The Lispenard Medical Space For Sale
55 East 86th Street

4,500 SF 1st Floor Medical Space for Sale

VIEW Property Flyer

Ground Floor medical condo is now available for purchase. The following commercial space is for sale and can be found in Carnegie Hill section of Manhattan on 86th Street between Madison and Park Avenues. This codominium is found within a pre-war residential building known as The Lispenard at its ground floor with access via a manned lobby. There is an optional second entry / exit door available upon - ask Stanley about the option.

The office contained within features a layout consisting (11) private exam & consultation rooms which are all serviced by a large front desk / reception guest waiting area. The spaces comes with (2) private restrooms for both staff and clients. In addition the space also contains a full kitchen - which lends well towards a residential use / if so desired. The condo has been built-out with good materials and great interior detail - from the use of glass accents to architectural lighting all of the elements work well towards giving the unit a clean professional feel that can accomodate any interior style of your choosing.

In total this ground floor condo would presents a good option for any healthcare provider and could be ideal for a physical therapy center or as a surgical suite as it stands today. If you would like more details on this available space or you would like to know more about commercial condo options in the Upper East Side of Manhattan;
For more information please contact Stanley J. Piesh.

Click on images to view larger

Building Info

  • Neighborhood: Upper East Side
  • Postal Code: 10028
  • Height: 15 Floors
  • Year Built: 1925

This mid-block condomimum building is located in a nice are of the city just a block and a half from Central Park and is situated near the musuems and north of the hustle and bustle of midtown Manhattan.The building property was built in 1925 during the same year as the New Yorker magazine had its debute of it\‘s the very first issue. A time when the city was building big and breaking new ground throughout. In more recent time \“the Lispenard\” was converted back in 1984 – with its upper floors being converted to joint living-work quarters. Today this venerable commercial-turned residential property is now categorized as a condominium building which contains (46) apartments which are spread over 15 floors. The entrance is poignanted by the installation of a pair of potted perennial plants. and is otherwise manned by a full-time concierge. You enter in under a canopy entrance into an attractive modern lobby.The architecture features a rising two-story limestone base that has been matched by a handsome window installation. Columns support a pointed pediment up to the third floor which are then matched at the penthouse floor by a vertical curving span beneath crowning over moulded accents. Attention to detail can be seen in the architectural ornamentation that spans around the top two floors – though minimal the masonry found at its eastern side is bare over the neighboring low-rise property.This property enjoys a choice location being situated a block away from Central Park with the addition of easy access to MTA 4, 5, 6 Subway. This area of the city features an array of shopping options and is further benefited by its proximity to the Museum Mile. In total this property presents a great mix of classic New York quality architecture mixed with all the trim and structure required for today\‘s medical professional!

• Located Between Madison Avenue and Park Avenue
• Doorman FT Concierge / Doorman
• Close to Subway (MTA 4 / 5 / 6) found at Lexington Avenue 0.16 miles
• Excellent crosstown bus service
• Very close to several major museums
• Close to several religious institutions
• Close to several private schools
• Convenient neighborhood shopping