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|Beds||Baths||# of Units||Average SF|
|1 Bed 1 Bed 1 Br||1 Bath 1 Bath 1 Ba||1||750 SF|
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About 100 York St New Haven, CT 06511
This apartment is located in the heart of New Haven, a short walk from bars, restaurants, and Yale hospital. The spacious private balcony provides great views of West Rock and is a perfect way to get some fresh air on a nice day. The building comes with covered secure garage, an outdoor pool with BBQs, free storage, and an updated laundry room. You also have 24-hour security and concierge service with on-site management and maintenance. The apartment itself has tons of natural light and LOTS of closet space including a walk-in closet and pantry and storage area with built-in shelving in addition to the building storage. This apartment is a co-op which means you purchase the unit, pay a low monthly fee, then sell the unit when you eventually move out. We are asking $39,000 for the unit and the monthly fee is $1050. If you need an apartment for 2 years or more this is a great deal compared to similar units in the area.
Amenities & Expenses
- Laundry Facilities
- Walk-In Closets
- 12 Months
- •Laundry Facilities
Fitness & Recreation
- •Walk-In Closets
Neighborhood - Downtown New Haven
Downtown New Haven
Higher education and a rich history define the area of Downtown New Haven. This neighborhood centers around nine original squares from the 1600s, as well as the collegiate Ivy League institution that is Yale University.
Along with Yale’s campus, much of the community is made up of the New Haven Green and the commercial district. Downtown New Haven’s strong community presence is evident with its many restaurants, entertainment venues, and nightlife – especially on Chapel Street.
As urban as this neighborhood is, it’s also one of the most residential downtowns in the nation. The Shops at Yale is in walking distance of Yale’s Old Campus, and includes a variety of boutiques, salons, and eateries.
Locals enjoy the area’s museums and theaters, like the university’s Art Gallery and Shubert Theater. Students and locals enjoy their Downtown New Haven homes and apartments, which are close by to the train station, Interstate 91, and Interstate 95.