310 70th #9A

New York, New York City, NY







Home Size
950 sq. ft.
Year Built

Welcome home to bright and sunny #9A, a spacious and comfortable one-bedroom (1BR) measuring approximately 950 square feet, which easily converts into a two-bedroom (2BR) by way of the generous 8' 2" x 12' 8" dining alcove. Featuring a wall of south-facing windows in the living room and bedroom, the apartment receives generous natural light all day long, yet is very quiet, as the orientation is mid-lot and not street-facing.

Located in a full-time doorman cooperative building in the desirable Lenox Hill neighborhood on Manhattan's Upper East Side, this rarely available "A" line is the largest one-bedroom in the building and has an extremely flexible layout. The dining alcove can remain as is, or convert to a second bedroom or home office. The large pantry closet (6 x 8) can remain as is, or convert to a smaller home office or Peloton room. All AC units are thru-wall, ensuring you won't have to block any of your south-facing windows in any of the rooms. The bedroom features a large closet and can comfortably accommodate a King-sized bed. Although the kitchen and bathroom were updated approximately 25 years ago, this home has been used as a pied-a-terre ever since, so all appliances and fixtures have nominal wear and tear. Decorative covers for the AC and radiator, a faux venetian plaster wall in the dining room and baseboards and crown moldings throughout add a flair of elegance to the home.

310 East 70th Street is a pet-friendly full-service elevator cooperative with full-time doorman, resident super, bicycle storage, newly renovated laundry room and roof deck. The building allows for co-purchasing, gifting and guarantors on a case-by-case basis. Built in 1959 and converted to co-op in 1988, the building lobby, hallways, and laundry room have all been recently renovated, while keeping in place the low maintenance that has come to be expected at 310 East 70th Street. This financially well-run co-op sits less than 500 feet from the entrance of the 72nd Street Q subway stop, two-and-a-half avenues from the East River Promenade, five avenues from Central Park and mere blocks from great dining, nightlife and shopping.


Market Area

New York


Carl Ekroth

+1 310 910 1722

Andrew Fishkind

+1 310 910 1722

Contact Email

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