This spacious one-bedroom apartment in a modern residential building in Astoria has quiet, elegant touches and views from its large balcony off the bedroom. Located at 1401 Broadway, it also boasts the many perks of the growing neighborhood, including its easy commute to Manhattan.
There’s an open kitchen, with stainless steel appliances and white cabinets and countertops, that sits near the entrance to the unit and looks over the roomy living/dining room. The bedroom incorporates a generous closet, while white oak flooring, a neutral palette and oversized windows complement the sophisticated overall package.
In the bathroom, you can find Kohler fixtures, a radiant heated floor and a tub. Next to the bathroom is another closet and a washer/dryer.
Rising to eight stories at the corner of Broadway and 14th Street, the building features a serene yet inviting wood-paneled lobby with a fireplace and 24-hour desk service. The public spaces include a second-floor outdoor lounge and a landscaped roof terrace, the latter with 360-degree views of Manhattan and Queens. A library, lounge, sauna, fitness center and game room, the last with a fireplace and kitchenette, can also be found in the building.
A bike room, parking and an on-site Zipcar location round out the amenities.
A 10-minute walk from the N/W subway line, 1401 Broadway is two blocks from the celebrated Socrates Sculpture Park and the world-renowned Noguchi Museum, the former studio space of artist Isamu Noguchi.
Eil Kamitsis and Vincent Yee of Modern Spaces have the listing, which is asking $2,723 a month.