120 East 36th Street

120 East 36th Street is a 13-story, 87-unit coop building located on the south side of 36th Street between Park and Lexington Avenues, directly across the street from the entrance to the historic Morgan Library. Built in 1957, acquired by Winter and then subsequently converted into a coop in 1981, the building is on a tree-lined block that offers convenient proximity to Midtown Manhattan and Grand Central Station. The property also houses eight professional offices. Located in Manhattan’s Murray Hill neighborhood, the property provides easy access to both uptown and downtown and benefits from the neighborhood’s vast array of dining and retail options.