133 E 80TH ST

133 E 80TH ST

Type
Mid-rise
Architect
Rosario Candela

Building Description

Architect Rosario Candela is known for designing some of New York City's most luxurious buildings on Park Avenue. He also created a gem that is tucked away between Park and Lexington at 133 East 80th Street. A strikingly Gothic façade filled with detailed masonry, gargoyles, battlements, and wrought-iron doors gives 133 East 80th Street a uniquely distinctive character. 133 East 80th Street is located in the quiet, tree-lined area of Yorkville. Apartments for sale at 133 East 80th Street retain some of their original pre-war details and charm as originally designed by Candela, but show off many modern upgrades as well, mixing the old and the new. Each unit has an upgraded kitchen which features the best in modern luxury. Dinner in 133 East 80th Street's apartments can be served in formal dining rooms. Apartments also feature wood-burning fireplaces that are great in the New York winter. Bathrooms at 133 East 80th Street have top-of-the-line finishes and a spa-like feel. There are also spacious walk-in closets in the master suites, adding some detailed touches to 133 East 80th Street's luxury apartments. Amenities are not overly luxurious at 133 East 80th Street, but they are typical to condominiums in the Upper East Side. Every time residents enter 133 East 80th Street, they are greeted by the building's friendly doorman. There is also extra storage space and a laundry room available to residents. 133 East 80th Street is also a pet-friendly building, allowing residents to move in with man's best furry friends. The pre-war charm, classic design by Rosario Candela, and spacious apartments all combine to make 133 East 80th Street a desireable building to live in on the Upper East Side.

Building Amenities

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

Location

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Nearby Transportation

77th Street & Lexington Avenue (4 min walk)

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86th Street & Lexington Avenue (5 min walk)

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68th Street & Hunter College Subway Station (13 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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