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875 Fifth Avenue

Apt. 18A
Between East 68th Street and East 69th Street
Coop
$3,000,000

This home has been sold

Subway Lines
Subway number 6 Subway number F Subway number N Subway number Q Subway number R Subway number 4 Subway number 5
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 6 Lexington Ave - 68th St
Subway number F Lexington Ave - 63rd St
Subway number N 5th Ave - 60th St
Subway number Q 5th Ave - 60th St
Subway number R 5th Ave - 60th St
Subway number 4 Lexington Ave - 60th St
Subway number 5 Lexington Ave - 60th St
Essentials
Price $3,000,000
Type Co-op
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 4.5
Rooms 7
Staff Room 1
Staff Bathroom 1
Exposure S, E & W
Key Features
Doorman
Elevator Operator
Elevator
Decorative Fireplace
Dining Room
Excellent Light
Library
Oversized Windows
Walk-In Closets

This is the most impeccable prewar restoration with imcomparable views of Central Park and South to the skyline of Wall Street. A classic 6 complete with powder room, extraordinary wood finishes, stereo system and significant closet space...additional maids and bath ensuite!

Additional features of this property include: Combination Heat & A/C.

Agent
Upper East Side
Living in the Upper East Side
Old world elegance and new world modernity are in perfect harmony in this storied neighborhood. Famed for its 'museum mile,' which includes some of the city's most cultured institutions, the Upper East Side is also home to stylish cocktail lounges, high-end restaurants and some of the city's most celebrated upscale boutiques.
Explore Upper East Side
875 Fifth Avenue
875 Tenant Corporat
This 121-unit cooperative apartment building is on the site of three mansions, one of which belonged to Ogden L. Mills and had been designed by Richard M. Hunt. Hunt had been the mentor of Emery Roth, the architect of the high-rise building now on the site. Originally, the building had 134 apartments, eight of which were duplexes, with a total of 560 rooms. The building was completed in 1941 and is notable for its streamlined, Moderne style, highlighted by the glass-brick, rounded corners of the watertank enclosure. There are rounded bay windows above the first setback on the avenue façade and also on most of the sidestreet façade. The building’s avenue frontage is not symmetrical and is nicely modulated by a central section accented by vertical piers. Roth, who designed many of the most famous towers on Central Park West such as the San Remo and the Beresford, was the architect also of 880 Fifth Avenue, just across 69th Street, and 930 Fifth Avenue, a few blocks to the north. The entrance is simple but handsome with polished granite fluting and the building’s avenue number is in bronze above its fairly unusual revolving door entrance.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1940
19 floors
121 units
Elevator
Amenities
Doorman
Elevator Operator
Central laundry room
Common terrace
Exercise room
Private storage

This home has been sold

875 Fifth Avenue
Apt. 18A
Between East 68th Street and East 69th Street
Coop
Essentials
Price $3,000,000
Maintenance/Common Charges $3
$Upper East Side
% down $Co-op
Type Co-op
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 4.5
Rooms 7
Staff Room 1
Staff Bathroom 1
Exposure S, E & W

This is the most impeccable prewar restoration with imcomparable views of Central Park and South to the skyline of Wall Street. A classic 6 complete with powder room, extraordinary wood finishes, stereo system and significant closet space...additional maids and bath ensuite!

Additional features of this property include: Combination Heat & A/C.

Doorman
Elevator Operator
Elevator
Decorative Fireplace
Dining Room
Excellent Light
Library
Oversized Windows
Walk-In Closets
Upper East Side
Living in the Upper East Side
Old world elegance and new world modernity are in perfect harmony in this storied neighborhood. Famed for its 'museum mile,' which includes some of the city's most cultured institutions, the Upper East Side is also home to stylish cocktail lounges, high-end restaurants and some of the city's most celebrated upscale boutiques.
Explore Upper East Side
Subway Lines
Subway number 6 Subway number F Subway number N Subway number Q Subway number R Subway number 4 Subway number 5
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 6 Lexington Ave - 68th St
Subway number F Lexington Ave - 63rd St
Subway number N 5th Ave - 60th St
Subway number Q 5th Ave - 60th St
Subway number R 5th Ave - 60th St
Subway number 4 Lexington Ave - 60th St
Subway number 5 Lexington Ave - 60th St
875 Fifth Avenue
875 Tenant Corporat
This 121-unit cooperative apartment building is on the site of three mansions, one of which belonged to Ogden L. Mills and had been designed by Richard M. Hunt. Hunt had been the mentor of Emery Roth, the architect of the high-rise building now on the site. Originally, the building had 134 apartments, eight of which were duplexes, with a total of 560 rooms. The building was completed in 1941 and is notable for its streamlined, Moderne style, highlighted by the glass-brick, rounded corners of the watertank enclosure. There are rounded bay windows above the first setback on the avenue façade and also on most of the sidestreet façade. The building’s avenue frontage is not symmetrical and is nicely modulated by a central section accented by vertical piers. Roth, who designed many of the most famous towers on Central Park West such as the San Remo and the Beresford, was the architect also of 880 Fifth Avenue, just across 69th Street, and 930 Fifth Avenue, a few blocks to the north. The entrance is simple but handsome with polished granite fluting and the building’s avenue number is in bronze above its fairly unusual revolving door entrance.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1940
19 floors
121 units
Elevator
Amenities
Doorman
Elevator Operator
Central laundry room
Common terrace
Exercise room
Private storage