Midtown East Mid-rise Buildings For Sale

High-end co-ops and luxury high-rises, plus brand new developments like the Veneto and Three Ten East 53rd project, are options for many a fast-paced Madison Avenue ad-man and woman, while slowing down in the Beekman Place or Tudor City enclaves has made sense for thousands of individuals since early last century. Historically, this very special Manhattan quarter has truly been the place to see and be seen... 

Other famous landmarks include Trump Tower, the CBS Building, the Russian Tea Room, the Woolworth Building, the Seagram Building, the World Financial Center, and the Met Life building, as well as famous churches such as St John the Divine Cathedral, St. Regis, and St. Bartholemew’s Church.

None$1,275,000
Sutton Manor$1,245,000
The Elysabeth$695,000
Beekman East$549,000
None$839,999
None$1,500,000
None$535,000
Welcome home to the Beekman Regent, Turtle Bay s most exclusive and full service condominium.$2,750,000
Executive House$558,000
STAY TUNED ! Temporarily off the market while being renovated.$415,000
None$849,000
$1,575,000
The Benson$1,450,000
None$999,000
None$829,000
None$1,250,000
None$2,395,000
None$2,300,000
None$1,950,000
None$549,000
None$1,195,000
None$370,000
None$649,900
None$995,000
None$975,000
None$1,215,000
None$799,000
None$570,000
Welcome to the 14th floor of a beautiful boutique condo on East 57th Street, aka Billionaires' Row.$3,750,000
This tastefully renovated two bedroom, two bathroom apartment is located in an elegant Midtown East cooperative.$600,000
Lovely Prewar, bright two bedroom two bathroom home, located in a 1926 historic and elegant white glove cooperative building, designed by the renowned architects McKim, Mead and White.$1,160,000
In the heart of midtown, this priced to sell spacious alcove studio is great for entertaining and dining.$450,000
Welcome to the Executive House, a postwar luxurious condo building with 24 hour white glove service doorman strategically situated nearby the United Nations and Grand Central.$790,000
Renovated East Side Gem originally built as the New York Theological Seminary in 1926, this classic prewar, doorman, co op has a rich history that paved the way to its ...$649,000
None$364,000
This sunny corner apartment features a private terrace with city views.$600,000
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