This neighborhood consisting of exquisite townhouses and grand condominiums and co-ops is only a few square blocks in size, in midtown on the east side from the East River to First Avenue and 48th Street to 52nd Street. Because the neighborhood is small geographically, the number of homes or apartments for sale at any one time, whether condo, coop or townhouse, is limited —  thus making it sought after and potentially a wait! The neighborhood, essentially two-blocks-long, centers on Beekman Place, with grand buildings like The Grand Beekman a condominium, which as the name may imply is absolutely stunning with fitness center and sauna, plus a garden courtyard, the Beekman Regent, a nineteenth-century landmark turned twenty-first century modern condominium, and One Beekman Place, a co-op with a garage and an Olympic pool.

Beekman Place offers a wide range of townhouse architecture, including a celebrated glass townhouse designed by modern architect Paul Rudolph, a pioneer of green building and well known for his work in Florida. It’s truly a special neighborhood, in addition to its boarding the East River the sunrise views available to the Beekman apartments are fabulous.

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