1100 Park Ave, Apt 1B

$2,000,000

Upper East Side

4 BD, 1.5 BA

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Apartment Details

4

Beds

1.5

Baths

6

Rooms

2,050

Square Feet

Maintenance
$7,896

Park Avenue entrance maisonette / office in Carnegie Hill. The more than 2,000 ft2 are currently configured as 9 consultation rooms, a full bath and a half bath and may be adapted to other medical specialties or residential use. Walking distance from public transport and Central Park.

- Can be delivered vacant.
- May be converted to residential use with board approval.
- Max 50% financing allowed.
- 2% flip tax.

Contact exclusive agent for more information and showings.

  • Pets allowed Pets allowed
Courtesy of: New York Casas Ltd
Property: 1100 Park Ave

1930

Year Built

  • Doorman Doorman
  • Storage Storage
  • Laundry in building Laundry in building
  • Pre war Pre war

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Manhattan’s Upper East Side extends from 59th St. to 96th St., east of Fifth Avenue and is known as one of the most prestigious neighborhoods in the city. The neighborhood consists of stylishly restored old mansions, luxury high rises, stately townhouses, and several of the best co-ops and condos in Manhattan. This district includes access to some of the finest public schools as well as elite private schools like The Dalton School and The Brearley School. Central Park is a quick westward stroll away. Art lovers will find that they can walk to their favorite museums, namely The Metropolitan, The Guggenheim, The Frick, and The Whitney. They can also visit the famous auction houses of Christie’s and Sotheby’s. Posh boutiques and upscale intimate restaurants enhance the area’s elegance.


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