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Carnegie Park

200 East 94th Street, New York, NY, 10128
Condo Building in Yorkville
277 Units | 13 Floors | Built in 1986

Building Amenities

Cats allowed1 Cats Allowed
Dogs allowed1 Dogs Allowed
Doorman1 Doorman
Elevator1 Elevator(3)
Garage1 Garage
Gym1 Gym
Laundry in building1 Laundry in Building
Live in super1 Live in super
Roof deck1 Roof Deck
Swimming pool1 Swimming Pool

Subway

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96th St

5 min walk, 0.45 miles

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96th St

1 min walk, 0.02 miles

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86th St

4 min walk, 0.2 miles

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86th St

6 min walk, 0.41 miles

Building Reviews (2)

Anonymous1

Anonymous

Jan 16, 2015

Tenant:

Pros:

I have been a resident at Carnegie Park for the past 4 years. Others have complained about the ongoing construction, however it has been for the overall beautification of the property. I love the new renovations.The staff has been most accommodating during this time. The management is extremely responsive and the lobby staff is amazing.The staff has gone over and beyond to ensure that I have had a pleasant and wonderful stay in this residence. Initially, when renting I was looking at this residence and another that I will not mention. I chose this building because like Anya has stated the apartment is definitely larger than others I had looked at. The neighborhood is upscale and pleasing. My sister in-law is planning to come to NYC to live. She was so impressed with my apartment and the amenities of the building that she plans to reside here as well.

Anonymous1

Anonymous

Jan 12, 2015

Tenant:

Pros:

I am sympathetic to the complaints about the construction that has been going on for the past two years. It is true that Related made a decision to convert the building into condos, and the current tenants have been living through the process of bringing the building to current condo standards. My review is therefore targeted to potential buyers, as the building is no longer a rental building. Current tenants may stay, as the conversion is a non-eviction conversion, but rents will no doubt go up as a way to encourage rental tenants to either buy, or to move out.I moved into the building in August 2011, so have lived through the entire construction/conversion process. And, I am happy to say the result is worth the pain, and I have decided to buy my unit. Here is why:1. The building is great. The staff is among the best I have ever lived among. I do not live in the building full time (I am bi-coastal, SF/NY), and leave the builidng with the knowledge and the comfort that I can rely on the stuff to look after things while I am gone.2. The amenities are worth the pain we went through. The gym and pool have reopened and are fantastic. The gym is open 24/7. Access is via a hand scan. What a delight to not have to worry about the gym hours. Whoever designed it did a beautiful job, and all the equipment is of course the latest. I was happy to see that it has two spin bikes, a small yoga room, and all equipment you could need. The pool is fantastic. Unfortunately it is only 15 yards long, but has three wide lap lanes. The water is a bit warm, which is good for children and those not wanting to do long lap swims, but I didn't really mind that. Nice change from colder water pools. NY law requires lifeguards at pools, so the pool hours are limited, but are what you would want as a swimmer (i.e. early morning, evening, all day on weekends).3. The price. The Upper East Side is the "uncool" part of Manhattan, so your money goes further. The price per square foot is better than you will get for any other "mid-luxury" building in New York. And, given where interest rates are, financing my purchase with a mortgage means that my monthy payments, including tax and HOA dues will be less than my current rent, and I'll have a tax benefit. So, in sum, the only way to really evaluate Carnegie Park at this point is as a condo purchase. On that front, I don't think you could go wrong. The fact that I am buying my unit is testament to that.