THE BUILDING: 65% Financing allowed. Board approves subletting for up to three years, on a case-by-case basis, after one year of residency, and is considering allowing pieds-a-terre. 333 East 68th Street was built as a co-operative in 1927 with 56 units, two apartments per elevator landing, and sales aimed at the purchaser who wanted Park Avenue quality construction. This elegant doorman building has a resident manager, a wonderfully planted gracious garden entrance, and a landscaped garden courtyard with seating areas. The building delivers classic layouts that appeal to those who value prewar details of the glamorous 1920s. Pets are allowed. Amenities include an individual basement storage room of approx. 40SF, outdoor playground, indoor gym and carriage/bike room. The building is zoned for P.S. 183, a National Blue Ribbon School.
THE NEIGHBOHOOD: Located across from St. Catherine's Park, residents are provided with a nearby greenspace. New York Presbyterian, Memorial Sloan Kettering, and Hospital for Special Surgery, are world renowned medical facilities one block east. The building is half a block from the Q train, five minutes from the 6 train, and a block from the crosstown bus to Lincoln Center. The neighborhood abounds with restaurants, shops and services, including gourmet food stores, and a green market.
Listed on Nov 04, 2019
DOM temporarily suspended
3 Beds / 3.0 Baths / - ft²
Total Monthly Expenses: $3,485
Exclusively listed with: Brown Harris Stevens Source: RLS
Elizabeth H. Sierzega
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