110 East 59th Street
Upper East Side
New York, NY 10022
- 13,280 - 13,284 sqft
- $79,680 - $79,704 /mo est
|21st Floor||13,280 sqft||$79,680 /mo est|
|24th Floor||13,284 sqft||$79,704 /mo est|
|Office Space||13,284 sqft||$79,704 /mo est|
- 0.08 mi🚇45659th Street
- 0.1 mi🚇NRW59th Street-Lexington Avenue
- 0.23 mi🚇F QLexington Avenue-63rd Street
- 0.24 mi🚇NRW5th Avenue – 59th Street
- 0.28 mi🚇EM53rd Street-Lexington Avenue
- 0.31 mi🚗Alpha Garage
- 0.34 mi🚌bus m101
- 0.36 mi🚇EM53rd Street-5th Avenue
- 0.39 mi🚇651st Street
- 0.43 mi🚇F57th Street
- Owner/Leasing ManagerJack Resnick & Sons Inc.
- Height432 feet
- ArchitectWilliam Lescaze & Associates
- Walk Score®100
- Year Built1969
- Noise Index0.53
Towering 37 stories tall, 110 East 59th Street is an impressive building in Turtle Bay that was constructed in 1969. It sets itself apart with electronic access via turnstiles, a lobby attendant, and on-site parking, security, and a gym.Turtle Bay is a neighborhood known for beautiful architecture and views of the East River. The area is not defined by any tourist attractions, but that is part of the appeal. 485 Lexington Avenue is just blocks away from Greek seafood at Arva Esiatorio, a warm treat at Ess-a-Bagel, and the Smith & Wollensky steakhouse - Warren Buffetts favorite in New York. Third Ave and Lexington have stations that are quite close, making transportation to the area easy. After work, the nightlife in Turtle Bay leaves little to be desired.
The Upper East Side, comprising Lenox Hill, Carnegie Hill, and Yorkville, has a long history of affluence in New York City. Notable American families with homes here have included the Kennedys, Roosevelts, Rockefellers, and Carnegies.
Compared to the hustle and bustle of Manhattan neighborhoods further south, the Upper East Side moves at a slower, more relaxed pace. The large number of schools, playgrounds, and community centers make the neighborhood feel a bit more suburban. And of course, Central Park and Museum Mile are two of the most popular family destinations in all of the city.
The Upper East Side is also the scene of the newly opened Second Avenue Subway, much to the delight of residential and commercial tenants. The Q-line runs along Second Avenue from 72nd Street up to 96th Street, and has alleviated much of the pressure from the 4,5,6 lines.
Rents for commercial real estate spaces in the Upper East Side fall right at the city-wide average of $72/sqft. For this price you can join the midst of companies such as Dylan’s Candy Bar and Agata & Valentina.