Boutique Long Island City condo with two bedrooms, balcony, tax abatement asks $900K

One of 10 residences in a new red-brick condo building in Long Island City, 31-19 37th Ave.’s 4A offers a balance of sense and sensibility increasingly hard to find.

Bright and spacious, 4A is a two-bedroom, two-bath apartment with a corner exposure and large balcony. The foyer leads to an open kitchen and dining/living room flanked by the bedrooms.

The kitchen is fully equipped with a range of high quality appliances, including a Bosch refrigerator, Frigidaire range and microwave, and a Whirlpool dishwasher.

The balcony opens from the spacious living room, providing a seasonal alcove and city views. The bathrooms are finished in marble while the comfortable bedrooms feature large windows and plenty of space.

A roof deck and ample storage space are among the building’s amenities. The apartment overlooks the neighborhood, a mix of new construction and classic industrial architecture.

The district is studded by some of the city’s most cutting-edge venues, including MoMA PS1, Museum of the Moving Image, the Noguchi Museum and the Fisher Landau Center for Art. Markets and shops line nearby 36th Avenue.

Midtown Manhattan is 20 minutes away via the E, M, R, N and W subway lines. Thanks to a 421-A tax abatement, the unit has low taxes of $486 a month. Common charges are $664.

Listed by Mary Torres and Janet James of Modern Spaces, the home is asking $900,000.

[Listing: 31-19 37th Ave., 4A | Broker: Modern Spaces] GMAP

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