Built in 1930, this elegant 19-story cooperative building was designed by Emery Roth. The beige-brick residence has a classic revolving door entry and a spacious, vaulted lobby, and its 58 apartments feature wood-burning fireplaces, formal dining rooms, oversized bedrooms and high ceilings; some offer terraces. Amenities at this pet-friendly pre-war co-op include a full-time doorman, private storage, laundry facilities, a fitness center and a bicycle room. The building's prime Park Avenue location makes it a neighbor to some of the avenue's most glamorous residences as well as boutiques and department stores along Madison Avenue, art galleries and restaurants, museums and the Frick Collection just a few blocks to the west.
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