660 Madison Avenue
Upper East Side, Manhattan
Conversion to residential use of the 210,000sf upper twelve stories of 660 Madison Avenue, between East 60th & East 61st Street. 660 Madison was initially constructed in 1958 as the Getty Building for John Paul Getty to the designs of Emery Roth, Architect.
The building is adjacent to the Pierre Hotel to the northwest along East 61st Street and the Metropolitan Club to the west along East 60th Street.
There are unobstructed Central Park views to the west towards Central Park, to the south over East 60st Street, to the east over Madison Avenue and to the north over East 61st Street. The floor to floor heights are 11 feet and numerous setbacks create terraces. As the northernmost premier-quality building in Manhattan, 660 Madison is situated at the nexus of the world-famous Madison Avenue shopping corridor and the beginning of the best of the Upper East Side residential buildings.
The coveted Central Park and city views, the size of the floor plates, the large terraces, the high ceilings and the amenity of the Plaza District combine to make the upper floors of 660 Madison into one of the most ideal residential conversions in the New York City.