Between First Avenue & Sutton Place
Information & AppointmentsEmail Leasing Office 212-750-0707
- 1929Year Built
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400 East 58th Street please contact:
New York, NY 10036
Overview of 400 East 58th Street
This red-brick apartment building at 400 East 58th Street was erected in 1929 and designed by George F. Pelham, whose other buildings include 944, 1120 and 1225 Park Avenue, 1136 Fifth Avenue, 98 Riverside Drive, and 30 Beekman Place.
The 16-story building has 124 rental apartments.
It is also known as 1058-64 Fifth Avenue.
It has a doorman, a concierge, a canopied entrance with a two-story entrance surround, protruding air-conditioners and is pet-friendly.
It is convenient to Sutton Place and the Queensborough Bridge where there is a supermarket.
It has no garage, no sidewalk landscaping and no roof deck.
Features & Amenities
- FT Doorman
- Hi Rise
- Pre War
- Entrance canopy
- Close to Sutton Place
- Close to supermarket
- Many apartments
- Considerable traffic
- No garage
- No sidewalk landscaping
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