The Saratoga is a luxury condominium built in 1984 by Schuman, Lichtenstein, Claman & Efron standing an impressive 40 stories high with approximately 181 residential units and 2 commercial units. The building has apartments ranging in size from the original studio, one, two and three bedroom configurations and a small number of larger combined apartments. 330 East 75th Street is situated on the southwest corner of 75th Street and 1st Avenue easily identifiable by its prominent freestanding clock just outside the building. The low-rise “wing” of the building housing floors 2-14 offers a laundry room on every floor while floors 15 and above typically have only 3 apartments per floor unless combined. The Saratoga is pet-friendly for owners only.
The façade of the Saratoga displays narrow horizontal bands of red brick, broken up by the large reflective windows, a great feature in all apartment lines. The height of the building provides spectacular views from the higher floor apartments and original units boast solid Brazilian cherrywood floors and marble baths. The Saratoga is a white glove doorman condominium, catering to a luxury lifestyle with full-time doorman, part-time concierge, parking garage with valet service, stunning landscaped roof deck with 360 degree views, community garden just off the lobby seating area and video security. The building recently underwent an extensive elevator modernization project and the hallways have also been updated.
The building is located in the heart of the Upper East Side and moments away from a vast array of popular upscale and casual dining spots. Central Park, The East River Promenade and John Jay Park area all within walking distance as well as the 6 train at 77th & Lexington and the brand new Q train entrance only a few blocks away on 72nd & 2nd Avenue.