Located in the Yorkville section of the Upper East Side, Astor Terrace is a full-service condominium that traces its roots back to 1985. Rising to 32 stories, residents are exposed to grand views of New York City as many of the apartments have balconies.
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In New York City real estate, the Upper East Side conjures up some very specific images, from palatial co-ops on Fifth Avenue to sprawling, pre-war condominiums on Park Avenue. All of which are very nice, but none of which have much to do with Yorkville, the small, endearingly unpretentious sub-neighborhood that runs between Lexington Avenue and the East River on the easternmost edge of the Upper East Side. Yorkville has plenty of luxurious apartment listings of its own and it also offers an authentically welcoming community nestled next to Manhattan's most luxurious real estate. Yorkville is something of a secret even to those steeped in the NYC real estate scene. Yorkville was once primarily a German and Hungarian neighborhood, and traces of that old identity remain in the form of Yorkville's numerous German restaurants, bakeries and delicatessens and the Hungarian churches along Yorkville's tree-lined side streets. Nowadays, though, it's just as easy to find high-end sushi or authentic tacos or upscale vegetarian cuisine in Yorkville. Which means that while Yorkville offers everything else that the Upper East Side does -- from world-class restaurants to Central Park access (and a lovely park of its own in the East River-hugging Carl Schurz Park) to historic architecture -- it also boasts a lively nightlife scene on Second Avenue, funky boutiques, and casual eateries. And, in place of the signature Upper East Side co-op, Yorkville features new construction luxury condos -- lots of them, from the Robert A.M. Stern-designed Brompton to the ultra-modern spa-inspired Miraval Living to LEED-certified green condominiums such as The Lucida and The Laurel. In short, Yorkville manages to offer everything the Upper East Side offers -- right down to a location on Manhattan's upper east side -- while being very much a neighborhood unto itself. The secret is out.
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515 East 72nd Street is a converted condominium located on Manhattan's Upper East Side offering luxury apartments for sale. Located adjacent to the East River, it features spectacular river and city views, plus the Arizona-based Miraval Spa adds a whole new level to the modern New York City lifestyle found at 515 East 72nd Street.
The Brompton, at 205 East 85th Street, is a new condominium building on Manhattan's Upper East Side, offering luxury apartments for sale. Blending the best of timeless and contemporary styles, this 20-story condominium embraces an enduring and valued lifestyle that is stylishly proper. Designed by Robert A.M. Stern architects, LLP, The Brompton's red brick and limestone façade is gothic inspired. Registered with the U.S. Green Building Council in anticipation of LEED silver certification, The Brompton is energy efficient and uses sustainable building materials and water conservation.
The Upper East Side offers what many New Yorkers want the most out of their city, which is a quiet, greener neighborhood that is still a part of the urban Manhattan landscape. Complete with parks, museums and pre-war luxury condos, the Upper East Side is the high-end New York living that people everywhere imagine. The Century Tower, located at 400 East 90th Street, is an appropriate fit for this luxurious part of town. It is a 24-story post-war luxury Manhattan condo building with 128 housing units ranging in size from studios to three-bedroom suites. It was built in the year 2000, with an eye towards the modern comforts and conveniences. It is stacked with amenities, and provides condos for sale that compliment the elegant neighborhood outside.
Set among the pre-war buildings of the Upper East Side, lavish parks and the Museum Mile, The Charles, located at 1355 First Avenue on 72nd Street, is a condominium that sets the bar for all other apartments in New York City. The renowned international designer, David Collins, created a contemporary marvel with the essence of a luxury condominium and a wide range of fine amenities. These Manhattan apartments transcend the typical New York lifestyle, set in a neighborhood that captivates an abundance of culture, greenery, restaurants and luxury shopping. With its traditional elegance, modern style and ideal locale of the Upper East Side, The Charles ranks high in the New York City condo listings.
The Cielo, at 450 East 83rd Street, is a new condominium located on Manhattan's Upper East Side, offering luxury apartments for sale. The Cielo's exterior radiates energy yet remains solid, refined and peaceful, while the interior is a design masterpiece, paying attention to the smallest of details. Terrazzo floors, wood-and-stone walls and a specially-commissioned Betsy Eby painting create an aura of artful serenity.
A newly constructed condominium in Manhattan’s Upper East Side, 170 East End Avenue offers several luxury apartments for sale. Each unit features unique 10-foot ceilings, oak flooring, and state-of-the-art kitchens. The building features with a private garage, squash court, as well as a full playroom.
Located on a quiet block in the Upper East Side, 1760 Second Avenue is a full-service, pet-friendly building with plenty of amenities. In addition to doorman and concierge service, it features a fitness center, children’s playroom, and a landscaped rooftop terrace for wide views of Manhattan’s Upper East Side.
Also known as The Metropolitan, 181 East 90th Street enjoys a great location in the Upper East Side. Designed by architect Philip Johnson, it is easily distinguished among the surrounding neighborhood by its subtly modern design, which prominently features glass window bands and rounded corners.