Anna Kahn

Award-winning broker Anna Kahn has become a pillar of the Manhattan real estate community over the past 20 years.

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310 W 106th St, #2C

Back on market- deal fell through! This quiet, pre-war, and sizable 1 bedroom, 1 bath also includes a converted space that is perfect for a home office, den, dining area, or nursery. The space is equipped with a pocket and French door. Set picturesquely next to Riverside Park, and only a few blocks down from Columbia University. The private vestibule, accessed off of the 2nd floor hallway, makes this home particularly quiet. There is ample storage throughout, including a double deep closet in the foyer, three tall closets in the living room area, and one fitted closet off of the king size bedroom. The apartment boasts character at an estimated 700 square feet encompassing 9'3" high-beamed ceilings, original herringbone flooring, and white barn door style closets. The chef's kitchen includes stainless steel appliances, white Caesarstone countertops, beveled subway tile backsplash, wood cabinetry, and storage. The windowed, and renovated bathroom contains a deep soaking porcelain tub, white marble tiling, and ample cabinetry space.

Conveniently located between West End Avenue and Riverside Drive on a wide tree-lined residential street. The 1 train is accessible on Broadway from either 110th street or 103rd street and the B/C are located nearby at 110th street. The crosstown bus is also located on 110th street. There is an abundance of small shops, lounges, bars, and restaurants in the neighborhood to visit.

310 West 106th Street was built in 1927 and converted to a cooperative in 1979. Featured in the most recent Ghostbusters movie, 310 West 106th Street is one of the Upper West Side's finest pre-war apartment houses. With 16 floors and only 78 apartments, this premier full-service cooperative offers spacious and flexible layouts throughout. The building offers a 24-hour attended lobby and elevator, a live-in superintendent, a beautifully-landscaped roof garden with Hudson River views, central laundry room, and bicycle storage. 310 West 106th Street is 100% owned by residents, and has excellent financials. Renting is permitted after two years of ownership, and dog-friendly.