90 Horatio St

90 Horatio St, New York, NY 10014

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2 Beds 2 Beds 2 Br 2 Baths 2 Baths 2 Ba 1 1,400 SF

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About 90 Horatio St New York, NY 10014

Fantastic 2 bedroom Loft in a penthouse level of an amazing luxury building that is located right next to Whitney Museum and where the High Line Park begins. Apartment features: *North facing lofty living space with large windows ,grand pillars and beams which synchronizes with the view of Whitney Museum and High-Line park on the north . *Bedroom that can fit a king size bed comfortably *Skylight * Walk-in Closet Space * Super Tall Ceilings *Controlled central heat and cooling system *Exposed brick walls *Recessed lighting throughout the apartment *Stainless steel appliances that includes a Dishwasher,microwave, refrigerator, granite counter-top and modern cabinets *Ample amount of closet space * Full marbled bath with a hot-tub *Wood-burning Fireplace

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  • 12 Months


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