The Upper East Side continues to increase in prestige.
Yet, even with its affluent and dignified aesthetic, The Upper East Side maintains an outstanding sense of community and warmth. Families choose this neighborhood for its five-star schools, quiet atmosphere, and marvelously close proximity to Central Park.learn more about this neighborhood
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- 27% Pre War
- 21% Luxury Highrise
- 20% Walk-Up
- 12% Elevator/Laundry Building
- 5% Brownstone
Concierge, FT Doorman, Hi Rise, Post War, Full Service Garage, Garden, Elevator, Lush sidewalk landscaping, Large circular marquee, Free-standing, Many spectacular views, Many balconies, Excellent public transportation, Good local shopping
Erected in 1967, designed by H. I. Feldman. The free-standing, L-shaped tower has rounded balconies at its corners and angled balconies on its sides.
The building occupies the blockfront on Third Avenue between 85th and 86th Streets and is a prominent landmark in the Yorkville neighborhood.
It has a large, lushly landscaped driveway designed by Klonsky Associates with a large circular marquee entrance on 85th Street and the tower rests on a one-story retail base. The building has a concierge, consistent fenestration, a garage, and discrete air-conditioners.
The building has many spectacular views from its upper floors. It has lush sidewalk landscaping at its driveway entrance and a mid-block sunken retail plaza on 86th Street.
It is very convenient to public transportation and not far from the many cultural institutions along Museum Mile on Fifth Avenue and many private schools in nearby Carnegie Hill.
$4,495, Two Bedrooms, 1.5 Bathrooms
- Post War
- 1125 sq. ft.
- Web ID: 1922143
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