The Berkeley Co-Op
Berkowners Inc., more commonly known as The Berkeley, is located in an Historic Landmark District and is considered one of the most prestigious complexes in Jackson Heights. The Berkeley is a co-op comprised of three elegant and unique pre-war apartment buildings (288 apartments), which have bright, spacious rooms with 9-foot ceilings, hardwood floors and architectural details. The three buildings share an interior garden.
Live-in Superintendent/Asst. Superintendent
Laundry on premises in basement of each building
Pets allowed (restrictions apply - See House Rules)
Sublet Policy (restrictions apply - See House Rules)
Storage rooms are available on a first-come,
first-served basis for a monthly fee
Beautiful interior garden
Near Transportation: Roosevelt Avenue and 74th Street Station (15 minutes to Manhattan)
Subways -- E, F, M, R and 7
Bus Depot -- Manhattan
Close to airports, schools, houses of worship, restaurants, library, post office, playground, Farmers' Market (Sundays)
The buildings are located at:
77-12 35th Avenue, originally called Berkeley Hall, the property was constructed in 1937 and designed by Joshua Tabatchnik (84 apartments).
35-25 77th Street, originally called Berkeley Apartments, the property was constructed in 1937 and designed by Joshua Tabatchnik (96 apartments).
35-24 78th Street, originally called Berkeley Gardens, the property was constructed in 1938 and designed by Philip Birnbaum (108 apartments).