180 East End Avenue overlooks Gracie Mansion, the home of New York City’s mayors, since the 1940s. Other views include amazing sights of the Long Island Sound, Carl Schulz Park, and picaresque scenes of the East River and its bridges.
Would you be interested in living at the same address as where Marilyn Monroe once lived? Or maybe the famous designer, Bill Blass? 444 East 57th Street is a luxurious condominium building, located in the heart of the city where the Upper East Side meets Sutton Place and Midtown East.
740 Park Avenue - (71st St.) Rumored to be the most notoriously difficult building to get into. --In the most recent sale at 740 Park, Rand V. Araskog, the former chairman and chief executive of the ITT Corporation, sold his duplex in March to the hedge fund executive David Ganek for around 20 million.
#BigApple #NYC East End Avenue - Waterfront Walkway. If you can endure the five-long-block slog from the Lexington Avenue subway on East 86th, you’ll be rewarded: the street leads into lush Carl Schurz Park, merging into its shaded bluestone-lined path. Next is a front-seat view of the boat, barge and tug parade that is the East River. The lush Park, home to Gracie Mansion, the mayor’s official residence, has a promenade along the East River and atop the F.D.R. Drive.
4 East 66th Street Apartments This 11-story cooperative building mixes the height of luxury with incredible views of Central Park creating a serene living experience. Originally, each floor was just one home with 18 rooms, but the spaces have since been divided to create 17 apartments. Designed by J.E.R. Carpenter, who is well known for many luxury buildings in this area including 825 5th Avenue, this pre-war building is perfect for a buyer looking for a prime Fifth Avenue home.