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This Prewar Rosario Candella building was built in 1930 and converted to coop in 1951. It has 2 elevators, a full time doorman, concierge, and elevator attendant. It has 17 floors and 26 Coop apartments. There are East, South and West Exposures. The apartments can be either duplex or simplex apartments. They have high ceilings, direct Central Park Views and lots of prewar charm. Jacqueline Kennedy Onasis once live in this building as well.
The Upper East Side of Manhattan has plenty to offer. There are Museums, tremendous shopping, and the building is close to all transportation. Museum mile, which runs along Fifth Avenue from top to bottom, includes such famous museums as The Guggenheim Museum, The Frick Collection, The Jewish Museum and The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Central Park has so much to offer including The Central Park Zoo, The Boat house, The reservoir for running around, a pool to swim in, and ice skating rink and Sheep's Meadow where you can just read a book.