Tuck in with this perfect starter apartment located at the crossroads of Murray Hill. With bright open windows, ample closet space, and a handsome parquet floor, this studio layout can be configured in multiple ways to accommodate both private and social living.
Originally called the Parker Crescent, the Murray Hill Crescent is a local architectural icon named for its signature curved ...
shape. Residents of the Crescent are treated to a host of excellent amenities, including a 24-hour doorman and concierge, a live-in superintendent, a large central laundry room, an on-site parking garage, and a recently built roof deck with expansive views of Murray Hill. Better yet, air conditioning is included in the maintenance fee for all units. St. Vartan Park, the East River Esplanade, Trader Joe's, and Grand Central Terminal are all within walking distance. The co-op allows pied-a-terre use, co-purchasing, parents buying for working children, subletting after 3 years of ownership, and pets with prior board approval. Read More
The curve of 225 East 36th Street suggests a logo, a geometric shape, the movement of a Richard Serra sculpture. Originally called the Parker Crescent, its wide entrance onto the corner of 2nd Avenue makes it a residential architectural treasure.