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Murray Hill Condos and Brownstones

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Murray Hill Condos

Murray Hill is a neighborhood that continues to evolve. Named after Robert Murray, an Irish-born merchant who had a large family estate there, Murray Hill condos for sale don’t come online frequently, but when they do they’re worth a look.

No one can agree on the boundaries for Murray Hill but when searching for properties, my database defines the boundaries as 32nd Street to 42nd Street from the East River to Fifth Avenue.

If you are looking for condos for sale in Murray Hill to call home, you have compelling options, from pre-war to modern, luxurious new development. The Griffon, located at 77 Park Avenue, is an elegant full-service pre-war condominium. The building is famous for its stunning lobby and gracious, oversized apartment layouts, all with tons of original details and fireplaces.

172 Madison Avenue, once home to J.P. Morgan, is now a chic 32 story condominium. Here you can live large in mid-town with easy access to all of New York City.

If Murray Hill isn’t for you, you might be Interested in Carnegie Hill condos for sale.

Get in touch with Julia, one of the best brokers in NYC.

Brownstones in Murray Hill

The Murray Hill Historic District encompasses many of the brownstones built in the neighborhood during the mid-1800s. By the end of the century the area boasted opulent mansions and fine stables and carriage houses between Lexington and Third. The stables, known as Sniffen Court, were transformed into desirable homes which sit off the street behind a gate.

Today you can find large brownstones with many of the original details preserved and some that have been completely modernized with only the facades revealing their past. Murray Hill Brownstones are quite large and many exceed 20-feet wide, making for gracious and grand proportions.

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