An Upper East Side Condo Wave

The skinny strip of the Upper East Side that runs between Central Park and Park Avenue has long been dominated by co-ops and is arguably one of the most staid parts of the city.
Now, in a burst of activity not seen since the 1980s, condominiums are shouldering their way into this upscale district, which runs from about East 59th to East 96th Streets. More than a half-dozen projects, ranging from newly built apartment houses to makeovers of prewar properties, have opened there in the last few years or are underway.

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