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Built in 1909, converted to a cooperative in 1957. This 12 story prewar building has 46 units and was designed by Pickering and Walker. This full-time white glove doorman building sits across the street from Lenox Hospital close to Central Park and conveniently next to the 77th Street subway. There are 2 elevators laundry in the building and beautiful bay windows through out.
A short walk in this neighborhood will impress. The Upper East Side is known for it's classic prewar apartments dating back to the nineteenth century, as well as, the newer luxury condos and classic brownstones.This neighborhood is full of wonderful places to live. It is a quiet place to live but full of entertaining places to see from the Madison Avenue shops, 5th Avenue's museum mile, the Upper East Side offers everything you need.