Building: 156 East 79th Street
156 East 79th Street is a fourteen story prewar building that was
designed by Schwartz & Gross and built by Julius Tishman & Sons in
1915. This 65 unit building most typically has two eight room
apartments and one seven room apartment per floor, though some
apartments have been split. The mid-block building has a canopied
entrance, a gray granite base and a two-story arched entrance. This is
a full service building with both doormen and porters.
The building has a central Upper East Side location that is convenient
to many museums, galleries, schools, restaurants and boutiques. It is
two blocks from Lenox Hill Hospital and a local subway station at 77th
Street and Lexington Avenue.
The building allows 50% financing.
|Facts||60 units14 storiesBuilt in 1917|
|Building Class||D4 Elevator Apartments, Cooperative (D4)|
|District||Community District 108City Council District 4Police Precinct 19|
|Floorplans||9 floorplans available|
|Documents and Permits||41 documents and permits|
|Sales Listings||1 active sale ($850 per ft² avg, $638,000 avg price)|
|14 previous sales ($1,352 per ft² avg, $2,218,000 avg price)|
|1 previous rental ($2,900 avg price)|
|Owned by:||156 E 79 ST CP|