The Marlowe is a New York rental located in the highly desirable Upper East Side of New York City. Built in 1987, the Marlowe was designed by Philip Birnbaum and features a chic white two-story base topped by light-red brick. The landscaped sidewalk leads residents to the covered entrance and doorman-attended revolving door. The postwar mid-rise building spans sixteen floors and encompasses 585 extremely spacious apartments, all of which are elevator accessible.
Apartments at the Marlowe feature spacious floor plans, which, in conjunction with nine-foot ceilings and oversized windows, give each apartment a light, open, and airy feeling. Elegant hardwood flooring and romantic fireplaces give the residences here a uniquely warm and homey atmosphere. High-speed internet keeps residents connected night and day, while self-controlled heating and cooling provide a comfortable environment year-round. Stackable washer and dryer units are an added convenience. Fully equipped kitchens feature sleek granite countertops and wooden cabinetry. Marble baths are equally luxurious with relaxing soaking tubs.
The Marlowe was designed to please even the most demanding city dweller. An on-site garage is a rare convenience not offered by many New York rentals, but the Marlowe has one. Once residents have parked, they are greeted by a white-gloved doorman upon arrival. The lobby is fully attended, and there's also a round-the-clock concierge. Video security is provided as an added safety feature. The lushly landscaped roof deck provides residents a lovely place to relax with a book, sunbathe or just enjoy the stunning views. The building also has plenty of private storage and laundry room.
The Marlowe's Upper East Side location is an additional amenity with its proximity to the best of New York. Nearby residents will find an abundance of high-end shopping, dining and nightlife. Central Park and the Museum Mile are also close by. Transportation is no issue with cross-town bus service at 79th Street and the 4, 5, and 6 trains also nearby.