860 United Nations Plaza, #28E, New York, NY 10017
Sale Price : $3,500,000.00
Maintenance : $7,160.58
Flip Tax: 3%
Building Information and Amenities:
Building Name : 860 United Nations Plaza
Year Built : 1966
Floors in the Building : 38
Units in the Building : 169
Laundry in Building
Property Type : Cooperative
Bathrooms : 3 (Convertible to 5 Bedrooms)
Bedrooms : 4.5 (convertible to 5.5 Baths)
Square Feet : ~3,000
An incredible opportunity to live in one of the premier properties available in New York City. This extraordinary 3,000 square feet corner residence on the 28th floor features 3 luxurious bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms (easily convertible to 5 bedrooms and 5.5 baths.) Apartment has sweeping views of the United Nations campus, East River and Southeast New York City through extensive wall to wall windows.
860-870 United Nations Plaza also known as 'The UN Plaza' is a cooperative composed of two 38- story towers with a total of 336 apartments (of which 56 are duplexes on the top eight floors.) The building features a fully equipped fitness center with a Pilates studio in conjunction with the new Club 39 on the 39th floor of 870 UNP to provide entertainment space such as ping pong, virtual golf and a media room for residents. Additional amenities available are garage, bicycle parking, storage cage for each apartment and four magnificent sundecks bestowed with 360 degree views of Manhattan and beyond. Both buildings are children and dog-friendly with a massive support staff of 46 plus onsite managing agent. One rare detail of the property is a private full-block circular driveway at the 49th Street exit of the FDR Drive. Location of the towers are convenient to Grand Central, buses, subways, FDR, Wall Street, theater district, epicurean restaurants, shopping, Long Island, Queens, Brooklyn.
The UN Plaza is one of New York City's modernist classic residential building in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. In 1966, both buildings were built by master architects Wallace Harrison & Max Abramovitz who served as the lead architects for the United Nations Headquarters complex and other iconic buildings such as Time-Life Building at Rockefeller Center. The team also designed the master plan for the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
UN Plaza has been the New York home to key figures in America including Author Truman Capote, TV Producer David Susskind, Publisher Katharine Graham, David Koch of Koch Industries, Art Collector Mary Lasker, The Late Show host Johnny Carson, actor Yul Brynner, and News Anchor Walter Cronkite.