235 East 49th Street

Prewar Co-op

75 units
  • 75 RESIDENCES
  • 12 STORIES
  • BUILT 1927

The Details About 235 East 49th Street

An elegant pre-war building. Designed by architect Henry Green, it was originally built as the New York Theological Seminary in 1926. In 1982 it was converted to a cooperative, comprised of 75 unique apartments on 12 floors. Today it features a Doorman from 7:30am- 11:30 pm. The Building has a live-in Superintendent and a common laundry room on the second floor. 235 East 49th Street features a ...

key features
  • Doorman
  • Central laundry room
  • Common roof deck
  • Guarantors allowed
  • Package room

235 E 49th St Ten. Units

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