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Unit #10C is a one of a kind 2200 sqft sun-drenched corner unit featuring: - Massive living/dining area, with northwestern exposure with serene partial Hudson views across its 7 sundrenched windows! - This immaculate home comes equipped with individually zoned HVAC for added quietness and comfortable living - Chef-caliber open kitchen comes equipped with custom Bosch and Miele appliances, Cesar Stone countertops, and a center island/breakfast bar. - 3 oversize full baths and one half bath - In-unit Bosch washer/dryer. - A oversize master suite with a massive walk-in closet, radiant heated bath floors double vanity, and soaking tub; 2 spacious bedrooms with deep closet/storage space! - Note: Some photos are virtually staged, the apartment is not furnished. Longer lease terms up to 18 months are available on request. Building Features: - 24/7 Doorman and Concierge - Package Room - Live-in Super and On-site maintenance staff - Shared Roof Terrace - In-building gym & playroom - In-building storage units and bike storage - Shared Laundry on every Apt. floor level Transportation: Located literally LESS THAN A BLOCK from the local 1 and express 2/3 trains at 96th St, and 4 blocks from the B/C trains! A brief 9-10 minute train ride to Columbia University! Next door to Imagine School of Swimming NYC! Location: The neighborhood is the unspoken amenity. Just a short walk to Riverside Park and Dinosaur Playground, a brief stroll to Central Park, steps away from West Side Market, Whole Foods, and some of New York's most notable private and public schools (including Columbia University, Barnard, and The Calhoun School.) Nestled quietly a block away from all the popular shopping, restaurants, and nightlife of Broadway! About The Paris at 752 West End Ave. (Cross Street W. 96th St.): Originally established in 1925 as the Hotel Paris, this full-service, luxury doorman, Art Deco building has long been a preferred residence for discerning Upper West Siders. Currently offering an array of inventory ranging from Studios to 4 bedroom apartments appointed with high-end finishes and interiors that savvy New Yorkers have come to expect. All of which set a new standard for a prewar boutique on the Upper West Side.