A home that will take care of you. It is my pleasure to present apartment 2A at 80 Lasalle.Let's start with the space: 724 square feet to call your own. And with 9'6" ceilings, it will feel like even more. This large one bedroom offers the luxury of that work-from-home environment you didn't think was possible. So many options to set up your work space and still have plenty of room for a separate dining area as well. And at just one flight up, it's very easy to skip the elevator.Next, the light: huge windows that feature garden views. The unit is positioned just right to get lovely sunlight throughout the day. You'll want to keep the windows open because the breeze is delightful, and all you'll hear are birds and the occasional sprinkler. Also, storage: six deep closets plus one small broom closet. Most New Yorkers could only dream of the stuff you'll be able to keep.Now let me tell you about the location: You will be steps away from the 1 train at 125th street and Broadway, also just a few blocks from the A/B/C/D trains at 125th and St. Nicholas, both stations with elevators. Yet you won't ever need to use the subway because all you need is close by. There are so many of Harlem's finest restaurants blocks away, such as Max Soha, Kitchenette, Pisticci, Dinosaur BBQ, Lasalle Dumpling, Jin Ramen, Clay, Vinateria, Lido, and many more. For outdoor activities, there's Morningside Park to the east, Riverside Park and the Hudson River Greenway to the west, and Baylander Steel Beach for sunsets over the Hudson.And finally, the cherry on top, the community: Morningside Gardens. This complex is made up of six buildings spread out over eight acres of landscaped gardens. Each building has its own laundry facility. There's a gym, private storage, bike room, game room, play room, and garage exclusively for the co-op. The complex functions like a small town with it's own 24-hour security, day care, playground, and retirement community complete with assisted living services. You can join the bird watching group, the theater troupe, activist gatherings, or wood working classes, to name a few of the ways you can be involved. Or keep to yourself on a favorite bench in the gardens, and watch the day go by. This is a lovely place to live and grow a real community in the heart of New York. All this, at under $615 per square foot. Where's the catch? There is none. Welcome home.