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Situated between 76th and 77th Streets, this prewar was built in 1925. Designed by Isaac Newton Phelps Stokes it has a Neo-Renaissance style and was converted to a cooperative in 1946. The building faces Central Park has only 7 apartments, 15 floors and 1 elevator. A full-time doorman and elevator operator makes it a secure place to live.
This is one of the most coveted neighborhoods in Manhattan. You have some of the best in culture, shopping and entertainment. Central Park just steps away with any outdoor activity as a possibility. Museum Mile is a short walk away with some of the most visited institutions in the world. Shopping is at its best with several famous brands and their flagship stores close by. The options for dinning and entertainment are endless. Transportation is a breeze with the subway and cross-town buses easy to get to.