333 East 46th Street

Condo/Co-op, Postwar
176 units
  • 176 RESIDENCES
  • 20 STORIES
  • BUILT 1959

The Details

About 333 East 46th Street

333 East 46th Street is a well run CONDOP (a co-op with condo rules with regard to subleasing, among other aspects). Built in 1959, this post war high rise elevator building is very central and located close to transportation. An efficient staff includes a 24 hour doorman, and a superintendent on premises. There is a common roof deck and laundry room. A modified board package and interview is r...

key features
  • Doorman
  • Cable ready
  • Central laundry room
  • Common roof deck
  • Garage

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