Located in the Carnegie Hill section of the Upper East Side, Carnegie Hill is a post-war, high-rise condo with easy access to Central Park. Residences are fitted with floor-to-ceiling windows, which offer plenty of natural light and scenic views of the Upper East Side — corner units in particular have curved corner windows, which provide uniquely panoramic views. Well-appointed marble bathrooms feature double vanities with soaking tubs; and fully-equipped kitchens are fitted with stainless steel appliances and wooden cabinetry.
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When is the Upper East Side not the Upper East Side? The answer can be found in Carnegie Hill, a small, upscale mini-neighborhood on the Upper East Side that covers the ten blocks north of 86th Street between Central Park and Third Avenue. Aesthetically, Carnegie Hill's tree-lined blocks and elegant pre-war row houses seem very Upper East Side. Ditto for the understated and resolutely up-market feel of the neighborhood's restaurants, nightspots and cultural scene. But while Carnegie Hill looks and feels much like the Upper East Side, it also departs from the Upper East Side's posh stereotype in some slight but significant ways. Where Yorkville, Carnegie Hill's fellow Upper East Side mini-neighborhood, subs in German culture and a younger-skewing nightlife scene, Carnegie Hill has a family-oriented, low-key style that makes it completely unique. But while Carnegie Hill has earned a reputation as a more sedate and less buttoned-down corner of the Upper East Side, it's far from boring. The best of Manhattan's famed Museum Mile falls in Carnegie Hill, and Carnegie Hill condominiums are just a short walk from some of the loveliest real estate in Central Park. While much of the housing stock in Carnegie Hill is of the pre-war variety, a host of understated new construction Carnegie Hill condos -- for instance, the LEED-certified condominiums at 180 East 93rd Street or the elegant new condominium 1055 Park Avenue -- have added some new construction glamour to this most laid-back of neighborhoods.
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Anticipated for a mid-2014 opening, this new addition to Park Avenue, will be a 16 story condominium building. Within these walls will be 11 impressive homes located in the Upper East Side. A true luxury building, it will feature a pale limestone outer finish. Inside, there will be ceiling heights ranging between 10’-14’, there will be hand-painted Christopher Peacock kitchens, fumed oak hardwood floors.
- 4 Bedroom Apartmentsfrom $15,950,000
180 East 93rd Street is a LEED-certified condominium building on Manhattan's Upper East Side, offering luxury apartments for sale. Distinctive, yet designed to respect the proportions and tastes of its environment, this stunning limestone and brick condominium is a premier collection of nine three and four-bedroom homes.
1055 Park Avenue is certainly one of the more unique condominiums in New York’s Upper East Side. This “glass shoe” features a stunning amount of glass windows, giving the condominium a beautiful and open feel. Located on the southeast corner of 87th street and Park Avenue, 1055 Park Avenue offers condos that rank among the most lavish and well equipped in Manhattan.
Carnegie Hill Tower is a rare condo building in one of the most coveted Manhattan neighborhoods. This 32 story building is unique as it is one of the few postwar buildings in the area and its stunning asymmetrical design makes it a real standout.
Located in the exclusive, family-oriented Carnegie Hill section of Manhattan’s Upper East Side, 1199 Park Avenue is an 18-story post-war high-rise with custom designed apartments. Built in 1961 by Robert L. Bien and converted to a co-op in 1981, 1199 Park Avenue is a handsome red-brick building with a small number of units per floor. 1199 Park Avenue, located between 93rd and 94th Street, sits adjacent to the Hunter College Campus Schools near the crest of Carnegie Hill.
A recently converted condominium on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, Trafalgar House boasts a standard of luxury that easily matches the surrounding neighborhood. This condominium, located at 120 East 90th Street, features 16 floors and 104 apartments for sale ranging from studios to 2-bedroom apartments. With several amenities, an ideal location, and a range of luxury units, Trafalgar House is a prime Upper East Side property.
A classic residence in a classic location: that’s perhaps the best way to describe the prewar building that is Philip House, located at 141 East 88th Street on the Upper East Side. As a home in the Carnegie Hill neighborhood, Philip House is particularly captivating thanks to its unique architecture and beautiful interiors. The building has 53 apartments spread over 11 floors, with each of the apartments having its interiors designed by Victoria Hagan.
- 2 Bedroom Apartmentsfrom $1,795,000
Designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen, this 19-story construction maintains a forward-thinking, yet decidedly timeless facade that pays homage to its surrounding Upper East Side neighborhood, noted by grey limestone and clean angles.