Located in Manhattan’s convenient Midtown East, 300 East 57th Street is one of the last New York rentals designed by famed art deco pioneer Emery Roth. The post-war mid-rise has a rich architectural history. The building spans nineteen floors and offers both elevator access and laundry facilities to its residents.
Each unit features hardwood flooring as well as newly renovated marble bathrooms. The building features multiple outdoor walkways and terraces on each floor, providing residents with beautiful views of the city and outside access for smoking or taking in some fresh air.
300 East 57th Street offers amenities typical to New York apartment buildings. Besides an attended lobby and a doorman, there is both a laundry room and an elevator. The building’s Midtown East location is easily an amenity in its own right, offering residents easy access to public transportation. This makes the building ideal for commuters.
Other location-based amenities include luxury shopping. Some of the best shopping is within walking distance of the building. This includes Bloomingdale’s, Tiffany and a number of other boutiques. With access to restaurants, shopping and an abundance of entertainment options, Midtown East is a great place to live.