Building: 2 Beekman Place in Beekman
29 floorplans available
Owned by ROBERT F. AMTER
Built in 1931
This 18-story apartment house comprised of 104 coop apartments at 2 Beekman Place was designed by Rosario Candela and built by H. Lane Ogle and Nellie Lane Ogle in 1932.
The building, also known as 15-19 Mitchell Place, has a one-story, rusticated limestone base and an entrance canopy with a two-story limestone entrance. The brown-brick building features many terraces on its top four floors as well as duplex apartments, an 8-room triplex penthouse and a roof deck.
The doorman building is pet friendly and has private storage spaces.
It is across 49th Street/Mitchell Place from the twin-towered 860-870 United Nations Plaza at the north end of the gardens of the United Nations Complex.
Beekman Place is a short street with some interesting townhouses and is not far from Sutton Place.
Building description provided by Elaine Clayman
|7 active sales listings:||$1,011 per ft² (avg)|
|1 previous sales listings:||$1,795,000|
|1 recorded sales:||$1,650,000 (avg price in the last 180 days)|
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