Distinguished NYC landmark, features a rarely available two bedroom duplex, in a mansion,once created as a private five story home for businessman/politician James H. Robb, and was known as the Robb House, completed in 1892. Designed by Stanford White of McKim, Mead and White in the Italian Renaissance Revival Style. It later became the Advertising Club, when architect Fred F. French would join it with the adjacent 1853 rowhouse, In 1977 it was converted into an intimate cooperative with fifteen unique residences, each with it's own distinct conffiguration.
Welcome to the subtle elegance of the first floor entry level, of this duplex home, which enjoys feeling like a parlor floor brownstone. Featuring a gracious living room with 10 ft ceiling, and deep crown molding, , facing south onto a tree lined street. A comfortable dining area adjoins the generous over sized kitchen with pass-thru convenience. The first floor also includes the second bedroom easily used as a study or guest room, and the foyer powder room .The lower level is accessed by way of a staircase, winding down to the very large master bedroom with en suite bathroom and four generous closets. Washer & Dryer are povided by the coop and are in a common area just outside of the master sute.
Perfectly situated in historic Murray Hill, this elegant, architectural structure sits on Park Avenue at the corner of east 35th Street. Midtown's gold coast location is also known for its convenient proximity to all transportaion east and west, 5th Ave, Madison Ave, Lexington Ave bus lines,34th St subway, both NYC tunnels, and just a few blocks to Grand Central Station., Famous landmarks include the Morgan Library, Bryant Park, Broadway theaters, and the world class shops on Madison and Fifth Avenues.
Now leasing studios, 1 and 2 bedrooms. An all-new living experience in Journal Square. Sophisticated, accessible, and modern. A boutique property, 65 Newkirk features twenty-nine thoughtfully designed residences and carefully selected amenities you’ll love.Read more