Built in 1929, 433 West 34th Street is a pre-war building designed by architects Sugarman & Berger and developed by Samuel Allen in the art-deco style. 433 is the Prewar Jewel of the Hudson Yards and Manhattan West areas and was built with 209 apartments over 20 stories and offers 24-hour doorman, live-in Super, maintenance staff, package room, storage, and bike room, central laundry for tenants and laundry and dry-clean drop off service.
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