530 Park Avenue
530 Park Avenue
530 Park Avenue is a singular opportunity to live on one of the world’s most coveted boulevards, just steps from Central Park, luxurious shopping, Michelin-starred restaurants, exclusive private schools and renowned cultural institutions. It is a two-story limestone building and is notable for its two piers of curved glass bay windows flanking Juliet balconies above its entrance on the avenue. Throughout New York’s history, Park Avenue has been synonymous with elegant Manhattan living. This exceptional prewar condominium features classic interiors, from custom cabinetry and gourmet kitchens to marble baths and herringbone hardwood floors. It is also adjacent to the beautiful Christ Church United Methodist.
The building is also known as 48-60 East 61st Street and has a new entrance marquee and a grand double-height ribbed limestone entrance rotunda with Nordic Gray and Cold Spring granite floor and ebonized wood concierge desk with granite top. There is a sitting room overlooking the garden and antique fountain and a media center and a dark wood paneled library with billiard table.
The first floor also contains a catering kitchen. Room service is by Sant Ambroeus, the Milanese restaurant on Madison Avenue that has opened a branch in the nearby Regency Hotel and has superb cappuchinos.
The building also has 24-hour doorman/concierge, a fitness center, a children’s playroom, a library with billiard table, sitting rooms and a landscaped courtyard with French garden with a handsome black tile reflecting pool designed by Town & Gardens Ltd, with gravel walkways, blue stone pavers and privacy wall of English Ivy with red maple trees.530 Park Avenue presents a rare opportunity to own a new condominium residence on this historic avenue. It also has bicycle storage, storage, and a laundry.
This 19-story, white-brick apartment building at 530 Park Avenue on the southwest corner at 61st Street next to the Regency Hotel was erected in 1940 and designed by George F. Pelham Jr., who also designed 41, 50, 785, 1130 and 1150 Park Avenue and 1056 Fifth Avenue.
Neighborhood : Upper East Side
Once known as the Silk Stocking District, it is one of the most affluent neighborhoods in New York City. The area was defined by the attractions of the bluff overlooking the East River, which ran without interruption from James William Beekman's "Mount Pleasant", north of the marshy squalor of Turtle Bay, to Gracie Mansion. Read more…
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