Building: 225 East 36th Street in Murray Hill
87 floorplans available
Owned by 221 E 36TH ST OWNERS
Built in 1963
Originally named the Parker Crescent, and built in the 1960’s The Murray Hill Crescent was one of the first major buildings to be built in the Midtown/Murray Hill neighborhood.
The building was originally built in the 1960’s and was converted to Co-Op in 1985. This large building, which has 285 apartments, is set back, and has unique diagonal curved facade offering amazing sunlight and fabulous city and river views from many apartments and making the most out of it’s location at the foot of the entrance/exit to the Midtown Tunnel. Since the time when the building was erected in the 1960’s, the area to the north and east has been largely built up with many major newer luxury high-rise buildings that have significantly changed the neighborhood for the better in terms of neighborhood amenities and ambiance.
The Murray Hill Crescent is a 24 hour doorman full service luxury COOP with a friendly staff, renovated lobby and hallways, brand new large roof deck (as of 2010) with storage and a garage on the premises.
Central Air is included in the maintenance.
The Murray Hill Crescent is also Pet Friendly, allows Pied a Terres, co-purchasing and parents buying for working children.
Building Description Provided by Janine Young
|Doorman||Parking Available||Storage Available|
|Elevator||Pets Allowed||Virtual Doorman|
|Live-in Super||Pied-à-terre allowed|
|NYC Storm Zone C|
|18 active sales listings:||$725 per ft² (avg)|
|19 previous sales listings:||$608 per ft² (avg in the last 180 days)|
|4 previous rentals listings:||$44 per ft² (avg in the last 180 days)|
|14 recorded sales:||$571 per ft² (avg in the last 180 days)|
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