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Taking Inventory: East 64th Street

Every single apartment for sale, from Fifth Avenue to the river.

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1. 825 Fifth Avenue
One of the Gold Coast’s best co-ops—so why such a dizzying swing in prices? The eighteenth-floor monster has 64 feet fronting Central Park; the small two-bedroom is in the back.

Apt. 18ABC, 18D: $14 million.
Combined five-bedroom, 5 1/2-bath; 3,900 square feet. Maintenance: $16,177. (Elizabeth Spahr, Corcoran.)
Apt. 6DE: $1.675 million.
Two-bedroom, two-bath. Maintenance: $3,131. (Barbara Cardozo, Elliman.)

2. 29 East 64th Street
Maintenance is a bear at this white-glove co-op, so you won’t need the servant’s room with bath in 6C. Then face the un–New Yorkish dilemma of dealing with an extra bed and bath.

Apt. 9A:
$3.35 million. Three-bedroom, two-bath; 2,250 square feet. Maintenance: $3,657. (Lauren Muss, Corcoran.)
Apt. 6C: $2.995 million.
Three-bedroom, three-bath; 1,800 square feet. Maintenance: $3,657. (Carol Boriskin, Elliman.)

3. 580 Park Avenue
Apt. 10D: $5.9 million.
Two-bedroom, 2 1/2-bath; 2,800 square feet. Maintenance: $5,028. (Caroline Guthrie, Edward Lee Cave.) Ignore the excessively floral décor—this grande dame co-op has north-facing floor-to-ceiling windows, as well as views to the east and west.


601–603 Park Avenue.  

4. 601–603 Park Avenue: $30 million.
Five-story townhouse. (Brian J. Manning, Brown Harris Stevens.) Think of it as a megayacht moored on Park Avenue—one with 100 feet of façade.

5. 32 East 64th Street: $6.995 million.
Four-bedroom, 4 1/2 bath. Maintenance: $5,720. (Michele Kleier, Gumley Haft Kleier.) Footing the bill for the additional 2% flip tax helps buy you into a premier landmarked building and impeccable apartment with all the trimmings, including fireplace, tons of closets, park views, and solarium.

6. 118 East 64th Street: $4.9 million.
Four-story townhouse; 3,200 square feet. (Suzanne Sealy, Elliman.) This 12 1/2-foot-wide jewel-box townhouse is snug but still covetable—it’s James Ware’s city version of his upstate Tyrolean folly, the Mohonk Mountain House.

7. 121 East 64th Street: $12.95 million.
Five-story townhouse; 7,000 square feet. (Cindy Bernat, Corcoran.) This landmarked twenties property has ten rooms, two outdoor spaces, and pristine old-world detailing. If it feels too collegiate-Gothic, just rip out the heavy wood paneling and bedroom chandelier.

8. 129 East 64th Street: $14 million.
Seven-story townhouse; 7,000 square feet. (Suzanne Sealy, Elliman.) Has Irish pine floors, four working fireplaces, and a somehow ungarish elevator padded with yellow leather. But what would former owner Otto Preminger have made of the Panic Room security?


136 East 64th Street.  

9. 136 East 64th Street
Apt. 9F: $1.7 million.
Two-bedroom, two-bath; 1,350 square feet. Maintenance: $2,143. (Leslie Crossley, Brown Harris Stevens.) With nine-foot ceilings and a stately living room, this small co-op apartment acts big—even without the mirrors and animal-print carpeting.

10. 176 East 64th Street: $15.9 million.
Five-story townhouse; 6,000 square feet. (Carrie Chiang, Corcoran.) You’ll have eleven rooms, including a basement with staff living quarters and a family room with a twenty-foot cathedral ceiling. Feeling boxed in? You can always escape to the 600-square-foot garden for a fountain-side retreat.


188 East 64th Street: The Royale.  

11. 188 East 64th Street: The Royale.
Built in 1985, this sleek pencil tower has 205 condos on 42 floors, with late-twentieth-century creature comforts like a health club, lounge, and basement garage, plus laundry rooms on every floor.

Apt. 2803: $2.4 million.
Two-bedroom, 2 1/2-bath; 1,550 square feet. Charges and taxes: $2,283. (Michelle Cadden, Halstead.)
Apt. 3803: $2.475 million.
Two-bedroom, 2 1/2-bath; 1,550 square feet. Charges and taxes: $2,583. (Asher Alcobi, Peter Ashe.)
Apt. 2303: $985,000.
One-bedroom, one-bath; 746 square feet. Charges and taxes: $1,131. (Asher Alcobi, Peter Ashe.)
Apt. 2202: $1.35 million.
One-bedroom, two-bath; 900 square feet. Charges and taxes: $1,348. (Mercedes Schwartz, Brown Harris Stevens.)
Apt. 3701: $4.75 million.
Three-bedroom, 31/2-bath; 2,220 square feet. Charges and taxes: $4,305. (Boaz Mashaich, Berkshire.)

12. 301 East 64th Street: Regency East.
With a Gourmet Garage downstairs in this postwar co-op building, there’s no need to schedule your Sundays around FreshDirect—but also no room left for a gym, storage, or common spaces.

Apt. 14E: $495,000.
One-bedroom, one-bath; 700 square feet. Maintenance: $1,040. (Ellen Morgan, Corcoran.)
Apt. 4L: $425,000.
One-bedroom, one-bath; 620 square feet. Maintenance: $958. (Deborah Sabec, Corcoran.)
Apt. 5A: $589,000.
One-bedroom, one-bath; 850 square feet. Maintenance: $1,064. (Alison Love, Corcoran.)
Apt. 10H: $1.75 million.
Three-bedroom, three-bath; 2,100 square feet. Maintenance: $3,221. (R. Brian Philpott, Corcoran.)


340 East 64th Street: The St. Tropez.  

13. 340 East 64th Street: The St. Tropez.
In 1965, the St. Tropez opened as Manhattan’s first condo building, and it has aged well. Even with a pool, gym, and valet parking, the monthly fees remain relatively low.

Apt. 6E: $1.095 million.
One-bedroom, 1 1/2-bath; 1,050 square feet. Charges and taxes: $771. (Charles Frank, Corcoran.)
Apt. 5K: $1.545 million.
Two-bedroom, two-bath; 1,420 square feet. Charges and taxes: $1,271. (Lydia Balasny, Elliman.)
Apt. 3N: $1.545 million.
Two-bedroom, 2 1/2-bath; 1,486 square feet. Charges and taxes: $1,215. (Susan Kaplan, Elliman)
Apt. 11J: $1.695 million.
Two-bedroom, two-bath; 1,486 square feet. Charges and taxes: $1,519. (Lydia Balasny, Elliman.)
Apt. 33C: $1.995 million.
Two-bedroom, two-bath; 1,329 square feet. Charges and taxes: $1,773. (Lydia Balasny, Elliman.)
Apt. 6A: $1.095 million.
One-bedroom, 1 1/2-bath; 986 square feet. Charges and taxes: $844. (Lydia Balasny, Elliman.)
Apt. 4M: $1.225 million.
Two-bedroom, 1 1/2-bath; 1,070 square feet. Charges and taxes: $821. (Uni Cregan, Century 21.)


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