1040 5TH AVE

1040 5TH AVE

Type
Mid-rise
Architect
Rosario Candela

Building Description

1040 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan's Upper East Side sits directly across the street from New York's most famous park: Central Park. Located between East 85th Street and East 86th Street, 1040 Fifth Avenue offers New Yorkers the best that the Museum Mile has to offer. With luxurious apartments and a prestigious Fifth Avenue location, 1040 Fifth Avenue provides residents with a lifestyle that puts them in the lap of luxury. Apartments at 1040 Fifth Avenue have private terraces that offer fabulous views of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir in Central Park. Each apartment has original, elegant finishes that have attracted such people as Jackie O. herself, who lived in a full floor apartment at 1040 Fifth Avenue. This pre-war building was restored and preserved so that the feel of old New York is still available to today's residents of 1040 Fifth Avenue. In addition to luxurious apartments, 1040 Fifth Avenue is amidst some of Manhattan's best shopping, dining, and museums. Residents can walk up and down the Museum Mile or head across the street to visit the Met. Transportation is available at bus stops along Fifth Avenue as well as the subway on Lexington Avenue and 86th Street where the 4, 5, and 6 trains are available. 1040 Fifth Avenue offers Upper East Side residents the life of a busy New Yorker, but also a quiet that can only be found across the street from Central Park. Residents can enjoy apartment life while also having an oasis to escape to when the city becomes overwhelming. With so much to offer, 1040 Fifth Avenue is a prestigious listing in the Upper East Side.

Building Amenities

  • concierge
  • doorman
  • laundry
  • storage room
Type
Mid-rise
Architect
Rosario Candela

Location

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Nearby Transportation

86th Street & Lexington Avenue (5 min walk)

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77th Street & Lexington Avenue (11 min walk)

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96th Street & Lexington Avenue (12 min walk)

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Upper East Side

The Upper East Side is iconic for its landmarks, museums, and history. As one of the most affluent neighborhoods in the City, the historic architecture of the mansions and brownstones were once homes to the country’s wealthiest, such as the Rockefellers, Vanderbilts, and Carnegies. The...

 
 

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