On one of the the most charming blocks in the East 70s, nestled among the family of Bing & Bing buildings known as Eastgate, 235 East 73rd Street represents the best of Upper Eastside living — prewar architecture, neighborhood convenience, and attentive service.
Apartment 6AG is a gracious 3-bedroom/3-bathroom home that was recently and thoughtfully gut renovated, lending itself perfectly to the needs of daily life and classic NYC entertaining. Enter this chic home from a quiet and elegant elevator landing. Much like loft-living (but in the East 70s), the great room with large open kitchen, serves as the nexus for the lovely home. The custom, sleek, state-of-the-art kitchen was just renovated and features Miele oven, dishwasher, and microwave, a futuristic stovetop from Fisher & Paykel, and a Liebherr refrigerator. The kitchen also features a stunning center island with storage and a dark walnut top , serving as the perfect place for a quiet breakfast before a busy day, a relaxed weekend brunch, or causal dinner at home. Opposite the island, quietly tucked away for thoughtful entertaining, is a custom lit bar area with a Marvel wine fridge and additional storage.
Although modern elegance abounds in this wonderful apartment, the sunken living room with beamed ceilings provide a classic New York architectural moment. Two LED-lit steps down from the dining area, the grand living room enjoys southern exposure and provides space for more than one seating area.
The spacious and gracious master bedroom suite features a full wet bar and Bosch washer/dryer, both of which can be quietly tucked away behind an elegant walnut barn-style sliding door. For New Yorkers who yearn for more closet space, the enormous, custom-built dressing room has few rivals. It is the size of many New York City maids rooms, and can easily accommodate the habits of most fashionistas, with its ample hanging space, built-in vanity and center island of elegant drawers. In addition to the master closet, the apartment boasts four other generously sized walk-in closets. Each of the three large bedrooms has its own en-suite, fully renovated bathroom outfitted with Duravit fixtures. The master bathroom boasts Fukusawa hardware; bathrooms two and three have Grohe.
Classically designed by Emery Roth and constructed by Bing & Bing in 1935, 235 East 73rd Street is a long-established, pet-friendly co-op with a full time doorman, live-in resident manager, newly renovated fitness room, bike room, laundry, garden and storage. The building is conveniently located close to the best markets, boutiques, and restaurants on the Upper Eastside, and its proximity to the newly-built Q Subway makes the rest of Manhattan easily accessible. An added bonus is that the 200 block of East 73rd Street is one of the most charming in Manhattan, with storied seasonal lights on the street every winter, elevating the already beautiful iconic facades of the Bing & Bing buildings.