JUST LISTED!! A gracious and charming prewar studio apartment in a full-service cooperative with wonderful amenities, on a beautiful tree-lined block on the Upper East Side. With an elegant and thoughtful layout owed to famed architect Emery Roth, residence 1A at 235 East 73rd Street is flooded with southern exposure sun and offers huge living space, a separated kitchen which is rare in a studio configuration, 2 walk-in closets and a discreetly located full bath. With beautiful prewar features such as high beamed ceilings, an elegant archway and an original wrought iron banister, there is an experience of grandeur unusual to studio living.
Built in 1936 by notable builders Bing and Bing as designed by Emory Roth, 235 East 73rd Street is one of six red-brick prewar buildings which make up Eastgate. Residents of 235 enjoy a full-time staff inclusive of doormen, porters and a live-in resident manager as well as a host of amenities. There is a fitness center, landscaped garden, private storage, bicycle storage as well as laundry in the building. Located between Third and Second Avenues, 235 East 73rd Street is surrounded by an array of fantastic restaurants and shopping experiences and marvelous public transportation options including the new Second Avenue subway and 72nd Street crosstown bus both right around the corner and the 6 train just a few blocks away. Please note gifting is permitted however, parents buying for children and co-purchasers are not permitted. Pets are welcome.