Midtown East Apartments
The Lombardy at 111 East 56th Street

The Lombardy is a post-war highrise located in Midtown East at Park Avenue and Lexington Avenue. The Lombardy has features such as an elevator and allows pets. Residents of The Lombardy will love the building's prime Midtown East location. The building was built in 1927. The Lombardy is a coop building and has 21 floors and 176 apartments. Living at The Lombardy appeals to many people hoping to live in Midtown East, Manhattan. There are apartments in this coop building which are currently available on the market.

Amenities

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  • Health Club
  • Hotel Style Service
  • Maid Service
  • Valet

Location

Neighborhood
Midtown East
Cross Streets
Park Avenue and Lexington Avenue
Zip Code
10022
Block
1311

About The Lombardy

Floors
21
Built
1927
Apartments
176
Type
Highrise
Pre/Post-war
Post-war
Ownership
Coop
Green Building
Nope

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    About Midtown East

    Occupying the space between the Upper East Side and Murray Hill, Midtown East is split between by the tony Sutton Place neighborhood near the river and grimy midtown streets closer to Grand Central. Proximity to Metro North and several subway lines is a plus for this neighborhood, but an absence of parks and general “charm” drives some away. The bars along Second Avenue are lively most nights of the week (largely populated by the “bridge and tunnel” crowd), providing some youth and liveliness to this otherwise commercial neighborhood. Midtown East residents generally enjoy proximity to office buildings and many who live in the neighborhood can walk to work.