|Address:||200 East 66th Street (map)|
New York, NY 10021
|Neighborhood:||Upper East Side, Manhattan|
|Structure:||20 floors, 563 apartment units|
|Current listing(s):||2 fee|
A post-war high-rise landmark doorman condo building offering a garage. By some accounts, this large post-war modernist building designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and Mayers & Whittlesley and built in 1950 started "the age of white-brick monstrosities" in the city. That critique notwithstanding, in 1952 Manhattan House was awarded the New York Chapter of the American Institute of Architects's award for an outstanding apartment house and, in 2007, it was designated a landmark. And just to set the record straight, the building's brick is, in fact, a self-cleansing light gray.
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