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The beautifully landscaped roof deck of the 12 story building at 340 East 74th Street allows for residents to get fresh air without stepping onto the streets, but if residents do choose to go out they can enjoy the lovely sidewalk landscaping on the tree-lined street. Built in 1957, this 119 unit elevator building brings post-war charm with updated amenities for its residents, including a lovely lobby that was recently renovated.

340 East Street also known as the Avon House is a cooperative in the Yorkville area.

Milan House was built in 1931 and its lavish apartments reflect the period in which it was built. Lavish simplexes and duplexes, coupled with a vintage charm and fantastic location, make Milan House a must-see.  The apartments in this building are comprised of some simplexes (ranging 6 to 8 room), duplexes (9 rooms), and a sprawling 11 room penthouse suite. The penthouse suite includes a gorgeous wraparound terrace

116 East Street - Milan House was built in It reflects the period in which it was built. The vintage charm and fantastic location is a must-see.

The Regency was built in 1964. With renovated common areas, modern amenities, and a great location you’ll be yearning for a little place of your own here to call home. The Regency boasts enormous apartments that have a modern, intimate feel, while still featuring some opulent details usually featured in the finest pre-war buildings.

301 East Street - The Regency was built in renovated common areas, modern amenities, and great location by food markets and entertainment venues.

205 East 63rd Street was built in 1961 by Paul Resnick. Not only are the apartments in this building generously sized, but residents can also enjoy a central location near many of the city’s finest restaurants and shopping. Each apartment boasts an abundant amount of closet space and spacious rooms. The huge bay windows allow a flood of natural light into the apartment and provide residents with spectacular city views.

205 East Street was built in 1961 by Paul Resnick. This building generously sized, and in central location near the city’s restaurants and shopping.

1020 Park Avenue was built in 1963 and is located on the North West side of 85th and Park.  The apartments at 1020 Park Avenue average between two to four bedrooms. Each apartment has over sized bay windows – particularly on the upper floors  that provide gorgeous views of the cities and a wonderful light-filled space.

1020 Park Avenue was built in The apartments' has average between two to four bedrooms.

940 Park Avenue was built in 1926 and designed by the famous duo George and Edward Blum, who designed a number of other Park Avenue buildings such as 555, 791, 830, 840, 1075, and 875 Park Avenue.  940 Park Avenue’s large apartments have the desirable feature of only having one neighbor per floor. If you’re looking for something large on Park, this building offers two duplex apartments as well.

940 Park Avenue was built in 1926 and designed by the famous duo George and Edward Blum.

925 Park Avenue was built in 1907. The building was designed by Delano & Aldrich, who also designed 1040 Park Avenue. It is one of the oldest and most historic buildings in Manhattan. 925 Park offers gorgeous luxury apartments that vary from sprawling duplexes to intimate one bedrooms.

925 Park Avenue was built in The building was designed by Delano & Aldrich, who also designed 1040 Park Avenue.

925 Park Avenue was built in 1907. The building was designed by Delano & Aldrich, who also designed 1040 Park Avenue. It is one of the oldest and most historic buildings in Manhattan. 925 Park offers gorgeous luxury apartments that vary from sprawling duplexes to intimate one bedrooms.

925 Park Avenue was built in The building was designed by Delano & Aldrich, who also designed 1040 Park Avenue.

850 Park Avenue was built in 1914. The building was designed by Rouse & Goldstone, who are known for their designs of other Park Avenue buildings. This includes 45 Park Avenue, 375 Park Avenue, 760 Park Avenue, and 876 Park Avenue.   850 Park offers fantastic apartments with a variety of different layouts and features. Though many of the apartments are three bedroom, the homes generally range from 1 to 6 bedrooms.

850 Park Avenue was built in The building was designed by Rouse & Goldstone, who are known for their designs of other Park Avenue buildings.

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.

820 Park Avenue was built in The building was designed by Harry Allen Jacobs.

785 Park Avenue was built in 1940 and designed by George F. Pelham Jr., the architect of both 1130 Park Avenue and 1150 Park Avenue. One of this building’s most famous residents included Jack. F. Chrysler, who leased the penthouse suite. 785 Park Avenue offers more intimate apartments, ranging from studio suites to three bedrooms. The rooms are well-proportioned, with welcoming and aesthetically pleasing layouts.

785 Park Avenue was built in 1940 and designed by George F.

760 Park Avenue was built in 1923 by Starett Brothers & Eken, a prominent company that had a part in the construction of the Empire State Building. 760 Park offers gorgeous 4 bedroom apartments that take up an entire floor each. This is a highly desirable feature in city apartments, as it maximizes privacy and minimizes noises from the neighbors. These apartments also contain a number of wonderful features, including cozy fireplaces, spacious libraries, and state-of-the-art kitchens.

760 Park Avenue was built in 1923 by Starett Brothers & Eken, a prominent company that had a part in the construction of the Empire State Building.

200 East 61st Street, known as The Savoy, was built in 1986. It is almost the twin of the Trump Plaza next door but still luxurious and more affordable than its counterpart’s. These apartments are laid out in a very modern design and are perfect for contemporary living. They are decked out with fine fixtures, such as marble bathrooms and granite countertops. Each apartment has ample closet space. Some even have walk-ins.

200 East Street – known as The Savoy was built in Learn more about the apartments for sale and for rent in this building

630 Park Avenue was built in 1917 and designed by J.E.R. Carpenter. The building contains large, spacious apartments. The large windows in each apartment provide a good amount of natural light and usually sport tree-top or tree line views, depending on the location of the space in the building. Many these homes contain fireplaces and pre-war architectural details that give an unparalleled sense of charm and coziness.

630 Park Avenue was built in 1917 and designed by J. Carpenter, who designed many other luxury buildings such as 1050 Park Avenue and 810 Fifth Avenue.