Post Toscana is a 31-story rental apartment building located on the Upper East Side. Designed by Ismael Levy, it offers 199 units. Post Toscana was built in 2002 and offers a rooftop deck, a fitness center, a resident’s club with terrace, a bicycle room and residents’ storage. Apartments at Post Toscana boast floor-to-ceiling windows, renovated kitchens with granite and stainless steel, marble baths and more.
Units and Pricing
There are currently just three available units at Post Toscana, ranging in price from $3,450/month for a studio to $4,800/month for a two bedroom apartment with 1,100 square feet. The average price per square foot is $52.
Features and Amenities
Apartments at Post Toscana are spacious and sunlit thanks to dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows. They offer sleek, updated kitchens with green granite countertops, apple wood cabinetry and stainless steel appliances. Baths are done in imported marble with banjo-style vanities and polished chrome fixtures. All apartments offer individually controlled heating and air conditioning as well as washer/dryer units. The building boasts a gorgeous marble lobby, a rooftop landscaped terrace, a fitness center, a 24-hour doorman and an elegant resident’s club and library.
Post Toscana is located on East 89th Street in the Yorkville section of the Upper East Side. The Upper East Side is one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Manhattan, thanks to its quiet, tree-lined streets and gorgeous architecture. Once a haven for the wealthy and upper class folks, it’s become a place that also suits the upwardly mobile. The neighborhood has drawn bars, eateries and shopping destinations onto its streets, so you’ll never lack for something to do.
Why You Would Want to Live Here
At just $52/square foot, Post Toscana offers reasonably priced apartments in one of the most covetable neighborhoods in Manhattan. The Upper East Side is known for its prestige and charm, and while Post Toscana is new, not pre-war, you still get the feeling that you’re living somewhere special. The building isn’t overloaded with amenities, but it offers the rooftop sun deck and the gym that you’ll need, and the apartments are well-lit and graciously finished.