Possibilities abound in this expansive prewar condominium ideally located in one of Park Avenues most sought after buildings. Replete with period details this gracious, 1000 square foot plus, convertible two bedroom home features grandly scaled rooms, nearly 10 foot high beamed ceilings, original hardwood floors and built-ins throughout.
A generous entrance hall meanders past the formal dining room, ...
windowed kitchen and spacious bedroom before leading to the elegant Park Avenue facing living room. This grand space, ideal for both intimate gatherings and large scale entertaining, features a wood burning fireplace and a beautiful floor to ceiling Juliette window framing sublime views of both Park Avenue and the Empire State Building beyond. The spacious separate dining room can be converted into a home-office/ second bedroom or combined with the existing kitchen to create a large, open plan, space.
Comprised of grand, light filled, rooms apartment 9A offers the rare opportunity to customize a high floor A line in one of Manhattans most coveted buildings.
Built in 1924 The Griffon is a rare prewar condominium offering white glove service, a planted roof garden and a resident superintendent. There is a 243.72 assessment currently in place. Read More
Built in 1925, the Griffon is one of the closest residences to Grand Central Station. It is 15-stories tall and features 127 units. The one, two and three bedroom apartments all have wood burning fireplaces and high-beamed ceilings. The Griffon also boasts a rooftop deck from which residents can view the city and landmarks such as the Chrysler Building and Empire State Building.