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Building: Arcadia

408 East 79th Street, New York, NY, 10075
46 units20 storiesBuilt in 2005

Building Description

Built in 2005 with 46 apartments on 20 floors, the Arcadia sold very quickly due to the quality construction, beautiful finishes and superior amenities not to mention that Costas Kondylis was the architect. With an expansive fitness center, party room with a full kitchen, kids playroom, library, bike room, screening room and is pet friendly. The Arcadia is located near First Avenue on the south side of 79th Street a stone’s throw from Agata and Valentina and is zoned for PS 158. This is one of those buildings where residents will sell a 2 bedroom and buy a 3 bedroom and have a strong desire to stay in the building. The staff is uncommonly professional and efficient which is nice. And if you have a northern exposure you can enjoy the magnificent architecture of St. Monica’s Church across the street. It is also safe to say that your views will be protected as no one is tearing down churches these days.

Building Description Provided by Max Dobens

Building Amenities

  • Bike Room
  • Children's playroom
  • Doorman
  • Elevator
  • Gym
  • Live-in Super
  • Pets Allowed
  • Community Recreation Facilities

Building Facts

Facts 46 units20 storiesBuilt in 2005
Floorplans 31 floorplans available
Discussions 2 discussions
73 previous sales ($1,415 per ft² avg, $2,425,146 avg price)
29 previous rentals ($67 per ft² avg, $8,056 avg price)
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Owned by: JEELEE, LLC
Architect: Costas Kondylis & Partners
Construction: Pavarini McGovern
Interiors: Alexa Hampton
Landscape design: Halsted Welles


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