or Login

401 East 60 Street - Upper East Side, New York

 
 
  • Map Location »
  • Street View »

Available Listings

Unit Beds Baths Price* Sq Ft Date Listed Quick View

401 East 60 Street - Upper East Side, New York

Completed in 2000, this 38-story apartment tower is a fine addition to the Queensboro Bridge gateway to Manhattan, the city's most spectacular entrance. The building's David Rockwell-designed lobby features a silver-tinted lacewood wall. There are four apartments per floor in the base of the building and three per floor in the tower, and the three-bedroom apartments on floors 26 through 38 have 10-foot-high ceilings. Amenities at this pet-friendly condominium residence include a full-time doorman, a concierge, a well-equipped fitness facility with a private outdoor sun terrace with bridge views, on-site parking, a children 's playroom and central A/C. A prime Lenox Hill/Upper East Side location puts residents within walking distance of Central Park as well as Madison Avenue shopping and restaurants. Residents who are joggers will love the proximity of the waterfront run, and there are several small parksnear the river as well. Easy access to the FDR Drive puts Wall Street, the rest of New York and the tri-state area within easy reach.

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: 7

Average List Price: $2,042,714

Sold:

Total Inventory on Market: 173

Active Rentals Listings:

Total Inventory on Market: 3

Average List Price: $16,000

Provided by: DE ANALYTICS

Building Details:

Condo

Neighborhood: Upper East Side

Built in 2000

225 Units

38 Floors