The Lucerne is located in the highly desirable Upper East Side. Built in 1990, it was designed by the famed architect Costas Kondylis and features a limestone-accented entrance surrounded by tasteful landscaping. Once inside, residents are welcomed by an elegant two-story lobby. The Lucerne is a postwar high-rise spanning 45 floors and encompassing 237 apartments, all of which are easily accessible via elevator.
Apartments feature soaring nine-foot ceilings and generously oversized windows, which bathe the apartment in natural light and stunning river and city views. Hardwood flooring lends an added touch of sophistication. High-speed internet, self-controlled heating and cooling and stackable washer and dryer units are provided as added conveniences. Fully equipped kitchens feature sleek granite countertops and wooden cabinetry, while marble bathrooms are equally luxurious with relaxing soaking tubs. Many apartments also offer private balconies.
350 East 79th Street is a luxury building designed with beauty, comfort and convenience in mind. Services include a concierge, doorman, lobby attendant, and laundry service. There's also a full-service garage. For health-conscious residents, there's an on-site fitness center, health club, pool, sauna, and bike storage. For residents looking to have a little fun, there's a lounge and children's playroom. After a long day, residents can relax in the garden, roof deck or rooftop terrace. There’s also video security and an on-site laundry.
The Lucerne also has a prime Yorkville location in the Upper East Side. Nearby attractions include Carl Schurz and Central Parks, Museum Mile, and high-end retail, gourmet dining and vibrant nightlife. Close by are cross-town bus services and subways.