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Building: Lincoln Terrace

165 West 66th Street, New York, NY, 10023

376 units21 storiesBuilt in 1962

Building Description

Welcome to Lincoln Terrace, a full service luxury high rise located in the posh Lincoln Square Area on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. This twenty story building was built in 1964 by architect Ralph E. Leff. It was one of the first large residential buildings constructed in this neighborhood after the completion of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts with its 375 units. The building went co-operative... [more]

Building Amenities

  • Bike Room
  • Children's playroom
  • Doorman
  • Elevator
  • Gym
  • Laundry in Building
  • Package Room
  • Parking Available
  • Pets Allowed
  • Storage Available

Building Facts

Facts 376 units21 storiesBuilt in 1962
Building Class D4
District Community District 107City Council District 6Police Precinct 20
Floorplans 137 floorplans available
Documents and Permits 19 documents and permits
Discussions 5 discussions
 
Sales Listings 6 active sales ($682,833 avg price)
6 in contract sales ($682,833 avg price)
191 previous sales ($878 per ft² avg, $761,350 avg price)
10 previous rentals ($55 per ft² avg, $3,295 avg price)
 
Owned by: 165 W 66 ST APT CORP

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Sales (6)

#21J - 165 West 66th Street $1,100,000   In Contract
3.5 rooms, 1 bed1 bath
#8J - 165 West 66th Street $995,000   In Contract
4 rooms, 1 bed1 bath
#9V - 165 West 66th Street $549,000  In Contract
3 rooms, 1 bed1 bath
#8R - 165 West 66th Street $549,000   In Contract
3 rooms, 1 bed1 bath
#2U - 165 West 66th Street $499,000  In Contract
2.5 rooms, studio1 bath
#11M - 165 West 66th Street $405,000   In Contract
2 rooms, studio1 bath

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