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.
Located on the south east corner of 83rd and Park, 975 Park Avenue exudes all the luxury and fine living that one might expect from a pre-war, white glove apartment building on the Upper East Side. The building was built in 1929, and designed by J.M. Felson. It has 16 floors and 66 apartments that range in size from two bedrooms to four bedrooms.
820 Park Avenue was built in 1926. The building was designed by Harry Allen Jacobs, an architect who created many townhouses for the contemporary upper class. Some famous residents included Governor Herman Lehman. 820 Park Avenue offers spacious, light-filled apartments with thoughtful layouts that any Upper East Side resident would envy. Some apartments include beautiful fireplaces, lovely balconies to enjoy the great views, and numbers other glamorous features.
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.
If you are looking for a luxurious apartment building in the 80s on Park, consider 993 Park Avenue. Built in 1915 and designed by Robert Lyons, this building has 13 floors and 53 apartments. It is recognizable from the street by its Italian-Renaissance style, it’s two-story limestone base and the large, crowning copper cornice that adorns its topmost floor.