Living at The ChathamThe Chatham at 181 East 65th Street is the epitome of prestige and elegance. Developed by Related Companies in 2000 and conceived by the world renowned architect, Robert A. M. Stern, the dean of the Yale School of Architecture, this 34 story, 94 unit building set a new standard for modern design and post-war development in Manhattan. Each floor is comprised of four to six units and the apartments range in size from large one bedrooms with libraries to four bedrooms, including a duplex penthouse. Several units have balconies or terraces. Fine details throughout include custom millwork, crown moldings, marble window sills and wide plank oak flooring. Modern conveniences include wine coolers, individually controlled HVAC units, as well as washers and dryers. The higher floor apartments offer spectacular views of Central Park and Midtown. Pets are welcome.
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No New York neighborhood emanates elegance like the Upper East Side. This is, after all, where Holly Golightly came after breakfast, where Frank Lloyd Wright built his Manhattan opus, and where lunching ladies trip between fancy dining rooms and Madison Avenue stores. A hive of prep schools, museums and shops (plus plastic surgeons aplenty), its streets have buzzed with deals made and socialite scandals since Edith Wharton’s era at least. And it’s still prime for people watching, whether you’re peering over frozen hot chocolates at Serendipity or sitting under oak trees in Central Park.
Holly Golightly entertained at 169 East 71st Street.
Equally touristy and delicious: Serendipity’s frozen hot chocolate.
The star of many rom-coms set in Central Park.
Art looks even better between the Guggenheim’s curved walls.
Not unlike the one in Monopoly.
Just try passing Sant Ambroeus without stopping in for a treat.
250,000 people ride the Central Park carousel each year.
Gossip Girl lives on in the Upper East Side’s private schools.
There’s little lovelier than Park Avenue in bloom.
A one-stop for kiddie gifts: FAO Schwarz.
CORE is the leading boutique real estate brokerage firm in Manhattan, marketing and selling over 30 new development projects and generating over $4 billion in sales to date. Our Building Insider Program offers Related homeowners the information, data and service necessary to better inform their real estate decisions. No one is more knowledgeable about The Chatham than our Building Insiders. Contact Martin, Lisa or Ben for a complimentary property assessment or to learn more about Related Inner Circle benefits for buyers and sellers.