Here is your opportunity to connect with a classic prewar building that takes you back to the times of horse & buggy in Manhattan. Step into a world designed by the visionary architect Gilbert Schellinger. Gilbert Schellinger was a renowned and prolific designer of residential buildings back in the late 1800's and 1900's. Before you contact the broker for questions or access, please read the terms of this offering carefully as it is a very unique offering and opportunity. Please note the following: ***This offering is available on or about January 1st-February 1 for a one year term to start. An option year is possible. There are no term limits with regard to rentals in this building. ***NO SHORT TERMS! ***Two share is allowed. Three shares or more are prohibited. ***Guarantors are permitted. ***NO DOG policy on rentals. Beautiful & bright Flat highlights the following features: ***The Swannanoaâ€™s most coveted aspect is the large bay windows. Three (3) facing south in the living room. ***9.5â€™ ceiling height. ***Hardwood floors. ***Three bright exposures including south, east and north. This cozy home further features: ***Kitchen: Windowed eat-in kitchen featuring modern white cabinets, D/W, convection/microwave, full oven, Ceasarstone countertops and beautifully tiled backsplash. ***Bathrooms: Both are windowed. ***Washer/Dryer. ***Exposures: Three bright exposures including south, north & east. ***Lighting: Remote Control ceiling fans in LR & both BRâ€™s. ***Closet: Plenty of closet space with 3 large closets including an oversized walk-in off the master BR. Bldg Info: Gorgeous prewar elevator Bldg with great resident superintendent, brand new laundry room & Cyberdoorman remote security service. Two modern passenger elevators along with classic Lobby & entry way. The Swannanoa is a 10-story Neo-Renaissance apartment building designed by a prolific designer of residential buildings whose name is generally associated with single-family row houses. The building was planned with 40 apartments, four on each floor. Its most imposing feature is the two-story base with granite pilasters and projecting portico supported by four granite columns. Above the portico are seven-story rounded bays, undoubtedly designed to provide residents with views toward nearby Union Square. The brick-faced upper floors are extensively ornamented with Terra- Cotta, including foliate detail, Cartouches, Lion heads, and Dolphins. Designed by Renowned Architect: Gilbert A. Schellinger 1 .