Fabulous Sponsor (No Board Approval required for purchase) gut renovated split 2 bedrooms in the Famed Riviera building in the Audubon Historic District. The apartment boasts high ceilings, big windows, as well as a huge newly custom, renovated kitchen complete with shaker cabinets, granite counter tops, center island, stainless steel appliances, and custom flooring. The apartment also features 2 generous bedrooms, ample closet space and a new bathroom with a soaking tub. A splendid apartment in one of the most sought after buildings in Upper Manhattan. The Riviera, a thirteen-story cooperative located at 790 Riverside Drive on the corner of 157th Street, has long been a coveted address in the Washington Heights area. This extraordinary masonry building was built in 1910 by the architectural team of Rouse and Goldstone in the Beaux-Arts style. The Riviera stands on a lot that was once part of a farm belonging to the painter and naturalist, John James Audubon. It is just a few steps away from Audubon Terrace, a complex of buildings that was Americas first planned cultural center, designed by Archer Milton Huntington in 1904. Audubon Terrace today houses The Hispanic Society of America, The American Academy of Arts and Letters, and Boricua College. At 101 years old, the Riviera has its original, ornamental and architectural details intact. After walking through the black wrought iron and glass doors, one enters the grand marble lobby lined with stained glass windows. Above is a beautiful hand-painted coffered ceiling. In the center of the building are gilt-iron and marble double staircases.
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