35-21 79th Street

The Monroe was erected in 1948 to the designs of William Hohauser. Superbly located on a quiet tree-lined street, moments to all amenities such as Travers Park and the green market, as well as a short distance from the Roosevelt transit hub, it offers amenities such as a private garden, bike storage, waitlist rentable storage, recently updated elevators, laundry facilities, and a live-in super.

  • Cooperative (D4)
  • 35-21 79th STREET TENANTS CORP.
  • 82 units
  • Community District 403
  • City Council District 25
  • Police Precinct 115
  • Block/lot: 1279/58
  • Building Date: 1947-48 [NB 941-1945]
  • Stories: 6 with basement
  • Architect: William Hohauser
  • Style: Neo-Georgian (post-World War II)

Amenities & Services:
  • Garden
  • Laundry
  • Storage
  • Bike Storage
  • Elevators
  • Intercom
  • Live-in Super

Essential House Rules:
  • Pets Permitted
  • Sublets Permitted
  • Max Financing 80%

Managed by:
Venture N.Y. Property Management LLC

Designed by William Hohauser and built in 1947-48, the six-story-and-basement Monroe House is one of several apartment buildings constructed in the post-World War II era of development in Jackson Heights. Continuing the trend of the pre-War years, it is a large building on a mid-block site and planned 
wim two lightcourts which break up its long street front into three sections.

The brick facades of the Monroe House boast a modest application of Georgian-inspired ornamental details, limited to stone stringcourses at the base and top, an intermediate decorative brick band course, and small classically- inspired stone plaques at the parapet. The entrance, located in the wide central section, is cut into a broad cast-stone facing.


Our Listings at The Monroe:

Apartment 1A

Apartment 2N

Apartment 3J

Apartment 1J

Apartment 4N

Apartment 6K

Apartment 5A

Apartment 6F

Apartment 3F

Apartment 6N


Apartment 1B

Apartment 3K

Apartment 1A

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