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$34M Buys Most of This Historic Beaux-Arts Townhouse

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An Upper East Side co-op that can be readily converted into a single-family home this is not: the Carrere & Hastings-designed building at 35 East 68th Street between Park and Madison avenues may be on the market for $34 million, but that ask buys only seven of the eight co-ops the landmarked limestone townhouse is currently configured into. Alas, there is a holdout tenant. The opulent Beaux-Arts building was constructed by the Frick Mansion and NYPL architects in 1901 as a 13,000-plus-square-foot private residence for Harvard-trained physician Dr. Edward Kellogg and grain fortune heiress Mary Dows. In the past, individual co-ops in the building have been listed between $995,000 and $8.4 million.

· Listing: 35 East 68th Street [Compass]
· Listing: 35 East 68th Street [Sotheby's]
· On the Market archives [Curbed]