Rarely available - SPONSOR UNIT - top floor, corner unit! Masterful design and modern luxury are uniquely embodied in this visually stunning 3 bedroom/2 bath that I affectionately refer to as "Penthouse 607". This jaw dropping home has been completely reimagined and boasts amazing vibrant city views. Every detail was carefully selected and quality crafted. Highlights include – exposed brick walls and gleaming hardwood floors. Each bedroom features large windows and custom closets. Windowed kitchen is equipped with handcrafted cabinets and stainless steel appliances, stone island and counter tops. The home also features pocket doors, washer/dryer, custom and recessed and custom lighting throughout and 11'5" ceilings. The second bedroom has a gorgeous Jack and Jill marble bathroom. 4260 Broadway Condominium is a condo conversion that started in 1990. To date it’s about 80% +/- sold. Most units sold in the past seven years were sponsor owned that were tastefully transformed. All with new electrical wiring, plumbing, marble tiled bathrooms, gorgeous hardwood floors, boasting some awesome high ceilings ranging from over 9’ to 13’, walls were taken down to create open concept kitchens with eating island counters, custom cabinets with plenty of storage, pocket doors, paired with modern fixtures and reputable brand appliances – and all homes equipped with European stackable washer/dryers. This is a wonderful opportunity for anyone looking for a solid investment with good appreciation. The location is spot on – near all public transportation to downtown Manhattan. “A” train ride to Columbus Circle is just 20 minutes. You have a myriad of mom and pop stores, trendy cafes and restaurants, farmers market, new supermarkets fully stocked with whole food and organic produce, parks, museums (Hispanic Society Museum & Library, Morris-Jumel Mansion and Cloisters Metropolitan Museum of Art). All of this in a well diverse community. Washington Heights is a very desired neighborhood rich in culture. You have to experience the life. If you don’t believe me, ask Lin Manuel. It’s wonderful in “the Heights”. Water Charge: $1,010 for the year.