Located on New York’s most prestigious avenue 960 5th Ave is rumored to be one of the most difficult coops you can get approved by in New York. One broker described the buildings board by stating “If you have less than $100 million dollars you’d be considered poor”.
The building was designed by renowned architect Rosario Candela and Warren & Wetmore in 1927, and besides for its snooty board many consider it as a classic beauty that defines elegance. A combination of simplexes and duplexes fill this 15-floor building. Almost all apartments are designed with a different layout that range in size from 6-15 rooms. The defining feature of units in this building as with most Fifth Avenue apartments is the spectacular views of Central Park.
960 Fifth Avenue also features a Georgian Suite with its own private entrance on East 77th Street. The limestone building features a health club, a rooftop garden and a restaurant within the building.
An article in the New York Times claims that if you have been able to purchase an apartment in this building then you have “made it”. Owners that have been approved by this buildings board are lucky to be surrounded by extravagance and class. All interested buyers that are looking to purchase a unit in this 960 5th Ave are encouraged to use a skilled realtor that is familiar with the board and application process.
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