Manhattan House
200 East 66th Street
New York, New York

Designed by architect Gordon Bunshaft with Skidmore Owings and Merrill, Manhattan house was built
in 1950 and was designated a New York City Landmark in 2007.  One of the most influential post-war
buildings in New York City, Manhattan House was one of the first "White-Brick"  buildings to be
erected. This modernist icon has now been thoroughly renovated with infrastructure, finishes and
amenities that respect its heritage and make it ideal for a contemporary lifestyle. The innovative
setbacks of the building allows for elegant floor plans, multiple exposures and
expansive views throughout the building.

The building features 2 grand entrances that lead into a glass-enclosed lobby overlooking one of the largest
private gardens in the city. Additional services and amenities include: 24 hour doorman, full-time
residence manager, on-site valet parking services, Rooftop Manhattan Club offering 10,000 sf of interior
and exterior entertainment space, exhale Mind Body Spa & Fitness club, yoga studio, children’s playroom,
bicycle storage and five star hotel concierge services. Designed to provide light, freedom of
movement and ease of use, Manhattan House is a pure expression of urbanity at the
heart of one of the world’s most compelling cities
Pet Policy: Cats and Dogs Allowed

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