Upper East Side Apartments
The Laurel at 400 East 67th Street

The Laurel is a post-war highrise located in the Upper East Side at First Avenue and York Avenue. The Laurel has features such as an elevator and allows pets. Residents of The Laurel will love the building's prime Upper East Side location. The building was built in 2008. The Laurel is a condo building and has 31 floors and 136 apartments. Living at The Laurel appeals to many people hoping to live in the Upper East Side, Manhattan. There are apartments in this condo building which are currently available on the market.

Amenities

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  • Bike Room
  • Health Club
  • Sauna
  • Steam Room
  • Laundry Room
  • Nursery
  • Lounge
  • Billiards Room
  • Cinema Room
  • Private Storage

Location

Neighborhood
Upper East Side
Cross Streets
First Avenue and York Avenue
Zip Code
10065
Block
1461

About The Laurel

Floors
31
Built
2008
Apartments
136
Type
Highrise
Pre/Post-war
Post-war
Ownership
Condo
Green Building
Yep

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    About Upper East Side

    The Upper East Side, situated to the east of Central Park from 59th Street to 96th Street, enjoys the reputation as the ritziest, most elegant neighborhood in NYC. Palatial townhouses, luxury high-rises and elite private schools make the neighborhood a haven for wealthy families. Madison Avenue is lined with the flagship stores of countless high-end retailers and jewelers, while Central Park is just blocks away. Buses and the 4,5,6 train are the primary modes of transit on the Upper East Side, with the river-facing Yorkville section more affordable and prices increasing west to Fifth Avenue. Though chronicled and exaggerated (somewhat) in popular television dramas, the Upper East Side offers a bevy of more affordable housing in walk-ups and elevator buildings, and the neighborhood as a whole is much less expensive than downtown.