Building: 1001 Fifth Avenue in Upper East Side
Upper East Side
9 floorplans available
Owned by 1001 FIFTH AVENUE OWN
Built in 1978
1001 Fifth Avenue was designed by world famous architect Philip Johnson (Johnson and Burgee), whose Post-Modern projects include the well-known “Lipstick Building” at 53rd & 3rd Avenue, and the Sony Building on 56th and Madison. The building is architecturally significant with its unmistakable limestone façade and trapezoidal extension above the roof line.
Still, this is a white glove, full service, 5th Avenue cooperative building that is handsome at street level with its manicured landscaping and granite sidewalk. Completed in 1979, 1001 Fifth Avenue has 23 floors and contains 76 spacious 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms units. The oversized bay windows offer amazing views of the West Side, Central Park, and the spectacular Metropolitan Museum of Art across the street.
Building amenities include a doorman, concierge, Live-in Super, laundry, storage facilities, fitness room, and a garage. Pied-à-terres are allowed and the building is pet friendly.
Located between East 81st & East 82nd Streets in the heart of New York’s “Museum Mile,” 1001 5th Avenue boasts easy access to Central Park, Madison Avenue shopping, restaurants, museums and cultural institutions.
Building Description Provided by D. Ashley Lonsdale
|2 active sales listings:||$4,372,500 (avg price)|
|3 previous sales listings:||$1,966 per ft² (avg in the last 180 days)|
|3 recorded sales:||$2,633,000 (avg price in the last 180 days)|
Local SchoolsSchools zoned for this address:
PS 6 Lillie D. Blake
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