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This prewar building was built in 1930 and converted to a cooperative in 1947. There is 1 elevator, 19 floors and 42 coop apartments. There is private storage, a central laundry room and a 24 hour doorman. There are large picture windows, coffered, high beamed ceilings, wood floors and North, East and South exposures. The apartments also have ornate crown molding, luxury prewar baths, and gourmet kitchens. Many apartments also have washer and dryers.
The Upper East Side is home to plenty of world class shopping, museums, and fine restaurants. Stores like Prada, Coach, Bergdorf's, Tiffany's, Tourneau, FAO Schwartz and Ferregamo line the streets on Madsion and Fifth Avenues. Also lining Fith Avenue are numerous world famous Museums like The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Frick Collection, The African Museum, The Guggenheim, and The Museum of Modern Art is nearby as well.
Central Park is also a wonderful resourse for residents of 320 East 72nd Street. You can run, bicycle, boat, roller blade, ice-skate, listen to a concert or just read a book on the Great Lawn. The views of Manhattan are also spectacular from Central Park and you can also have a picnic, paint a picture or have lunch at the famous Boathouse cafe.