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Building: Ruppert Tower 2

1619 Third Avenue, New York, NY
Part of Ruppert Yorkville Towers complex

Building Description

Ruppert Towers is a 34 story post-war building on the Upper East Side, located on Third Avenue at East 90th Street. The building opened in 1975 and was converted to a Condominium in 2003. Together with the Yorkville Towers, this complex contains 1,258 apartments.

Building amenities include 24 hour doorman, concierge, valet, elevator, bike room, garage, outdoor terrace with BBQ, outdoor playground for residents, fitness room (NY Sports Club), and laundry room.

The building contains studios, 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments. Some apartments have been combined to create larger spaces. Many of the apartments have views stretching to central park, midtown, or the east river.
All utilities are included in maintenance charges including Heat, Electricity, and Hot Water.

Ruppert Towers is investor friendly (unlimited subletting for leases of at least one year), Pied-A-Terre’s are allowed, and 90% financing is permitted. Cats and birds are permitted, sorry no dogs.

Building Amenities

  • Bike Room
  • Concierge
  • Doorman
  • Elevator
  • Gym
  • Laundry in Building
  • Live-in Super
  • Parking Available
  • Pied-à-terre allowed
  • Community Recreation Facilities
Outdoor Space
  • Roof Deck

Building Facts

Floorplans 68 floorplans available
Documents and Permits 361 documents and permits
Discussions 2 discussions
Sales Listings 1 active sale ($1,089 per ft² avg, $575,000 avg price)
95 previous sales ($884 per ft² avg, $895,760 avg price)
Rentals Listings 1 active rental ($54 per ft² avg, $3,600 avg price)
82 previous rentals ($45 per ft² avg, $3,365 avg price)
Other buildings in this complex
Other buildings in this complex Ruppert Tower 1Yorkville Tower 1Yorkville Tower 2

Sales - 1 active

2 rooms, studio
1 bath
528 ft²

Rentals - 1 active

3.5 rooms, 2 beds
1 bath
800 ft²


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