Do yourself a favor and consider an apartment at 49 Saint Nicholas Terrace for your new home! Well-maintained and just steps from historic St. Nicholas Park, this elevatored building has an incredible location within the Manhattanville neighborhood and is just a few short blocks to the West 125th Street/St. Nicholas Avenue subway station.
- Area: 0.468 miles
- Population: 34,837
- Population Density: 74,398 per square mile
- Average Household Size: 3
With close proximity to all the employment, exclusive entertainment, distinctive shopping, and rich culture the city has to offer this apartment building offers the New York City location while lacking the exorbitant rents found in Midtown. It is located at the corner of St. Nicholas and West 130th Street, both tree-lined one way streets within an area deemed a “Walker’s Paradise” on walkscore.com. St. Nicholas is southerly-running while the traffic on West 130th travels east, and the corner is just five blocks north of the “A”, “B”, “C”, and “D” subway lines accessible via the West 125th Street/St. Nicholas Avenue subway station. Henry Hudson Parkway is accessed just a half-mile west and Harlem River Drive, allowing direct access to the regional highway system, is only a mile east.
Your new apartment is located in primarily a residential area with clean, pedestrian-friendly sidewalks and well-maintained roadways. It is a bright and sunny building during the daytime and a well-lit one at night, providing uninterrupted views of nearly 23 acres of beautiful parkland through its easterly-facing windows. You will be able to step outside the front door and have instant access to basketball and handball courts, playgrounds, shady wooded areas, dog parks, and barbeque recreation areas.
The building at 49 Saint Nicholas Terrace is an excellent location for students, with much of the City College campus and its many landmark buildings lying just north. The college, founded in 1847 and comprised of well-renowned, neo-gothic buildings, has a 35-acre campus and an enrollment of over 10,000 students. Dedicated not only to providing excellence in education through its 73 undergraduate and 47 masters programs, the college maintains a highly resourceful Career Center that regularly holds job fairs, career counseling, and other services to ensure the success of their student body and the surrounding community.
Apartments at 49 Saint Nicholas Terrace are bright, well-maintained, and having many recent updates. Many of the kitchens feature ceramic tiled flooring; otherwise the floors typically are hardwood. Typical bathrooms are clean and updated with ceramic tiled flooring. Additional building features include marbled stairways and lobby and a passenger elevator that services the basement through the sixth floor.
Building Description and Highlights:
- Six-story plus basement 67,440 square-foot limestone elevatored building with recent updates, containing 62 residences
- Built in 1926
- Magnetic lock doors provide access to a richly marbled lobby
- On-site superintendent
- Basement laundry
- Rentable storage lockers
- Heat and hot water included
- Corner location provides unobstructed sunlight and views
- 1, A, B, C, and D trains accessible within a few blocks
- St. Nicholas Park and its valuable amenities just across the road and City College directly to the north
- Apartment features include hardwood flooring, ceramic tile, painted sheetrock walls, and a functional kitchen with refrigerator and range with oven
- Building is comprised of (5) Studio apartments, (14) one bedroom apartments, (31) two bedroom units, (6) three bedroom units, and (5) five bedroom units
- Located in a highly walkable, mainly residential neighborhood with several small eateries and conveniences nearby
When living at 49 St. Nicholas Terrace, you will be naturally drawn to St. Nicholas Park, a welcome oasis that is just steps away and where recent renovations have kept the park a safe and pleasant place to visit. Projects highlighted on the New York City Parks and Recreation website include:
- Fence renovation along St. Nicholas Terrace
- Path and adjacent site work between W 130th and W 138th Streets
- Lower interior asphalt path
- Friends of St. Nicholas Park funded the $11,000 project to construct the dog park
If you are searching for a new place to live, look no further and come find your new apartment at 49 St. Nicholas Terrace today!