1020 Fifth Avenue is a stately limestone building with unique fenestration that rises high above Fifth Avenue and 83rd Street. Located in the Yorkville neighborhood of Manhattan's prestigious Upper East Side, 1020 Fifth Avenue was designed by the architectural firm of Warren & Wetmore, the same firm who designed the famous Manhattan landmark of Grand Central Terminal. Located across the street from 1020 Fifth Avenue is the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and just one block south is an entrance to Central Park. With a prime location, unique exterior and luxury amenities, 1020 Fifth Avenue is an intriguing Manhattan condominium listing. Meticulous detailing went into every single element of 1020 Fifth Avenue. Many of the units for sale still have the original stone and wood flooring as well as twisting wrought iron staircases from when the building was first constructed in 1925. There are also soaring 18-foot ceilings in each of the apartments in the co-op. Fireplaces are also found in each master bedroom at 1020 Fifth Avenue. Boasting modern apartments for sale with classical touches, 1020 Fifth Avenue has a character that few other Manhattan condominiums possess. Without a doubt, one of the best amenities of 1020 Fifth Avenue has to be the views of Central Park that residents have from their apartments. Like the amenities offered at many other Fifth Avenue condominiums in the Upper East Side, 1020 Fifth Avenue has a full-time doorman, a full-time concierge, and laundry room. There is also additional storage available to residents who need more space than their 5,000-plus square foot apartments can offer them. An outstanding Fifth Avenue address across the street from Central Park and created by a designer with a famous establishment under his belt, 1020 Fifth Avenue offers Manhattan some of the nicest apartments it has seen and is a desirable New York City condominium.
- rooftop deck
- washer/dryer allowed