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Built in 1928 as the Adams Hotel and converted to a condominium in 1991, this 23 story building'the entrance is actually at 2 East 86th Street'contains only 54 apartments, four of which are smaller than two-bedrooms. Picture windows on the building's west side allow views of Central Park over 1048 Fifth Avenue. In what was a major conversion, the building was given an elegant new entrance and a graceful circular lobby paneled in dark wood. Amenities at this pet-friendly condominium residence include a full-time doorman, a concierge, a fitness center and storage facilities. A prime Upper East Side location puts residents steps from Central Park as well as museums, Madison Avenue shopping, restaurants and more.
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