200 East 64th Street, New York City (Corner of Third Avenue)

Building Description

Carlton Towers is a 30 story luxury building located off of Third Avenue on Manhattan's upper east side. The building features spacious apartments with only four units on each floor. Carlton Towers has a 24 hour doorman, laundry facilities, fitness center and parking available. The building is in a busy residential area near shopping and transportation, and only a few blocks from beautiful Central Park.

Basic Details

  • City: NYC
  • Neighborhood: Upper East Side
  • Land Mark: Corner of Third Avenue

Area Services 

Nestled at the intersection of 3rd Avenue and 64th Street, Carlton Towers elegantly lends its grace and sophistication to its prime Manhattan location. With its boutique charm, enormous apartments, and spectacular views, Carlton Towers earned its unmatched reputation for the outstanding services it provides ~ as well as its location ~ that is considered second to none!

Renting an apartment at Carlton Towers is similar to renting a piece of The Big Apple. You are surrounded by a plethora of conveniences, including, but not limited to…grocery chains, medical centers, cleaners, banks, movie theaters, diners as well as 5 star restaurants, major department stores and your favorite novelty shops. The list of conveniences is endless. Simply put, there is nothing that is unattainable within a 2 block radius! Carlton Towers exemplifies New York living at its finest.

To insure that your living experience will be as luxurious as your surroundings…you will be guaranteed a staff whose sole and only priority is the comfort and pleasure of the residents who call Carlton Towers home.


Luxury living, outstanding up-to-date conveniences, and gracious services are what make Carlton Towers one of Carlyle’s premier apartment building.

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Clara Silva


F 212.838.4476


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