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A 43.67' wide, approximately 18,680 square foot, 5 story plus penthouse 16 unit mixed-use building with an elevator. Located on the south side of East 34th Street between Park and Madison Avenues, the building is comprised of 2 retail stores, a floor through commercial unit on the 2nd floor and 13 apartments above (4 rent stabilized and 9 free market). Originally just 62 East 34th Street, 64 was added in 1879 in the Queen Anne style by the renowned architects McKim, Mead & Bigelow and was called a 'triumph' in 1882 by Harper's New Monthly Magazine. The buildings were later combined for commercial space on the lower floors but still maintain much of the original detail, especially in the upper floor apartments. The property’s zoning designation is split between C5-3 & C5-2, yielding approximately 34,315 sq.ft. of air-rights representing a unique opportunity for any future residential, commercial or hotel development.

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Neighborhoods: Murray Hill/ Agents: John Ciraulo