No.39 East 72nd Street
27ft Wide Sandstone Facade
Reimagined and Modernized by CetraRuddy Architects
Completed in 1891 by Robert B. Lynd this Gilded Age Neo-Grec style townhouse has been completely reimagined for modern living by internationally renowned CetraRuddy Architects. Located on one of the Upper East Side's most iconic crossroads East 72nd Street between Madison & Park Avenue.
Built 27 feet wide, this impressive townhouse spans a total of seven levels with a sandstone-clad facade, a beautifully replicated period cornice, and restored Neo-Grec architectural elements throughout.
Its beautiful modern and contemporary interiors harmoniously blend its old-world elegance and gilded age architecture.
Welcomed by a modern lobby with Limestone floors and Leather paneled walls leading to a large central elevator that services every floor up to the sixth level. This residence has been completed with hand-selected finishes throughout with rooms of impressive scale and proportion on every level.
The Architect: CetraRuddy
CetraRuddy, founded in 1987 by John Cetra and Nancy Ruddy, has designed a diverse portfolio of prolific projects across the city ranging in both size and style, including 443 Greenwich, Walker Tower, and Fotografiska New York has received numerous industry awards. CetraRuddy now has restored No.39 East 72nd Street on the Upper East Side as a recognized leader in both historic building restoration and innovative building technology.
Courtesy of Corcoran Group
All information deemed reliable but not guaranteed and should be independently verified. All properties are subject to prior sale, change or withdrawal. Neither listing broker(s) nor The Saez + Fromm Team shall be responsible for any typographical errors, misinformation, misprints and shall be held totally harmless.
©2023 Real Estate Board of New York. All rights reserved.
Data last updated 2:11 PM UTC, 3/28/23