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1010 Fifth Avenue - Upper East Side, New York

 
 
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1010 Fifth Avenue - Upper East Side, New York

Directly across from the entrance to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, this 15-story prewar cooperative building was designed and erected in 1928 by famed developer Frederick Fillmore French, who would later build the huge residential complexes of Tudor City and Knickerbocker Village, among other projects. The building, which has 76 apartments, was converted to a cooperative in 1979. With its handsome Italian Renaissance-style detailing, sidewalk landscaping and attractive side street entrance, 1010 Fifth Avenue is a classic example of the city's more elegant addresses. Its prime Fifth Avenue location across from the Metropolitan Museum of Art gives upper floor residents stunning Central Park views and everything the Upper East Side has to offer including the shops and galleries of Madison Avenue, The Frick Collection, The Whitney Museum, The Guggenheim Museum and more. Building amenities include a full-time doorman and basement storage.

Building Data for the building listed. All total, average and median numbers provided by Urban Digs.

Building Data:

Active Sales Listings:

Total Inventory on Market: 4

Average List Price: $4,497,500

Sold:

Total Inventory on Market: 81

Provided by: DE ANALYTICS

Building Details:

Cooperative

Neighborhood: Upper East Side

Built in 1925

70 Units

14 Floors