The Mark, which is known for its 5-star hotel service, was built in 1927. It was designed by Schwarts & Gross, the very famous architect known for building many luxury apartment buildings on Manhattan’s Upper East Side including 941 Park and 150 E 72nd Street.
Its bottom floors are a hotel, while its top floors were converted to luxury condominiums during a recent conversion. In 2008, The Mark reopened from closing its doors to do a full, overall makeover, both inside and out, spearheaded by the Mandarin Hotel Group and Jacques Grange, a French designer. New features include modern appliances, a new bar and restaurant on the lobby level, Bar Mark, custom furnishings, an updated fitness center, and much more.
Located on the most coveted part of Manhattan’s Upper East Side, this building has a lot to offer in terms of the neighborhood, including world class dining, boutique shopping, incredible entertainment, and easy access to grocery stores, public transportation, parks and shops. If you love dining out, you’ll be interested to hear about these famous, Zagat rated restaurants, which are just steps from your front door: Daniel, Sistina, Café Boulud, Candle 79, and many more. If you love shopping, all of the world famous brands have boutiques that are just a few minutes’ walk away.
Homes in this building range in size from studios with one bathroom, to 10,000 square foot, six bedroom homes with eight bathrooms, so if you need a big home. If you need a large apartment on the Upper East Side in a condop building this building has a lot to offer you. Wall mounted panels for light and air conditioning/heating control are another benefit of the recent remodel. Many homes feature breakfast rooms, galleries, eat-in kitchens, formal dining rooms, and the occasional media room.
If you are interested in renting or purchasing a home at The Mark, call us at (646) 568 – 7175, and one of our experienced agents would be happy to help you through the process. Since this building is a condop, there is a bit of extra paperwork involved in moving in that can be tricky, but an agent can handle the details.