784 Park Avenue was built in 1930 by the renowned Emery Roth who teamed up with McKim for this project. This building is incredibly desirable because of its prime location among a string of beautiful Park Avenue buildings.
784 Park Avenue’s apartments tend to range between one to three bedrooms, though duplex apartments and a penthouse is also available. Many of these homes possess many pre-war architectural details, such as wood-burning fireplaces, formal dining rooms, and high ceilings. Apartments on the upper floors have terraces where you can sit and enjoy picturesque views of Park Avenue. Washer and dryer hookups can be found in most apartments. This building also allows pets.
This dignified pre-war building sports elegant beige brick with a limestone base. The entrance welcomes residents and guests with a canopied entrance and sidewalk landscaping, but also hints at its exclusivity with a revolving door. 784 Park Avenue offers a number of fantastic amenities, including private storage, laundry room, and a gym.
784 Park Avenue is located in a gorgeous area of Lenox Hill, in proximity to a number of other beautiful buildings and desirable city landmarks. Residents of this building have easy access to Museum Mile, particularly the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Asia Society. Enjoy the great retail options on Madison Avenue, such as Tom Ford and the Christian Louboutin store. There are some fine schools nearby, as well as a cross-town bus service and subway station on Lexington.
If you’re interested in renting or buying a home in 784 Park Avenue call us at (646) 568 – 7175, and one of our agents would be happy to tell you about apartments for sale in this building along with similar apartments in the neighborhood.