is right across from the Museum of Modern Art

Posted On Fri, November 11, 2016 By

Posted On Fri, November 11, 2016 By In Cool Listings, Interiors, Midtown

This 650-square-foot pad is nestled inside a six-story, Beaux Arts brick and limestone townhouse located just across the street from the Museum of Modern Art. Located at 35 West 54th Street, in Midtown West, this is a former one-bedroom apartment renovated into a spacious, open studio by its owner architect. The reno retained some of the classic Beaux Arts details while giving the interior a modern look.

35 west 54th street, studio, moma

The building boasts a lovely marble lobby, with its very own art display. This studio is located on an upper floor, accessed by the elevator.

35 west 54th street, studio, moma

Inside, you walk into a 20-foot by 21-foot open living area with 10-foot ceilings, oak floors and a working wood-burning fireplace. The kitchen is located in a corner alcove. And to distinguish the sleeping area from the rest of the apartment, the architect designed a built-in platform for a queen bed. The renovation also added some custom banquettes and bookshelves.

35 west 54th street, studio, moma

35 west 54th street, studio, moma

The historic co-op building is just gorgeous, and apartments come with a view of the entrance in the MoMA. If that sounds nice, don’t forget that Fifth Avenue, Carnegie Hall and Central Park are all within walking distance, too.

[Listing: 35 West 54th Street, #8 by Judith Auchincloss for Douglas Elliman]

[Via CityRealty]


Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

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Neighborhoods : Midtown



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