1005 1st Ave
Midtown East
New York, NY, 10022

Built in 1907 this 398,214 sq.ft. building is 100% Other and contains 0 residential units and 2 non-residential units.

This property is currently Off Market.

    Transit

    • Lexington Av-53rd St Route ERoute MRoute 6 8 Minute walk, 0.4 Miles
    • Lexington Av Route F 14 Minute walk, 0.7 Miles
    • Lexington Av Route NRoute QRoute RRoute 4Route 5Route 6 9 Minute walk, 0.5 Miles
    • 47-50th Sts Rockefeller Center Route BRoute DRoute FRoute M 22 Minute walk, 1.1 Miles
    • Grand Central-42nd St Route GSRoute 4Route 5Route 6Route 7 19 Minute walk, 1.0 Miles

    Schools

    • Elementary School

      • P.S. 059 Beekman Hill International
        • Grades: 0K,01,02,03,04,05,SE
        • Principal: Adele Schroeter
        • Phone: 212-888-7870
        • Address: 231-249 East 56 Street
        • Website: schools.nyc.gov
    • Middle School

      • J.H.S. 104 Simon Baruch
        • Grades: 06,07,08,SE
        • Principal: Rocco Macri
        • Phone: 212-674-4545
        • Address: 330 East 21 Street
        • Website: schools.nyc.gov
    • High School

      • Citywide High School Choice

    Public Records

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    • Correction Doc-Office Use Only (Other Documents) was filed on 2005-09-08. Parties: Archbisopric Of New York, Ecclesiastical Assistance Corporation Show Details
    • UCC3 Termination dated 2000-03-29, Debtor: Alan A. Polonsky, Secured Party: N.A. Citibank, Assignee: Show Details
    • Initial Coop UCC1 dated 1999-02-17, Debtor: Alan A. Polonsky, Secured Party: N.A. Citibank, Assignee: Show Details
    • Archbishopric Of Newyrk sold this property to Ecclesiastical Assistnc for $0.00 on 1974-04-11. Show Details
    • Roman Cath Chur St.John sold this property to Archbishopric Ny for $0.00 on 1971-04-29. Show Details

    Lot

    Address
    1005 1st Ave, 10022
    Square Footage
    35,681
    Lot Type
    Corner
    Dimensions
    200.83ft x 214.0ft
    BBL
    1013480023

    Neighborhood

    Neighborhood
    Midtown East
    Historic District
    N/A
    Community District
    06
    City Council
    5
    Police Precinct
    17
    Fire Company
    E008
    School District
    2
    Census Tract
    108

    Zoning

    Zoning District
    R10
    Commercial Overlay
    C1-5
    Split Zoning
    Yes
    Special Purpose
    N/A
    Limited Height
    N/A
    Landmark
    N/A

    Assessment

    Tax Class
    4
    MV Land
    $45,493,000
    MV Total
    $100,590,000
    AV Land
    $20,471,850
    AV Total
    $45,265,500

    Floor Area Ratio

    Built FAR
    11.16

    Residential
    Zoned FAR 10.0
    Max 356,810.0 sq. ft.
    Remaining -41,404.0 sq. ft.

    Commercial
    Zoned FAR 0.0
    Max 0.0 sq. ft.
    Remaining 0 sq. ft.

    Facility
    Zoned FAR 10.0
    Max 356,810.0 sq. ft.
    Remaining -41,404.0 sq. ft.

    Building

    Category
    Educational Structures
    Class
    School Or Academy
    Land Use
    Public Facilities & Institutions
    Buildings
    2
    Year Built
    1907
    Alterations
    N/A
    Floors
    20.0
    Residential Units
    0
    Total Units
    2
    Floor Area
    398214
    Basement
    Full Basement Below Grade
    Proximity
    Semi-Attached

    Crime

    This property is located in the 17th Precinct of Manhattan.

    Property Crime

    High
    In 2015 the 17th Precinct saw 1014 felony property crimes (Burglary, Grand Larceny and Grand Larceny of Motor Vehicle) committed per 100,000 residents**. This is lower then the borough's property crime rate, which was 1219 over the same period.

    Violent Crime

    Very low
    In 2015 the 17th Precinct saw 158 felony violent crimes (Murder, Rape, Robbery and Felony Assault) committed per 100,000 residents**. This is lower then the borough's violent crime rate, which was 444 over the same period.

    ** This does not take daytime population into account. Actual crime rates in areas where many people work (higher daytime population) may be lower. Conversely actual crime rates may be higher in areas where many people commute out for work (lower daytime population).

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