Located where Lenox Hill meets Central Park, 2 East 67th Street is a haven of luxurious calm. Featuring only 15 apartments on 14 floors, to say the lavishly decorated homes at 2 East 67th Street were generously sized would be an understatement.
Living in this building means rubbing shoulders with some of the most powerful people in New York; the building shot to fame recently when Jonathan Tisch – CEO of Loews Hotels – parted with $48 million to acquire the whole 11th floor for himself.
With stunning views of Central Park, residents of 2 East 67th Street are in the privileged position of owning a definitive slice of the Central Park skyline. There are few sights that evoke the spirit of the Upper East Side more than of golden fall leaves covering the ground in this famous park right outside the buildings front door.
Art enthusiasts will also find the building perfectly placed. Just three blocks away you will find The Frick Collection, one of New York’s premier art museums and the home of masterpieces by Bellini, El Greco and Holbein.
In fact, the building at 2 East 67th Street is something of a work of art itself; designed by Rosario Candela in an Italian Palazzo style, the building was erected in 1928 and retains the grandiose stylistic touches that were popular during the late 20’s.
It is this sort of grandeur that has helped turn the building at 2 E. 67th Street into one of the most sought after pieces of real estate on Fifth Avenue. It’s easy to see why; with a stunning location, gorgeous apartments and a culturally electrifying neighborhood, 2 East 67th St cannot fail to tick the boxes of even the hardest-to-please house hunter.
Beautiful both inside and out, this co-operative is one of New York’s prime pieces of real estate. For a list of available apartments please fill out the form below or contact us at (646) 568 7175.