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For those discerning buyers seeking the sophistication and privacy of a refined townhouse on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, 33 East 74th Street offers a unique opportunity of rarefied prestige.
The development featuring, 10 incomparable residential units, seamlessly weaves a pristine collection of brownstones and a rare turn-of-the-century townhouse to create a truly original condominium living experience. Originally constructed by S.M. Styles in 1876 as nine brownstones, the Whitney Museum of Art acquired the buildings in the 1960s. By this time, the stoops along prestigious esteemed Madison Avenue had been transformed into luxury retail outlets when the avenue was expanded, and the Atterbury Mansion had replaced the two easternmost brownstones. Today, the living spaces have evolved again into elegant apartments featuring the highest standards of modern living.
The architectural vision of Daniel E. Straus has accentuated and blended the medley of influences that have shaped the development over the last three centuries. The lush terra cotta rain screen and a fenestration pattern of the lobby space integrates the buildings as one. The entrance, which resides back from 74th Street, nurtures a serene ambiance while enabling the brownstones on Madison Avenue to extend around the corner in line with the original vision of Styles. The spaces possess all of the assets of modern construction techniques and technology all the while preserving its original heritage from the 19th century.
Just a few steps from majestic Central Park on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, this collection of living spaces abounds with rare detail and a cultivation. The bespoke condominiums echo the understated confidence and tradition at the heart of this coveted address. The spaces feature units from 3,850 to 10,000 square feet, while four of the residences include outdoor living space. Three of these units feature private terraces extending more than 2,200 square feet.
Residents of 33 East 74th Street enjoy a medley of luxurious amenities that distinguish it from the other developments in the neighborhood, featuring a concierge, doorman, custom designed double elevators, private fitness center, and oversized individual storage units.
A 3 BR, 3 BA unit with 1 Powder Room at 3,889 Sq. Ft. is available at 33 East 74th Street with an ask of $14,750,000. Penthouse 3 with 5 BR, 5 BA unit with 1 Powder Room at 6,321 Sq. Ft. with a 2,287 square-foot terrace currently commands an ask of $32,000,000.
In addition to an esteemed address and seamless access to Central Park, residents of the building call Christian Louboutin, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney Museum of Art, Sant Ambroeus, Cafe Boulud, Daniel Restaurant, Ralph Lauren Rhinelander Mansion, the Guggenheim Museum and Prada neighbors. The location furthermore, provides convenient access to wonderful schools and fitness centers.