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Steps from Central Park and two blocks from the Frick Museum,
16 East 73rd Street is a five and a half story, 22.6 foot-wide
limestone and brick mansion located between Fifth Avenue and
Madison Avenue. The mansion contains approximately 10,500
square feet and will be delivered vacant. The property is located
in the heart of New York City’s most prominent Upper East Side
neighborhood and is flanked by Museum Mile and Madison
Avenue’s prominent galleries and designer stores. Architectural
details of the building include limestone window enframements,
a limestone base with a segmented arched entrance, a parapet
above an ornate cornice, French windows on the first floor and
French doors with an iron balcony on the second floor.

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Neighborhoods: Upper East Side