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About 715 Park Ave New York, NY 10021
This oversized, sun flooded one bedroom apartment with a large terrace and real dining room has it ALL!
The wide terrace is the length of the living room and faces East and South over the Upper Eastside Historic District.
A brand new renovation has just been completed. The large dining area is adjacent to the living room with two windows facing south that leads into the exquisite, windowed new cooks kitchen with high end stainless appliances. Custom cabinetry has been installed with stone counters and floors. There are lovely built- ins in the living room for books and storage. Five closets provide ample space for clothing. There are hardwood floors throughout the apartment. The buildings location on Park Avenue between 69th and 70th Streets is close to the Asia Society, the Met Breuer and the Frick Museum. In addition it is walking distance to Central Park, public transportation and 4 star restaurants and world class boutiques on Madison Avenue. The small condominium building was designed by the prominent architect Emery Roth & Sons. It is a discreet building and has a full time doorman and staff. The lobby has been beautifully renovated. Rarely do rentals come on the market of this caliber. The apartment is available immediately. Dogs weighing over 25 lbs are not permitted.
Does the Big Apple have you daydreaming of luxury high-rises, city streets that never sleep, and world-renowned restaurants?
Well, you’re in luck! New York has all of those things, including 24-hour takeout. With its impressive skyline, bright lights, luxury fashion, plus gourmet and late-night dining options, you’re going to need more than a New York minute to discover it all. To be frank, you might need many, many minutes (perhaps days!).
Native New Yorkers know food. The city is known for its famous Manhattan clam chowder, New York-style pizza, cheesecake, and bagels. Award-winning restaurants can be found all around the city – and you bet there’s a Starbucks on every block.
Iconic destinations like Central Park, the Statue of Liberty, Rockefeller Center, and Times Square make New York, well, New York. Residents enjoy seeing a Broadway show in the Theater District, which has over 40 stages and playhouses encompassing it.