$38,000,000
Updated 7 years ago
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Upper East Side, Manhattan | Madison Ave & Fifth Ave
17,000 Square FeetMixed Use

$38,000,000
floors / apts6 / 3
Lot Size30'x100'
Built Size30'x90'
ZoneC5-1
Building TypeLow-Rise
RE Taxes$222,835
Price Per SF
$2,235

Listing Features

  • Architectural Dtls
  • High Ceilings
  • Moldings
  • Original Details
  • Oversized Windows

Outdoor space and views

  • Juliet Balcony
  • Patio
  • Private Roof
  • Terrace
  • Central Park
  • City Views

Building Amenities

  • Voice Intercom
  • Elevator

Property Description

This magnificent Italian Renaissance home was built in 1909 by the architect Thornton Chard. Located on a Central Park block and neighboring the Frick Museum, this rare offering is built 30’ x 90’ on a 30’ x 100’ lot with a gorgeous limestone facade. The house has retained many of its original details including numerous fireplaces, coffered ceilings, and a grand original staircase. Formerly used as the Knoedler Gallery, this house will be delivered vacant.
Some special features are soaring ceiling heights throughout, large elevator, terraces on some floors, roof terrace with Central Park views, and abundant light. The options are endless in this 7 story special home.
This could be the most spectacular important private residence once again or used as a gallery, foundation or family office.

Building Details

OwnershipMixed Use
Building TypeLow-Rise
Service LevelVoice Intercom
AgePre-War
AccessElevator
Year Built1900
Floors/Apts6/3
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Transit and Citi Bike

Subway

68 St-Hunter College
0.24 miles
77 St
0.41 miles
Lexington Av/63 St
0.43 miles
72 St
0.46 miles

Citi Bike

E 68 St & Madison Ave
0.12 miles
5 Ave & E 72 St
0.14 miles

Contact Agents

Contact Agents

Adam D. Modlin
Modlin Group, The
Marisa Sargent
Modlin Group, The

Upper East Side | Manhattan

Quick Profile

Exuding a cosmopolitan, refined air that is reminiscent of Paris or other European cities, the Upper East Side (the UES, to local cognoscenti) has a reputation as being a bastion of wealth and privilege. Even though it was built by American “royalty” families like the Vanderbilts, Roosevelts, Kennedys, Carnegies and Rockefellers, whose elaborate mansions once anchored Fifth Avenue, there are affordable housing options throughout the neighborhood. The further east you move, away from Central Park and the more commercial avenues, the more likely you are to find quiet, tree-lined streets with historic townhouses and brownstones. Keep your eye out for reasonably priced apartments in pre-war low-rise and even a few high-rise buildings.

With abundant, beautifully landscaped green spaces, including the oasis of Central Park acting like a backyard, the area is quiet and lushly green. You can relax and unwind in John Jay Park, Carl Schurz Park or take a stroll along the East River Promenade. The whole neighborhood seems isolated from the workaday chaos of the city at large. Add to that the history of the neighborhood and the abundance of cultural institutions, and you have a uniquely welcoming neighborhood.

Known for its abundance of high-end retail shopping, especially on Madison Avenue, the Upper East Side is host to the Barneys New York flagship department store. Here you can find upscale goods, fashion and home decor items. You will also find the edgy runway-inspired Alexander McQueen collections. If you are dying to treat your feet to red-soled opulence, be sure to visit the Christian Louboutin boutique. These are only a small sampling of this high-end shopper’s paradise that features everything from designer boutiques that offer the ultimate in haute couture to resale shops where you can find last season’s best on sale at hefty discounts .

There are many unique dining experiences, from fine dining to the casual bite-on-the-go, awaiting you in the UES. Sushi is going through a renaissance in the city, and the best omakase-style sushi can be found at Sasabune on E 73rd Street. Omakase sushi means that you leave the choice of ingredients, preparation method and presentation to the chef. Elegant French cuisine can be experienced at JoJo, E 64th Street, housed in gorgeous townhouse. Just for fun, visit the Lexington Candy Shop on Lexington Avenue, to get a taste of an old-fashioned soda fountain.

All information furnished regarding property for sale, rental or financing is from sources deemed reliable, but no warranty or representation is made as to the accuracy thereof and same is submitted subject to errors, omissions, change of price, rental or other conditions, prior sale, lease or financing or withdrawal without notice. All dimensions are approximate. For exact dimensions, you must hire your own architect or engineer.
OLR ID: 30645TH