35-20 77TH ST, APT #32


Live in NYC with spacious rooms, natural light, private garden and fireplace, all in a pet-friendly space out of the art-deco era. Hawthorne Court is a 1922 coop complex in the Jackson Heights Historic District. This classic six-room apartment is in the heart of it, and just a few blocks from a major subway stop (E,F,M,7,R,G).

Enter this gracious apartment through a wood-paneled elevator with sliding doors that open directly into the apartment. With southern, western and eastern exposures, the open layout allows for a lot of natural light. The apartment features a spacious living room with a wood burning fireplace, dining room, open kitchen, three bedrooms and two full baths. Original inlaid wood floors throughout have been refinished and the apartment includes access to a private award-winning garden.

Each of the building’s ten apartments (two per floor) has a roomy storage space in the basement as well as dedicated bike storage. The super lives on site. The laundry room, as well as recycling and rubbish is located in the basement.

The building is on the same block as a coffee shop cafe and is a five minute walk to the 74th St/Roosevelt Ave subway station. Fifteen minutes to Midtown. 



rooms: 6

beds: 3

baths: 2

cross st: 37th/35th ave



Price: $995,000

Maintenance: $1,157

Down: 20%



  • Pet-friendly

  • Nine foot ceilings

  • Original hardwood floors with maple & mahogany inlay

  • Original wood-burning fireplace

  • Bathrooms restored to period detail

  • Schoolhouse Electric light fixtures throughout

  • Washer & dryer in building

  • Private storage bin & bike storage


Natural beauty in the big city.


Hawthorne Court, built in 1922, occupies a prime location in the Jackson Heights Historic District. Hawthorne Court is made up of fourteen contiguous buildings, seven facing 76th Street and seven facing 77th Street.  Each building is five stories high and has ten apartments, two on each floor. The buildings surround a magnificent, block-long garden. This apartment has southern facing views from the third floor into the lush interior garden. The garden is a central place for community with weekend play among children, families and neighbors, as well as planned social events throughout the year including an Easter Egg hunt, October-Fest, holiday caroling and more.  See more photos of the beautiful diversity of flowers, plants and fun at the Hawthorne Court Garden Instagram. 


Living it up in Jackson Heights.


Jackson Heights is among the most diverse neighborhoods in New York City, offering a vibrant home for food, culture and community.  The neighborhood has long been a destination for food - as the choices are endless… Indian, Thai (nearby Sriphapai is the best Thai in NYC), Columbian, Peruvian (visit Pio Pio), Chinese, Mongolian, The Arepa Lady and many more. Nearby favorites include Cannelle Patisserie, Bistro Eloise, the Queensboro diner and Farine Baking Company - all within walking distance from Hawthorne Court!

The Jackson Heights Green Market is open year round on Sundays from 8am - 2pm offering a seasonal selection of local vegetables, fruit, eggs, fish, honey, meat and other speciality items from farmers in NY, NJ, PA and VT.

All city conveniences are within two blocks including two large supermarkets, produce markets, wine store (Table Wine), dry cleaner, coffee houses (Espresso77 with live music three nights a week & Starbucks), and a pharmacy.

Choose from many school options within blocks - public (PS 69 is at the end of the block), charter (Renaissance Charter School), Private (Garden School) and Catholic (St Joan of Arc).

Travers Park, two blocks up the street from Hawthorne Court, is a 2.5 acre community park and playground.  The park recently received a $6.5M renovation from the city, which will be complete this spring. The area includes a great lawn, three playground areas for children of different ages, a basketball court, multi-purpose courts (tennis & volleyball) and performance stage.