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Building: 65 East 76th Street

65 East 76th Street, New York, NY, 10021

50 units13 storiesBuilt in 1949

Building Description

Awake to your newspaper at your door. Central Park, The Carlyle, Mark The Surrey Hotels, Café Boulod, the finest shops and restaurants, the Whitney and Metropolitan Museums are just step away from this silk stocking cooperative. With the most sophisticated of services available, location does not get better than this. Full service cooperative with full-time super, generous additional storage space, bike/stroller room and laundry room. Private W/D allowed. Sorry, no dogs. 50% financing allowed. 2% flip tax paid by buyer. 55 units/13 floors/built 1949/converted in 1974/48%TD

Description provided by Julie Newdow


  • cats Cats Only - No Dogs This highlight has been verified by StreetEasy
  • elevator Elevator This highlight has been verified by StreetEasy
  • full_time_doorman Full-time Doorman This highlight has been verified by StreetEasy

Co-op Rules

  • Pied-a-Terre Allowed Allows owners to live in the unit part-time

Building Amenities

  • Bike Room
  • Laundry in Building
  • Live-in Super
  • Storage Available

Building Facts

Facts 50 units13 storiesBuilt in 1949
Building Class D4
District Community District 108City Council District 4Police Precinct 19
Floorplans 38 floorplans available
Documents and Permits 84 documents and permits
Sales Listings 2 active sales ($995 per ft² avg, $1,420,000 avg price)
37 previous sales ($1,050 per ft² avg, $1,941,621 avg price)
5 previous rentals ($73 per ft² avg, $4,960 avg price)
Architect: H.I. Feldman



Sales (2)

#4D - 65 East 76th Street $1,845,000 
4.5 rooms, 2 beds2 baths
#5E - 65 East 76th Street $995,000 
3.5 rooms, 1 bed1 bath1,000 ft²


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