SHOWINGS RESUME at this elegant and inviting 2 bedroom gem located in a delightful prewar co-op designed by Emery Roth and developed by Bing & Bing for the luxury market in the 1930's. Well-proportioned rooms feature abundant closet space and good light, north and south exposures, windowed kitchen and master bath, and prewar details including a sunken living room and beamed ceilings - all in excellent condition.
Convenient to the Second Avenue subway, the building offers a full-time doorman, superintendent, landscaped courtyard, bike room, storage, gym, and allows pied-a-terres, pets, subletting, and addition of a washer/dryer in the apartment.
Situated in a residential enclave in the heart of the Upper Eastside, 230 East 73th Street is located on a picturesque tree-lined street known for its white lit trees during the winter months. The reputation of Bing & Bing buildings continue today and are regarded as some of the city's finest prewar properties.