Located in a Bien and Bien 1955 cooperative, this oversized one bedroom, one bath corner unit on the 17th floor is move-in ready. Upon entering you are greeted by light pouring into the apartment, an open floor-plan and beamed high ceilings. The living room spans more than 20 feet in width and features gorgeous hand-crafted built-ins with new 65' flat ...
screen tv, surround sound, two fold out desks, separate dining area, brand new thru-wall air conditioning, recessed lighting and eastern and northern exposures. There is both a large coat closet and walk-in pantry in the living/dining room. All seven closets in the apartment have been outfitted with Elfa, by the Container Store, to allow maximized storage. The windowed kitchen has a clean finish and the appliances, including dishwasher are updated. The terrace has stunning views of the Chrysler Building, East River, Murray Hill townhouse historic district and Bank of America tower. No detail in this unit has been overlooked and all windows have new custom shades.
A unique feature of the apartment is distinct and separate living and sleeping quarters plus a bonus dressing room/office with eastern light. The windowed bath was just totally renovated with a large shower. The bedroom, boasting east and south exposures, easily fits a California King, two dressers and a desk. Three big double hang closets, large built-in bookshelf and linen closet finish the bedroom area.
35 Park Avenue is a full service luxury doorman building with newly renovated lobby, hallways and elevator cabs. There is a private garden for shareholders which includes a bike rack. Storage, two laundry rooms and a garage are all in the building. Maintenance includes heat, basic cable and gas. Pied-a-terre and co-purchasing allowed. Washer/Dryer and pets not allowed. Read More
Designed in 1955 by the mind that created the Carlyle Hotel, 35 Park Avenue is a tasteful colossus. Marrying an enormous marble lobby with a discreet white brick exterior, it calls for a tactful kind of luxury. From here, you can breathe in all New York has to offer- quietly.