Move right in to this beautifully appointed home perched high up on the 19th floor at 7 Park Avenue. All of the prewar detail has been restored in this residence. From the beamed ceilings right down to the beautiful finished oak flooring. Enjoy tons of light and open views west to the Empire State Building and north to the Chrysler ...
Building. Every room has a window.
There are three very large closets each customized with California Closets including hanging space, drawers and shelves.
The "L" shaped windowed kitchen has an abundance of cabinetry and counter space and lovely open city views to the north.
No expense has been spared in renovating this elegant bathroom featuring Porcelanosa floor and wall tiling, Robern sink, vanity and medicine cabinet, soaking tub and radiant heat floors.
Financially owning this home is attractive - laid out as a one bedroom the share allocation is that of an alcove studio. Consequently the maintenance for this apartment when compared to one bedrooms in significantly less.
7 Park Avenue is a prewar cooperative conveniently located at the corner of 34th Street and Park Avenue near offices, shops and theaters of Midtown Manhattan and the flourishing tech, restaurant and hotel scenes in NoMad and the Flat Iron. Designed by Emory Roth in 1928 the building has all the grandeur evocative of this period. This cooperative offers white glove amenities including a full-time doorman, resident superintendent, large staff, adjacent parking garage, laundry room, bike room and beautifully landscaped roof terrace with breathtaking panoramic city views. Read More
The Seven Park Avenue is a bridge through time. Built between 1928 and 1953, its wooden panelling and marble lobby give residents the opportunity to relive the historical beauty of a long-gone New York with all the renovated and modern luxuries of 21st century Manhattan lifestyle.