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Top 10 Manhattan Apartment Buildings for Viewing The NYC Marathon

#1 - The Sovereign, 425 East 58th Street

Co-op in Beekman/Sutton Place

This very large, 47-story, slab apartment building at 425 East 58th Street offers spectacular views of marathon runners as the cross the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge into Manhattan.

Price Range
$1.4M - $6M
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#2 - One Sutton Place North, 420 East 61st Street

No fee rental in Lenox Hill

This handsome  black-glass condominium tower known as One Sutton Place North at 420 East 61st Street designed by Davis Brody Bond for Sheldon Solow offers great views of marathoners as they come into Manhattan on the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge.

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#3 - The Dunhill, 401 East 84th Street

Condo in Yorkville

With its many multi-sided, solid brick balconies, this red-brick tower with white stone horizontal accents is one of the most attractive along the First Avenue route of the marathon.


#4 - Azure, 333 East 91st Street

Condop in Yorkville

This attractive 34-story apartment building was completed in 2010 and designed by James Davidson of SCLE Architects and has 128 condop units, some balconies and a 520-seat Middle School 114.

Price Range
$875K - $3M
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#5 - One Museum Mile, 1280 Fifth Avenue

Condo in East Harlem

This 19-story condominium apartment building at 109th Street was designed by Robert A. M. Stern and has commanding views down Fifth Avenue and of Central Park and contains the Museum of African Art at 110th Street with its "dancing mullions" windows.

Price Range
$2.8M - $15.5M
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#6 - Brisbane House, 1215 Fifth Avenue

Co-op in East Harlem

Built in 1929 by Arthur Brisbane, a journalist, in a neo-Romanesque style designed by Schultze & Weaver, this 15-story building was converted to a cooperative in 1978  and is just to the north of Mt. Sinai Hospital.

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#7 - 1107 Fifth Avenue

Co-op in Carnegie Hill

When it was built in 1925, this 14-story building had a 54-room triplex penthouse with its own private carriage way on East 92nd Street and private elevator for Mrs. Marjorie Merriweather Post Hutton, but the triplex was subsequently subdivided.

#8 - Trump Parc, 106 Central Park South

Condo in Midtown West

When it was erected in 1930 as the Barbizon Plaza Hotel, this building had an unusual all-glass pinnacle that supposedly transformed the tower into "a prism of light," but it was replaced with a very dramatic top with pronounced vertical ribs looking like a corset for a topless goddess.

Price Range
$549K - $24M
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#9 - 200 Central Park South

Co-op in Midtown West

The broadly curved base of this building permitted more of its 309 apartments on the southwest corner of Central Park South and Seventh Avenue to have views of the park and the marathon.

Price Range
$950K - $16M
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#10 - Residences at the Mandarin Oriental, 80 Columbus Circle

Condo in Central Park West

The apartments at the top of the twin towers of the Time Warner are not first-row seats for the marathon that turns back into Central Park before Columbus Circle, but the apartments do have lengthy vistas of the thousands of churning legs from up on high. 

Price Range
$8M - $16M
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