Condo For Sale •  Midtown
Web ID # 923717 RLS


2 Beds • 2.5 Baths • 1,791 ft2  
Tax: $2,122 Common Charges: $2,700
Floor: 36
Stories: 52
Total Rooms: 5
Pet Policy: Cats Only

Building & Unit Features

  • Bicycle Room
  • Concierge
  • Doorman
  • Elevator
  • Health Club
  • Laundry
  • Dining Room
    The Olympic Tower on Fifth Avenue in New York was developed by Aristotle Onassis and designed by the world-renown architectural firm, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. A world-class mixed use condominium offers the finest luxury accommodations coupled with premier executive commercial space. The stacked design is 51 stories in total, with floors 22 through 51 providing luxury residences with panoramic views of New York City. The full-service white gloved concierge service provides the utmost privacy and discretion to the high-profile tenants who reside at the Olympic Tower.

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    Nearby Subways

    • E M 5th Ave & 53rd St (~0.08 mile)
    • B D F M 6th Ave & 50th St (~0.23 mile)
    • E M 6 Lexington Ave & 51st St (~0.24 mile)
    • B D F M 7 6th Ave & 49th St (~0.25 mile)
    • F 6th Ave & 56th St (~0.31 mile)

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