An art deco masterpiece in the lower section of Hudson Heights designed by Horace Ginsbern (Harlem River Houses and Rockefeller University's Faculty House apartments), the 120 Bennett Arms was built in 1939 and went co-op in 1989. The historic marble lobby features a breathtaking mural depicting local history.
The 84-unit, 6-floor elevator building offers live-in super and porter, 24-hour laundry facilities, individual storage units, and bike room. Amenities also include a beautiful private patio garden. Cats permitted; no dogs.
The surrounding neighborhood includes many small shops and restaurants; several synagogues, churches and houses of worship; and the stunning Cloisters museum and Fort Tryon Park. Nearby public transit includes the A and 1 trains, as well as the M4, M98, M100, and Bx7 buses.
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