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Today's Featured Building: 205 East 59th Street

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Situated in Midtown East at the lower portion of the Upper East Side, 205 East 59th Street is a high-rise condominium tower at the corner of 59th Street and Third Avenue. Completed in 2004, this structure offers 62 residences, and encompasses a site block that was formerly occupied by the Coronet and Baronet movie theaters.

The building was developed by The Zucker Company and designed by architect Richard Dattner, who created an modern and contemporary design with many angular windows and rounded balconies across the tower.

The building's residences offer expansive views of the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge and city views of Lexington Avenue, the East River, and Central Park. There are many different layouts and sizes offered in the building, the majority of which are two bedrooms, and each is consistent with modern remote controlled gas fireplaces and upscale finishes.

The building offers an extensive list of modern amenities that include a 5,795 square foot dog park, a full-time concierge and doorman, garden, a fully-equipped fitness center, a common roof deck, children's playroom and basement storage.[1]


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