A spacious studio apartment within a five-minute walk from the 6 train. Nestled above a tree-lined block and facing a row of townhouses, 4A offers space, sunlight and easy access to anyone looking to make their next home in Murray Hill. The apartment features a sleeping alcove, three closets, northern and western exposures, a windowed kitchen, and through-the-wall air conditioning.
East 36th Street is a boutique co-op comprised of about 60 units spread across 12 floors. Built by architect Hyman Isaac Feldman in 1958, the building is currently serviced by a live-in superintendent, a central laundry room, and a private garden. Residents enjoy a close proximity to fine dining, dozens of shops and small businesses, and a short walk to Grand Central Terminal. Read More
1958: Italian import “Volare” sweeps the nation’s radios and a quintessential slice of Manhattan creeps up at 110 East 36th Street. Half a block off of Park Avenue, 110 gives residents a chance to enjoy the quiet of a townhouse-lined block before diving into the bustling reality of the island.