Located just east of Park Avenue, 135 East 79th Street is an innovative building that artfully combines the authentic craftsmanship of its Upper East Side neighbors with a thoughtful understanding of modern luxury living. These large scale 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom residences feature grand room dimensions, generous amenities and services, and all are detailed with decidedly sophisticated finishes. The Brodsky Organization has given celebrated designer William Sofield complete freedom to achieve to the highest standard. Carved stone, custom-pigmented, hand-laid brick, hand-cast ironwork, and oversized, fully customized window systems create a façade that ranks among the finest in New York. Inside are details that are usually only associated with custom build-outs: solid herringbone-patterned wood floors, bespoke millwork kitchens and closets, hand-cast hardware, slab stone, custom lighting, and tailored solid wood case moldings, base and crown trim details.
With Central Park serving as its western border, the Upper East Side is considered to be one of New York’s classic neighborhoods. It is home to many pre-war buildings, but also features modern high-rises offering views of Central Park and the East River. The Upper East Side is home to Museum Mile, which runs along Fifth Avenue fronting Central Park, and includes the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Neue Galerie New York, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, and many more.