Known as home to prominent literary figures, designers, architects and artists, 322 East 57th street was reputed to be the home of Orson Wells.
Luminaries who have lived in the building include Clay Felker, founder of New York Magazine and his wife, author Gail Sheehy, Tamara de Lempicka, the famous painter of the Art Deco period, Lilly Ponds, famous coloratura and Andre Kostelanetz, her conductor husband, John Fleming, one of the great book collectors of the 20th century.
Built in 1929, the original apartments were designed without kitchens, as it was customary to dine in the restaurant on the first floor. Today, that restaurant is Mr. Chows and Michael and Tina Chow lived in the building. Photos courtesy of Mike Tauber & Billy Cunningham.
Listed on Nov 02, 2018
342 Days on Market
Not updated in 122 days
2 Beds / 2.5 Baths / - ft²
Total Monthly Expenses: $8,966
Exclusively listed with: Brown Harris Stevens
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