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Manhattan House
200 East 66th Street
Subway Lines
Subway number 6 Subway number F Subway number Q Subway number N Subway number R Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number W
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 6 Lexington Ave - 68th St
Subway number F Lexington Ave - 63rd St
Subway number Q 2nd Ave - 69th St
Subway number N 3rd Ave - 60th St
Subway number R 3rd Ave - 60th St
Subway number 4 3rd Ave - 60th St
Subway number 5 3rd Ave - 60th St
Subway number W Lexington Ave - 59th St
Details
Condo
New Development
Built in 1951
20 floors
497 units
Elevator
Landmarked
Amenities
Concierge
Doorman
Cable ready
Central laundry room
Common courtyard
Common garden
Common roof deck
Common storage
Common terrace
Fitness center
Garage
High-speed internet
Package room
Playroom
Private storage
Contemporary Living in a Modernist Building

Manhattan House is a landmark condominium centrally located on the Upper East Side at 66th and Third Avenue, offering easy access to the finest parks, museums, dining, shopping, and schools. Designed in 1950 by master architect Gordon Bunshaft of Skidmore Owings and Merrill, this modernist icon condo has been thoroughly renovated with infrastructure, finishes and amenities that respect its heritage and make it ideal for a contemporary lifestyle. The innovative setbacks of the building allow for elegant floor plans, multiple exposures and expansive views throughout the building. Manhattan House is easily approachable via two porte-cochère entrances that lead into the grandly proportioned, glass-enclosed lobby overlooking one of the largest private gardens in the city. Services and amenities include: 24-hour doorman, five-star hotel concierge services, full-time residence manager, valet, parking services, rooftop Manhattan Club with 10,000 square feet of interior and exterior entertainment space, Exhale Mind Body Spa & Fitness club, yoga studio, children's playroom designed by Roto Architects, and bicycle storage.

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200 East 66th Street
New York, NY 10021
(212) 566-0660
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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.
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Manhattan House
200 East 66th Street
Contemporary Living in a Modernist Building
Manhattan House is a landmark condominium centrally located on the Upper East Side at 66th and Third Avenue, offering easy access to the finest parks, museums, dining, shopping, and schools. Designed in 1950 by master architect Gordon Bunshaft of Skidmore Owings and Merrill, this modernist icon condo has been thoroughly renovated with infrastructure, finishes and amenities that respect its heritage and make it ideal for a contemporary lifestyle. The innovative setbacks of the building allow for elegant floor plans, multiple exposures and expansive views throughout the building. Manhattan House is easily approachable via two porte-cochère entrances that lead into the grandly proportioned, glass-enclosed lobby overlooking one of the largest private gardens in the city. Services and amenities include: 24-hour doorman, five-star hotel concierge services, full-time residence manager, valet, parking services, rooftop Manhattan Club with 10,000 square feet of interior and exterior entertainment space, Exhale Mind Body Spa & Fitness club, yoga studio, children's playroom designed by Roto Architects, and bicycle storage.
Condo
New Development
Built in 1951
20 floors
497 units
Elevator
Landmarked
Concierge
Doorman
Cable ready
Central laundry room
Common courtyard
Common garden
Common roof deck
Common storage
Common terrace
Fitness center
Garage
High-speed internet
Package room
Playroom
Private storage
Unit Price Beds Baths Date Sold
D1005 $1,675,000 1 1 12/6/2018
A3-07 $2,100,000 2 2 11/19/2018
E501 $1,561,000 1 1 8/16/2018
A301 $2,750,000 3 3 7/16/2018
B1-04 $1,578,288 1 1 6/28/2018
PH B2101 $6,750,000 4 3.5 5/30/2018
PH D2102 $7,640,000 4 4 4/25/2018
PH B21-02 $7,350,000 5 5 4/19/2018
PHD2101 $2,952,925 2 2 4/13/2018
C7-01 $2,400,000 2 2 3/9/2018
E9-02 $1,550,000 1 1 1/16/2018
A702 $1,500,000 1 1 12/28/2017
A1107 $1,750,000 1 1 12/21/2017
E12-01 $1,790,000 1 1 12/20/2017
B105 $1,225,000 1 1 11/28/2017
E4-04 $860,000 Studio 1 11/28/2017
C4-04 $2,800,000 2 2 11/17/2017
C15-04 $5,086,158 3 3.5 11/15/2017
C1-04 $3,300,000 3 3 11/3/2017
D6-02 $2,773,375 2 2 10/23/2017
E18-07 $3,250,000 3 3 10/18/2017
D1805-1806 $4,525,000 3 3 10/16/2017
A3-05 $850,000 Studio 1 10/12/2017
E12-07 $3,325,000 3 3 8/29/2017
A3-02 $1,389,375 1 1 8/15/2017
A3-08 $1,353,150 1 1.5 7/20/2017
C17-05 $3,350,000 3 3 7/10/2017
PH E21-03 $3,500,000 2 2 6/19/2017
A12-07 $1,800,000 1 1 6/8/2017
B405 $2,740,000 2 2 5/24/2017
D5-04 $2,900,000 2 2 5/19/2017
A406 $1,626,100 1 1 5/12/2017
C14-04 $4,996,841 3 3.5 4/26/2017
D1-02 $1,221,900 1 1 2/27/2017
C1701 $2,682,578 2 2 2/17/2017
E304 $878,138 Studio 1 1/20/2017
E9-04 $910,000 Studio 1 1/9/2017
E201 $1,695,000 1 1 1/5/2017
D503 $2,900,000 2 2 10/27/2016
E1906 $2,010,000 1 1 9/15/2016
D14-03 $3,100,000 2 2 9/8/2016
A507 $1,680,000 1 1 9/6/2016
E204 $2,650,000 2 2 8/31/2016
E701 $1,762,500 1 1 8/31/2016
C1004 $3,087,500 2 2 7/11/2016
PH E2101 $11,700,000 5 5 6/9/2016
B2002 $2,199,420 1 1 5/16/2016
B1101 $3,950,000 3 3 5/10/2016
B1603 $3,360,225 2 2 4/14/2016
E206 $1,616,650 1 1 3/17/2016
C2101 $22,168,630 8 8 3/9/2016
E202 $1,795,000 1 1 3/3/2016
D502 $3,010,000 2 2 2/26/2016
E203 $1,635,000 1 1 2/24/2016
E401 $1,934,675 1 1 2/9/2016
A1406 $1,781,937 1 1 2/5/2016
E702 $1,960,131 1 1 1/29/2016
A602 $1,750,000 1 1 1/14/2016
E2-07 $3,436,593 3 3 12/29/2015
C4-05 $3,156,575 2 2.5 12/17/2015
C2-06 $3,207,487 2 2.5 12/14/2015
E1706 $1,934,675 1 1 12/9/2015
B20-05 $3,400,955 2 2 11/30/2015
PHE2005 $1,980,496 1 1 11/20/2015
B501 $2,087,412 1 1.5 11/19/2015
B8-03 $3,207,487 2 2 10/28/2015
B8-02 $1,990,000 1 1 10/20/2015
B404 $3,044,567 2 2 10/15/2015
C16-05 $4,330,000 3 3 10/6/2015
C20-05 $4,500,000 3 3 9/25/2015
A7-06 $1,949,949 1 1 9/24/2015
A8-03 $1,832,850 1 1 9/23/2015
D10-04 $3,250,000 2 2 9/17/2015
D10-02 $6,500,000 4 4 8/21/2015
D8-04 $3,258,400 2 2 8/7/2015
E15-01 $2,040,000 1 1 8/6/2015
D12-05 $5,091,250 3 3 7/30/2015
B15-06 $3,250,000 2 2 7/10/2015
C19-04 $5,661,470 3 3.5 7/1/2015
A18-07 $2,067,047 1 1 6/30/2015
E20-01 $2,138,325 1 1 6/16/2015
D18-03 $3,385,681 2 2 6/2/2015
D4-03 $3,044,567 2 2 5/21/2015
C8-03 $3,300,000 2 2 4/28/2015
D19-02 $7,100,000 4 4 4/24/2015
D15-05 $2,130,000 1 1 3/27/2015
A15-01 $3,675,000 3 3 3/19/2015
D14-05 $1,998,000 1 1 3/2/2015
D5-05 $4,800,000 3 3 2/24/2015
D6-06 $1,973,000 1 1 1/20/2015
E403 $1,600,000 1 1 1/20/2015
E18-04 $3,465,000 2 2 1/16/2015
A17-03 $3,500,000 2 2 12/9/2014
D14-01 $6,475,000 3 3.5 12/2/2014
A21-01 $3,500,000 2 2 11/20/2014
C14-01 $2,851,100 2 2 11/12/2014
B19-03 $2,075,000 1 1 11/10/2014
C4-01 $2,647,450 2 2 10/2/2014
D20-05 $5,480,000 3 3 10/1/2014
C5-06 $3,258,400 2 2.5 9/19/2014
C10-06 $3,360,225 2 2.5 9/3/2014
E11-03 $1,705,568 1 1 8/5/2014
C3-04 $6,211,325 4 4 8/1/2014
A7-03 $1,832,850 1 1 7/31/2014
B1703 $3,075,000 2 2 7/22/2014
B19-01 $6,236,781 3 3.5 7/17/2014
D20-02 $7,280,487 4 4 7/15/2014
D20-04 $3,325,000 2 2 7/15/2014
D16-06 $2,150,000 1 1 7/14/2014
B1904 $7,025,925 4 4 7/8/2014
D20-01 $3,325,000 2 2 6/25/2014
D8-01 $6,414,975 3 3.5 5/28/2014
E18-02 $3,975,000 3 3 5/19/2014
C2-04 $5,950,000 4 4 5/15/2014
C20-01 $2,530,000 2 2 4/29/2014
C20-02 $2,545,625 2 2 4/29/2014
A20-06 $5,086,158 3 3 4/25/2014
PHB2006 $3,207,487 2 2 4/14/2014
B19-06 $2,902,012 2 2 3/25/2014
A19 - 06 $4,785,775 3 3 3/11/2014
B2-05 $2,392,887 2 2 3/3/2014
A10-02 $1,675,000 1 1 2/28/2014
B16-02 $2,025,000 1 1 2/27/2014
D2-01 $2,494,712 2 2 2/27/2014
B2-06 $2,400,000 2 2 2/25/2014
C2-01 $2,175,000 2 2 2/19/2014
D18-05 $1,600,000 1 1 1/28/2014
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.
Subway Lines
Subway number 6 Subway number F Subway number Q Subway number N Subway number R Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number W
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 6 Lexington Ave - 68th St
Subway number F Lexington Ave - 63rd St
Subway number Q 2nd Ave - 69th St
Subway number N 3rd Ave - 60th St
Subway number R 3rd Ave - 60th St
Subway number 4 3rd Ave - 60th St
Subway number 5 3rd Ave - 60th St
Subway number W Lexington Ave - 59th St