A sight to be seen, this building's structure is an impressive mix of glass, steel, limestone and brick and boasts an inviting wood-paneled lobby. Its central Upper East Side location makes it in arms length of some of the city's finest cultural (Guggenheim Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Neue Gallery), shopping (Intermix, Searle, Big Drop, Scoop), and gastronomic offerings (Via Quattrano, Trata, Orsay, Payard, Baraonda, Ciao Bella). It's also conveniently close to Staples, Best Buy, The Food Emporium, and other essentials. Buses going in every directions and subways including the 4 and 5 express lines, as well as top private and public schools (Brearley, Chapin, The Convent of the Sacred Heart, Nightingale-Bamford, Spence, Allen-Stevenson, Birch Wathen Lenox, Dalton, PS 158, and Hunter College High School), are also in the building's vicinity.
Neighborhood: Upper East Side
Size: Studio to 2 bedrooms
Year Built: 1997
Apartments: Gourmet granite kitchens with icemakers and filtered water, limestone baths with Kohler fixtures, customized closet space, blonde parquet floors, floor-to-ceiling windows and a washer/dryer. Select residences include high ceilings, walk-in closets, terraces, carpeted bedrooms.
Building: Full-time doorman, wood-paneled lobby, state-of-the-art health and fitness center that includes cardio and strength equipment, a boxing bag and abundant natural light, a landscaped sun terrace complete with lounge chairs, tables and chairs, move-in coordination, personal assistant/concierge, electronic payment, resident service specialists to address all service needs Building Amenities