The Real Deal New York

Upper East Side mansion will house seven luxury units

Hotel executive already rented fourth-floor unit at 35 East 63rd Street
November 06, 2014 10:01AM

The owner of a single-family mansion on the Upper East Side is going against the trend. He is turning his townhouse into seven luxury apartments.

The palatial home at 35 East 63rd Street was once scoped out by the likes of Robert De Niro and Nicole Kidman, according to the New York Post. A CEO of a hotel chain already rented out a unit in the building — a fourth-floor apartment that spans 2,200 square feet — for $23,500 a month, according to the newspaper.

The third floor of the building has a one bedroom, one-and-a-half bathroom unit that’s listed for $10,000 per month.

The 60-foot-wide townhouse has two elevators as well as a 24-hour doorman.

Town Residential’s Rory Nichols has the listing. [NYP] — Claire Moses

  • Shame

    Idiots work at the New York Post! This is not new? The owner converted the building into rentals a while ago. Check your facts. Town’s rental in the building has been on and off the market for a while – WAY OVER PRICED and that apartment was leased for something like 20 years at a set rate by an investor. That investor put the rental on the market. The owner of the building has noting to do with Town’s rental. This article is misleading. It alludes to Rory Nicolas as an exclusive agent for the building. Shame!!!!

  • Therealdan McKelvey

    DeNiro and Kidman can’t afford to buy this baby…They are poor in NY circles..Very Poor.