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Building: 2 Fifth Avenue

2 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY, 10011

343 units20 storiesBuilt in 1952

Building Description

A mid-century landmark, 2 Fifth Avenue rises over the north side of Washington Square Park. Completed in 1952, its 21 floors are home to 353 units, all interesting layouts, many with extraordinary park views and outdoor space, and many of which have been combined over the years. The building, approached by its circular drive, defines full service, with its doormen and concierge service, library, gym, and garage.

Building description provided by Barry Silverman


Building Amenities

  • Concierge
  • Doorman
  • Elevator
  • Gym
  • Live-in Super
  • Parking Available
  • Community Recreation Facilities
Location
  • NYC Storm Zone 5

Building Facts

Facts 343 units20 storiesBuilt in 1952
Building Class D4
District Community District 102City Council District 1Police Precinct 6
Floorplans 83 floorplans available
Documents and Permits 56 documents and permits
Discussions 2 discussions
 
Sales Listings 5 active sales ($2,300 per ft² avg, $4,329,600 avg price)
1 in contract sale ($1,750,000 avg price)
114 previous sales ($1,490 per ft² avg, $2,310,390 avg price)
16 previous rentals ($75 per ft² avg, $7,811 avg price)
 
Owned by: SQUARE ARCH REALTY CO
Architect: Emery Roth & Sons
Website: http://www.twofifth.com

Units

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Sales (5)

#34-36 - 2 5th Avenue $6,650,000  
7.5 rooms, 4 beds4 baths2,800 ft²
#5MN - 2 Fifth Avenue $5,250,000 
6 rooms, 4 beds4 baths
#8DE - 2 Fifth Avenue $3,999,000  
6.5 rooms, 3 beds3 baths
#25/26 - 2 Fifth Avenue $3,999,000  
7 rooms, 3 beds2 baths, 1 half bath1,830 ft²
#11K - 2 Fifth Avenue $1,750,000   In Contract
3.5 rooms, 1 bed1 bath

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