205 E 59 St

205 East 59 Street , New York, NY 10022
one Apartment Available

Building : 347-728-0332

Available Apartments


  • Doorman
  • Elevator
  • Fitness Center
  • Landscaped and Furnished Roof Deck
  • Laundry in Building
  • Pet Friendly
  • Puppy Park
  • Resident Manager
  • Storage Units
  • Tenant Lounge


59th St/Lexington Ave

3 min, 0.2 miles

4 5 6 N R W

60th St/2nd Ave

3 min, 0.2 miles


63rd St/Lexington Ave

6 min, 0.3 miles


53rd St/Lexington Ave

7 min, 0.3 miles


57th St/3rd Ave

3 min, 0.2 miles

M57 M31

61st St/3rd Ave

2 min, 0.1 miles

M101 M102 M103


Designed by Richard Dattner, 205 E 59 Street is a full service, 24-hour luxury doorman condominium. Units feature 20 ft. ceilings, gas-burning fireplaces and private balconies. We retain 21 sponsor units which are available for both rental and sale.

Sky's the Limit Concierge

With so much to do, both at home and out on the town, our Residents at Manhattan Skyline lead very busy lives. That is why our Concierge is there to help expedite any of those needs. From moving in services, to finding the right dog-walking service, or scoring that hard-to-get reservation at the city’s latest hot restaurant, Sky’s the Limit is there to help. Want an evening out that’s off the beaten path? Sky’s the Limit can handle that too, and frequently hosts exclusive events for our Residents only. And special discounts? Sky’s the Limit has got that covered.

If you can dream it, we can make it happen. Sky’s the Limit.

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Staying In


Starting at 5th Avenue just off Central Park, the Upper East Side is home to world renowned museums such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim. The Upper East Side is known for its upscale vibe, with many high-end boutiques and haute cuisine dining establishments along Madison Avenue. Further east, there are a wide array of diverse dining and shopping options along Third and Lexington Avenues. Central Park, to the west of 5th Avenue, and Carl Shulz Park, along East End Avenue, offer Upper East Siders two verdant oases on both sides of the neighborhood.


  • Agata & Valentina
  • Bloomingdale’s
  • Journelle


  • Carl Schurz Park
  • Central Park
  • St Catherine’s Park


  • JoJo
  • Serafina
  • Szechuan Kitchen


  • Brady’s
  • Café Carlyle
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art