Located at 305 East 63rd Street, Kenton Place is a prewar rental building that was built in 1931 and renovated in 1999. There are 18 floors and 109 units’ throughout the building.
Most of the buildings apartments have 10-foot high, beamed ceilings, balconies, central heating and cooling, soapstone kitchen counter-tops with beautiful back-splashes that compliment the maple cabinets’ and GE appliances. Amenities include a full-time doorman, a concierge, a resident manager, fitness center, conference facilities, a game room and laundry rooms on floors 4-8.
One of the draw backs of the building is the Queensborough Bridge exit right in front of the building’s entrance. To make up for this, the area offers numerous restaurants, two movie theaters, hot and crusty on the corner and more…
On the corner of First or Second Avenue, tenants can find the uptown or downtown buses. According to Google 305 East 63rd Street is a 10 minute walk to the 4, 5, 6, N, Q, & R subway lines on 59th and Lexington. Local schools zoned for this building is District 2 which includes PS 59 Beekman Hill International (k-5) and the JHS 167 Robert F Wagner (6-8).
Address of Building: 305 East 63rd Street, New York, NY 10065
Neighborhood & Building Type: Upper East Side Rentals
Cross Street: Between 1st and 2nd Avenue
Size: 18-Stories. 109 Apartments
Amenities: Laundry Room, Doorman, On-site Super, Elevator, Gym,
Pet Policy: Yes
Income Requirement: 40x
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