333 East 55th Street
Located on a quiet tree-lined block in the coveted East 50’s, this lovely co-op building is in a neighborhood that encompasses all the transportation, restaurants, shopping and entertainment that Midtown has to offer. This full-service building includes 24 hour doorman services, a live-in super, planted roof deck, reading garden, laundry, and a parking garage. Built in 1962, 333 East 55th Street was converted to a co-op in 1979. Apartments vary in size and upgrades, but if you can find a South-facing apartment on a higher floor, you will enjoy open city views including a view of the Chrysler Building. The board is allows co-purchasing, pied-a-terres, and W/D’s.
Address: 333 East 55th Street
Neighborhood: Midtown East
Style: Post-War Mid-Rise
Service: Full time Doorman
Size: 14 floors, 124 apartments
Amenities: Bicycle Room, Garage, Garden, Laundry Room, Rooftop Deck
About Midtown East
Midtown East is known for its shopping and restaurants. Escape from the hustle and bustle to Central Park, just a short walk away. This neighborhood has the beauty of old architecture and is home to many of New York’s famous landmarks: St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Saks Fifth Avenue, the Chrysler Building, Grand Central Station, and the United Nations.
Nearest Grocers: Food Emporium - 969 Second Avenue
Restaurants: Dos Caminos Third - 825 Third Avenue
Nightlife: King Cole Bar - The St. Regis Hotel at 2 East 55th Street
The Carriage House - 219 East 59th Street
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