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Classically designed by famed architects Emery Roth and Sons in 1948, this red brick building is perfectly located on East 70th Street on the Upper East Side. It was erected in 1948, shortly after the second world war and has very nice views up and down Park Avenue in the prime location. Only a couple of blocks from Central Park, Madison Avenue and lots of great shopping, it is ideally situated to enjoy all there is about the Upper East Side.
Local transportation is convenient with the crosstown buses and the 68th Street subway only a block away. EJ's diner and Citerella are also close by for some really good eats.
The building itself has 77 units, many terraces and a red brick facade. It is across the street from the world renowned Asia Society and is in one of the most affluent area's of the Upper East Side and Manhattan. It is a luxury doorman building and has a canopied entry foyer, and full service amenities.
The apartments have East, South, North and West exposures, terraces, wood floors and high ceilings. Most of the homes have been renovated and tend to be on the larger side as well. There are windowed kitchens and baths and open city views.