Seize this rare opportunity to get into the sublime Paterno.
This generous one-bedroom is high up off the street in the back of the building creating a sunny and quiet oasis to call home. With high 9'6" ceilings and classic prewar details that include beautiful hardwood floors, original moldings, and ample closet space: this property will sell fast.
Directly across the street from Riverside Park and designed by Schwartz & Gross in 1909, The Paterno features a unique Porte-Cochère entrance and stunning marble lobby with stained glass ceiling. This full-service co-op maintains low maintenance for the 24-hour doorman, resident manager, bike room, storage, and laundry. One of the only buildings in the neighborhood not owned by Columbia, The Paterno is Real Estate Gold.
One block from the 1 train on Broadway and trendy restaurants, shopping, and the booming economic growth surrounding Columbia University.