The 21-story, white-brick New York apartment building, located at 160 East 84th Street in Manhattan’s Upper East Side was first erected in 1963. The high rise is considered by many to be one of the best luxury apartments in New York City. Each unit features oak hardwood floors and oversized windows. The large windows allow an abundance of natural light to fill the spaces. As many know this feature helps save on energy bills, as it means less electricity needed during the day.
Each unit features custom kitchens and baths. The fully equipped kitchens have granite countertops and custom wooden cabinetry set around brand name appliances. The marble bathrooms have been newly renovated and feature deep soaking tubs and stainless steel fixtures.
The amenities are fairly standard for the understated, but affluent neighborhood of the Upper East Side. The building features elevators as well as a doorman. There is a laundry room available to tenants. One feature that is highly coveted in busy Manhattan is the full service garage. Garages are hard to come by in the city, and therefore sought by many.
The location in Manhattan’s Upper East Side is likely the most favored amenity of the building. The neighborhood is 1.8 square miles of some of the best Manhattan has to offer. This includes the famous Museum Mile where residents and their families can take in some of the best museums in the city. There is also a local wealth of upscale dining and shopping. Public transportation is nearby, making the building great for commuters as well.