Trio of buildings get $40M price chop

Almost one year ago, three Upper East Side buildings belonging to The National Academy Museum and School hit the market. The combined asking price for all three was a whopping $120 million.

Today, two interconnected townhouses from the threesome have returned to the market, separately. Located at 1083 Fifth Avenue and 3 East 89th Street, the homes are each asking $29.5 million.

The third building, a 65-foot-wide annex, has yet to hit the market but the Wall Street Journal reports it will be asking $20 million when it does, making the ask for all three a much-discounted $79 million.

Per the listing, 1083 Fifth Avenue spans 15,685 square feet and comes with two master suites, three guest bedrooms, nine staff rooms, a marble staircase with wrought iron wave design balustrades, a walnut paneled drawing room, and an elevator.

3 East 89th Street meanwhile totals 17,791 square feet and has a limestone balcony, wrought-iron railings and according to the listing, “capacious interiors” filled with “original architectural articulation.”