Upper East Side      Yorkville

Plymouth Tower

at 340 East 93rd Street, New York, NY 10128

Plymouth Tower, built in 1977 and converted to a cooperative in 1986, is a post-war, full service luxury building in the Yorkville neighborhood of Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Designed by SLCE Architects, the building is situated on first avenue and extends the full block between 92nd and 93rd streets. The building has two large residential plazas, one at the building entrance with a granite and cobble paved entrance and the other with a lushly planted perennial garden and gazebo area with contemporary park benches and stone garden seats.

A number of the original 356 units have been combined into larger units over the years, resulting in apartments available from one to three bedrooms across most of the building’s 30 stories. Services include a 24 hour concierge, onsite building manager and staff, three passenger elevators and one dedicated service elevator, mezzanine laundry room, roof top health club (private roof top gym, lounge, sauna, lifeguard supervised swimming pool and Jacuzzi, landscaped roof deck with outdoor furniture), and a full service garage with building access. The house rules also allow pet ownership, including dogs.

This luxury high rise has expansive views in many directions and is situated just one block from the East River and Asphalt Green, in walking distance of Carl Schurz Park and Gracie Mansion, and only four blocks from the 92nd Street Y. Plymouth Tower is just 3 blocks away from the entrance to the FDR Drive which enables quick access to bridges and New York’s LaGuardia Airport, only 15-minutes away by car.