Located in one of Murray Hill's premier Pre-War co-op buildings, this one bedroom home offers a highly desirable Park Avenue address. A generous foyer leads into an incredibly spacious living room with two exposures (north and west) overlooking the quiet gardens in back of building. Renovated windowed kitchen features custom cabinets, granite countertop, and stainless steel appliances. Stylishly renovated bathroom. ...
The large corner master bedroom has huge walk in closet. Distinctive Pre-war charm with beamed ceilings, herringbone hardwood floors, and high ceilings complete this apartment. Lots of closets throughout.
50 Park Avenue is a full service, pet friendly co-op just steps from the 4,5, and 6 trains. Along with Grand Central, you have a plethora of transportation options at your disposal. The building features a stunning roof deck with views of the Empire State Building and Chrysler Building. Also in the building are laundry, private storage, bike storage and live-in super. Assessment of $207/mo through March 2017. Read More
Built in 1940, one of New York’s respected prewar architects, George Pelham Jr., designed this handsome building. It was originally an apartment building but was converted to a co-op in 1972. It features 120 one and two bedroom apartments, although some have been combined to make large residences. The rooftop garden affords great views of many of New York’s landmarks.