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This postwar building was built in 1959 and converted to condo in 1990. It has 157 units and 20 floors. There is a full time doorman, elevator and a garage in the building. There is a common storage room, a laundry room and many of the apartments have been renovated. The Beekman Townhouse is a well established condominium on the Upper East Side in Manhattan. Despite it's name, The Beekman Townhouse is actually a pretty tall building with nice views from the upper floors.
Being close to everything is great! If you live at the Beekman Townhouse, you are near Central Park, Madison Avenue with all of it's tremendous shopping and some spectacular restaurants. Also close to 166 East 63rd street is Museum Mile where some of the most famous museums in the world are situated. There is the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Frick, The Museum of Modern Art, and further up the New African Museum.
Many of the apartments at the Beekman Townhouse have nice views and have been renovated as well. They generally have parquet wood floors and slightly lower ceilings than prewar buildings, but the location is great and the services and the garage in the building more than makes up for it in convenience.