The Carnegie Plaza Residences at 162 West 56th Street is a classic pre-war condominium apartment building of 66 units occupying the southeast corner of 7th Avenue and 56th Street.
The building was built by developers Bing & Bing in 1925. It rises 16 stories tall including several penthouse units which are not visible from the street. The faade is composed mostly of red and brown bricks and includes a two-story limestone base. The building was converted to a condo in 1987 and consists of 1 and 2 bedroom units. Amenities of this full-service building include a 24-hour doorman, live-in Super, and central laundry room. This condo is investor-friendly, sublet-friendly, pied a terre living is also allowed along with pets.
The Carnegie Plaza is centrally located in a vibrant location of midtown and just three short blocks from Central Park and across the street from Carnegie Hall. There are abundant services, top restaurants, health clubs, museums, theater and shopping in the immediate area, along with unmatched access to public transportation.