Located on the corner of 63rd and Second, 301 East 63rd Street is the ideal place for someone that is looking to make a long term investment. This 16-story red brick building was built in 1958 by H.I. Feldman Architects, contains 166 apartments and is located in the heart of the second avenue subway construction. As soon as the project is done one should expect apartment values to rise. Especially since the building is one of the few coops that allows unlimited subletting after 2 years of owner residency.
Over the years many of the units have been updated while exchanging hands of different owners however; the apartments are characterized by large layouts, state of the art ventilation systems, quality windows and relatively inexpensive pricing.
301 East 63rd Street has also recently undergone various upgrades that include a newly renovated lobby, with a 24 hour concierge and the option to use BuildingLink to track packages and make maintenance request online. Residents that need outdoor space are in luck – the building has a rooftop sun terrace that features spectacular city views.
There are various gourmet restaurants located around 301 East 63rd Street, perfect for last minute dinner plans. The Second Avenue select bus makes transportation downtown easy and the 59th street subway is only five blocks away.
This is a co-op building. All potential buyers are required to apply through a board in order to buy and rent. Prospective purchasers are encouraged to arrange a viewing with a realtor that is familiar with apartments for sale in this building.
To arrange a viewing with and Upper East Side specialist, please call 646-568-7175 or fill out the form below for an instant list of availabilities in this building.