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1120 Fifth Avenue

Apt. 6B
Between East 93rd Street and East 94th Street
Coop
$8,600,000

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Subway Lines
Subway number 6 Subway number 4 Subway number 5
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 6 Lexington Ave - 96th St
Subway number 4 Lexington Ave - 86th St
Subway number 5 Lexington Ave - 86th St
Essentials
Price $8,600,000
Type Co-op
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 4
Rooms 9
Staff Room 1
Staff Bathroom 1
Approx. Sq. Ft. 3,400
Exposure West
Key Features
Concierge
Doorman
Elevator
Pet friendly
Dining room
Dishwasher
Excellent light
Hardwood floors
Library
Marble bath
Oversized windows
Prewar detail
Storage space
Washer/dryer
Wood-burning fireplace

10 into 9 room residence flooded with light, and four major rooms facing Central Park. Glorious park and reservoir views from living room with wood-burning fireplace, dining room, library, and master bedroom with
en-suite bathroom. Two additional bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms, and sunny eastern exposure. Immense kitchen with breakfast room; staff room with staff bathroom, and laundry room complete this home.
Closets galore!
1120 Fifth Avenue is one of the most prominent, highly serviced, white-glove pre-war co-operatives. The building has a state-of-the art gym and it is pet friendly. Co-Exclusive.

Agent
Licensed Associate RE Broker
M: (212) 836-1036
P: (212) 821-9151
See my 6 other sale listings
Carnegie Hill
Living in Carnegie Hill
The Carnegie Hill section of Manhattan, full of magnificent townhouses rarely for sale, has convenient access to Central Park. Larger buildings house prewar apartments of six or seven rooms, known as “Classic Sixes” and “Classic Sevens.” The light in the area remains generous though, as even these magnificent co-ops are usually modest in height. The resulting old-world feel, which influences even modern condos in Carnegie Hill, illustrates why steel tycoon Andrew Carnegie selected this quiet, countrified section of Manhattan as the place to build his ultimate family home. (You can still visit it today on your way to buy or rent an apartment — it’s now a branch of the Smithsonian known as the Cooper-Hewitt museum.)
Explore Carnegie Hill
1120 Fifth Avenue
1120 Fifth Av Corp
Fifth Avenue Grandeur
One of Manhattan's most desirbale residences, 1120 Fifth Avenue, symbolizes the elegance, class and grandeur of the architectural constructions of James Carpenter. With only 44 apartments in this 1923 building, this residence contains many homes with seven to twelve rooms, fireplaces, elegant entrance ways and distinguished moldings. This classic co-op is pet friendly, has a doorman and available storage, all while being located just minutes away from Central Park, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Solomon Guggenheim Museum.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1925
15 floors
44 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Landmarked
Amenities
Concierge
Doorman
Exercise room
Private storage

1120 Fifth Avenue
Apt. 6B
Between East 93rd Street and East 94th Street
Coop
Essentials
Price $8,600,000
Type Co-op
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 4
Rooms 9
Staff Room 1
Staff Bathroom 1
Approx. Sq. Ft. 3,400
Exposure West

10 into 9 room residence flooded with light, and four major rooms facing Central Park. Glorious park and reservoir views from living room with wood-burning fireplace, dining room, library, and master bedroom with
en-suite bathroom. Two additional bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms, and sunny eastern exposure. Immense kitchen with breakfast room; staff room with staff bathroom, and laundry room complete this home.
Closets galore!
1120 Fifth Avenue is one of the most prominent, highly serviced, white-glove pre-war co-operatives. The building has a state-of-the art gym and it is pet friendly. Co-Exclusive.

Licensed Associate RE Broker
M: (212) 836-1036
P: (212) 821-9151
See my 6 other sale listings
Concierge
Doorman
Elevator
Pet friendly
Dining room
Dishwasher
Excellent light
Hardwood floors
Library
Marble bath
Oversized windows
Prewar detail
Storage space
Washer/dryer
Wood-burning fireplace
Carnegie Hill
Living in Carnegie Hill
The Carnegie Hill section of Manhattan, full of magnificent townhouses rarely for sale, has convenient access to Central Park. Larger buildings house prewar apartments of six or seven rooms, known as “Classic Sixes” and “Classic Sevens.” The light in the area remains generous though, as even these magnificent co-ops are usually modest in height. The resulting old-world feel, which influences even modern condos in Carnegie Hill, illustrates why steel tycoon Andrew Carnegie selected this quiet, countrified section of Manhattan as the place to build his ultimate family home. (You can still visit it today on your way to buy or rent an apartment — it’s now a branch of the Smithsonian known as the Cooper-Hewitt museum.)
Subway Lines
Subway number 6 Subway number 4 Subway number 5
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 6 Lexington Ave - 96th St
Subway number 4 Lexington Ave - 86th St
Subway number 5 Lexington Ave - 86th St
1120 Fifth Avenue
1120 Fifth Av Corp
Fifth Avenue Grandeur
One of Manhattan's most desirbale residences, 1120 Fifth Avenue, symbolizes the elegance, class and grandeur of the architectural constructions of James Carpenter. With only 44 apartments in this 1923 building, this residence contains many homes with seven to twelve rooms, fireplaces, elegant entrance ways and distinguished moldings. This classic co-op is pet friendly, has a doorman and available storage, all while being located just minutes away from Central Park, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Solomon Guggenheim Museum.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1925
15 floors
44 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Landmarked
Amenities
Concierge
Doorman
Exercise room
Private storage