The rental property 107 East 63rd Street was built in the 1920s and had been land-marked by the NYC Landmark Preservation Commission. It has seven floors and contains 14 apartments that are all two-bedrooms starting at $3,500/month. The building has an elevator system and a laundry room. Each rental unit is spacious with high ceilings and polished herringbone hardwood flooring, restored moldings and stainless steel kitchen appliances. Relative to similar buildings in the Upper East Side neighborhood, the apartments at 107 East 63rd Street are large.
Aside from the pre-war details and spacious layouts, this building offers tenants close access to the Midtown business district, Central Park, and Madison Avenue shopping.
Residents of this building will be living comfortably in spacious and updated units that are situated in one of the most sought after areas of the Upper East Side.
Cross Streets: Park Avenue and Lexington Avenue
Address: 107 East 63rd Street, New York, NY 10065
Ownership: Manocherian Brothers
Neighborhood & Building Type: Upper East Side, Low-rise
Size: 7 Floors, 14 Apartments
Amenities: Voice Intercom, Laundry Room, Elevator
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