1235 Park Avenue was built in 1927. It was designed by Gronenberg & Lechtag, who also created 1230 Park Avenue. This building is one of the few Park Avenue condos and probably the one with the least expensive apartments.
The best part about 1235 Park Avenue apartments is that you get the vintage aesthetic without the cramped, confusing layouts. Most homes include two bedrooms and a varying number of bathrooms. Many of the units are classic six layouts with formal living and dining areas along with maids quarters. Apartments in this building feature coveted traits like foyers, beamed ceilings, fireplaces and oversized windows that allow for a lot of natural light from the west. This building also contains two penthouses with wrap-around terraces. Pets are permitted.
Built in a neo-Renaissance style, 1235 Park Avenue features arched windows and decorative cornice. The canopied entrance with sidewalk landscaping provides an inviting facade to this already appealing building. Residents enjoy a lovely building with full-service staff, including doorman, concierge, and live-in super. One of the few draw backs of the facade is protruding air-conditioners sticking out of the windows.
1235 Park Avenue is located in the Carnegie Hill neighborhood near some coveted community features, such as museums, fine schools, shops, and restaurants. Gourmet Garage is right across the street for those look to grab a quick bite. Mt. Sinai Hospital is also close by. Residents at 1235 Park also have easy access to various forms of transportation, including the cross-town bus service, nearby subway station, and the FDR drive north and south.
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