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The Frame Building at 223 East 80th Street (Images via Corcoran) The Frame Building at 223 East 80th Street (Images via Corcoran)
The building at 223 East 80th Street in Yorkville on the Upper East Side was once occupied Lowy, the well-known frame and restoration company now on East 59th Street. Recently, the 1915-built structure underwent a major renovation to create five full-floor loft residences inside what is now called, The Frame Building. The six-story prewar structure is on the tree-lined East 80th Street block between Second Avenue and Third Avenue, just a short walk to several subway lines and near convenient shops and markets. There are five full-floor residences available priced between $8,900 and $11,500 per month, with leasing handled by Corcoran.
The Frame Building, 223 East 80th Street (image via Corcoran)
Images via Corcoran
The loft homes are open and airy with modern upgrades and luxurious finishes. Each unit has two bedrooms, three full baths, a home office, and select units have private balconies. Keyed elevator access brings you to the units which have 5-inch white oak hardwood floors and soaring ceilings up to 12 feet high. Open kitchens have lacquered cabinetry, under cabinet lighting, white quartz countertops and premium stainless steel appliances. Master suites have custom walk-in closet sand others features of the homes include multi-zoned air conditioning, and a laundry closet with a washing machine and a vented dryer.
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The boutique residential building has a secure virtual doorman with a lobby delivery closet, key fob access, bike storage, and dedicated private storage for each residence. While some units have private outdoor space, there is also a shared landscaped and furnished rooftop with views of the neighborhood. Read more about the building on CityRealty or contact the leasing office here.
The shared roof deck via Corcoran

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