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Built in 1929, by developer Michael E. Paterno who is known for being one of the best of his time, in luxury buildings. Designed by J.M. Felson this 16-story prewar was converted to a co-op in 1964, with 16 floors and 66 units all with own charm. The exterior of the building is very distinctive with the use of string course and cornice molding with cow skulls. The building features modern health club, private storage and central laundry. It is a full service building with a full-time doorman, elevator operator and concierge.
Close to the Metropolitan Museum and steps away from Central Park this neighborhood is one of the finest, in Manhattan. It also has some of the best schools and religious institutions. Your close to some of the best shopping and restaurants the city has to offer. The Upper East Side is known for its beautiful prewar buildings and luxury lifestyle living. Transportation is easy with the 86th Street/ Lexington Ave. 4,5,6, trains close by as well as, the 86th Street cross-town bus.