The 121-unit, white-glove cooperative at 875 Fifth Avenue was designed by architect Richard Morris Hunt, who was a mentor of the renowned Emory Roth. The building enjoys a prime setting in Lenox Hill, on the Upper East Side. The building is across from Central Park, and just a few minutes walk from The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Frick Collection. The residences at 875 Fifth Avenue feature luxurious interiors and spacious layouts. Even the smallest one-bedroom homes in the building have separate, formal dining rooms, although you can, of course, use that area as an office or repurpose it as a second bedroom. Most of the units have been meticulously renovated by the owners. The most desirable apartments at 875 5th Avenue are the 19th-floor penthouse units, which offer incredible views of the park and surrounding skyline. Many also have large, private terraces. What does it cost to live at 875 Fifth Avenue? If you’re interested in purchasing an apartment at 875 5th Avenue, you can expect to pay between $1 million and $1.5 million for most one-bedrooms and around $1.5 million and $2 million for most two-bedroom homes in the building. Larger, more expansive residences, including duplexes, and those that offer direct Central Park views can sell for far more. For example, apartment 19A, an impressive penthouse that overlooks Central Park and features a 350 square foot private terrace, sold for $10,800,000 in 2017.
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875 5th Avenue Amenities

Fitness Center
Laundry Room
Verizon Fios enabled