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One of the very few grand courtyard apartment buildings left in Manhattan and the only one still standing on Park Avenue. This classic 16-floor Carnegie Hill building has 185 cooperative apartments. Past the driveway leading from the avenue there is a Gothic-inspired triple-arch attended entrance, and a large landscaped courtyard leading to six separate elevator lobbies, each of which service only two apartments per floor. Apartments at this highly desirable landmarked residence are generous in size with gracious layouts. Pets are welcome, and amenities include an 800 square foot fitness center, a children's playroom, garden and a full time doorman. The building's Carnegie Hill location puts residents within a short walk from the Metropolitan Museum of Art and other museums as well as the restaurants, boutiques and art galleries of Madison Avenue and everything else the Upper East Side has to offer.
Active Sales Listings:
Total Inventory on Market: 2
Average List Price: $8,250,000
Total Inventory on Market: 162
Active Rentals Listings:
Total Inventory on Market: 1
Average List Price: $23,750
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Neighborhood: Carnegie Hill
Built in 1929
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