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Oversized Corner Two-Bedroom Art Deco-Era HomeThis spacious Pre-war corner two-bedroom apartment at pet-friendly 180 W. 93rd street has a marvelous configuration. The apartment welcomes you and your guests into a very nice sized entrance foyer, which sets the tone for this elegant property. From your entry, you can view the entire public space, unusually open for a Prewar apartment. Enjoy cooking in your renovated, windowed kitchen with an abundance of cabinetry, ample countertop space, and washer/dryer. Entertain your guests in your well-proportioned dining area and step down into your oversized sunken living room. The bonus space in the great room may be utilized as an extension of your living room, a sitting area, an office or even a den. All this renovated space needs is your furniture! The extra-large bedrooms feature windows to the West and North. This large apartment boasts high ceilings, moldings, hardwood floors, two renovated windowed baths, and abundant closet space. 180 West 93rd was conceived by architect Horace Ginsbern, who also designed another prominent cooperative, the well-known 15 West 84th Street. Along with its sister building, 175 West 92nd street, 180 West 93rd is unique in its features. Marvel at the stainless steel entry doors, nautical-inspired circle windows and classic Art Deco lobby. Additional amenities include a part-time doorman 3pm-midnight, elevator, live-in superintendent, central laundry, bicycle room, and storage rooms/bins. The building is ideally located near the best restaurants, transportation, and shopping the Upper West Side offers, including the Whole Foods shopping center, Riverside and Central Parks. The #1/2/3 subway station is conveniently located one block away. This cooperative permits 80% financing, allows Pied-A-Terres, and co-purchases.