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The Impala, 404 East 76 Street - Upper East Side, New York

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The Impala, 404 East 76 Street - Upper East Side, New York

Built in 2000, the 31-story Impala was the city's first residential tower to be designed by architect Michael Graves, who created its elegant lobby finished in blond mahogany with limestone floors, a 15,000-square-foot sculpture-courtyard (African sculptor Danie de Jager installed a series of fourteen life-size bronze statues of impalas, the American antelope) and a garden with birch trees and a flowing stream. Additional amenities at this pet-friendly condominium with 194 apartments include a private cinema room, business center, fitness center and children’s playroom in addition to a full-time doorman and concierge services. This lively Upper East Side location puts residents near John Jay Park and the East River Esplanade and a short walk to the subway.

Building Data for the building listed. All total, average and median numbers provided by Urban Digs.

Building Data:

Active Sales Listings:

Total Inventory on Market: 4

Average List Price: $1,489,375


Total Inventory on Market: 240

Active Rentals Listings:

Total Inventory on Market: 8

Average List Price: $4,163

Provided by: DE ANALYTICS

Building Details:


Neighborhood: Upper East Side

Built in 2001

180 Units

30 Floors