1136 Fifth Avenue

Co-op, Prewar
1 unit
  • 1 RESIDENCES
  • 14 STORIES
  • BUILT 1925

The Details

About 1136 Fifth Avenue

Built in 1925 and designed by George F. Pelham, the legendary architect, who also designed 1120 and 785 Park Avenue, 1136 Fifth Avenue occupies the south corner of 95th Street. The building’s canopied and landscape main entrance is on Fifth Avenue. The intimate building stands 14 stories high with 43 residences, offers the highest level of service and privacy. The A and B residences share an el...

key features
  • Doorman
  • Elevator Operator
  • Central laundry room

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Get to know Carnegie Hill

While it is only 10 blocks long from south to north (86th to 96th) and a few blocks wide (from Third Avenue to Central Park), Carnegie Hill is home to many of the city’s leading museums, top private schools, and most luxurious homes. It is in some ways a concentrated version of the essential character of the Upper East Side — or at least the part of it that is synonymous with New York’s wealthy elite. The neighborhood’s history as an enclave for the rich dates back more than a century. It gets its name, after all, from Andrew Carnegie’s mansion on Fifth Avenue. It has never faltered, though over the years some of those mansions (including Carnegie’s) have been converted to other uses. Still, the rowhouses on its side streets and the apartments in buildings with sometimes infamously strict co-op boards are some of Manhattan’s most expensive real estate.

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