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515 East 72 Corcoran Sunshine

515 East 72nd Street
Upper East Side
Subway number Q Subway number Q
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    2nd Ave - 72nd St

    7 mins


More Living Per SQ FT. Only 515 East 72 has it all under one roof.

515 East 72 is the perfect balance of home and the ultimate getaway without the inconveniences of leaving. This 329 unit, 41-story retreat offers luxurious 1 to 4 bedroom condominiums featuring expansive floor plans, large wrap balconies with abundant natural light and sweeping East River and city views. Residents enjoy exclusive access to the Elements Spa, fitness and wellness facility which includes a 56’ indoor pool with hot tubs, sauna and steam rooms, a 20,000 square foot private park, an indoor/outdoor café, a children’s playroom and art studio, lounge/game room, rock climbing wall, basketball/squash court, and weekly offered classes/workshops. The sophisticated finishes and interiors were designed by Bonetti/Kozerski Studio, renowned for envisioning modern luxury retreats for Donna Karan and Andre Balazs.

Additional features of this new development include: Pool and Spa.

Details
  • Condo
  • Postwar
  • Built in 1985
  • 40 floors
  • 329 units
  • Elevator
  • Pet friendly
Amenities
  • Concierge
  • Doorman
  • Cable ready
  • Central laundry room
  • Common garden
  • Common roof deck
  • Common terrace
  • Day care center
  • Exercise room
  • Garage
  • Guarantors allowed
  • High-speed internet
  • Laundry service
  • Meeting room
  • Pool
  • Private storage
  • Valet parking
  • Spa

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Past Sales at 515 East 72
Units Sold Price Beds Baths Rooms Approx. Sq. Ft. Price per Sq. Ft. Date Sold
39C $1,700,000 1 1.5 4 1,128 $1,507 11/4/2014
38C $1,690,295 1 1.5 4 1,128 $1,498 10/10/2014
40A $2,596,537 2 2 4 1,413 $1,838 9/5/2014
11C $919,734 1 1 3 830 $1,108 8/14/2014
37C $1,669,930 1 1.5 4 1,172 $1,425 7/17/2014
36E $2,840,917 2 2.5 5 1,669 $1,702 7/2/2014
37D $3,329,677 3 2.5 5 1,883 $1,768 5/28/2014
40D $3,533,327 3 2.5 7 1,900 $1,860 5/15/2014
40E $2,910,000 2 2.5 4.5 1,667 $1,746 5/7/2014
38E $2,861,282 2 2.5 4 1,669 $1,714 4/2/2014
38D $3,370,407 3 2.5 5 1,838 $1,834 2/6/2014
36C $1,613,926 1 1.5 4 1,172 $1,377 2/3/2014
37E $2,871,465 2 2.5 4 1,669 $1,720 12/23/2013
35C $1,583,378 2 2.5 4 1,172 $1,351 12/17/2013
28E $3,563,875 4 4 6 2,285 $1,560 12/16/2013
10E $715,320 1 2.5 573 $1,248 12/16/2013
35E $2,720,000 3 2.5 5 1,667 $1,632 12/13/2013
3K $802,951 5 5 10 2,750 $292 12/3/2013
3M $887,946 1 1 3 810 $1,096 12/3/2013
3L $612,354 1 2.5 529 $1,158 12/3/2013
39E $2,891,830 2 2.5 5 1,667 $1,735 11/21/2013
4N $724,780 1 1 3 615 $1,179 10/30/2013
12E $738,231 1 2 573 $1,288 10/29/2013
5L $623,301 1 2 529 $1,178 10/21/2013
5M $898,893 1 1 3 810 $1,110 10/21/2013
5N $643,906 1 2 615 $1,047 10/21/2013
5K $813,897 1 1 3 706 $1,153 10/21/2013
4G $789,143 1 1 3 687 $1,149 10/16/2013
4K $856,918 1 1 3 706 $1,214 10/15/2013
3H $738,231 1 1 3 650 $1,136 10/11/2013
33D $3,131,118 3 2.5 5 1,881 $1,665 10/10/2013
8M $778,961 1 1 3 611 $1,275 10/8/2013
8G $845,147 1 1 3 687 $1,230 10/1/2013
34E $2,723,818 2 2.5 5 1,667 $1,634 10/1/2013
4M $919,479 1 1 3 810 $1,135 9/30/2013
39B $4,073,000 3 3 6 2,214 $1,840 9/30/2013
10P $884,859 1 1 3 685 $1,292 9/25/2013
5G $815,000 1 1 3 687 $1,186 9/13/2013
10C $928,644 1 1 3 826 $1,124 9/3/2013
16K $1,944,857 2 2 4 1,370 $1,420 8/28/2013
11E $692,410 1 2 573 $1,208 8/16/2013
8H $803,399 1 1 3 650 $1,236 8/16/2013
5F $864,494 1 1 3 736 $1,175 8/15/2013
14J $768,778 1 1 3 611 $1,258 8/14/2013
17K $1,944,857 2 2 5 1,370 $1,420 7/31/2013
10A $776,924 1 1 3 620 $1,253 7/30/2013
4C $890,968 1 1 3 826 $1,079 7/24/2013
34C $1,552,831 1 1.5 4 1,172 $1,325 7/23/2013
14K $1,868,488 2 2 4 1,370 $1,364 7/18/2013
9M $753,505 1 1 3 611 $1,233 7/16/2013
8P $799,326 1 1 3 685 $1,167 7/15/2013
5A $733,140 1 1 3 620 $1,182 7/11/2013
9E $671,332 1 2.5 573 $1,172 7/9/2013
9F $823,764 1 1 3 736 $1,119 6/28/2013
8F $818,163 1 1 3 736 $1,112 6/20/2013
36D $3,095,480 3 2.5 5 1,883 $1,644 6/19/2013
8C $901,151 1 1 3 826 $1,091 6/17/2013
8E $636,406 1 2.5 573 $1,111 6/14/2013
9A $758,392 1 1 3 620 $1,223 6/7/2013
9P $773,870 1 1 3 685 $1,130 6/3/2013
11F $830,566 1 1 3 740 $1,122 5/30/2013
39D $3,309,312 3 2.5 7 1,827 $1,811 5/17/2013
18E $824,782 1 1 3 650 $1,269 5/16/2013
31H $2,545,625 3 3 6 1,638 $1,554 5/15/2013
4F $794,235 1 1 3 736 $1,079 5/6/2013
11M $695,464 1 1 3 611 $1,138 4/25/2013
12G $793,292 3 3 5 687 $1,155 4/16/2013
12F $824,200 1 1 3 736 $1,120 4/16/2013
9N $773,870 1 1 3 700 $1,106 4/15/2013
11A $673,500 1 1 3 620 $1,086 4/15/2013
35D $3,029,293 3 2.5 5 1,883 $1,609 4/15/2013
15K $1,832,850 2 2 4 1,370 $1,338 4/12/2013
10F $788,141 1 1 3 736 $1,071 4/1/2013
10G $757,233 1 1 3 687 $1,102 4/1/2013
23D $1,685,238 2 2 4 1,163 $1,449 3/19/2013
4S $767,251 1 1 2 685 $1,120 3/18/2013
34D $2,925,000 3 2.5 5 1,883 $1,553 3/14/2013
10H $725,000 1 1 3 650 $1,115 3/13/2013
38A $2,125,000 2 2 5 1,418 $1,499 3/8/2013
7G $725,000 1 1 687 $1,055 3/4/2013
15E $773,870 1 1 3 650 $1,191 2/15/2013
39A $2,100,000 2 2.5 4 1,413 $1,486 2/13/2013
9H $685,000 1 1 3 650 $1,054 2/8/2013
16A $735,000 1 1 3 620 $1,185 2/7/2013
33C $1,500,000 1 1.5 4 1,172 $1,280 1/22/2013
5H $720,000 1 1 3 650 $1,108 1/18/2013
8N $730,000 1 1 3 685 $1,066 1/17/2013
7M $665,000 1 1 3 611 $1,088 12/19/2012
37B $3,825,000 3 3 5 2,214 $1,728 12/14/2012
3Q $640,000 1 1 3 611 $1,047 12/6/2012
19E $795,000 1 1 3 650 $1,223 11/30/2012
11H $705,000 1 1 3 650 $1,085 11/29/2012
9G $715,000 1 1 3 687 $1,041 11/13/2012
5S $725,000 1 1 3 685 $1,058 11/6/2012
31F $3,500,000 4 3.5 6 2,390 $1,464 10/19/2012
3G $711,756 1 1 3 689 $1,033 10/4/2012
4B $1,186,261 2 2 4 1,122 $1,057 9/27/2012
12P $770,000 1 1 3 685 $1,124 9/27/2012
33E $2,550,000 2 2.5 5 1,667 $1,530 9/5/2012
30E $1,382,478 2 2 4 976 $1,416 8/31/2012
11N $775,804 1 1 3 685 $1,133 8/17/2012

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