Apartments at Harridge House range in size from studios to 2 bedrooms, and are perfect for buyers that are looking for starter apartments or a pied-a-terre on the border of the Upper East Side and Midtown East. This building was designed by Emery Roth & Sons, has two sections with 21 floors and a combined 260 apartments. It was built in 1963 and converted into a coop in the 1980s.
Some of the apartments over the years have been combined to create two or three bedrooms and others into large duplex units. Most of the layouts are a straight one bedrooms with a living room and an enclosed kitchen. On higher floors the building recesses back and some of the units have large terraces, which provide enough room to entertain or to privately enjoy the amazing views of the city.
225 East 57th Street has a gorgeous private garden, open to residents, to provide you with a little bit of peace and quiet from the bustling area. The building also has a garage, private storage, a laundry room, and for residents without terraces a rooftop deck.
The surrounding neighborhood will provide you with anything you may ever desire. Just west of the building is Duane Reade, Home Depot, Bloomingdales, and 57th Streets amazing art galleries and restaurants. East of the building residents can find Bed Bath and Beyond, a dog park by Sutton Place and access to the East River esplanades.
225 East 57th is a cooperative, which means that in order to rent or buy a home in this building there are some extra steps a buyer has to take. It is recommended you use a buyers agent when you are considering buying an apartment here.
For a list of available apartments in the Harridge House please fill out the form below or call us at (646) 568 – 7175.