Built in 1930 by Rosario Candela and Arthur Loomis Haron, who helped build the Empire State Building, 740 Park Avenue stands 19 stories tall and is located on the North West corner of 71st and Park. The building is only steps away from Central Park, Madison Avenue shopping and all the Fifth Avenues most relished museums.
31 grand apartments fill this limestone building. However, it’s not enough to call them apartments because they are so much more extravagant than that. While the building itself retains a classic pre-war exterior, the interiors are infused with grandeur that includes private elevator landings, high ceilings, vast amount of gallery space, libraries with wood-burning fireplaces and tremendous dining rooms. Each apartment is spacious and inviting, making it the perfect luxury for the most exclusive New Yorkers.
This building is rumored to be one of the most difficult coops to get approved by. To apply for a co-op apartment in a building such as this, it is highly recommended to have a realtor that knows the ins and outs of applying. Call 646.568.7175 to be referred to a realtor that is familiar with this building’s application process.
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