Neighborhood Guide

124 East 24th Street

By Vicario Brensley Phillip on April 13, 2009

124 East 24th Street

A vintage mural welcomes you into the lobby of 124 East 24th Street - an art deco gem-hidden a block from Madison Square Park. This fantastic location puts you at the crossroads of some great neighborhoods in Manhattan, right in the Flatiron District. Many of these units offer charming elevated dining rooms - even in the studios. The hardwood floors and renovated kitchens and baths make this 6 story pre-war apartment perfect for those looking for that rare rental that has price, size, location and charm. I don’t know where the genesis of the antique built-in bookshelves came from, but it is that kind of attention to detail that makes this one of my favorite buildings in the neighborhood. Large studios and one bedroom layouts from $2,000 on up make this a great rental option.

Building Features

  • Pre-war elevator building
  • 6 stories, 59 units
  • Studios and one-bedroom apartments
  • Adjacent to Park Avenue
  • Spacious layouts
  • Video intercom
  • Laundry facility
  • Hallway restoration includes new lighting/paint
  • Newly modernized elevator

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