Constructed in 1922 and designed by Schwartz & Gross, one of the more prolific architectural firms during the prewar period, 67 Park is a handsome building located near Grand Central Station and the Morgan Library. Many of its units feature fireplaces and high-beamed ceilings.
Schwarts & Gross
Simon I. Schwartz and Arthur Gross had one of the most productive partnerships in Manhattan architecture in the first half of the twentieth century. 25 buildings on West End Avenue alone bear their firm's name, though their most recognizable contribution to the city skyline may be 55 Central Park West, more colloquially known as the "Ghostbusters Building."