** BE THE FIRST TO OCCUPY THIS TOTALLY RENOVATED ONE-BEDROOM APT. If you don't look out the windows much, this apartment is for you! It's a very private (no neighbors looking in) and very quiet (rear of building, off the street) home with a quintessential New York View (a/k/a none). And there's a special attraction! SELLERS OFFERING A DEEP DISCOUNT FOR AN ALL CASH BUYER! Is this your first time buying an apartment? Start with this compact and well-spaced , 1-Bedroom/1-Bathroom HDFC co-op unit in Historic Hamilton Heights. Enjoy this newly renovated 4th floor home in an ELEVATOR building with it's all new kitchen, cabinets, appliances, bathroom, hardwood floors, ample closets, high ceilings and pre-war bones. Buyer would be first occupant in the new renovation. Ideally located just north of the Columbia University campus and west of City College, this home is perfect for a first-time homeowner or anyone else looking for an economical lifestyle in a well-maintained, affordable co-op. 94 Hamilton Place is one cornerstone of “94-102 Hamilton Place HDFC” comprised of 2 separate buildings that occupy the entire block from 141-142 Streets. Buyers go out of their way to live here because it offers exceptional value and neighborhood benefits. Hamilton Place is a quiet, one-way diagonal block with a gentle environment that's close to the bustle and business on Amsterdam and Broadway. Well maintained elevator building with solid financials, renovated exterior (LL11 completed) and resident superintendent will make you feel at home in no time. Pet friendly. 80% financing approved by several lenders. Must be owner occupied, no investors. Parent gifting allowed. Income restricted at 165% 2021 AMI household caps: 1 person–$138K; 2 people–$158K; 3 people–$177K. Hamilton Heights is a very pleasant neighborhood of Harlem with brownstone-lined streets, stately low-rise apartment buildings, townhouses and a rich early American history. Ideal for those who wish to find a quiet retreat without leaving the city behind. Hamilton Heights is home to renowned cultural institutions, beautiful parks, and the lovely Sugar Hill district. There are many nearby restaurants, cafes, groceries, several laundromats and shopping on Broadway and Amsterdam. The Grange, L’Artista, Hogshead and Sweet Chef Southern Style Bakery and Fumo are among the favorites. Check out harlemonestop.com for neighborhood restaurants, culture and shopping for Hamilton Heights and Harlem. Alexander Hamilton Park & Playground across the street. Two blocks to Riverside Park & Denny Farrell Riverbank State Park with indoor Olympic-sized pool, ball fields, track. Four blocks to 22 acre St. Nicholas Park with dog run, playgrounds, ball courts. Transportation: #1 subway – B'Way/145 | A, B, C, D subways – St. Nicholas/145 | #4, 5 buses – Broadway/142 | #100,101 Lexington Avenue bus – Amsterdam/142 NOTE: Private showings to screened buyers will follow REBNY and building health and safety guidelines. Thank you.