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This luxury doorman 70 unit, 15 story prewar building was built in 1925 and was incorporated in 1998. Right near the 65th street crosstown bus and plenty of local transportation, but most of the people who live in this building will probably be taking cabs to most of their destinations. The prices in this building start at $2 Million and go up from there to about $25M at this writing.
The building itself has a 24 hour doorman, a concierge, a super and 2 elevators just to start off with. There is laundry in the building along with private storage as well and pets are allowed. In addition there is a health club in the building and there are wood burning fireplaces in many of the apartments.
This is a white glove condominium with the finest services available in a spectacular location on the Upper East Side on Manhattan.
Located just steps from spectacular shopping on Madison Avenue and also 5th avenue, this luxury condominium has access to some of the best shopping in the world. There is Saks 5th avenue, Prada, Coach, Ferregamo, Tiffany's, and for the little ones, FAO Schwartz, of course.
Also in the vicinity is Museum Mile, where a number of world famous museums are located including The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Museum of Modern Art to name a few. You can also ride on over to Central Park where your imagination is the limit of what you can do there. You can bike ride, have a picnic, sail a toy boat or row a big boat. There is the Central Park Zoo, or perhaps you want to have a nap in Sheep's meadow- enjoy yourself.