Abundant light, oversized windows and a brand new kitchen in this junior one - alcove studio in The Pembroke in Lenox Hill. Just renovated, Apartment 7G offers an entry foyer, a spacious living and dining area with room for a home office space, an alcove which fits a queen-sized bed and three large closets within the home.
The gleaming, windowed kitchen has been completely renovated with stainless steel appliances--a four-burner gas range with hood, a dishwasher, a full-sized refrigerator and a microwave--a quartz countertop with deep, undermount sink, a gooseneck faucet with sprayer, a white subway tile backsplash, porcelain tile flooring and white wood shaker cabinetry.
Freshly skim coated and painted and with the original wood parquet floors buffed and restored to their natural luster, Apartment 7G updates include contemporary flush-mount light fixtures and a new through-wall air conditioner.? Monthly capital assessment of $221.63 through January 2022.
The Pembroke offers residents the services of a live-in superintendent, two elevators, a windowed laundry room, a small library and bike storage. The lobby has been refreshed and furnished to reflect its origins as a classic Mid-Century cooperative built in 1962. There is a parking garage next door, and The Pembroke is served by the Q and 6 trains and the Select Bus Service on First and Second Avenues.
Situated in the Lenox Hill neighborhood in the Upper East Side, The Pembroke is surrounded by local restaurants such as Jones Wood Foundry, Oda House, 2nd Avenue Deli, Up Thai and Lady M Cake Boutique, gourmet grocery stores Agata and Valentina and Citarella and the St. Stephen's Greenmarket on Saturdays. Neighborhood outdoor spaces include John Jay Park and Swimming Pool, the John Finley Walk along the East River and Carl Schurz Park, and Central Park is seven short blocks away. The Pembroke is an easy commute to Hunter College, Marymount Manhattan College, Lenox Hill Hospital, Hospital for Special Surgery, New York-Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medical Center and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.