The Eastbrooke located at 333 East 75th Street is a full service apartment building that was built in 1960. It is very famous for being the sight of Woody Allen’s movie, Mighty Aphrodite. With 14 stories and 123 units, this building offers residents all the best of Manhattan’s Upper East Side neighborhood mixed with a luxurious living experience at a relatively competitive price.
The newly renovated lobby is sure to make an impression on you and your guests. From the street, this building is recognizable for its white brick and glass block entrance, with beautifully landscaped sidewalks.
Some homes in this building offer incredible terraces, so that you can enjoy the city and river views and also take in some fresh air. For the units that don’t have terraces, however, there is a common roof deck available to residents on the top floor.
Many of the apartments in The Eastbrooke have an easily adaptable floor plan, so if you are interested in having extra bedrooms, home offices, or guest bedrooms, you’ll be able to flex floor space. Even though the building was built years ago, many of the residents have renovated their units over the course of time and it is not uncommon to walk into gut-renovations.
The building is located mid-way through the block, allowing residents the tranquility of a tree-lined block with the added convenience of everything within a couple block radius. The 6 train on 77th street is an approximately 8 minute walk from the building, the second avenue subway is being built only a couple blocks south, there are numerous restaurants, bars and lounges surrounding the building and the entrance to the FDR is only a couple blocks away.
333 East 75th Street is a cooperative, so in order to rent or buy in this building, there is a little bit of extra paperwork that needs to be carefully addressed before you can move in. Contact us at (646) 568 – 7175 to be paired with a realtor familiar with this building and similar Upper East Side apartments for sale.