Available ASAP up until a May 15th move in date. Gorgeous 2BR/2BA with Morningside Park View! Features include stainless steel appliances, quartzite countertops, Bosch Washer & Dryer, Grohe bathroom finishes, floor-to-ceiling windows, and custom blinds. Mid-Sept Move-In. Floor-to-Ceiling Windows Stainless Steel Appliances Bosch Washer & Dryer Dishwasher 5" Wood Floor Bicycle Storage Desirable Layout Full-Height Windows Grohe Bathroom Finishes Light Filled Quartzite Counters short term Solar Shades Washer/Dryers Art Gallery City View Roof Deck Fitness Center Game Room Private Event Space Sculpture Garden Landscaped Private Outdoor Space Parking Garage Screening Room 24-hour Doorman Designed by Handel Architects, Enclave at the Cathedral embodies and embraces community. It sits upon the grounds of the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, the largest cathedral in the world. Enclave's architecture thoughtfully compliments the Cathedral's design. The surrounding neighborhood includes Columbia University and Barnard College. Easy access to the 1, 2, 3, B, D, A, and C subway lines put the rest of the city within easy reach. Parking available on-site.
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Taking its name from the 30-acre Morningside Park, Morningside Heights is home to a diverse array of cultural and academic landmarks, including the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, and Central Park at its southern border. Columbia University, Barnard College and the Jewish Theological Seminary of America make up what is referred to as the neighborhood’s “Academic Acropolis.” The Studio Museum of Harlem and the Sugar Hill Gallery serve as the backbone of a vibrant art scene, and many clubs provide residents venues for listening to live music seven nights a week. An extension of the Upper West Side and Harlem, Morningside Heights architecturally and culturally blends two vibrant neighborhoods.