34 East 61st Street, New York, New York, 10065

34 East 61st Street
New York NY 10065

Cross street:Madison Avenue

Building

Type:Townhouse
Era:Post-war
Floors:5

Property

Ownership: Mixed Use
Bedrooms: 1 BR
Bathrooms: 1.5
Pets: Pets Unknown

Financials

Price: $21,000,000
587 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10017
Fax:
Courtesy of Elliman

Description

This is a mixed use Townhouse with ample opportunities, at the border and Mid-Town and the Upper East Side. One block away from Central Park, the Townhouse looks at the most glamorous stores of New York City on one side and takes us to the business district and the best restaurants on the other.

It is 21 feet wide and hosts five floors: two retail/commercial floors and a finished cellar, and one apartment on each of the three floors above.

The renowned French furniture designer LIAIGRE Show Room was the last tenant for almost a decade. Prior to that, the famed restaurant Aureole hosted thousands of guests for many years. The glorious window that rises above the ground over the first two floors into a magnificent mezzanine would display art beautifully. A restaurant, an art gallery, a high end retail store, a boutique hotel, a business and a home, business and rental apartments above? The options are unlimited, the location unbeatable.

The apartments that currently occupy the three floors are in like-new conditions. Designed and currently furnished by French architect-designer Christian Liaigre, they are elegant, spacious and offer top of the line kitchen, laundry room and bathrooms.The third and fifth floor have a terrace looking up at Manhattan sky. There is ample room to build an elevator and still enjoy the spacious floors.Commercial area: 4,942 SQFT Residential area: 3,034 SQFT Current Tax: $263,602.All figures are approximate

Amenities

Laundry Room; Common Storage;

  • Washer Dryer
  • Laundry Room
  • Voice Intercom
  • Walk-up

Neighborhood

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This is a mixed use Townhouse with ample opportunities, at the border and Mid Town and the Upper East Side.

Description

This is a mixed use Townhouse with ample opportunities, at the border and Mid-Town and the Upper East Side. One block away from Central Park, the Townhouse looks at the most glamorous stores of New York City on one side and takes us to the business district and the best restaurants on the other.

It is 21 feet wide and hosts five floors: two retail/commercial floors and a finished cellar, and one apartment on each of the three floors above.

The renowned French furniture designer LIAIGRE Show Room was the last tenant for almost a decade. Prior to that, the famed restaurant Aureole hosted thousands of guests for many years. The glorious window that rises above the ground over the first two floors into a magnificent mezzanine would display art beautifully. A restaurant, an art gallery, a high end retail store, a boutique hotel, a business and a home, business and rental apartments above? The options are unlimited, the location unbeatable.

The apartments that currently occupy the three floors are in like-new conditions. Designed and currently furnished by French architect-designer Christian Liaigre, they are elegant, spacious and offer top of the line kitchen, laundry room and bathrooms.The third and fifth floor have a terrace looking up at Manhattan sky. There is ample room to build an elevator and still enjoy the spacious floors.Commercial area: 4,942 SQFT Residential area: 3,034 SQFT Current Tax: $263,602.All figures are approximate

Amenities

Laundry Room; Common Storage;

  • Washer Dryer
  • Laundry Room
  • Voice Intercom
  • Walk-up

Neighborhood

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