New York, NY 10017
333 East 43rd Street
This prewar building was built in 1928 and converted to coop in 1987. It has a 24 hour doorman and concierge, 215 coop units, 11 floors, 4 elevators and a brick facade. There is a planted roof deck, private storage, common storage, central laundry room, video security, health club, and a bike room. The apartments have high beamed ceilings, wood floors and some renovated kitchens and baths. The Turtle Bay Area of Manhattan is home to The United Nations Building, Grand Central Station, plenty of shopping on Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue, and many fine resturants.