Built as two continuous limestone townhouses in 1934 by architect James E. Ware, 132-134 East 64th Street presents a rare double-width opportunity in one of Manhattan's most desirable neighborhoods, The Upper East Side.
Offered for the first time in over 60 years, this property features 30 ft wide frontage, on a 100 ft deep lot including a rear private garden, along the south side of 64th Street between Park and Lexington Avenues.
This property offers a significant amount of air rights (an approximate unused FAR of 12,000) for potential expansion and development in a prime location. Please consult with your architect for additional information
Currently configured as side by side, residential multifamily apartment buildings, 132-134 East 64th Street will be delivered fully vacant allowing for an immediate gut renovation, reconfiguration, or conversion into a substantial single-family 30 ft wide residence.
132-134 East 64th Street is only moments away from Central Park, Madison Avenue's world-renowned retail corridor, Fifth Avenue, Midtown East, The Plaza District, and multiple MTA transportation hubs. This property presents a blank canvas opportunity for an investor, end-user, or developer on a prime tree-lined block in one of Manhattan's most sought-after locations