400 East 54th Street At the Southeast corner of First Avenue corner of First Avenue
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- Info & Ratings
- Available Apartments (4)
- Sold Data
(2 available apts - updated May 24, 2013)
(1 available apt - updated May 22, 2013)
- 1970Year Built
This 30-story, dark-brown brick tower on the southeast corner of First Avenue and 54th Street has an impressive entrance in a small plaza that is raised a few steps above the sidewalk, an design that is not very popular with urban designers and the physically disabled.
The 229-unit tower was built in 1970 and converted to a condominium in 1987.
It is close to Sutton Place and Beekman Place and its neighborhood has numerous restaurants and convenience stores.
Cross-town buses run a few blocks to both the north and south, but the building is quite far from a subway station. A small park is nearby at Sutton Place and 53rd Street.
The building has a concierge and garage and some good views from upper floors.
Features & Amenities
- FT Doorman
- Full Service Garage
- Some good views from upper floors
- Close to Sutton Place and a small park at 53rd Street
- Close to numerous restaurants
- Conventional layouts
- No balconies
- Considerable traffic on First Avenue going to Manhattan approach to the Queensboro Bridge
- Raised plaza