One of the most influential post-war buildings in New York City, Manhattan House marked the beginning of International Style modernity in the city. Built in 1950 and designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, and Mayers & Whittlesley, the landmarked building has been called "the most literal manifestation in New York of Le Corbusier's postwar conception of vertical living." The iconic full-block 19-story building contains 581 apartments, many with balconies and fireplaces. The condominium residence has been thoroughly renovated though its heritage as a modernist icon has been retained. Amenities include a full-time doorman, concierge, library and lounge, several gardens, balconies and windowed lobbies, a spa, a yoga studio on the rooftop level and a Roto Studio-designed playroom. This prime Lenox Hill/Upper East Side location puts residents a short walk from Central Park as well as Madison Avenue shopping and restaurants, convenient public transportation and all that this highly desirable neighborhood has to offer.
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Building Features 20 Floors497 Units
$1,925,000 / $1,724 per ft²
Listed on Jun 03, 2021
19 Days on Market
1 Bed / 1.0 Bath / 1,116 ft²
Total Monthly expenses: $2,355
Maintenance: $1,234 / R.E. Taxes $1,121
Exclusively listed with: The Corcoran Group Source: RLS
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