30 East 72nd Street is an intimate white glove Pre-War cooperative. Designed by the prominent architecture firm Schwartz & Gross, whose work shaped the face of the Upper East Side, the landmarked structure was completed in 1926. This attractive building is comprised of only 23 residences on 16 stories and is served by two elevators.
The buildings Lenox Hill location between Madison and Park Avenues is only a block away from Central Park and near local restaurants and Madison Avenue boutiques. 30 East 72nd Street has very good access to bus transportation.
The cooperative features white glove amenities including a full-time doorman, canopied entrance, fitness facility, live-in super, and private storage.