Take a front-row seat facing Manhattan's iconic Midtown skyline in this spacious 1 bedroom apartment. The entrance foyer offers ample closet storage and creates a natural separation between the front door and living room area, while the expansive living room allows for separate dining and entertaining spaces. Owners will enjoy the renovated bathroom, as well as the bedroom's dual Northeast ...
exposures with a partial walk-in closet. The apartment's location is also ideal, being secluded but steps away from the action in thriving Murray Hill.
The Stimson House is a 100% owner-occupied cooperative serviced by a part-time doorman, live-in superintendent, and central laundry room. Residents enjoy walking home along the tree-lined block, flanked by townhouses and situated conveniently between essential businesses and living amenities dotting Park and Lexington Avenues. The 6 train is three blocks away at 33rd Street, and Grand Central Terminal is a 10-minute walk up beautiful Park Avenue. 120 East 36th Street does not allow subletting, and pied-a-terre use is considered on a case by case basis. Read More
Before 120 East 36th Street’s erection in 1955 stood the town house of Secretary of State Henry L. Stimson. Walk through the building’s marble entrance and you will find a plaque commemorating Stimson, reminding you of the rich history these residential buildings possessed well before you made them your home.